Not knowing the basic volleyball rules can be a frustrating experience whether you're a player, coach, or just a fan.
You may have stumbled upon volleyball on television. You're watching the game, the referees make a call, and you don't understand why.
Maybe you have a sudden interest in volleyball now that your daughter has made the high school volleyball team. You want to understand the rules the best you can so you can cheer her team on.
Maybe you're a player that often gets frustrated when a referee makes a call that you don't understand.
Maybe you're coaching and looking for every advantage you can get to help your team win.
Maybe you're a recreational volleyball player that is looking for that edge you need.
Whether you're a coach, athlete, parent, fan, or just a recreational player, it's a good idea to be familiar with the basic volleyball rules.
The following are some basic volleyball rules for violations.
The result of a violation is a point for the opponent.
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Second Referee Training
R2 training, learning the basics of volleyball officiating. Second referee or down ref responsibilities include calling nets, centerline violations, subs, timeouts
Top 4 Rules Every Competitive Player and Coach Should Know
Knowing the rules can often be the difference between winning and losing. Learn and use these rules to get an advantage over your opponent.
Rules and court diagrams for player alignment. Do you know which players on the court can't overlap?
Basic responsibilities for volleyball referees. The first referee (the referee on the stand) and the second referee
Officiating team is made up of referees, line judges, scorer, and assistant scorer. Volleyball officials main responsibilities are
High School Rules - Changes for 2007-2008
NFHS has some significant rule changes that involve the libero replacement, uniform, referee signals
Basic Game Rules
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Basic Terminology for Dummies
Basic volleyball terminology for understanding the game. Game, match, point, rally, volley, substitution, time-out, coach, screening
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