Volleyball Libero Designation - Volleyball Rules
Each team can designate one specialized player as Libero.
The Libero must be recorded on the score sheet before the match in the special line reserved for this. The number must be recorded on the line-up sheet of the first set (game).
The liberos number must be indicated on the line-up sheet for each set.
The libero can not be team captain or game captain.
Volleyball Libero Equipment
The libero must where a uniform (or jacket for the re-designation libero) whose jersey must at least contrast in color with the rest of the team members.
The libero uniform may have a different design but must be numbered like the rest of the team members.
If a jacket is worn by the re-designated libero, the uniform number must still be visible.
Actions involving the libero Volleyball Rules
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The libero is a special defensive player on the team that is only allowed to play for back row players. Rules in volleyball allow the libero to quickly make exchanges with back row players during dead ball situations. These exchanges are different from regular subs because the libero can replace any player in the back row.
Kenda S. Lenberg. 2005-2006: USA Volleyball Domestic Competition Regulations: pp. 5254.
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