Volleyball Game Rules: For Scoring, Skills, Rotation and Regulations
Volleyball game rules review the regulations for basic skills, scoring and for playing actions allowed and not allowed in the game along with rotation rules.
These volleyball game rules review the regulations for basic scoring and for playing actions allowed and not allowed in the game.
Volleyball Game Rules
The net's purpose is to separate the two opposing teams and to create a barrier for the ball to cross over after being contacted a maximum of three times by each team.
The net is placed on top of the centerline and runs parallel to the end lines and perpendicular to the sidelines.
According to official volleyball game rules, the net's purpose is to separate the two opposing teams and to create a barrier for the ball to cross over after being contacted a maximum of three times by each team.
The official volleyball net height in the women's game is 7 feet 4 1/8 inches.
For the men's game the official net height is 7 feet 11 5/8 inches.
Volleyball Game Rules
Don't Touch The Net
- You cannot touch the net while the ball is in play.
Volleyball Game Rules
- If you serve the ball over the net and the ball touches the net on its way over, then bounces into the opposing team's court
a) the ball hits the floor - if it hits the floor inside the opposing team's half court then its a Point for your team. Your team gets to serve again. This is called an "ace" serve.
a) the ball hits the floor - if it hits the floor outside the opposing team's half court and none of the opposing team's players touched the ball before it hit the floor, Point for the opposing team. Opposing team gets to serve.
- If you serve the ball over the net and the ball does not touch the net on its way over, but lands outside the opposing team's half court
a) ball is out of bounds. This is called a "sideout."
Point goes to the opposing team because you served out of bounds. Opposing team gets to serve.
- If you serve the ball into the net and the ball does not cross over the net into the opposing team's half court
a) ball is out of bounds.
This is called a "sideout." Point goes to the opposing team because you served out of bounds. Ball goes to the opposing team to serve.
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Learn more from these volleyball rules pages!
Learn what is a side out, what happens during a sideout and why its called a sideout which is how your team earns the right to serve the ball and score a point
Did you know there are several ways to sideout in volleyball? Your team can sideout in a rally when you're in serve receive with a setter dump, overpass or kill
Learn how to improve volleyball skills-the pass, serve, set, hit, dig and block are the six basic volleyball techniques you learn to play on the varsity team
Whats an ace in volleyball? When you a score a direct point with a serve that hits the floor before the other team can pass play or get the ball over the net.
After you learn the 6 basic skills of volleyball you should focus on developing strong volleyball serving skills so you can score points from the service line.
What happens when you make a mistake when you are passing a ball? What type of volleyball violations can happen when receiving serve or passing?
I answer your questions about rotation in volleyball like how does rotation work? Does the libero rotate? and What positions serve in volleyball? and many others
Learn these volleyball serve rules and regulations for who, what, when where and how you can serve and when.
Learn four volleyball blocking rules, regulations and violations that you can and cannot do when you are front row performing defensive skills at the net.
These volleyball attacking rules describe what a spike is and governs how an "attack hit" which is any playing action, that is not a serve or is not a block.
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