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Official Volleyball Rules 2017 2020, Published by FIVB in 2016 www fivb org. Design and layout Samuel Chesaux, Illustrations FIVB 2014. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES, Approved by the 35th FIVB Congress 2016. To be implemented in all competitions beginning after 1st January 2017. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2017 2020 1, GAME CHARACTERISTICS 7. PART 1 PHILOSOPHY OF RULES AND REFEREEING 8, PART 2 SECTION 1 GAME 11.
CHAPTER 1 FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 12, 1 PLAYING AREA 12. 1 1 DIMENSIONS 12, 1 2 PLAYING SURFACE 12, 1 3 LINES ON THE COURT 13. 1 4 ZONES AND AREAS 13, 1 5 TEMPERATURE 14, 1 6 LIGHTING 14. 2 NET AND POSTS 14, 2 1 HEIGHT OF THE NET 14, 2 2 STRUCTURE 15. 2 3 SIDE BANDS 15, 2 4 ANTENNAE 15, 2 5 POSTS 15, 2 6 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 16.
3 BALLS 16, 3 1 STANDARDS 16, 3 2 UNIFORMITY OF BALLS 16. 3 3 FIVE BALL SYSTEM 16, CHAPTER 2 PARTICIPANTS 17. 4 TEAMS 17, 4 1 TEAM COMPOSITION 17, 4 2 LOCATION OF THE TEAM 18. 4 3 EQUIPMENT 18, 4 4 CHANGE OF EQUIPMENT 19, 4 5 FORBIDDEN OBJECTS 19. 5 TEAM LEADERS 19, 5 1 CAPTAIN 19, 5 2 COACH 20, 5 3 ASSISTANT COACH 21.
CHAPTER 3 PLAYING FORMAT 22, 6 TO SCORE A POINT TO WIN A SET AND THE MATCH 22. 6 1 TO SCORE A POINT 22, 6 2 TO WIN A SET 22, 6 3 TO WIN THE MATCH 23. 6 4 DEFAULT AND INCOMPLETE TEAM 23, 7 STRUCTURE OF PLAY 23. 7 1 THE TOSS 23, 7 2 OFFICIAL WARM UP SESSION 23, 7 3 TEAM STARTING LINE UP 24. 7 4 POSITIONS 25, 7 5 POSITIONAL FAULT 25, 7 6 ROTATION 26.
7 7 ROTATIONAL FAULT 26, CHAPTER 4 PLAYING ACTIONS 27. 8 STATES OF PLAY 27, 8 1 BALL IN PLAY 27, 8 2 BALL OUT OF PLAY 27. 8 3 BALL IN 27, 8 4 BALL OUT 27, 9 PLAYING THE BALL 28. 9 1 TEAM HITS 28, 9 2 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HIT 28. 9 3 FAULTS IN PLAYING THE BALL 29, 10 BALL AT THE NET 29.
10 1 BALL CROSSING THE NET 29, 10 2 BALL TOUCHING THE NET 30. 10 3 BALL IN THE NET 30, 11 PLAYER AT THE NET 30, 11 1 REACHING BEYOND THE NET 30. 11 2 PENETRATION UNDER THE NET 30, 11 3 CONTACT WITH THE NET 31. 11 4 PLAYER S FAULTS AT THE NET 31, 12 SERVICE 31, 12 1 FIRST SERVICE IN A SET 31. 12 2 SERVICE ORDER 32, 12 3 AUTHORIZATION OF THE SERVICE 32.
12 4 EXECUTION OF THE SERVICE 32, OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2017 2020 3. 12 5 SCREENING 32, 12 6 FAULTS MADE DURING THE SERVICE 33. 12 7 SERVING FAULTS AND POSITIONAL FAULTS 33, 13 ATTACK HIT 33. 13 1 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ATTACK HIT 33, 13 2 RESTRICTIONS OF THE ATTACK HIT 33. 13 3 FAULTS OF THE ATTACK HIT 34, 14 BLOCK 34, 14 1 BLOCKING 34.
14 2 BLOCK CONTACT 35, 14 3 BLOCKING WITHIN THE OPPONENT S SPACE 35. 14 4 BLOCK AND TEAM HITS 35, 14 5 BLOCKING THE SERVICE 35. 14 6 BLOCKING FAULTS 35, CHAPTER 5 INTERRUPTIONS DELAYS AND INTERVALS 36. 15 INTERRUPTIONS 36, 15 1 NUMBER OF REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS 36. 15 2 SEQUENCE OF REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS 36, 15 3 REQUEST FOR REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS 36.
15 4 TIME OUTS AND TECHNICAL TIME OUTS 37, 15 5 SUBSTITUTION 37. 15 6 LIMITATION OF SUBSTITUTIONS 37, 15 7 EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTION 37. 15 8 SUBSTITUTION FOR EXPULSION OR DISQUALIFICATION 38. 15 9 ILLEGAL SUBSTITUTION 38, 15 10 SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURE 38. 15 11 IMPROPER REQUESTS 39, 16 GAME DELAYS 39, 16 1 TYPES OF DELAYS 39. 16 2 DELAY SANCTIONS 40, 17 EXCEPTIONAL GAME INTERRUPTIONS 40.
17 1 INJURY ILLNESS 40, 17 2 EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE 40. 17 3 PROLONGED INTERRUPTIONS 40, 18 INTERVALS AND CHANGE OF COURTS 41. 18 1 INTERVALS 41, 18 2 CHANGE OF COURTS 41, CHAPTER 6 THE LIBERO PLAYER 42. 19 THE LIBERO PLAYER 42, 19 1 DESIGNATION OF THE LIBERO 42. 19 2 EQUIPMENT 42, 19 3 ACTIONS INVOLVING THE LIBERO 42.
19 4 RE DESIGNATION OF A NEW LIBERO 44, 19 5 SUMMARY 45. CHAPTER 7 PARTICIPANTS CONDUCT 46, 20 REQUIREMENTS OF CONDUCT 46. 20 1 SPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT 46, 20 2 FAIR PLAY 46, 21 MISCONDUCT AND ITS SANCTIONS 46. 21 1 MINOR MISCONDUCT 46, 21 2 MISCONDUCT LEADING TO SANCTIONS 47. 21 3 SANCTION SCALE 47, 21 4 APPLICATION OF MISCONDUCT SANCTIONS 48.
21 5 MISCONDUCT BEFORE AND BETWEEN SETS 48, 21 6 SUMMARY OF MISCONDUCT AND CARDS USED 48. PART 2 SECTION 2 THE REFEREES THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS 49. CHAPTER 8 REFEREES 50, 22 REFEREEING CORPS AND PROCEDURES 50. 22 1 COMPOSITION 50, 22 2 PROCEDURES 50, 23 1st REFEREE 51. 23 1 LOCATION 51, 23 2 AUTHORITY 51, 23 3 RESPONSIBILITIES 52. 24 2nd REFEREE 53, 24 1 LOCATION 53, 24 2 AUTHORITY 53.
24 3 RESPONSIBILITIES 54, 25 SCORER 55, 25 1 LOCATION 55. 25 2 RESPONSIBILITIES 55, OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2017 2020 5. 26 ASSISTANT SCORER 56, 26 1 LOCATION 56, 26 2 RESPONSIBILITIES 56. 27 LINE JUDGES 57, 27 1 LOCATION 57, 27 2 RESPONSIBILITIES 57. 28 OFFICIAL SIGNALS 58, 28 1 REFEREES HAND SIGNALS 58.
28 2 LINE JUDGES FLAG SIGNALS 58, PART 2 SECTION 3 DIAGRAMS 59. D1a COMPETITION CONTROL AREA 60, D1b THE PLAYING AREA 61. D2 THE PLAYING COURT 62, D3 DESIGN OF THE NET 63, D4 POSITION OF PLAYERS 64. D5a BALL CROSSING THE VERTICAL PLANE OF THE NET TO THE OPPONENT COURT 65. D5b BALL CROSSING THE VERTICAL PLANE TO THE OPPONENT FREE ZONE 66. D6 COLLECTIVE SCREEN 67, D7 COMPLETED BLOCK 67, D8 BACK ROW PLAYER S ATTACK 68. D9 WARNINGS AND SANCTIONS SCALES AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES 69. D9a MISCONDUCT WARNINGS AND SANCTIONS 69, D9b DELAY WARNINGS AND SANCTIONS 69.
D10 LOCATION OF THE REFEREEING CORPS AND THEIR ASSISTANTS 70. D11 REFEREES OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS 71 77, D12 LINE JUDGES OFFICIAL FLAG SIGNALS 78 79. PART 3 DEFINITIONS 80, GAME CHARACTERISTICS, Volleyball is a sport played by two teams on a playing court. divided by a net There are different versions available for specific. circumstances in order to offer the versatility of the game to. The object of the game is to send the ball over the net in order to. ground it on the opponent s court and to prevent the same effort. by the opponent The team has three hits for returning the ball in. addition to the block contact, The ball is put in play with a service hit by the server over the net. to the opponents The rally continues until the ball is grounded on. the playing court goes out or a team fails to return it properly. In Volleyball the team winning a rally scores a point Rally Point. System When the receiving team wins a rally it gains a point and. the right to serve and its players rotate one position clockwise. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2017 2020 7, PHILOSOPHY OF RULES. AND REFEREEING, PART 1 PHILOSOPHY OF RULES AND REFEREEING.
INTRODUCTION, Volleyball is one of the most successful and popular competitive and recreational sports in the. world It is fast it is exciting and the action is explosive Yet Volleyball comprises several crucial. overlapping elements whose complimentary interactions render it unique amongst rally games. Service Rotation, Jumping Power, Attack TEAM GAME Defense. In recent years the FIVB has made great strides in adapting the game to a modern audience. This text is aimed at a broad Volleyball public players coaches referees spectators commentators. for the following reasons, understanding the rules better allows better play coaches can create better team structure and. tactics allowing players full rein to display their skills. understanding the relationship between rules allows officials to make better decisions. This introduction at first focuses on Volleyball as a competitive sport before setting out to identify. the main qualities required for successful refereeing. VOLLEYBALL IS A COMPETITIVE SPORT, Competition taps latent strengths It exhibits the best of ability spirit creativity and aesthetics. The rules are structured to allow all of these qualities With a few exceptions Volleyball allows. all players to operate both at the net in attack and in the back of the court to defend or serve. William Morgan the game s creator would still recognize it because Volleyball has retained certain. distinctive and essential elements over the years Some of these it shares with other net ball. racquet games, Rotation taking turns to serve, Volleyball is however unique amongst net games in insisting that the ball is in constant flight.
a flying ball and by allowing each team a degree of internal passing before the ball must be. returned to the opponents, OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2017 2020 9. The introduction of a specialist defensive player the Libero has moved the game forward in. terms of rally length and multi phase play Modifications to the service rule have changed the act. of service from simply a means of putting the ball in play to an offensive weapon. The concept of rotation is entrenched to allow for all round athletes The rules on player positions. must permit teams to have flexibility and to create interesting developments in tactics. Competitors use this framework to contest techniques tactics and power The framework also. allows players a freedom of expression to enthuse spectators and viewers. And the image of Volleyball is increasingly a good one. THE REFEREE WITHIN THIS FRAMEWORK, The essence of a good official lies in the concept of fairness and consistency. to be fair to every participant, to be viewed as fair by the spectators. This demands a huge element of trust the referee must be trusted to allow the players to entertain. by being accurate in his her judgement, by understanding why the rule is written. by being an efficient organizer, by allowing the competition to flow and by directing it to a conclusion.
by being an educator using the rules to penalise the unfair or admonish the impolite. by promoting the game that is by allowing the spectacular elements in the game to shine. and the best players to do what they do best entertain the public. Finally we can say that a good referee will use the rules to make the competition a fulfilling. experience for all concerned, To those who have read thus far view the rules which follow as the current state of development of a. great game but keep in mind why these preceding few paragraphs may be of equal importance to you. in your own position within the sport, Get involved. Keep the ball flying, SECTION 1 GAME, OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2017 2020 11. FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT, 1 PLAYING AREA, The playing area includes the playing court and the free zone It shall be 1 1 D1a D1b. rectangular and symmetrical, 1 1 DIMENSIONS D2, The playing court is a rectangle measuring 18 x 9 m surrounded by a.
free zone which is a minimum of 3 m wide on all sides. The free playing space is the space above the playing area which is free. from any obstructions The free playing space shall measure a minimum. of 7 m in height from the playing surface, For FIVB World and Official Competitions the free zone shall. measure 5 m from the side lines and 6 5 m from the end lines The. free playing space shall measure a minimum of 12 5 m in height. from the playing surface, 1 2 PLAYING SURFACE, 1 2 1 The surface must be flat horizontal and uniform It must not present. any danger of injury to the players It is forbidden to play on rough or. slippery surfaces, For FIVB World and Official Competitions only a wooden or. synthetic surface is allowed Any surface must be previously. approved by the FIVB, 1 2 2 On indoor courts the surface of the playing court must be of a light. For FIVB World and Official Competitions white colours are 1 1 1 3. required for the lines Other colours different from each other. are required for the playing court and the free zone. 1 2 3 On outdoor courts a slope of 5 mm per metre is allowed for drainage 1 3. Court lines made of solid materials are forbidden, PART 2 SECTION 1 GAME.
1 3 LINES ON THE COURT D2, 1 3 1 All lines are 5 cm wide They must be of a light colour which is different 1 2 2. from the colour of the floor and from any other lines. 1 3 2 Boundary lines, Two side lines and two end lines mark the playing court Both side lines 1 1. and end lines are drawn inside the dimensions of the playing court. 1 3 3 Centre line, The axis of the centre line divides the playing court into two equal D2. courts measuring 9 x 9 m each however the entire width of the line is. considered to belong to both courts equally This line extends beneath. the net from side line to side line, 1 3 4 Attack line. On each court an attack line whose rear edge is drawn 3 m back from 1 3 3 1 4 1. the axis of the centre line marks the front zone, For FIVB World and Official Competitions the attack line is D2.
extended by the addition of broken lines from the side lines. with five 15 cm short lines 5 cm wide drawn 20 cm from each. other to a total length of 1 75 m The coach s restriction line a. broken line which extends from the attack line to the end line of. the court parallel to the side line and 1 75 m from it is composed. of 15 cm short lines drawn 20 cm apart to mark the limit of the. coach s area of operation, 1 4 ZONES AND AREAS D1b D2. 1 4 1 Front zone 19 3 1 4, 23 3 2 3e D2, On each court the front zone is limited by the axis of the centre line and 1 3 3 1 3 4. the rear edge of the attack line 19 3 1 4, The front zone is considered to extend beyond the side lines to the end 1 1 1 3 2. of the free zone, 1 4 2 Service zone, The service zone is a 9 m wide area behind each end line. It is laterally limited by two short lines each 15 cm long drawn 20 cm 1 3 2. VOLLEYBALL IS A COMPETITIVE SPORT Competition taps latent strengths It exhibits the best of ability spirit creativity and aesthetics The rules are structured to allow all of these qualities With a few exceptions Volleyball allows all players to operate both at the net in attack and in the back of the court to defend or serve

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