Rules of Volleyball: The Rally
In the traditional game of six players vs. six players, a rally begins when one of the teams sends the ball over the net with a serve from their endline into the opponent's court and the opponent subsequently sends it back over the net on the first, second or third contact.
A rally continues when the teams are able to keep the ball from hitting the ground on their own court while sending it back and forth over the net.
Once the ball hits the floor the rally ends.
When can a team score a point?
Team A can score a point if:
What's a fault?
A fault is an error committed during a playing action. It's an action not permitted in competition as described by volleyball game rules.
The following actions are described as volleyball faults...
The traditional way of keeping score is called sideout scoring.
This was the original way of determining how a team earned their points.
The team that wins the rally
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