The required beach volleyball court dimensions for USA Volleyball and NCAA and FIVB and World doubles competition is 16m by 8m (52’6” by 26’3”). USA Volleyball and the NCAA recommended having a free space of 6m (20’) and state that adjacent courts may share free space. If adjacent courts are situated end line to end line, 9m(29’-6”) of free space is recommended.
Volleyball Lines on Diagram of Service Area Zone. In beach volleyball, there is no three meter or attack line and the sidelines and end line lines are portable synthetic cords that serve as the volleyball court marker to illuminate the court boundaries.
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This is also referred to as the 3-meter line. The area between net and attack line where front-row players are positioned is referred to as the frontcourt. The backcourt is the area between the attack line and the end line where the players in the back row stand. The service area is the space beyond either end line where a player stands while serving. Player Positioning. What are the positions in volleyball?
This is the line at the end of the court. Free Zone The free zone is the area outside the boundary lines of the court where players sometimes make plays. Centerline The centerline is the line that runs underneath the net. This line is the width of the court and divides the volleyball court into two equal halves. Net
All the lines within the volleyball court should be 5 meter in width. The color of the court lines should be white and must differ from rest of the playing area or other lines. Boundary Lines: The volleyball court is demarcated by two side lines and end lines. Both of these lines are painted within the volleyball court dimensions of the playing area.
The volleyball court consists of the following zones, lines, and markings in addition to the attack line: Centerline – beneath the net is the centreline. This line divides the court into two sides, one for each team. Baseline – this is the line at the very end of the volleyball court.
Volleyball court diagram explaining the court. Court Terminology. ANTENNA: A boundary marker that determines the boundaries of the court on the net. CENTERLINE: The centerline divides an indoor court in half. It is directly below the net. COURT: The volleyball court is an area divided into two equal halves by a net. It is 18 meters (59 feet, 0.75 inches) long and nine meters (29 feet, 6.375 inches) wide.
Boundary lines: Mark the court’s perimeter and include the end lines to mark the length, and the sidelines to mark the width, of the court. Net : The ball must be hit over a net placed approximately seven and a half feet above the ground for girls and eight feet for boys.