15. What If The Volleyball Crosses Under The Net? The ball is in play until it has completely passed the vertical plane of the net into the opposing side. As soon as it has made it that far, the play is whistled dead and the point awarded. So to be clear, the ball is not allowed to penetrate under the net.
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The International Federation of Volleyball allows a player to reach under the net into the opponent's area with the hands and feet only. Any other body parts are prohibited. In addition, some part the penetrating hand or foot must be in contact with the center line or be directly above it.
Volleyball net rule for USAV. The following are the rules for the net contact in USA Volleyball. USAV Rule for Net Contact. Net contact isn't a fault unless the player interferes with play. The following are examples of player interference. Touching the top band of the net or top 80cm of the antenna during his/her action of playing the ball.
Notable Rules for Sitting Volleyball. In sitting volleyball, the net is about 3 feet high, and the court is 10 x 6 meters with a 2-meter attack line. The court is divided into two sides of 5m deep by 6m wide. The net height is set at a height of 1.15m for men, and 1.05m for women.
National / FIVB: minimum 3 meters, with a minimum of 5 m from the sidelines and 6.5 m from the end lines for world and official tournaments. Net Height. The official heights for the nets vary for men and women, but of course, you want to have success early on for beginner players so by all means feel free to adjust the net height.
Quoting from Rule 9 of the 2015-2016 Rules of the Game: Each team must play within its own playing area and space (except Rule 10.1.2). However, if the first hit had passed outside the antenna, then this would be a legal play, although for indoor volleyball, the player passing under the net may not touch the opponent's court. They can either go under the net between the posts and outside the opponent's court, or around outside the post.
Teams may compete with 3, 4, or 5 players in the following male/female ratios: 2 women/ 1 man, 1 woman/ 2 men, 2 women/ 2 men, 3 women/ 2 men, 2 women/ 3 men. The serving order must alternate men and women. (Exception, 2/1 and 3/2 player ratio) The net height will be co-rec height (7'8”). Revised 8/30/2017.
Attack Line: A line 3 meters (10 feet) away from, and parallel to, the net. Separates the front-row players from the back row players. Separates the front-row players from the back row players. A back row player cannot legally attack the ball above the net unless he takes off from behind the attack line.