Play volleyball by setting up the volleyball court, gathering two teams of an equal number of players, scoring points and attempting to win the game or match. These directions pertain to general volleyball, and the rules... More »

Some equipment is mandatory to play a game of volleyball, like a ball, net, poles and a clearly marked court. Other materials are optional, like knee pads, uniforms and a certified referee. More »

The volleyball equipment essential for game play includes the ball, a net and poles and markers for boundary lines. Pole pads and reinforcement cables for the net may also be used in organized play. Kneepads, moisture-wi... More »

The game of volleyball is played with two teams, each composed of six players. Members of each team attempt to score by landing a ball over a dividing net onto the opponent team's court, according to the University of Te... More »

The size of a standard volleyball court is 59.05 feet long by 29.53 feet wide. These measurements are taken on the outer lines of the court. More »

Volleyball poles, which are used to support the net on a volleyball court, stand 8 feet 4 inches above the ground. The actual poles are longer than this, approximately 10 to 16 feet, because they extend into the ground f... More »

The facility for volleyball is a volleyball court and the required equipment includes the net, the volleyball and the poles. A standard volleyball court is 30 feet by 60 feet, and the net is directly in the center of the... More »