Volleyball, game played by two teams, usually of six players on a side, in which the players use their hands to bat a ball back and forth over a high net, trying to make the ball touch the court within the opponents’ playing area before it can be returned. To prevent this a player on the opposing team bats the ball up and toward a teammate before it touches the court surface—that teammate may then volley it back across the net or bat it to a third teammate who volleys it across the net.
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Main article: Volleyball (ball) FIVB regulations state that the ball must be spherical, made of leather or synthetic leather, have a circumference of 65–67 cm (26–26 in), a weight of 260–280 g (9.2–9.9 oz) and an interior air pressure of 0.30–0.325 kg/cm 2 0.30–0.325 kg/cm 2 (4.27–4.62 psi).
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To begin a rally, six players per team must be on the court Three players are front-row players and occupy position Nos 4 (left player), 3 (middle player) and 2 (right player) The other three are back-row players, occupying position Nos 5 (left player), 6 (middle player) and 1 (right player) . 10.2.2 Rotation.
Rotating in Volleyball Each time a team sides out, all six players on that team rotate one position clockwise around the court. Each player must be in these court positions at the beginning of each rally when the ball is served.
This introduction at first focuses on Volleyball as a competitive sport, before setting out to identify the main qualities required for successful refereeing. VOLLEYBALL IS A COMPETITIVE SPORT Competition taps latent strengths. It exhibits the best of ability, spirit, creativity and aesthetics. The rules are structured to allow all of these qualities. With a few exceptions, Volleyball allows
With standing or jump hitting, one would contact the ball with the center of their palm as fast as they could sending the ball across the end. In the end, getting three contacts, bump, set, spike or pass, set, hit. Volleyball requires a minimum of equipment and space and can be played indoors or outdoors.
How do volleyball rotations work? What players are on the court? Where can they stand? What are the rules about rotations? We'll answer those questions and m...
In general, teams must have at least 6 players to start the match, and at least 6 eligible players (substitution players, or “subs”) to play the match. There are 6 players on court for each team during the match. In FIVB rules, a team may have up to 14 players in total.