What is the Meaning & Definition of volleyball

(Also known as volleyball) volleyball is one of group sports most popular and elected by those who enjoy active mode both by those who witness it through the TV or games.
Volleyball is based on a ball game in which two opposing teams must score points while they must defend their field of game points that competitors can be. One of the most important characteristics of volleyball is that it plays with hands and arms, that the ball stays in great part of the game in the air, not to be taken or detained with hands or feet. It is considered that a game of volleyball has earned when a team wins three sets of 25 points each.
Volleyball is disputed in a rectangular field whose length is 18 meters long by 9 wide. This Court is segmented to half the net put in height and which serves to divide the games of each team fields. The ball must pass through the passes, jumps and scoring, always above the network so that the point is valid. Remove area is on the Central edge of the Court and the player must stop outside to carry out the Remove.
One of the characteristics of volleyball, which does not happen so much with other team sports, is that while each player has a more or less defined, six individuals belonging to the group must be in permanent rotation whenever it is done or cancel a point. Thereby, all go to different places on the Court, playing so different tasks and functions. Here it is important to note the role of the libero, the player who is different from others because it can enter and exit the game at any time, replacing any player. However, the libero cannot remove, block or attack.
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