Facts about Volleyball

In this page you will find the rules and examples on how to playa specific sport.

How to Play

These are the three steps on how to serve the ball in order to make it over the net to get a full play in the game.
This picture shows the basic bumping ,setting ,and spiking. This helps you pass the ball to your team mate soo that they can either spike or set it over the net. Usually you want to get a bump set hit to get ball over. 

Court Charts

                  This chart shows the six rotation positions in the game of volleyball. 
The chart above shows how the volleyball court looks like and basically shows the players there spots kind of like a game plan.

Volleyball Rules


PLAYING AREA

    INDOOR - FIVB, USAV

       Indoor courts are 18 m x 9m (59' .6614"   x   29' 6.3307") 

       Indoor courts also include an attack area designated by a line 3 m (9' 10") back from the center line. Lines on the court are 5cm (2" wide).

    NET HEIGHT

      FIVB, USAV, AVP, CBVA

      The height of the net shall be 2.43 m (7’ 11 5/8”) for men and 2.24 m (7’ 4 1/8”) for women.

      The net height is measured from the center of the playing court with a measuring device. 

      The two ends of the net (over the sidelines) must both be at the same height from the playing surface and

      must not exceed the official height by more than 2 cm (3/4").

      BALL

      Circumference: 65 to 67 cm (25.5" to 27")

      Weight: 260 to 280 grams (9 to 10 ounces)

      Inside pressure: 0.30 to 0.325 kg/cm2 (4.3 to 4.6 lbs./sq. inch)

      Twelve-and-under competition at the USAV Junior Olympic Volleyball Championships will

      be conducted using a ball with the same circumference and inside pressure, but

      with a weight of 198 to 227 grams (7 to 8 ounces).

      PLAYING THE BALL

        FIVB, USAV, AVP, CBVA
           Each team is entitled to a maximum of three hits (in addition to blocking) to return the ball.