Ninh explains the Rules of Volleyball. A beginner's explanation of Olympic Volleyball Rules.Watch this short video tutorial guide on how to play Volley ball ...
Volleyball is played on a rectangular field of 18 by 9 meters. Boundary lines mark the perimeter of the court. The end lines mark the length or the court, an...
In beach volleyball, a game is played to 21 points, with the same final round and tiebreak rule. You can find out more in our video guide to beach volleyball. Each indoor volleyball team consists of six players, whereas beach volleyball is played in teams of two. For indoor volleyball, there are a number of positions.
Under volleyball’s rules, when in expulsion, player is out for rest of the game. Any disqualification leads to the player going out of the area from where game is being played. While the match is on, the group of officials involved are: first referee, second referee, scorekeeper, and line judges.
A purely rebound sport (you can't hold the ball), volleyball is a game of constant motion. A team can touch the ball three times on its side of the net. The usual pattern is a dig (an underarm pass made with the forearms), a set (an overhead pass made with the hands) and a spike (the overhead attacking shot).
Winning the Game. To win the game you must score more points than your opponents. The best of 3 or 5 sets are generally played and the winners will be the first team to reach the required number of sets. Rules of Volleyball. Each team consist of 6 players and 6 substitutes.
The first thing you need to learn in order to play volleyball is all the different rules and regulations of volleyball. There is a maximum of 6 players on one side of the court at all times. There should be three players situated in the front row to the net and three players in the back row. The maximum number of touches per side is 3.
Here are the fundamental, must-know rules of a volleyball game: Only 6 players on the floor at any given time: 3 in the front row and 3 in the back row. Points are made on every serve for the winning team of the rally (rally-point scoring).
I read through the entire Official Beach Volleyball Rules 2017-2020 published by the FIVB to compare the rules with the indoor game. It’s 67 pages long and very similar to the manual for the indoor game.