Volleyball Court

Volleyball courts (indoor) are flat and horizontal playing surfaces sized for the game of volleyball. Volleyball courts are regulated at 59’ | 18 m in length with a width of 29’ 6” | 9 m. Attack lines dividing the front and back rows are marked 9’10” (10’) | 3 m parallel to the net. Free zones at a minimum of 9’10” | 3 m are required around the entirety of the court with generous clearances up to 16’5” | 5 m on the sides and 21’4” | 6.5 m in the back. Indoor volleyball court surfaces are required to be made of resilient wood flooring or poured with a synthetic urethane.

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Dimensioned drawing of a regulation volleyball court illustrating measurements and sizes of play

Volleyball courts (indoor) are flat and horizontal playing surfaces sized for the game of volleyball. Volleyball courts are regulated at 59’ | 18 m in length with a width of 29’ 6” | 9 m. Attack lines dividing the front and back rows are marked 9’10” (10’) | 3 m parallel to the net. Free zones at a minimum of 9’10” | 3 m are required around the entirety of the court with generous clearances up to 16’5” | 5 m on the sides and 21’4” | 6.5 m in the back. Indoor volleyball court surfaces are required to be made of resilient wood flooring or poured with a synthetic urethane.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
Who invented volleyball?
Volleyball was invented by William G. Morgan in 1895 as a game that conceptually combined various aspects of tennis, badminton, basketball, baseball, and handball. The original name for volleyball was ‘mintonette’ which was a spin-off of the name badminton.
How many players are on a volleyball team?

Volleyball teams consist of six players on the court at any one time with a maximum of twelve total players listed on the roster. Beach volleyball is played with teams of two.
How long is a volleyball game?
The average volleyball game lasts between 60-90 minutes with each individual game lasting roughly 20-25 minutes. Volleyball is not timed and a game is only completed when a team has won three games out of five possible games.

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Length: 59’ | 18 m
Width: 29’6” | 9 m
Attack Line: 9’10” (10’) | 3 m from net
Playing Area: 1,743 ft2 | 161 m2
Free Zone | Clearance (Back): 9’10”-21’4” | 3-6.5 m
Free Zone | Clearance (Side): 9’10”-16’5” | 3-5 m
Area with Clearances (Minimum): 3,875 ft2 | 360 m2
Area with Clearances (Large):
6,340 ft2 | 589 m2
Material (Indoor): Wood, synthetic urethane, rubber, vinyl

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