Volleyball is played on a court, divided by a net. There are two team of six players each. Points are scored when the ball, is grounded o the opponents side of the court. Each team may touch the ball 3 times in order to set up a shot, this requires great teamwork and coordination. It also requires a high degree of tactics.
The game dates back to 1895 when it was developed as a hybrid of tennis and handball. It was intended to be less of a contact sport than basketball which was also developing around this time. The sport is now played at the summer Olympics.
There are numerous variations of the game around the world such as Footvolley. Hooverball, Throwball etc.
Volleyball Australia has a development program as part of the National Participation Framework. Within this program they have developed “Spikezone” which is a mini version of the game aimed at primary students.
Volleyball Court Size
The Court is 18 meters long and 9 meters wide and divided into two halves. The net is at a height of 2.43 meters for men’s competition and 2.24 meters for women’s competition. the safe run off distance is 3.5 metres on the side lines and 3.8 metres on the back line.
The game can be played on a hard court, synthetic grass court or even sand for beach volleyball. Multisport Concepts can construct volleyball courts on any surface and base combination to suit the clients requirements.
Adding Volleyball is another great way to improve the utilisation of your courts. It is a great addition to any Multipurpose Court – it adds fun and significantly increases participation per square metre.
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