By 1808Delaware

Columbus has added a new chapter to its athletic narrative with the debut of the Columbus Fury. This professional women’s volleyball team, part of the inaugural season of the Pro Volleyball Federation, has ignited excitement across the Midwest, marking a significant milestone in the sport’s history and the city’s sporting landscape.

It’s also a team with a strong Delaware County connection.

A Promising Start Despite Opening Setback

In a spirited display of athleticism and teamwork, the Columbus Fury opened their first season against the formidable Grand Rapids Rise. Despite the setback in straight sets (25-17, 25-23, 25-19), the Fury showcased their potential in front of an impressive crowd of over 8,000 spectators, signaling a promising future for the team and its fans. This inaugural match not only highlighted the team’s potential but also set the stage for an exciting season ahead.

Building a Legacy in Columbus

The Columbus Fury, one of seven teams in the Pro Volleyball Federation’s 2024 season, holds the distinction of being the first major women’s professional volleyball team in Columbus. With Ohio’s capital being the second most-populous city in the Midwest, this introduction adds a significant feather in the city’s sports cap. The Fury’s home games are hosted at the iconic Nationwide Arena, with practices taking place at Fieldhouse USA at Polaris Fashion Place. This strategic location offers fans easy access to witness these athletic warriors in action.

An Uprising of Athletic Prowess

The team’s ethos draws inspiration from ancient mythology, where furies were revered as formidable women of the underworld. Embracing this narrative, the Columbus Fury stands as a modern embodiment of strength, determination, and skill, stepping out of the shadows to create a legacy of their own. The team’s mission goes beyond the court; it’s about rewriting the narrative of women’s sports, proving that sacrifice and resilience lead to triumph.

Upcoming Matches and Fan Engagement

The Fury’s first home match, a much-anticipated showdown against the Omaha Supernovas, is scheduled for February 21 at Nationwide Arena. This event, promising a fusion of high-energy gameplay and fan engagement, is a must-attend for sports enthusiasts. Additionally, the team has garnered celebrity attention, with Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow and his family being part owners, adding an extra layer of excitement and support for the team.

For more information on the Columbus Fury, their schedule, and ticket purchases, visit To delve deeper into the Pro Volleyball Federation and explore the other participating teams, visit

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