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Frequently Asked Questions
A standard volleyball team consists of six players on the court at a time.
No, volleyball is typically played using hands and arms to hit the ball over the net. Players are not allowed to kick the ball
A standard volleyball net is set at a height of 7 feet 4 1/8 inches (2.24 meters) for men and 7 feet 4 1/8 inches (2.24 meters) for women.
A standard volleyball match consists of best-of-five sets. The first team to win three sets wins the match.
Yes, the ball is allowed to touch the net during play as long as it does not completely stop or come to rest on the net.
A dig is a defensive technique used to receive a spiked or hard-driven ball, preventing it from touching the ground.
No, players are not allowed to step on or cross the centerline into the opponent’s court during play.
A team is allowed a maximum of three hits (in addition to the block) to return the ball over the net.
If the ball hits the antenna, it is considered out of bounds, and the opposing team wins the point.
Yes, a back-row player can spike the ball from behind the attack line as long as they jump from behind the line.
The mercy rule in softball is a rule that ends a game if one team is ahead by a certain number of runs after a certain number of innings. The exact mercy rule can vary depending on the league or tournament rules.
The duration of a volleyball game can vary depending on the level of play, but typically, matches last around 1 to 2 hours.
Yes, a player is allowed to reach over the net to block a ball as long as they do not interfere with the opponent’s play.
In most cases, players use an open hand to hit the ball, but a closed fist is allowed for certain defensive actions, such as a block.
No, players are not allowed to touch the net during play, except for incidental contact that does not affect the game.
In most volleyball formats, teams are allowed a limited number of substitutions per set, usually six or fewer.