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What are the dimensions of a beach volleyball court?

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The Fédération Internationale de Volleyball, which is the international governing body for the sport of volleyball, including beach volleyball, mandates that a beach volleyball court must be a rectangle measuring 16 meters by 8 meters. This rectangle must be surrounded by a free zone at least 3 meters wide on all sides.

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In the United States, the National Collegiate Athletic Association and American Volleyball Coaches Association also use the international standard court dimensions of 16 meters by 8 meters for sand volleyball. They also require that the free zone be 5 to 6 meters on each side. For four- and six-person team volleyball, the court must be 18 meters by 9 meters.

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