QUAD VOLLEYBALL RULES: PLAYING AREA DIMENSIONS-The playing area consists of a rectangular playing court measuring 59' x 29'6" and a surrounding free zone which is a minimum 9'10" wide. PLAYING SURFACE-The surface of the playing area must be as flat and uniform as possible, free of rocks, sprinkler heads and any other objects which may cause injury.
First contact on a serve:The rules are generally the same as First Contact, but there is no hard-driven ball rule. It must be clean. *** Our league uses a variation, where we do NOT allow the first ball over on a serve to be "Set", it MUST be bumped. Blocking:A block in quads DOES NOT count as a team's first hit.
Gender Play Rule: if a ball is hit 1+ time (s) on a side, a girl must touch the ball at least 1 of the times before it goes back over the net. Reverse Quads vs regular Quads. A "regular" quads league means there are simply just 4 players on the court. The rest of the rules are exactly the same as the 6s league plays.
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.
Courtesy rules do no apply, serve to whomever you want. Let serves are not allowed (point goes to the receiving team) for 2s teams. QUADS TEAMS. 1 female minimum on the court at all times. Teams can have up to 6 players on the roster, but only 4 on the court at a time (the other 2 players can rotate in as usual). No female hit rule.
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4-on-4 Sand Volleyball Rules. Rule 1: Facility | Rule 2: Player Eligibility | Rule 3: Team Composition | Rule 4: Equipment | Rule 5: Ground Rules |. Rule 6: Match Time and Length | Rainout Line Information. Recent rule changes appear in italicized font.
Some of the main differences in rules for recreational coed volleyball are related to the height of the net, where on the court men are allowed to hit from, blocking rules, the requirement of having a minimum number of female players on the court, and playing positions (referred to as reverse coed or reverse sixes).
The free playing space shall measure a minimum of 7 m in height from the playing surface. 1.1.2For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the free zone is a minimum of 5 m and a maximum of 6 m from the end lines/side lines. The free playing space shall measure a minimum of 12.5 m in height from the playing surface.