What is the official size of a volleyball court?

Answer A volleyball court must be rectangular and measure 59 feet by 29.6 feet. Additionally, the court must be surrounded by a "free zone" measuring at least 9 feet, 10 inches on each side of the court. ... Read More »

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How long is an official volleyball net&court?

According to the USA Volleyball Rule Book, the playing court on a volleyball court is 59 feet long and is surrounded by a free zone which is nine feet, 10 inches wide on all sides. The net is 31 fe... Read More »

What is the official size of a volleyball?

The official volleyball rules for 2009 to 2012, adopted by the 31st Federation Internationale de Volleyball Congress, state that a regulation volleyball has a circumference of 65 to 67 cm and a wei... Read More »

What is the size of an outside volleyball court?

A regulation outdoor volleyball court requires an area 80 feet long and 50 feet wide (4,000 square feet), including the 10 feet of clearance that must surround the court on each side. The regulatio... Read More »

What is the average size of a volleyball court?

The official dimensions of a volleyball court are 18 meters (59 feet) long and 9 meters (29 1/2 feet) wide. The free zone around the court needs to be a minimum of 2 meters for U.S. competitions a... Read More »