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1 Co-Ed Recreational Volleyball League Rules 2013 Rules Rule Highlights The following rule highlights are emphasized here because some people find them surprising. 1. All games will be rally scoring. This means that every serve results in a point for the team that won the rally, regardless of who served. 2. Each game is to be played to 25 points but must be won by at least two points. However, the first team to 28 wins, regardless of the score. This rule is not negotiable by the team captains. Examples: o 25-23: team A wins o 25-24: continue playing o 26-24: team A wins o 27-26: continue playing o 28-27: team A wins 3. Serving is permitted from anywhere behind the back line. A player may not, however, serve from beyond the sides of the court. 4. Serves which hit the net are still good. 5. A player may hit the ball with any part of his/her body (including the feet). Also, do not kick the ball for any reason outside of game play. This can permanently warp the ball, and also might injure someone. 6. A player may double-contact the ball (provided the contacts occur during one action) when receiving the serve, as well as on any first ball over the net. A "first ball over the net" is any time the ball travels from one team's side of the court to the other. A "double-contact" is when the ball strikes a player quickly, twice in succession, during a single attempt to hit the ball. (For example, a hard serve might bounce off a player's arms and then hit him/her in the face and then bounce into the air. This would not be a fault if it is the first ball over the net.) 7. Finger-action is permitted when receiving a serve. 8. Games start promptly on the hour. Teams should arrive at least ten minutes beforehand to warm up. Lateness might cause your team to forfeit a game or the whole match. Page 1 of 5

2 Rules The following comments reflect only a subset of all the rules governing play. Many of the most obvious rules have been omitted. Some of these rules are official USAV and some are local CCVL rules. NOTE: In all cases, the decision of the commissioners is final. Rights and Duties 1. Time-outs: Requests may be made by either playing captain when the ball is dead. Each team is allowed a maximum of two time-outs per game (and therefore, a maximum of six time-outs per match, provided the match consists of three games) and each is limited to 30 seconds. Unused time-outs from one game cannot be "saved" or "rolled over" for use in another game. The players may not leave the court during a time-out. Of course, a team is not required to use any time-outs. 2. Conduct: The rule here is simply "be polite," or equivalently, "don't be a jerk", examples of unacceptable behavior include (but are not limited to): Distracting players on the other team Blocking someone's line-of-sight to the server Clapping your hands when an opponent hits the ball Shouting potentially misleading directives at the other team (like "out" or "in") Failing to call your own violations 3. Calling Penalties: We have no officials in this league, so please call your own violations. Do not wait for the other team to do it. If the existence of a violation cannot be resolved, replay the point. The game is most fun when played honestly and by the rules. Gratuitously stressing the previous point: when you touch the net, or "carry" the ball, or commit some other violation, please call your own violation. The other team will respect you immensely for it, and this will most likely lead to a life-altering relationship with someone on the opposing team, who heretofore had given up on his/her lifelong quest to find a person of integrity. 4. Punctuality: All games must end five minutes before the hour, REGARDLESS of what the score is or how many games have been played or when your team got to take the court. It is the responsibility of the teams playing to stop on time. Similarly, it is the absolute right of those teams about to play to stop them on time. If the score is tied at 5 minutes to the hour, either team may announce, and the other team must confirm, the next point wins. Also, please leave the court when your allotted time is up. If your match is over before the allotted time (e.g. your three games were played very quickly or there was a forfeit) you may continue to play for fun until the allotted time is up. Take no more than two minutes between games. This is where time can be wasted. Hurry up! 5. Scoring: Keep score and announce it before each service. Since there is no official scorekeeper, it is up to you and the other team to remain in sync about what the score is. At the Page 2 of 5

3 Rules of Play end of each game, be sure to record the score on the sheet near your court. If a game must be stopped in the middle, it counts as a game if at least one team has scored 10 or more points. 6. Substitutions: You may use either one of the following schemes, and you must use the same scheme throughout an entire game. a. (USAV) A player starting the game may be replaced three times and can reenter twice, but must return to the original position in the rotation. There may be a maximum of two players for any one position. There will be 12 such substitutions allowed per game. b. (CCVL) You may rotate a new player into a certain position at each rotation. This player must come from a queue of waiting players which is fed by another player rotating out. For example, you might have an "extra" player rotate into the serving position at each rotation, as the right forward player rotates out and enters the queue. 7. Number of players: A team must have at least 6 and no more than 12 on their roster. In order to play a game a team must have at least four players present. Six players are on the court at one time. Also, a team must have at least two women on the court. If the opposing captain agrees, a team may play a match with only 1 woman, if the opposing captain does not agree a loss by forfeit will be assessed. 8. Forfeits: If a team is not ready to play 5 minutes after the hour, they will forfeit one game. If at fifteen minutes after the hour, the team is still not prepared to begin, the rest of the match will be forfeited as well. If a team forfeits, they can still play, but scores don't count. The problem with forfeits is that it is a huge inconvenience for your opponents, who have shown up and don't have anyone to play against. The Commissioner may eject a team from the league if they repeatedly forfeit. 9. Schedule shuffling: If you're in danger of forfeiting a game, you may negotiate schedule alterations with other captains, but the key is: all affected parties must agree. The game alteration must also be approved by the League Manager. If you can't get every affected party to agree, your team will have to forfeit. 10. Match: A match will consist of three games. All three games are important and will contribute to the standings. Even if you win the first two, you will play all three, because total point count contributes to your standings as well as games won. If there is not enough time, a match consists of the number of games played in your time slot, not exceeding three. 11. Game: Each game is to be played to 25 points but must be won by at least two points. However, the first team to 28 wins, regardless of the score. This rule is not negotiable by the team captains. Before the first game, captains will toss a coin. The winner can choose either (a) first serve, or (b) playing area (which side of the court to start on). The loser chooses the remaining option. Before the second game, first serve and playing area will switch. Before the third game, the choice for serve or side goes to the original winner of the coin toss. If a coin cannot be found, the captains may decide with any other method agreed upon. Page 3 of 5

4 12. Co-ed Play: If more than one person contacts the ball on one side before volleying it over the net, a female must contact the ball. In other words, if more than one person touches the ball in a given volley (per side), the ball must be played by a female. 13. Service: a. The player making the serve may not have either foot touching the court or outside the serving area when the ball is hit. The serving area is considered anywhere beyond the back line and within the (extension of the) side lines. For a jump serve, this holds for the last place the foot touched before leaving the ground. b. The ball must be clearly hit (not thrown) after releasing or tossing it. The ball must be hit with one hand or with any other part of the arm. c. All other players must be within their own court and in their normal rotation order (they may switch after the ball is served). d. The served ball CAN touch the net. e. The opposing team may not block or spike the serve. f. The opposing team may return the serve with a bump or set. Finger action is permitted when receiving a serve. Double-contacts (which occur as part of a single attempt to play the ball) are permitted on the serve (as well as on any first ball over the net). 14. Each team is allowed a maximum of three hits to return the ball. A block is not counted as one of these hits. Multiple contacts (or with multiple people) are still considered blocks and are not counted towards the three hits. 15. Hitting the ball: A ball is considered held (illegal) if it visibly comes to rest momentarily in the hands or arms of a player. The ball should be hit so that it rebounds cleanly after contact. Scooping, lifting, pushing, or carrying is illegal. Do not play the ball with an open hand below the waist or behind the head. The definition of a "carry" is a subtle task beyond the abilities of this author. A good rule of thumb is: your contact with the ball should be virtually instantaneous. Extended contact with the ball (pushing, lifting, redirecting, scooping, etc) is probably a carry. Also, any move that looks like it belongs more naturally in basketball or Jai-Alai is probably illegal. Try to use your best judgment as to what carries are. Successive contact ("double-contact") is allowed only during a single attempt to make the first team contact, which includes service receives, spikes, bumps, or any other time where it is the first contact after the ball has crossed the plane of the net from the other side. (It does not have to be a "hard driven ball"). This double-contacting rule does not apply (i.e. double-contacts are not permitted) if you are trying to set the ball. A player may hit the ball with any part of his/her body (including, for example, the feet). 16. Blocking and spiking inside the attack zone (on or in front of the 10-foot line) may only be performed by the three players who are occupying the front line position in the rotation. Back row players who want to spike the ball have two choices: they may hit the ball without jumping (i.e. feet in contact with the ground when the ball is hit); or, if they do jump, they must depart the ground from a point behind the 10-foot line (their foot must not touch any part of the 10- foot line). Page 4 of 5

5 17. When returning the ball, it must pass across the net and inside the court area. If your court has antennas, the ball must cross inside the antenna area. If your court does not have antennas, imagine that it does. This has ramifications for balls that go "wide" that you heroically chase after. In order to properly return the ball to the other side, the ball must cross the net between the designated points. Balls that go "around" the net or outside the antennas are invalid. Any contact with the antenna means that the ball is out. 18. Touching the net with any part of your body is NOT a fault, unless it interferes with the play. Touching any part of the opponent's court with any part of the body above the feet is permitted provided that it does not interfere with the opponent s play. It is a fault if the player s foot (feet) penetrates completely into the opponent s court. 19. Players may touch the post, ropes, or any other object outside the antennae, including the net itself, provided that it does not interfere with play. A player interferes with the opponent s play by: Touching the top ban of the net or the top 80 cm of the antenna during her or her action of playing the ball, or Taking support from the net simultaneously with playing the ball, or Creating an advantage over the opponent, or Making actions which hinder an opponent s legitimate attempt to play the ball. 20. The ball cannot be played by your team until some fraction of the ball has passed over the vertical plane of the net, except during a block. However, in a block, you can not touch the ball before your opponent does unless part of the ball has come over the net. 21. Any ball touching the baskets, walls, floor, bystanders, etc. is dead. However, if the ball hits the ceiling, and comes down on the same side of the court, you can continue to play it. If the ball hits the ceiling, then comes down on the opponent's side of the court, you lose the rally. 22. If a ball from another game or warm-up enters your court, play stops immediately and the point is replayed. Credits These rules are primarily taken from the USAV (USA Volleyball) Indoor Rules. There are significant differences between outdoor an indoor rules in USAV and FIVB rule sets. For a summary of these differences, visit: Page 5 of 5

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