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  • 1. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 Approved by the 33rd FIVB Congress 2012 IQv89a_G IQt__ ?v vcv v lv vTQv _G Ov fGarv_G 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA;_ {D;D_Ga E_9D_G QlAC*G Hl IOlAg*G
  • 2. Official Volleyball Rules 2013-2016 Published by FIVB in 2012 – www.fivb.org Design and layout: Samuel Chesaux Illustrations: © FIVB 2012 2013 - 2016 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G www.fivb.org - 2012 v IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G ?aTGa= 9JQWF mA UtaC9TcG ccalZ :mclZA_Ga bcaMA_G 2012 IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG # : B9Jc]aA_G
  • 3. IQv89a_G IQt__ ?v vcv v lv vTQv _G Ov fGarv_G 2016 - 2013 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 QlAC*G Hl IOlAg*G 2012 IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA;_ {D;D_Ga E_9D_G Approved by the 33rd FIVB Congress 2012 B9r=9T*G hclG va 2013 Qc9Fc 1 Hl B9r=9T*G hclG v sc=aA__ 2013 v clAtAT dA_G To be implemented in all competitions from 1st January 2013 and in all competitions which are completed in 2013 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 1 1 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 4. B9v v vcav Av v Jv *G CONTENTS GAME CHARACTERISTICS 7 7 ?v =v g_v _G [v 89vZv v vM PART 1: PHILOSOPHY OF RULES AND REFEREEING 8 8 mctJA_Ga OfGar_G ?pT_p :caFG mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 11 11 ?=v vgv v__G :caFG ARv vGv _G - dF9D_G mTr_G CHAPTER 1: FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 12 12 BGaOFGa BGRvcvKv vGAv _G :caFG cZv vp_G 1 PLAYING AREA. ...................................................................................................................12 12 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.1 DIMENSIONS..............................................................................................................12 1.2 PLAYING SURFACE .....................................................................................................12 12 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.3 LINES ON THE COURT ................................................................................................13 1.4 ZONES AND AREAS....................................................................................................13 1.5 TEMPERATURE ...........................................................................................................14 1.6 LIGHTING...................................................................................................................14 ?v rvaFl 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1 14 ............................................................................................................................................................................... 2 BALLS..................................................................................................................................16 mv8Gavrv_Ga ?vtv=vW_G 14 ...................................................................................................................................................................... ?vt=vW_G Y9pvAQE 2 . 1 15 .................................................................................................................................................................................... >vctQvA_G 2 . 2 15 .............................................................................................................................................................. ?vcv=F9Gv_G ?vaQvWFG 2 . 3 15 ................................................................................................................................................................... ?c8GaKv_G dZg_G 2 . 4 15 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... m8Gar_G 2 . 5 15 ................................................................................................................................................................ ?cvp9v]DG BGaOFG 2 . 6 3.1 STANDARDS ..............................................................................................................16 16 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... UNIFORMITY OF BALLS ..............................................................................................16 16 ................................................................................................................................................................................. Ucvc9vrlv_G 3.3 THREE-BALL SYSTEM .................................................................................................16 BGQv tv_G 3.1 16 ....................................................................................................................................................................... BGQvt_G OvcJavA 3 . 2 16 .............................................................................................................................................................. BGQvt E;vD_G m9vdF 3 . 3 3 3.2 2 NET AND POSTS ..................................................................................................................14 2.1 2.2 STRUCTURE ...............................................................................................................15 2.3 SIDE BANDS...............................................................................................................15 2.4 ANTENNAE ................................................................................................................15 2.5 POSTS........................................................................................................................15 2.6 3 HEIGHT OF THE NET...................................................................................................14 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT ..........................................................................................15 CHAPTER 2: PARTICIPANTS 17 >v gv__G O9vgv=FG 12 .......................................................................................................................................................................... >gv__G KvavT 13 ......................................................................................................................................................... >gv_*G bv_f bavaM_G 13 .............................................................................................................................................................. sa9F*Ga B9J9vT*G 14 ....................................................................................................................................................................... IQGQJv_G ?vGQO 14 ................................................................................................................................................................................... IA9v ]DG 17 Hav vtQ9v v W*G :dv F9v Dv _G cvZv pv_G 17 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ sQv vpv _G TEAM COMPOSITION.................................................................................................17 17 ....................................................................................................................................................................... svcQvp_G 4.2 LOCATION OF THE TEAM...........................................................................................17 17 .......................................................................................................................................................................... svcQvp_G 4.3 EQUIPMENT ...............................................................................................................18 4.4 CHANGE OF EQUIPMENT...........................................................................................18 4.5 5 TEAMS ................................................................................................................................17 4.1 4 FORBIDDEN OBJECTS .................................................................................................18 TEAM LEADERS ...................................................................................................................19 5.1 5.2 COACH .....................................................................................................................20 5.3 2 CAPTAIN....................................................................................................................19 ASSISTANT COACH....................................................................................................20 HvcavtA H9vtl 18 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... BGaOFG 18 ........................................................................................................................................................................ BGaOFG |vcvjA 18 ................................................................................................................................................................. ?vfavFl*G A9vcvWFG 4 4 4 4 4 . . . . . 1 2 3 4 5 sv vcQv vpv _G IO9v vr 19 ....................................................................................................................................................................... svcQvp_G Uvcv8Q 5 . 1 20 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... >QOv *G 5 . 2 20 ...................................................................................................................................................................... >QOv*G Ovf9vTl 5 . 3 19 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 5 2
  • 5. 21 CHAPTER 3: PLAYING FORMAT 6 21 IGQ9v=v lv _Ga bav Wv _9= Ravp__ , ?varF ccvGTvA_ 21 ..................................................................................................................................................................... ?varvF cvcGTvA_ 6 . 1 21 ...................................................................................................................................................................... bavW_9v= Ravp__ 6 . 2 22 ....................................................................................................................................................................... IGQ9v=*9v= Rapv__ 6 . 3 22 ....................................................................................................................................... clAvt*G |vi scQvp_Ga q_vMvA_G 6 . 4 TO WIN A SET............................................................................................................21 6.3 TO WIN THE MATCH..................................................................................................22 6.4 DEFAULT AND INCOMPLETE TEAM.............................................................................22 7.1 THE TOSS...................................................................................................................22 TEAM STARTING LINE-UP ...........................................................................................23 7.4 POSITIONS .................................................................................................................24 7.5 POSITIONAL FAULT.....................................................................................................24 7.6 ROTATION..................................................................................................................25 7.7 22 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... ?vfQvr_G OFFICIAL WARM-UP SESSION.....................................................................................22 7.3 7 22 ........................................................................................................................................................................................ STRUCTURE OF PLAY...........................................................................................................22 7.2 6 >v v gv_v _G m9v dF 7.1 22 ......................................................................................................................................................................... A9lvJDG IQvAp 7 . 2 23 ................................................................................................................................. scQp__ dT9TFG HGQaO_G >cvAQA 7 . 3 24 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... RvtGQv*G 7 . 4 24 ........................................................................................................................................................................... RtQlv_G .vaM 7 . 5 25 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... HGQaOv_G 7 . 6 25 ......................................................................................................................................................................... HGQaOv_G .vaM 7 . 7 TO SCORE A POINT....................................................................................................21 6.2 7 21 ................................................................................................................... TO SCORE A POINT, TO WIN A SET AND THE MATCH..........................................................21 6.1 ROTATIONAL FAULT ...................................................................................................25 26 CHAPTER 4: PLAYING ACTIONS >v gv _v _G cv tW :Ev _9v Dv _G cvZv pv _G >v gv v_v_G B9v vtQv vJ :hv =GQv v_G cv vZv pv v_G 26 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... >vgv _v_G 26 8.1 BALL OUT OF PLAY ....................................................................................................26 8.3 BALL “IN”..................................................................................................................26 >vgv__G dvp L Q9 vM 26 ........................................................................................................................................................................ ycvMGOz 26 ....................................................................................................................................................................... yLQ9vMz 8.4 9 BALL IN PLAY .............................................................................................................26 8.2 8 BALL “OUT” ..............................................................................................................26 B:9v v vJ IQvt_G 8 . 1 IQvt_G 8 . 2 IQvt_G 8 . 3 IQvt_G 8 . 4 27 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 .................................................................................................................................................................. STATES OF PLAY ..................................................................................................................26 26 ............................................................................................................................................................. >vgv__G IQv v tv v_G svcQvp_G B9v=Qv] 27 ............................................................................................................................................................. ?v=Qv]_G [v89ZvM 28 ................................................................................................................................................... IQvt_G >vg_ dvp A9vavMFG 27 ................................................................................................................................................................... PLAYING THE BALL ............................................................................................................. 27 9.1 TEAM HITS.................................................................................................................27 9.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HIT ..................................................................................27 9.3 FAULTS IN PLAYING THE BALL ....................................................................................28 28 ........................................................................................................................................................................ ?v t=v vWv_G OFv vf IQvt_G Qav=f 29 ............................................................................................................................................................. ?vt=vW__ IQvt_G Uv* 29 ............................................................................................................................................................... ?vt=vW_G dvp IQvt_G 28 ........................................................................................................................................................... ?vt=vW__ 10 BALL AT THE NET.................................................................................................................28 10.1 BALL CROSSING THE NET...........................................................................................28 10.2 BALL TOUCHING THE NET..........................................................................................29 10.3 BALL IN THE NET........................................................................................................29 9 IQv vtv _G 10 10 . 1 10 . 2 10 . 3 ?v vtv=v vWv_G OFv vf >v f;v v_G 11 29 .................................................................................................................................................... ?vt=vW_G qv_M cavZa_G 11 . 1 29 ....................................................................................................................................................... ?vt=vW_G cvpTC R9vcvAGE 11 . 2 30 .......................................................................................................................................................................... ?vt=vW_G Uv* 11 . 3 30 ........................................................................................................................................... ?vt=vW_G OvFf >f;v_G A9vavMC 11 . 4 29 ................................................................................................................................................................... 11 PLAYER AT THE NET.............................................................................................................29 11.1 REACHING BEYOND THE NET ....................................................................................29 11.2 PENETRATION UNDER THE NET ..................................................................................29 11.3 CONTACT WITH THE NET...........................................................................................30 11.4 PLAYER’S FAULTS AT THE NET ....................................................................................30 c9v v TQDG 12 dvp caFG c9vTQDG 12 . 1 30 .................................................................................................................................................................... c9vTQDG >cvAQA 12 . 2 31 ............................................................................................................................................................... c9vTQD9v= M9vlT_G 12 . 3 31 ...................................................................................................................................................................... c9vTQDG PvcpvFA 12 . 4 30 ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 SERVICE ..............................................................................................................................30 30 ............................................................................................................................................. bavW_G 12.1 FIRST SERVICE IN A SET..............................................................................................30 12.2 SERVICE ORDER .........................................................................................................30 12.3 AUTHORIZATION OF THE SERVICE..............................................................................31 12.4 EXECUTION OF THE SERVICE .....................................................................................31 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 >vgv _ 9.1 9.2 9.3 8 3 3 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 6. A9vpMDG 12 . 5 c9vTQDG A9FvDC EOvJA A9vavMC 12 . 6 32 ................................................................................................................................... RvtQv*G A9vavMCa c9vTQDG A9vaMC 12 . 7 12.5 SCREENING................................................................................................................31 31 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 12.6 FAULTS MADE DURING THE SERVICE .........................................................................31 31 ......................................................................................................................................... 12.7 SERVING FAULTS AND POSITIONAL FAULTS ................................................................32 13 ATTACK HIT.........................................................................................................................32 13.1 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ATTACK HIT .....................................................................32 13.2 RESTRICTIONS OF THE ATTACK HIT ............................................................................32 13.3 FAULTS OF THE ATTACK HIT.......................................................................................33 14 BLOCK ................................................................................................................................33 14.1 BLOCKING .................................................................................................................33 14.2 BLOCK CONTACT ......................................................................................................34 14.3 BLOCKING WITHIN THE OPPONENT’S SPACE..............................................................34 14.4 BLOCK AND TEAM HITS.............................................................................................34 14.5 BLOCKING THE SERVICE ............................................................................................34 14.6 BLOCKING FAULTS .....................................................................................................34 CHAPTER 5: INTERRUPTIONS, DELAYS AND INTERVALS 35 15 INTERRUPTIONS...................................................................................................................35 15.1 NUMBER OF REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS ..........................................................35 15.2 SEQUENCE OF REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS .......................................................35 15.3 REQUEST FOR REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS ........................................................35 15.4 TIME-OUTS AND TECHNICAL TIME-OUTS...................................................................35 15.5 SUBSTITUTION ...........................................................................................................36 15.6 LIMITATION OF SUBSTITUTIONS..................................................................................36 15.7 EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTION.....................................................................................36 15.8 SUBSTITUTION FOR EXPULSION OR DISQUALIFICATION..............................................37 15.9 ILLEGAL SUBSTITUTION..............................................................................................37 15.10 SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURE .......................................................................................37 15.11 IMPROPER REQUESTS.................................................................................................38 16 GAME DELAYS ....................................................................................................................38 16.1 TYPES OF DELAYS ......................................................................................................38 16.2 DELAY SANCTIONS ....................................................................................................39 17 EXCEPTIONAL GAME INTERRUPTIONS ................................................................................ 39 17.1 INJURY / ILLNESS .........................................................................................................39 17.2 EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE ..........................................................................................39 17.3 PROLONGED INTERRUPTIONS ....................................................................................39 18 INTERVALS AND CHANGE OF COURTS ................................................................................40 ?vcv lav vGv Kv v_G ?v v=Qv v]v _G 13 32 ........................................................................................................................................ ?cvlaGvK_G ?v=Qv]_G [89ZM 13 . 1 32 ................................................................................................................................................... ?cvlaGvK_G ?=Qv]_G Oavcr 13 . 2 33 ................................................................................................................................................ ?cvlaGvK_G ?=Qv]_G A9vaMC 13 . 3 32 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 33 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 33 ................................................................................................................................................................................ OvZ_G AGOB 34 ............................................................................................................................................................................. OvZ_G ?Tv* 34 ........................................................................................................................................... Uvp9Fv*G c9Gvl cvMGO OvZ_G 34 ................................................................................................................................................... svcQpv_G B9v=Qv]a OZv_G 34 ........................................................................................................................................................................ c9vTQDG OvZ 34 ................................................................................................................................................................ OvZv_G AGOB A9vavMC 35 ?JGQ_G BG~pa BG|M.A_G ,B9v v pv ravAv v_G :Uv v l9v vMv_G cv v Zv p_G 35 ........................................................................................................................................................... ?v vcO9v vgv _G >v gv_v v_G B9v vpv vrav A 15 >g__G B9praA OOvf 15 . 1 35 .......................................................................................................................................... ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA >r9gA 15 . 2 35 .............................................................................................................................................. ?cO9g_G >g__ B9praA >_a 15 . 3 35 ............................................................................................... ?vcFvp_G ?vgarvAT*G B9vraFGa ?vgarvATlv_G B9vraFG 15 . 4 36 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... cvcOv=A_G 15 . 5 36 ................................................................................................................................................................... B;cO=A_G OcOJA 15 . 6 36 ............................................................................................................................................................ dv89vFDvATDG cvcO=vA_G 15 . 7 37 ............................................................................................................................ O9g=AT:G aC OQva_G >v=T= cvcO=vA_G 15 . 8 37 ........................................................................................................................................................ dvFaF9vr_G |vi cvcO=A_G 15 . 9 37 ................................................................................................................................................................... ccO=A_G BGAGQGE 15 . 10 38 .................................................................................................................................................................. ?v8va9vM_G B9=v_a_G 15 . 11 35 .............................................................................................................................................. ?cO9g_G 38 .............................................................................................................................................................................. >v vgv __G BGQv vcv vM.v A 16 38 ................................................................................................................................................................... BG|vM.vA_G YGavFC 16 . 1 39 ................................................................................................................................................................... |vM.vA_G BGAGRvG 16 . 2 ?cv89FvDv Av vTDG >v gv _v v_G B9v vpv rav A 17 17 . 1 39 ................................................................................................................................................................ dvGQ9Mv_G cvMOvA_G 17 . 2 39 ................................................................................................................................................................ ?v_cava_G B9vpravA_G 17 . 3 39 ................................................................................................................................................. 39 ................................................................................................................................................................... ^Q*G/?v=9vZDG >v v f;v vlv _G Qv ccv vjvAa ?v vJGQv _G BGQv Avp 18 BGQvAp 18 . 1 40 ....................................................................................................................................................................... >vf;v*G |cvjvA 18 . 2 18.1 INTERVALS .................................................................................................................40 39 ....................................................................................................................................... 18.2 CHANGE OF COURTS ................................................................................................40 4 Ov v v Z_G 14 14 . 1 14 . 2 14 . 3 14 . 4 14 . 5 14 . 6 40 ........................................................................................................................................................................ ?vJGQv_G 4
  • 7. CHAPTER 6: THE LIBERO PLAYER 41 41 Qv vJv v_G >v vf;v_G 19 QvJv_G >vf;v_G {cvgA 19 . 1 41 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... BGaOFG 19 . 2 41 ................................................................................................................................. QvJ_G >vf;v_9= ?vr_vgvA*G B9tQvJ_G 19 . 3 43 .......................................................................................................................................... OcOG QJ >f: {cgA IO9fE 19 . 4 44 .................................................................................................................................................................................. ?Z;M_G 19 . 5 19 THE LIBERO PLAYER.............................................................................................................41 41 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 19.1 DESIGNATION OF THE LIBERO ....................................................................................41 41 ........................................................................................................................................................... 19.2 EQUIPMENT ...............................................................................................................41 19.3 ACTIONS INVOLVING THE LIBERO ..............................................................................41 19.4 RE-DESIGNATION OF A NEW LIBERO ..........................................................................43 19.5 SUMMARY ................................................................................................................44 CHAPTER 7: PARTICIPANTS’ CONDUCT Qv v vJv v _G >v vf;v _G :UO9v v vTv v _G cv vZv pv _G 45 45 20 REQUIREMENTS OF CONDUCT ............................................................................................45 {v vtQ9v v Wv vlv _G uav v v_v v T :hv v=9v Tv _G cv vZv pv v_G 45 .......................................................................................................................................................................... uav_v Tv _G B9=v v _v vaAv l 20 dv]9cQv_G ua_vT_G 20 . 1 45 ...................................................................................................................................................................... qvcdvF_G >vgv_v_G 20 . 2 20.1 SPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT ......................................................................................45 45 ............................................................................................................................................................... 20.2 FAIR PLAY ..................................................................................................................45 21 MISCONDUCT AND ITS SANCTIONS ....................................................................................45 v v vAGAGRv v Ga uav_v Tv v_G Aav v T 21 45 ...................................................................................................................................................... bcvT=v_G uav_T_G AavT 21 . 1 46 ......................................................................................................................... BGAGRvG_G bv_E jOClv_G uav_T_G AavT 21 . 2 46 ........................................................................................................................................................................ AGRvG_G caOvG 21 . 3 47 ....................................................................................................................................... uav_T_G AavT BGAGRvG scv=aA 21 . 4 47 .............................................................................................................................. bGavWFG Hvc=a cv=r uav_T_G AavT 21 . 5 47 ........................................................................................................... ?_lgAT*G B9r9a=_Ga ua_T_G AaT ?Z;M 21 . 6 45 ......................................................................................................................................................... 21.1 MINOR MISCONDUCT ...............................................................................................45 21.2 MISCONDUCT LEADING TO SANCTIONS....................................................................46 21.3 SANCTION SCALE ......................................................................................................46 21.4 APPLICATION OF MISCONDUCT SANCTIONS .............................................................47 21.5 MISCONDUCT BEFORE AND BETWEEN SETS ..............................................................47 21.6 SUMMARY OF MISCONDUCT AND CARDS USED ......................................................47 PART 2 - SECTION 2: THE REFEREES, THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS 48 CHAPTER 8: REFEREES 49 48 ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WEa mKA9c_a8Tl - m9tJ_G :dv v F9v vDv _G ARv vGv v_G - dv v v F9Dv v_G mv v Tr_G 22 REFEREEING CORPS AND PROCEDURES...............................................................................49 49 m9tv J_G :Hv l9v Dv _G cv vZv pv v_G BG AGQv GDGa mcv tv vJAv_G ?v 8cv vJ 22 HvcavtA_G 22 . 1 49 ................................................................................................................................................................................ BGAGQvGDG 22 . 2 22.1 COMPOSITION...........................................................................................................49 48 ................................................................................................................................................... 22.2 PROCEDURES.............................................................................................................49 49 .................................................................................................................................................................................... 23 1st REFEREE..........................................................................................................................50 23.1 LOCATION .................................................................................................................50 50 ......................................................................................................................................................................................... caFG mv tv vJv_G 23 hvralv_G 23 . 1 50 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... ?va_vT_G 23 . 2 51 .............................................................................................................................................................................. B9vc_av8T*G 23 . 3 23.2 AUTHORITY ...............................................................................................................50 50 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23.3 RESPONSIBILITIES .......................................................................................................51 24 2nd REFEREE .........................................................................................................................52 24.1 LOCATION .................................................................................................................52 52 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... dv F9v Dv _G 25.1 LOCATION .................................................................................................................53 mv tv vJ_G 24 hvralv_G 24 . 1 52 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... ?va_vT_G 24 . 2 53 .............................................................................................................................................................................. B9vc_av8T*G 24 . 3 25.2 RESPONSIBILITIES .......................................................................................................53 53 .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 24.2 AUTHORITY ...............................................................................................................52 52 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 24.3 RESPONSIBILITIES .......................................................................................................53 25 SCORER...............................................................................................................................53 cv vGv vTv v lv v_G 25 hvralv_G 25 . 1 53 .............................................................................................................................................................................. B9vc_av8T*G 25 . 2 53 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 5 5 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 8. 26 ASSISTANT SCORER.............................................................................................................54 26.1 LOCATION .................................................................................................................54 26.2 RESPONSIBILITIES .......................................................................................................54 27 LINE JUDGES .......................................................................................................................55 27.1 LOCATION .................................................................................................................55 27.2 RESPONSIBILITIES .......................................................................................................56 28 OFFICIAL SIGNALS ...............................................................................................................56 28.1 REFEREES’ HAND SIGNALS .........................................................................................56 28.2 LINE JUDGES’ FLAG SIGNALS .....................................................................................56 PART 2 - SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS 57 D1a COMPETITION / CONTROL AREA........................................................................................58 D1b THE PLAYING AREA ..........................................................................................................59 D2 THE PLAYING COURT........................................................................................................60 D3 DESIGN OF THE NET..........................................................................................................61 D4 POSITION OF PLAYERS ......................................................................................................62 D5a BALL CROSSING THE VERTICAL PLANE OF THE NET TO THE OPPONENT COURT................63 D5b BALL CROSSING THE VERTICAL PLANE TO THE OPPONENT FREE ZONE .............................64 D6 COLLECTIVE SCREEN ........................................................................................................65 D7 COMPLETED BLOCK .........................................................................................................65 D8 BACK ROW PLAYER’S ATTACK..........................................................................................66 D9 SANCTION SCALES ...........................................................................................................67 D10 LOCATION OF THE REFEREEING CORPS AND THEIR ASSISTANTS .......................................68 D11 REFEREES’ OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS ............................................................................69-75 D12 LINE JUDGES’ OFFICIAL FLAG SIGNALS ........................................................................76-77 PART 3: DEFINITIONS 78 INDEX 81 cGT*G Of9Tl 26 26 . 1 54 .............................................................................................................................................................................. B9c_a8T*G 26 . 2 55 ............................................................................................................................................................................ bav v av vMv _G a=vrGQv v vl 27 55 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... hvralv_G 27 . 1 56 .............................................................................................................................................................................. B9vc_av8T*G 27 . 2 56 ...................................................................................................................................................................... ?cv v vlv v TQv v_G BGQ9v v WDG 28 56 .......................................................................................................................................................... m9vtJv__ Ocv_G BGQ9vWE 28 . 1 56 .................................................................................................................................. bavaM_G d=vrGQv* ?vcGQv_G BGQ9vWE 28 . 2 54 .................................................................................................................................................................................... 54 ......................................................................................................................................................................................... hra*G 57 c9v v tv v WFG :Ev v _9v vDv v_G ARv v Gv _G - dv v vF9v Dv _G mv v vTr_G 58 ..................................................................................................................................................... ?r=9T*G/?=rGQl ? r aF l 59 .......................................................................................................................................................................... >g__G ?raFl 60 ............................................................................................................................................................................ >g__G ^QC 61 ..................................................................................................................................................................... ?t=W_G mclZA 62 ...................................................................................................................................................................... {=f;_G RtGQl 63 .............................................................................. Up9F*G >g_l yE ?t=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G IQt_G Qa=f 64 ............................................................ Up9Fl__ IQJ_G ?raF*G yE ?t=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G IQt_G Qa=f 65 ........................................................................................................................................................................ df9lG A9pME 65 ......................................................................................................................................................................... clAt*G OZ_G 66 .......................................................................................................................................... dp_M_G qZ_G >f: maGJ 67 ........................................................................................................................................................................ AGRG_G caGOG 68 ................................................................................................................................. mKcOf9Tla mctJA_G ?8cJ Ht9lC 69-75 .................................................................................................................................. m9tJ__ ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WE 76-77 .......................................................................................................... baaM_G d=rGQ* ?clTQ_G ?cGQ_G BGQ9WE D1a D1b D2 D3 D4 D5a D5b D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 B9pcQgA_G :Ev v _9v vDv v_G mv vTrv _G 81 6 78 UQKp_G 6
  • 9. ?v=v vgv _v _G [v v 89v v Zv v M GAME CHARACTERISTICS >g_l zf {rcQp {= >vg_A ?]9cQ dJ IQ89a_G IQt_G ?J9Al ?p_AMl kcZ u9FJa ,?t=W ?aTGa= mTrl .OQp ct_ ?=g__G ?cOOgA mcOrA ^Qj= ?Fcgl qaQd_ Volleyball is a sport played by two teams on a playing court divided by a net. There are different versions available for specific circumstances in order to offer the versatility of the game to everyone. ^Qj= ?t=W_G sap IQt_G c9TQE aJ ?=g__G Hl qOK_G ?aTGa= ?_a9J*G UpF hFla Up9F*G >g_l zf 9Ka9rTE yE ?p9]D9=( IQt_G IO9fD B9=Q] E;D scQp__ ,Up9F*G .)OZ_G ?T* The object of the game is to send the ball over the net in order to ground it on the opponent’s court, and to prevent the same effort by the opponent. The team has three hits for returning the ball (in addition to the block contact). cTQ*G ?aTGa= >Q]A ,c9TQD9= >g__G v IQt_G h]aA b9rTE mAc bAJ caGOA_G QlATc ,Up9F*G yE ?t=W_G sap v scQp_G cWpc aC "9GQ9M" >JPA aC >g_*G zf IQt_G .?JcJZ IQaZ= 9KAO9fE The ball is put in play with a service: hit by the server over the net to the opponents. The rally continues until the ball is grounded on the playing court, goes “out” or a team fails to return it properly. In Volleyball, the team winning a point (Rally Point System). When team wins a rally, it gains a point to serve, and its players rotate clockwise. rally scores a the receiving and the right one position OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 ?arF cGTc caGOA_9= R89p_G scQp_G ,IQ89a_G IQt_G v c=rAT*G scQp_G Rapc 9lOFf .)?arF_G h=9AA m9dF( QaOca ,c9TQDG v sJ_Ga ?arF >Ttc F@p ,caGOA_9= k k .?f9T_G >Qrf g9GA9= GOJGa GRtQl ga=f: 7 7 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 10. PART 1 PHILOSOPHY OF RULES AND REFEERING 8 caFG mTr_G Ov v v v v fGav vr_G ?pT_p mv v cv vtv JA_Ga 8
  • 11. mctJA_Ga OfGar_G ?pT_p :caFG mTr_G PART 1: PHILOSOPHY OF RULES AND REFEERING ?lOrl I|Dla ?gcQT dKp ,m_9g_G v ?cJcaQAa ?c=gW ?cTp9FA_G >9g_FG QDtCa KGFC Hl IQ89a_G IQt_G }AgA 9KA;f9pAa ,?rJ;Ala ?lT9J QZ9Ff IOf IQ89a_G IQt_G clWA ,u_P hla ,c9gpF:G ?gcQT 9KATQ9lla .caGOA_G >9g_C {= IOcQp 9K_gGA ?_l9tA*G INTRODUCTION Volleyball is one of the most successful and popular competitive and recreational sports in the world. It is fast, it is exciting and the action is explosive. Yet Volleyball comprises several crucial overlapping elements whose complimentary interactions render it unique amongst rally games. VOLLEY PASSING Service Rotation Explosive Action Jumping Power Attack TEAM GAME DIVIDED COURTS Defense .EcOJ_G QaKlG_G >T9FA_ ?=g__G cctWA v ?lcdf OaKG= IQ9a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G m9r ,I|MFG BGaFT_G v :?c_9A_G >9=TI_ {r_gl aC {GQpAl ,m9tJ ,{=QOl ,{=f: ,IQ89a_G IQt__ ?gTGa ?c=gW [F_G GPJ qOKATc ,scQp__ c]pG B9tcAtAa B;ctWA Q9tA=G Ha=QO*G hcaATca ,c]pC >g_= KlTA dA_G OfGar_G mKp .?_l9t_G mKAGQ9Kl Q9KdE {=f;_ KlTc 9l= .c]pC BGQGQr P9MA: {clTQ__ KlTA dA_G OfGar_G {= ?r;g_G mKp ?=a_a*G ?cTc8Q_G B9cfaF_G ?pQgl c=r ?cTp9FA ?]9cQt IQ89a_G IQt_G zf ?cGO=_G v ?lOr*G gPJ RtQA .KG9F_G mctJA__ In recent years the FIVB has made great strides in adapting the game to a modern audience. This text is aimed at a broad Volleyball public – players, coaches, referees, spectators, commentators – for the following reasons: –– nderstanding the rules better, allows better play – coaches can create better team structure and u tactics, allowing players full rein to display their skills; –– nderstanding the relationship between rules allows officials to make better decisions. u This introduction at first focuses on Volleyball as a competitive sport, before setting out to identify the main qualities required for successful refereering. :?cTp9FA ?]9cQt IQ89a_G IQt_G M9lT_G mdFA OfGar_Ga ,dFp_G YGO=DGa ,MaQ_G ,BGQOr_G c]pC QKdA dKp ,?Fl9t Iar QO9Zl ?Tp9F*G O_aA k OFf 9gl clg_G {=f;_G hclG_ KlTA IQ89a_G IQt_G H@p u_P_a ,?_c_r BGA9FDATG hl B9cfaF_G gPJ ct_ .)c9TQDG aC Y9pO__( >g_l__ ?cp_M_G ?raF*G va )maGK_G v( ?t=W_G VOLLEYBALL IS A COMPETITIVE SPORT Competition taps latent strengths. It exhibits the best of ability, spirit, creativity and aesthetics. The rules are structured to allow all of these qualities. With a few exceptions, Volleyball allows all players to operate both at the net (in attack) and in the back of the court (to defend or serve). ?cT9TCa IRcll QZ9Ff zf Bdp9J Or IQ89a_G IQt_G HF ,u_P uQOc ?=g__G QtA=l H9GQal m9c_a cGR 9l .>Q]*Ga IQt_G /?t=W_G 9Kcp mOMATA dA_G >9g_FG u_P v uQ9WAa ,{FT_G }f ?Fcgl .c9TQDG .)c9TQ<_ uQJA_G( HGQaO_G .maGK_G .Y9pO_G HatA IQt_G HE EcJ ,9Kcp |=t QaO ?t=W__ Hatc dA_G >9g_FG {= Hl IOcQp IQ89a_G IQt_9p ,c9J ct zf k scQp_G yE IQt_G c9TQE >aGa c=r xMGO_G QcQlA_G Hl QOr= scQp ct_ M9lT_9= u_Pa 9l8GO HG|a_G v .Up9F*G William Morgan, the game’s creator, would still recognize it because Volleyball has retained certain distinctive and essential elements over the years. Some of these it shares with other net/ball/ racquet games: –– Service –– otation (taking turns to serve) R –– Attack –– Defence Volleyball is, however, unique amongst net games in insisting that the ball is in constant flight – a flying ball – and by allowing each team a degree of internal passing before the ball must be returned to the opponents. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 9 9 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 12. caGOA_G IOl I9cR EcJ Hl m9lFG yE ?=g__G crF yE iOC Or ya}c_z [ZMA*G Y9pO_G >f: O9GcE HE OQGl Hl c9TQDG clf B|i Or c9TQDG IOf9r zf BCQa dA_G B;cOgA_G H@p u_Pta ,>g__G cJGQla .dlaGJ M;T yE >g__G v IQt_G h]a_ ?_cTa ,9FJ ,{=f;_G RtGQl [MA dA_G OfGar_Ga ,{=f;_G hclG HGQaO= BJlT Or HGQaO_G >cAQA IQtp HE .?claGK_G baM_G v QcaaAa O9GcD ?FaQ*G sQp_G A9afE >Gc dagc Q9aDG GPJ u_Pta ,Iar_Ga ?ctcAtA_Ga ?cFp_G BGQOr_G IO9cR v clg_G GPJ Q9aE HaTp9F*G mOMATc ?_9J v QGQlAT9= IQ89a_G IQt_G ?=g_ HatA u_P=a ,HcOJ9W*Ga QaKlG_G IQ9DD |=gA_G v ?cQJ_G {=f;_G .QaaAa HTJA .YQTFGa iarFGa c]pFG yE c= |cjA_G yE jOCA qaT BGaaM_G gPJ HE uW ;= :Q9aDG GPJ v mtJ_G QaO :B9=D_Ga ?_GOg_G maKpl v OcG_G mtJ_G U9TC Hltc k .{tQ9W*G hclG hl :O9f Hatc HC .QaKlG_G Hl cO9f mtJt c_E QdFc HC :>g__G v YGO=DGa Y9AlAT:G {=f;_ KlTc dt_ mtJ_9= ?rD_G mAA HC >Gca ,?rD_G QZFf yE >_aAc GPJ k .ltJ v 9=89Z Hatc HC k .OfGar_G scDaA >9=T.= 9l_l Hatc HC k k .98pt 9ldFl Hatc HC .?c9KF_G yE 9KKcGaAa ?Tp9F*G H9cQG= M9lT_G k .>OC*G |i IGR9Gl aC @aM*G ?=r9g* OfGar_G mOMATc HCa ,9c=Ql Hatc HC cp~_ mKcO_ 9l c]pC {=f;_G Q9KdEa hcGWA_9= QaKlG_G QZ9Fg_ M9lT_9= u_Pa ,?=g__G hGWc HC .QaKlG_G k .{cFg*G hclG_ BG}M_9= ?8c_l ?r=9T*G cgG_ OfGar_G mOMATc OcG_G mtJ_G H.= car_G 9FFtlc ,G|MC HC Q9=Af:G v h]a_G hl ,?lcdf ?=g_ QcaaA yE dJaA ?c_9J_G OfGar_G yE QdF_G H@p ,s=T9l zf A9F= .?]9cQ_G Q9aE v ugral Hl] u_ ?clJFG UpF ?r=9T_G BGQrp__ k ;v v v v v v v v Zv v vAvl Hv v v v v vt IQt_G HG|a cZGa 10
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  • 14. caFG cv v Zv v p_G CHAPTER 1 BGaOFGa BGRv cv Kv GvAv _G FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT See Rules 1 OfGar_G QdFG >v gv _v _G ?vrv aFv vl PLAYING AREA The playing area includes the playing court and the free zone. It shall be rectangular and symmetrical. 1.1, D1a, D1b DIMENSIONS 1.1 D2 D.1a, D.1b D. 2 1.1 1 HatA HC >Gca ,IQJ_G ?raF*Ga >g_*G ^QC >g__G ?raFl Hl]AA .?_D9lAla ctW_G ?_caATl O9v g=FG The playing court is a rectangle measuring 18 x 9 m, surrounded by a free zone which is a minimum of 3 m wide on all sides. ?a9Jla Q9AlC 9 6 ~l 18 A9T9rl ccaATl Hf IQ9=f >g_*G ^QC .>FGaG_G hclG Hl Q9AlC 3 Hf 9K]Qf crc: IQJ ?raFl= The free playing space is the space above the playing area which is free from any obstructions. The free playing space shall measure a minimum of 7 m in height from the playing surface. 1.1 ?cC Hl c9Ma >g__G ?raFl sap OaGa*G c9G*G aJ >g__ QJ_G c9G*G Hl Q9AlC 7 Hf Y9pAQDG v >g__ QJ_G c9G*G U9cr crvc: HC >Gca.s8Gaf .>g__G KaT HC >vGc ?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQv89a_G IQt__ dv_aO_G O9JA:G B9r=9T* 8a ?vc=F9vG_G bavavM_G Hl Q9AvlC 5 Hvf IQJv_G ?vravFlv_G U9vcr crc: Qv J_G c9v Gv lv_G Y9v pvAQE cvrv c: HC >v Gv ca ?vc9vKFv _G bav avM Hvl Q9AvlC .>v vgv_v _G Kv av Tv l Hv l ~l 12,5 Hf >v g_v_ For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the free zone shall measure a minimum of 5 m from the side lines and 8 m from the end lines. The free playing space shall measure a minimum of 12.5 m in height from the playing surface. >v vgv_v _G Kv av T 1.2 1.2 PLAYING SURFACE 1.2.1 The surface must be flat, horizontal and uniform. It must not present any danger of injury to the players. It is forbidden to play on rough or slippery surfaces. QaM jC ctWc: HC >Gca ,GOJala 9crpCa 9cavATl KvaT_G Havtc HC >vGc 1 . 2 . 1 .?vr_R_G aC ?vFWM_G KaTFG zf >g__G hFlca ,{=f;_G ?=9ZD For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, only a wooden or synthetic surface is allowed. Any surface must be previously approved by the FIVB. Kv lv Tc ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG B9vr=9Tvlv _ jC Havtc HC >vGca ,?cvf9FZ_G OGav*G Hvl aC dv=WM KvaT= brp k . IQv89va_G IQtv_v_ dv_aOv_G O9vJA:G Hvl 9vr=Tvl OvlAvgvl KaT 1.2.2 .I9vajlv_G >vf;*G dvp KvA9vp Hav_ Hvl >gv__G KvaT Havtc HC >vGc 1 . 2 . 2 On indoor courts the surface of the playing court must be of a light colour. For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, white colours are required for the lines. Other colours, different from each other, are required for the playing court and the free zone. 1.2.3 12 1.1, 1.3 On outdoor courts a slope of 5 mm per metre is allowed for drainage. Court lines made of solid materials are forbidden. 1.3 1.1,1.3 1.3 ,?cvlvTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQv 89av_G IQv tv_v_ waOv_G O9v JvADG B9r=9Tvlv _ ?v pv_vAvMv l iQv MC HGav _C >_v avAvAa ,bavav Mv_v_ ^vcv=FG Hav _v_G >v_vavAvc .IQv vJv_G ?vrvav Fvlv_Ga >v gv_v *G ^QF Qv vM6G Hvf cv t hFlAa g9c*G qQZ_ ?paWt*G >f;*G v ~l ct_ m_l 5 gQOr ccl= KlTc 1 . 2 . 3 .?=_Z OGal Hl ?faFZ*G >g_*G baaM 12
  • 15. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 1.3 LINES ON THE COURT D2 1.3.1 All lines are 5 cm wide. They must be of a light colour which is different from the colour of the floor and from any other lines. 1.2.2 1.3.2 Boundary lines 1.2.2 Two side lines and two end lines mark the playing court. Both side lines and end lines are drawn inside the dimensions of the playing court. 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.1 1.1 Centre line The axis of the centre line divides the playing court into two equal courts measuring 9 x 9 m each; however the entire width of the line is considered to belong to both courts equally. This line extends beneath the net from side line to side line. D2 D.2 Attack line On each court, an attack line, whose rear edge is drawn 3 m back from the axis of the centre line, marks the front zone. 1.3.3, 1.4.1 For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the attack line is extended by the addition of broken lines from the side lines, with five 15 cm short lines 5 cm wide, drawn 20 cm from each other to a total length of 1.75 m. The “coach’s restriction line” (a broken line which extends from the attack line to the end line of the court, parallel to the side line and 1.75 metres from it) is composed of 15 cm short lines drawn 20 cm apart to mark the limit of the coach’s area of operation. D2 1.4 ZONES AND AREAS D1b, D2 1.4.1 Front zone 19.3.1.4, 23.3.2.3e, D2 On each court the front zone is limited by the axis of the centre line and the rear edge of the attack line. 1.3.3, 1.3.4, 19.3.1.4, 23.3.2.3e The front zone is considered to extend beyond the side lines to the end of the free zone. 1.1, 1.3.2 1.4.2 1.3.3, 1.4.1 D.2 19.3.3.4 23.3.2.3e,D2 1.3.3, 1.3.4, 19.3.1.4 23.3.2.3e 1.1, 1.3.2 The service zone is a 9 m wide area behind each end line. 1.3.2, 12, D1b In depth, the service zone extends to the end of the free zone. 1.1 1.3.2 D . 1b 1.1 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 1.3 Hf q_vAMc jP_G KA9p Ha_= HatA HC >Gvca mT 5 ^Qvg= bavaM_G hclG .iQvMC bavaM ?vcCa ^QFG Ha_ ?v vcOaOv Jv _G bav avMv_G >F9G_G daM Hl ct mTQca ?vc9KF__ {aMa {=F9vG {vaMv= >g_v*G OOvJc .>gv__G ^QC O9vg=C cvMGO ?c9KF_Ga qZAF*G bM 9 6 9 U9cr= {ca9TAl {=g_l yE >g_*G ^QC qZAF*G bM QaJl mTrc k {=g_l__ 9ZAMl bM__ xt_G ^Qg_G }Agc ,c9J ct zfa ,9lKFl ct_ Q9AlC .d=vF9G_G bM_G yE d=vF9G_G bMv_G Hl ?vt=W_G cvpTC bM_G GPvJ OvAlca ja9TA_9= mav vGv Kv _G bv vM ?vD;vD= gOvJ dvKAFc jP_G mavGK_G bM= >vg_l ct v ?vcl9lFG ?vraF*G OOvJAA .qvZAF*G bvM QaJvl qv_M Q9vAlC OvAlvc ,?vcv lTQv_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQv89vav _G IQtv _ dv _aOv _G O9v JADG B9r=9Tv lv_ ,?c=F9vG_G baavM_G Hl ?vcp9v]E ?vgarvAl baavM= maGvK_G bvM zvf mTQvc ,mvT 5 ^Qgv=a mvT 15 caa= IQvcZr baaM ?vTlM= .~l 1,75 dv_9vlvGE caav= QM6G Hf cvt mvT 20 Ogv= ?c9KF yE maGK_G bM Hl IOAll ?garAl baaM( :>QO*G OccrA bM Hl HatAca )Fl ~l 1.75 Og=o zfa d=F9G_G bM_G RGal ,>g_*G m OaOJ H9c=_ 9K]g= Hl mT20 Og=o zf mTQAa mT15 I|Zr baaM .>QO*G clf ?raFl 1.3.1 sa9F*Ga B9v vJ9vTlv _G 1.4 D . 1b, D2 Service zone It is laterally limited by two short lines, each 15 cm long, drawn 20 cm behind the end line as an extension of the side lines. Both short lines are included in the width of the service zone. >v gv_vlv_G bv v_f bav av M_G D.2 13 13 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 ?cv l9v vlFG ?vrv aFvlv_G 1 . 4 . 1 bMa qZAF*G bM QavJl ?aTGa= >g_l ct v ?cl9vlFG ?vraF*G OOvJA .maGK_G bM_ ?cp_M_G ?p9J_Ga maGK_G ?vc9KF bAJ ?c=F9G_G bavaM_G AGQa 9vl yE IOvAll ?vcl9lFG ?raF*G }AvgA .IQJv_G ?vraF*G c9v vTQDG ?vrvaFv l 1 . 4 . 2 .?vc9KFv_G bvM q_vM Q9vAlC 9 ^Qvg= c9vTQDG ?rvaFvl HavtA Og= bv_f H9lvTQca mT 15 9lKFl ct caa Hc|Zr {aM= 9c=F9G OOJA {vaM_G ;ta ,{cv=F9G_G {vaM__ OGOAl9t ?vc9KF_G bM qv_M mT 20 .c9vTQDG ?vraFl ^Qf Hlv] Hl Hvc|Zr_G .IQvJ_G ?ravF*G ?vc9KF yE svlg_G v c9vTQDG ?rvaFl OvAlA 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 16. 1.4.3 Substitution zone The substitution zone is limited by the extension of both attack lines up to the scorer's table. 1.4.4 D . 1b 19.3.2.7, D1b 19 . 3 . 2 . 4 D . 1b Warm-up area For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the warm-up areas, sized approximately 3 x 3 m, are located in both of the benchside corners, outside the free zone. 1.4.6 1.3.4, 15.6.1 Libero Replacement zone The Libero Replacement zone is part of the free zone on the side of the team benches, limited by the extension of the attack line up to the end line. 1.4.5 1.3.4, 15.6.1, D1b 24.2.5, D1a, D1b 24.2.5, D.1a, D.1b Penalty area A penalty area, sized approximately 1 x 1 m and equipped with two chairs, is located in the control area, outside the prolongation of each end line. They may be limited by a 5 cm wide red line. 21.3.2.1, D1a, D1b 21.3.2.1, D.1a,D.1b 1.5 TEMPERATURE Ogrl ?KG Hl IQJ_G ?raF*G Hl ARGt QJ_G >f;_G |cjA ?raFl HatA .?c9KF_G bM bAJ maGK_G bM OGOAl9= IOOJla ,scQp_G A9v vlJDG ?v rvaFv vl 1 . 4 . 5 HavtvA ,?vcvlvTQv_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89vav_G IQvt__ dv _aOv _G O9v JA:G B9v r=9T* k ;vt bv_vf Hav tvAa 9v=v cQv vrv A Q9vAv vlC 3 6 3 A9lvJDG sva9vFvl ?vJ9vTvl .IQJ_G ?raFlv_G LQ9vM Ovf9vrlv_G >vF9Gv= >vg_lv_G bvavMl Hl {FvtQv_G AGRv vGv_G ?vrv aFl 1 . 4 . 6 cMGO 9KF9tla {cTQt= IRvKGl a ~l 161 AGRG_G ?raF* d=cQrA_G mGJ_G bM ?aTGa= 9lJOcOJA RaGca ,?c9KF bM ct OGOAlG LQ9M ?=rGQ*G ?raFl .mT 5 ^Qg= QlJC 1.5 ?vcav8l B9vGQO 10 Hf IQGQJ_G ?vGQO_ bFOFG OJv_G cvrc : HC >Gc .)BcKFQKp ?GQO 50( For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the maximum temperature shall not be higher than 25° C (77° F) and the minimum not lower than 16° C (61° F). HC >Gc ,?v cvlTQv_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQv 89vav v _G IQvt_v_ dv_aOv_G O9v JA:G B9vr=9T* )BcKFQKp ?GQO 77( ?vcav8vl ?v GQO 25 Hvf IQGQvJv_v_ ?vGQO bv_vfC Ov cRvc : .)BcKFQKp ?GQO 61( ?ca8l ?GQO 16 Hf bFOFG crc:a LIGHTING For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the lighting on the playing area should be 1000 to 1500 lux measured at 1 m above the surface of the playing area. 1 2 NET AND POSTS D3 2.1 HEIGHT OF THE NET 2.1.1 Placed vertically over the centre line there is a net whose top is set at the height of 2.43 m for men and 2.24 m for women. 1.3.3 2.1.2 Its height is measured from the centre of the playing court. The net height (over the two side lines) must be exactly the same and must not exceed the official height by more than 2 cm. 1.1, 1.3.2, 2.1.1 IA9v v ]DG 1. D.3 1.3.3 1 . 1, 1 . 3. 2 2.1.1 14 QJ_G >f;_G |cjA ?raFl 1 . 4 . 4 IQGQv Jv _G ?v vGQO The minimum temperature shall not be below 10° C (50° F). 1.6 cvcO=Av_G ?vrv aFl 1 . 4 . 3 .cvGvT*G ?v_a9a bvAJ mavGK_G dvavM OGOAvl9= ccOv=vA_G ?vravFl OOvJA 1.6 HC >Gc ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G B9v r=9Tv* ,Utav_ 1500 bv_E 1000 {v= 9l >gv_v_G ?rvaFl bv_f IA9v]DG HatA .>g__G ?raFl KaT sap OJGa ~l Y9pAQE zf U9rA mv8Gavr_Ga ?t=v W_G 2 ?vtv=vWv_G Y9v pvAQE 2.1 k Y9vpAQ9= 9cv_vg_G 9KvAp9vJ HatvAa ,qZvAFv*G bvM savp 9vcOalf ?vt=W_G hv]aA 2 . 1 . 1 .BGOvcT__ QvAl 2,24a c9vGQ__ QvAl 2,43 Y9pAQE Hatc HC >Gca ,>g_*G ^QC qZAvFl Hvl ?vt=W_G Y9pvAQE U9vrc 2 . 1 . 2 Hf OcRc: HC >Gca TpF b=]_9= ){c=F9G_G {vaM_G savp( ?t=W_G .mT 2 Hf dFaF9r_G Y9pAQDG 14
  • 17. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 2.2 STRUCTURE The net is 1 m wide and 9.50 to 10 metres long (with 25 to 50 cm on each side of the side bands), made of 10 cm square black mesh. >v ctQvAv v_G D3 D.3 At its top a horizontal band, 7 cm wide, made of two-fold white canvas, is sewn along its full length. Each extreme end of the band has a hole, through which passes a cord, fastening the band to the posts for keeping its top taut. Within the band, a flexible cable fastens the net to the posts and keeps its top taut. At the bottom of the net there is another horizontal band, 5cm wide, similar to the top band, through which is threaded a rope. This rope fastens the net to the posts and keeps its lower part taut. 2.3 SIDE BANDS Two white bands are fastened vertically to the net and placed directly above each side line. 1.3.2, D3 1.3.2 D.3 2.4 ct Hl mT50 yE 25 hl( Q9AlC 10 yE 9.5 9Kv_aaa OvJGa QvAl ?vt=W_G ^Qvf Hatvc .mT 10 U9vcrv= AGOaT ?vg=Qvl Havcgv= ?faFZl ,)?c=F9G_G ?aQWFG Hl >F9G {Agar Hl YaFZl mT 7 ^Qg= 9c_g_G 9KAp9J OFf dvrpC bcQW OvGac OGaca ,cl9t_9= ?vt=W_G cava= b9vMl ^c=FG >Fr_G X9lr_G Hl {Acaal bcQvW_G Bvc=DA_ cv=J v_;vM Hl Qlc >rD bcQW_G dAc9KF Hl ct OFf .9c_g_G 9KAp9J OvW bv_f ?vdp9Jl__ {vl89r_9= OW zf ?dp9J*Ga {l89r_9= ?t=W_G Bc=DA_ bcQW_G cMGO HQl uv_T OvGac .9c_g_G 9KAp9J bcQW__ =9Wl mT 5 ^Qg= QMB drpC bcQW OGac ?vt=W_G cvpTC {l89r_9= ?t=W_G Bc=DA_ c=J_G GPJa ,c=J _;M Hl Qlc ,ja_g_G k .GOaOWl xpT_G ARG_G A9r=E zf ?dp9J*Ga ?v cv=vF9v vGv_G ?v vaQv vWFG They are 5 cm wide and 1 m long and are considered as part of the net. ?v vcv 8Gav K_G dv Zv g_G An antenna is fastened at the outer edge of each side band. The antennae are placed on opposite sides of the net. 2.3, D3 2.3 D.3 The top 80 cm of each antenna extends above the net and is marked with 10 cm stripes of contrasting colour, preferably red and white. The antennae are considered as part of the net and laterally delimit the crossing space. 10.1.1, D3, D5a, D5b 10.1.1 D.3, D.5a,b yE mTrca ?t=W_G sap mT 80 _aaa 9vZf cvt Hvl jav_g_G ARvG_G OAlvc .^vc=FGa QlvJFG cv]pvca {vFc9=vAl {Fa_v= mT10 cava= AGRGC k k .Qa=g_G c9Gl 9c=F9vG HGOOvJAa ?vt=vW_G Hvl GARvG H9Avc8GaKv_G H9vA9Zgv_G }vAgA POSTS 2.5.1 The posts supporting the net are placed at a distance of 0.50-1.00 m outside the side lines. They are 2.55 m high and preferably adjustable. D3 D.3 For all FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the posts supporting the net are placed at a distance of 1 m outside the side lines. 2.5.2 2.6 2.5 LQ9M ~l 1,00 - 0,50 {=9l MaG~A ?p9Tl zf ?t=W__ H9Av=D*G H9l89vr_G hv]ac 2 . 5 . 1 .ccOgA__ {v_=9r 9vFatc HC cv]pca ,~l 2.55 Y9vpAQ@= 9vlJa ,{c=F9G_G {vaM_G hv]avc ,?vcvlvTQv_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQv89a_G IQvtv__ dv_aOv _G O9vJADG B9vr=9Tlv_ .?vc=F9vGv_G bavavM_G LQ9vM ~vl Ovg=o bv_f ?vt=W_v_ H9Av=vDvlv_G H9vlv89v rv_G The posts are rounded and smooth, fixed to the ground without wires. There shall be no dangerous or obstructing devices. QdJAa u;TC HaO= ^QFG v H9A=Dca {vT_lCa HcQvcOATl H9l89vr_G Hatvc 2 . 5 . 2 .?v_rQg*G aC IQavM_G BGRcKGA_G ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT ?v cvp9v v ]DG BGaOFG All additional equipment is determined by FIVB regulations. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 2.4 m_l 10 Qar=a ~l 1.80 9K_aa HQl >c]r Hf IQ9=f ?c8GaK_G 9vZg_G .?v_D9lvl IO9vl ?vcC aC ?vcG9vGR_G q9c_FG Hl ?faFZl >F9G_G dacQW Hl ct_ dGQ9M_G OJv_G zvf H9Avc8GaKv_G H9vA9Zg_G B=vDA .?vt=W__ {cvTtg_G {c=F9G_G bv_f H9g]aAa mv v8Gav rv v_G 2.5 2.3 ct sap IQW9=l H9g]aca ?t=W_G zf 9cOalf ^c=FG Hav__9= H9acQW Bv=Dc k .?vt=W_G Hvl GARvG HG}Avgca ,OvJGa QvAl cava=a mT 5 ^Qvg= 9lvKFE .d=F9G bM ANTENNAE An antenna is a flexible rod, 1.80 m long and 10 mm in diameter, made of fibreglass or similar material. 2.2 .IQ89va_G IQt__ dv_aO_G O9JvA:G Kv8Ga_ ?vaTGa= ?vcp9]DG BGaOFG hclvG OOvJA 15 15 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G 2.6
  • 18. 3 3.1 BGQv tv v_G Uv cvc9v rvlv _G BALLS STANDARDS dvf9FvZ O_vG aC HQvl Ov_G Hl ?vfaFZl IQvcOATl IQvt_G HatvA HC >Gvc .?_vD9ll IO9vl aC b9va*G Hvl YavFZl d8GavJ Uvct 9K_vMGOv=a k k .HGav_FG Hvl ?_vctWA Hvl aC GOJal 9JvA9p 9KvFa_ Havtc HC >Gvc HGa_FG Hvl ?v_ctWA BGPa df9vFZ_G Ov_G_G IO9l Hl ?favFZ*G BGQvt_G Ucc9r* ?r=9al HatA HC >Gc ,?clTQ_G ?vc_aO_G B9Tp9vF*G v ?lOMAT*G .IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G mGQG 280 - 260 9KFRa ,mT 67 - 65 IQt_G bcJl Havtc caQ 4,61 - 4,26( 2mT / mGQvG av_ct 0,325 - 0,30 xMGO_G AGaK_G bj] Hatc )?g=Ql ?Za= ct_ .)c9tT9= aAtJ aC Q9=c_l 318,82 - 294,3( The ball shall be spherical, made of a flexible leather or synthetic leather case with a bladder inside, made of rubber or a similar material. Its colour may be a uniform light colour or a combination of colours. Synthetic leather material and colour combinations of balls used in international official competitions should comply with FIVB standards. Its circumference is 65-67 cm and its weight is 260-280 g. Its inside pressure shall be 0.30 to 0.325 kg/cm2 (4.26 to 4.61 psi) (294.3 to 318.82 mbar or hPa). 3.2 UNIFORMITY OF BALLS All balls used in a match must have the same standards regarding circumference, weight, pressure, type, colour, etc. 3.1 3.1 FIVB, World and Official Competitions, as well as National or League Championships, must be played with FIVB approved balls, unless by agreement of FIVB. 3.3 THREE-BALL SYSTEM For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, three balls shall be used. In this case, six ball retrievers are stationed, one at each corner of the free zone and one behind each referee. 16 3 3.1 D10 D . 10 BGQv vtv _G Ov cvJavA 9lcp Ucc9r*G UpF= IGQ9=*G v ?vlOMAT*G BGQt_G hclvG HavtA HC >Gvc .Nv_E . . . Hav__Ga YavF_Ga bvj]_Ga HRav_Ga bcJ*9= s_gAc u_Pvta ?vcvlvTQv_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQv89a_G IQvtv__ dv_aOv _G O9vJADG B9vr=9Tlv_ Hl IOlAgl BGQt= >g__G mAc HC >Gc ,jQaOv_G B:aa= aC ?cFaav_G O9vJA:G cv=vr Hvl ?vrvpGav lv_G Bv lA GPE :E ,IQv89vav_G IQtv__ waO_G O9JA:G .IQv89v av_G IQvtv_v_ waO_G 3.2 BGQv vt E;v Dv_G m9v dvF mv Avc ?vcvlvTQv_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQv89a_G IQvtv__ dv_aOv _G O9vJADG B9vr=9Tlv_ ,BGQv t dv avrvAv_vl ?vAv T qvrvc ,?v_9vJ_G gPvJ dvpa ,BGQv t E;vD mGOMvAvTE .mvtvJ cv t qv v _vM Ov vJGaa IQv J_G ?v vrv avFv lv _G Hv l HvtQ cv t OvFvf Ov JGa 3.3 16
  • 19. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME dF9D_G cv v Zv v p_G CHAPTER 2 Hav v vtQ9Wlv _G PARTICIPANTS OfGar_G QdFG See Rules TEAMS 4.1 TEAM COMPOSITION 4.1.1 For the match, a team may consist of up to 12 players, plus sQv vpv _G 5.2 4.1.1.1, 5.2, 5.3 5.3 – Coaching Staff: one coach, a maximum of two assistant coaches, – Medical Staff: one team therapist and one medical doctor. 4.1.3 Only the players recorded on the score sheet may enter the court and play in the match. Once the coach and the team captain have signed the score sheet, (team list for electronic score sheet) the recorded players cannot be changed. :?p9]D9= ,>f: 12 bAJ scQp_G HatAc HC RaGc ,IGQ9=l__ 4 . 1 . 1 .{FDE {=QOl HcOf9Tl bZr.=a OJGa >QOl :{=QO*G ?8cJ .scQp__ OJGa jQW= >c=aa OJGa ?G_9g*G dZ9ZAME :?c=a_G ?8cK_G - HC >Gc ?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG B9r=9T* k 9r=Tl HcOlAgl ?G_9g*G dZ9ZAMEa jQW=_G >c=a_G Hatc .IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G ?aTGa= For FIVB, World and Official Competitions the medical doctor and team therapist must be accredited beforehand by the FIVB. One of the players, other than the Libero, is the team captain, who shall be indicated on the score sheet. 5.1, 19.1.3 5.1 19 . 1 . 3 1, 4.1.1, 5.1.1, 5.2.2 1,4.1.1 5.1.1 5.2.2 4.2 4.2.1 The players not in play should either sit on their team bench or be in their warm-up area. The coach and other team members sit on the bench, but may temporarily leave it. 1.4.5, 5.2.3, 7.3.3 The benches for the teams are located beside the scorer's table, outside the free zone. D1a, D1b Only the team composition members are permitted to sit on the bench during the match and to participate in the official warm-up session. 4.1.1, 7.2 Q9vWc HC >vGc jPv_G svcQp__ 9Tc8Q ,QvJ_G >vf;_G GOvf9l {v=f;_G OvJC Havtc 4 . 1 . 2 .cvcGTA_G IQ9vlATE dvp vc_E >vg_v_Ga >g_lv_G cavMO cvcGTA_G IQ9vlATE dvp {v_GTlv_G {v=f;_ bvrp sJvc 4 . 1 . 3 ?l89r( ,ccGTA_ IQ9lATE scQp_G Uc8Qa >QO*G hrac 9*9J .IGQ9v=*G dvp .Hc_GT*G {=f;_G |cjA Htlc : )?cFa~t_DG ccGTA_G IQ9lATD scQp_G LOCATION OF THE TEAM 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.1 ?raFl caMO ccGTA_G IQ9lATE zf Hc_GT*G A:CK_ brp RaGc .IGQ9=*G va dlTQ_G A9lJDG v ?tQ9W*Ga ?=rGQ*G/?r=9T*G Only those listed on the score sheet may normally enter the Competition/ Control Area and take part in the official warm up and in the match. 4.1.2 4 sv cQvpv_G Hvcav tvA 4 sv v cQvpv _G H9vtv v l 1.4.5 5.2.3 7.3.3 D . 1a, D .1b 4.1.1 7.2 Players not in play may warm-up without balls as follows: 4.2.3.1 during play: in the warm-up areas; svcQp_G Ogrl bv_f 9vlE ,>gv__G dvp {vtQ9W*G |vi Hav=f;_G U_Gvc HC >Gvc 4 . 2 . 1 A9v]fCa >QOlv_G U_Gvca ,mvKv= ?Z9vM_G A9lvJDG ?vraFl dvp OGGavA_G aC .9vAvrCvl vAQO9vjl mKFtlvc Hvt_a ,Ogr*G zf HcQM6G scQvp_G .IQvJ_G ?vraF*G LQ9vM cvGT*G ?_a9a >F9G= {vrcQvp_G Of9vrl hravl Havtc v ?tQ9W*Ga IGQ9=*G A9FDC Ogr*G zf Ua_G_G scQp_G A9]fF brp KlTc 4 . 2 . 2 .dlTQ_G A9lvJDG I~p :w9A_G aJF_G zf BGQvt HaO= A9lvJDG >g__G v {tQ9vW*G |vi {v=f;_ svJc 4 . 2 . 3 1.4.5, 8.1, D1a, D1b 4.2.3.2 during time-outs and technical time-outs: in the free zone behind their court. 4.2 1.3.3, 15.4 17 17 .A9lvJDG sa9vFl dvp : >gv__G A9vFvDC 4 . 2 . 3 . 1 1.3.3 15 . 4 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 1.4.5, 8.1 D . 1a, D . 1b .mvK=g_l q_M IQJ_G ?raF*G v :?cFp_G ?garAT*G B9raFGa ?garAT*G B9raFG A9vFvDC 4 . 2 . 3 . 2 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 20. 4.2.4 4.3 During set intervals, players may warm-up using balls within their own free zone. 18.1 18 . 1 EQUIPMENT BGaOFG A player's equipment consists of a jersey, shorts, socks (the uniform) and sport shoes. 4.3.1 The colour and the design for the jerseys, shorts and socks must be uniform for the team (except for the Libero). The uniforms must be clean. 4.3.2 Players' jerseys must be numbered from 1 to 20. 4.1, 19.2 4.1 19 . 2 The shoes must be light and pliable with rubber or composite soles without heels. 4.3.3 4.3.3.2 4.3.3.1 The number must be placed on the jersey at the centre of the front and of the back. The colour and brightness of the numbers must contrast with the colour and brightness of the jerseys. 4.3.3.2 4.3.4 The team captain must have on his/her jersey a stripe of 8 x 2 cm underlining the number on the chest. 4.3.5 It is forbidden to wear uniforms of a colour different from that of the other players (except for the Liberos), and/or without official numbers. 19.2 5.1 19 . 2 H9=f;_G GOvf9l( HcQvM6G {v=f;_G Hvf q_vAMl Hav_= Uv=;l AGOvAQE hFlvc 4 . 3 . 5 .?cvlvTQ m9vrQC HaOv= aC )HGQJ_G 4.4.2 to change wet or damaged uniforms between sets or after substitution, provided that the colour, design and number of the new uniform(s) are the same; 4.3, 15.5 4.4.3 to play in training suits in cold weather, provided that they are of the same colour and design for the whole team (except for the Liberos) and numbered according to Rule 4.3.3. 4.1.1, 19.2 4.5.1 It is forbidden to wear objects which may cause injury or give an artificial advantage to the player. 4.5.2 4.4 23 to play barefoot; FORBIDDEN OBJECTS BGaOFG Qv cv vcjv A 23 4.4.1 18 h]ac mT 862 U9cr= bcQW scQp_G Uc8Q ?_cF9p zf Hatc HC >Gc 4 . 3 . 4 .QOZ_G zf mrQ_G BJA CHANGE OF EQUIPMENT 4.5 AGPJa )?_D9lAl( >QGavGa BQavWa ?v_cF9p Hl >f;_G BGaOC HatAA .dv]9vcQ k GOJavl >QGaGv_G a B9vAQaW_G a B;vcF9p_G mvclZA a Hav_ Havtc HC >Gvc 4 . 3 . 1 .?pcdF U=;*G HatA HC >Gca )QJv_G >vf;_G GOvf9l( scQp__ k aC ,GQDC u~c : da9al cgF BGPa ?FQla ?pcpM ?cPJFG HatA HC >Gvc 4 . 3 . 2 .>avgt HaOv= >tQl 20 bv_E 1 Hvl {=vf;v_G B;vcF9vp mvrQA HC >Gvc 4 . 3 . 3 Y9pAQDG crc: HCa QOZ_G zf mT 15 Hf mrQ_G Y9pvAQE cvrc : HC >vGc 4 . 3 . 3 . 2 OJvt mT 2 m9vrQIv_ Hatlv_G bvcQW_G ^Qvf Hatvca ,QvKd_G zf mT 20 Hf .bvFOC 5.1 The 1st referee may authorize one or more players: 4.3 ,q_M_G Hvla m9vlFG Hvl qZAvF*G dvp ?v_cF9vp_G bv_vf mvrQv_G hv]avc HC >vGvc 4 . 3 . 3 . 1 k .B;cF9p_G Ma]aa Hav_ hl 9Fc9=Al m9vrQFG Ma]aa Ha_ Hatc HC >Gca 4.3.3.2 The number must be a minimum of 15 cm in height on the chest, and a minimum of 20 cm in height on the back. The stripe forming the numbers shall be a minimum of 2 cm in width. 4.4 ?Z9M_G IQJ_G ?raF*G v BGQt_9= A9lvJDG {=f;_ sJvc :?JGQ_G BGQvAp A9FvDC 4 . 2 . 4 .mK= : QvDtC aC >vf;_ M9lvT_G caFG mtvJ__ svJc k 9cv p9J >vg__G 4 . 4 . 1 4 . 3, 15 . 5 HavtA HC bQvW= cvcO=A_G Og= aC bGavWFG {= ?p_9A_G aC ?_A=v*G U=;*G |vcjA 4 . 4 . 2 .mvrQ_Ga mcvlZA_Ga Hav__G UpvF= IOcOG_G U=;*G mvclZA_Ga Ha__G UpFv= HatA HC bQW= ,OQ9=_G aG_G v >cQOA_G B:O== >g__G 4 . 4 . 3 k .4 . 3 . 3 IOvf9r__ 9rv=a ?vlrQla )HGQvJ_G H9=f;_G GOvf9l( svcQp_G OGQpC hclG_ 4.1.1 19 . 2 ?v vfavFv lv lv_G A9v vcv WFG 4.5 IRcl dagA aC ?v=9ZDG >=TA HC Htlvc dA_G A9vcWFG AGOAQE hFlvc 4 . 5 . 1 .>f;_ ?cf9FaZE Players may wear glasses or lenses at their own risk. .?Z9vM_G mKvAc_a8Tl bv_f B9vTOf aC BGQ9vdF_G Uv=_ {=vf;_ svJc 4 . 5 . 2 18
  • 21. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 5 TEAM LEADERS Both the team captain and the coach are responsible for the conduct and discipline of their team members. sv vcQv vpv _G IO9v v r 20 20 The Liberos cannot be either team or game captain. 5 A9]fC b9=]FEa ua_T Hvf {v_a8Tl 9lvJ;t >QO*Ga scQvp_G Uc8Q Hatc .9lKrcQp .baW__ aC scQp__ {Tc8Q 9Fatc HC HGQJ_G H9=f;_G hcaATc : 5.1 CAPTAIN 5.1.1 PRIOR TO THE MATCH, the team captain signs the score sheet and represents his/her team in the toss. 5.1.2 sv v cQvpv _G Uv v cv v8Q 7.1, 25.2.1.1 DURING THE MATCH and while on the court, the team captain is the game captain. When the team captain is not on the court, the coach or the team captain must assign another player on the court, but not the Libero, to assume the role of game captain. This game captain maintains his/her responsibilities until he/she is substituted, or the team captain returns to play, or the set ends. 15.2.1 When the ball is out of play, only the game captain is authorized to speak to the referees: 7 .1, 25 . 2 . 1 . 1 8.2 5.1.2.1 to ask for an explanation on the application or interpretation of the Rules, and also to submit the requests or questions of his/her teammates. If the game captain does not agree with the explanation of the 1st referee, he/she may choose to protest against such decision and immediately indicates to the 1st referee that he/she reserves the right to record an official protest on the score sheet at the end of the match; 15 . 2 . 1 8.2 23.2.4 23 . 2 . 4 v rcQp cDlvca ccGTA_G IQ9vlATE zf scQp_G Uvc8Q hrac IGQ9v=*G cv=r 5 . 1 . 1 .?vfQr_G k ,baW__ 9Tc8Q scQp_G Uc8Q Hatc ,>g_*G v gOGGaA a IGQ9=*G A9FDC 5 . 1 . 2 Ucv8Q aC >QOv*G bv_f >Gvc ,>g_*G dvp scQp_G Uc8Q OGGaAc : 9vlOFfa k m9cr_G cZGac_ ,QJ_G >f;v_G q;M= >g_*G v QMB 9=f: {vcgA svcQp_G _GO=ATE {J_ A9c_a8Tlv= GPJ baW_G Uc8Q QlATca ,baW_G Uc8Q QaO= .baW_G A9KAF@= aC >vg__G bv_E svcQp_G Uc8Q IOaf aC cavMlv_G OvcJav_G avJ bavW_G Uvc8Q Havtc ,>gv__G LQ9vM IQvt_G HavtA 9vlOFf .m9vtJv_G hvl EOJAv_9= k k ?_8TC aC B9v=_a 9]cC mOrca ,OfGar_G |vTpA aC sc=aA caJ 9J9]cE >v_ac 5 . 1 . 2 . 1 HC v_ sJvc ,caFG mvtJ_G M9v]c@= bavW_G Uvc8Q hvFArc mv_ GPEa ,8;lR k vd9pAJE GQap caFG mtJ__ |vWca ,QGQr_G GPJ cDl Ov] L9vGAJDG QQrc .IGQ9v=*G ?c9KvF OvFf cvcGTA_G IQ9vlATE bv_f dlvTQ L9GvAJE ccGTA sJv= 5.1.2.2 to ask authorization: a) to change all or part of the equipment, 7.4, 7.6 c) to check the floor, the net, the ball, etc.; 1.2, 2, 3 5.1.2.3 in the absence of the coach to request time-outs and substitutions. 5.1.3 : v= M9lT_G >_ac 5 . 1 . 2 . 2 4.3, 4.4.2 b) to verify the positions of the teams, AT THE END OF THE MATCH, the team captain: 7 . 4, 7 . 6 1 . 2, 2, 3 15, 3.1,15 . 4.1 6.3 .9Kv= A9vG 9vl QGQvrD cvcGTA_G IQ9vlATE bv_f hvraca m9vtJ_G QvtWc 5 . 1 . 3 . 1 5.1.2.1, 5.1.2.1, 25.2.3.2 :IGQ9v=*G ?c9KvF OvFf scQvp_G Ucv8Q mavrc 5 . 1 . 3 25.2.3.3 25.2.3.3 zf ccGTA_G a Oct.A_G RaGc ,caFG mtJ__ OOJ*G Bra_G v Q9gW:G OFf 5 . 1 . 3 . 2 k k g|TpA aC mtJ_G sc=aA [aZM= 9clTQ 9]G~fG ccGTA_G IQ9lATG .OfGar__ 25.2.3.2 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 .>QO*G >9ci ?_9J v B;vcO=A_Ga ?vgarATlv_G B9vraFG >_vac 5 . 1 . 2 . 3 15.5.2 6.3 5.1.3.2 may, when it has been notified in due time to the 1st referee, confirm and record on the score sheet an official protest regarding the referee’s application or interpretation of the rules. BGaOFG Hl ARvG aC cvt |vcjA - C {vrcQp_G RtGQvl Hvl srJvA_G - > .N_E . . . IQvt_Ga ?vt=W_Ga ?vc]QFG [vJp - L 4 . 3, 4 . 4 . 2 15.3.1, 15.4.1, 15.5.2 5.1.3.1 thanks the referees and signs the score sheet to ratify the result; 5.1 19 19 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 22. >QOv v vlv v_G 5.2 COACH 5.2.1 Throughout the match, the coach conducts the play of his/her team from outside the playing court. He/she selects the starting line-ups, the substitutes, and takes time-outs. In these functions his/her contacting official is the 2nd referee. 1.1, 7.3.2, 15.4.1, 15.5.2 5.2.2 PRIOR TO THE MATCH, the coach records or checks the names and numbers of his/her players on the score sheet, and then signs it. 4.1, 19.1.3, 25.2.1.1 5.2.3 DURING THE MATCH, the coach: 1.1 7.3.2, 15.4.1, 15.5.2 4.1 19 . 1 . 3 5.2.3.2 sits on the team bench nearest to the scorer, but may leave it; 4.2 5.2.3.3 requests time-outs and substitutions; 15.4, 15.5 5.2.3.4 may, as well as other team members, give instructions to the players on the court. The coach may give these instructions while standing or walking within the free zone in front of his/her team’s bench from the extension of the attack line up to the warm-up area, without disturbing or delaying the match. 1.3.4, 1.4.5, D2 7.3.2, 7.4,7.6 HGQaO_G >vcAQA ?rQa cGT*G aC dF9D_G mtJ_G baW ct c=r dvagc 5 . 2 . 3 . 1 .?vgrala I9paATl 4.2 .vAQO9jl _ sJvc Htv_a ,cvGT*G bv_E >QvrFG svcQp_G Ogrl bv_f Uv_Gc 5 . 2 . 3 . 2 15 . 4, 15 . 5 .B;vcOv=A_Ga ?vgarAT*G B9vraFG >_vac 5 . 2 . 3 . 3 1.3.4 ,>g_*G v {=f;_ B9vlc_gA A9vafE HcQM6G svcQp_G A9v]fC u_Pta v_ sJvc 5 . 2 . 3 . 4 k k ?raF*G OaOJ v 9cW9l aC 9prGa 9lE B9lc_gA_G gPvJ A9vafE >QOvl__ svJca HaO A9vlJDG ?vraFl bAJ maGK_G ?raFl OGOvAlE Hvl vrcQp Ogrl m9vlC IQvJ_G .IGQ9v=lv__ |vM.vA aC L9vfRE 1.4.5 D1a, D1b, D2 D.2 D . 1a, D . 1b 20 The assistant coach sits on the team bench, but has no right to intervene in the match. 5.3.2 Should the coach have to leave his/her team for any reason including sanction, but excluding entering the court as a player, an assistant coach may assume the coach's functions for the duration of the absence, once confirmed to the referee by the game captain. D.2 ASSISTANT COACH 5.3.1 zf vc=f: m9rQCa A9lvTC Hl Ovt.Ac aC >QO*G cvGTc ,IGQ9v=*G cv=r 5 . 2 . 2 .9Kvc_f hvcraA_G mvD cvcGTA_G IQ9vlATE : >QOlv_G mavrc ,IGQ9v=*G A9vFDC 5 . 2 . 3 7.3.2, 7.4, 7.6 5.3 LQ9M Hl vrcQp B9tQJA vcGaA= >QO*G mavrc ,IGQ9=*G I~p iOl bv_f 5 . 2 . 1 B9vraFG PvM.vca A:Ov=v_Ga dvT9vTFG HGQaOv_G >vcvAQvA Q9vAvMvca ,>vgv_*G .dF9D_G mvtJ_G avJ {clvTQ_G hl va9=AQG Havtc B9lK*G gPJ v ,?garAT*G 25 . 2 . 1 . 1 5.2.3.1 prior to each set, gives the 2nd referee or the scorer the line-up sheet(s) duly filled in and signed; For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the coach is restricted to performing his/her function behind the coach’s restriction line. 5.2 OcrAc ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G B9r=9T* .>QO*G OccrA bM q_M Apcda AGOF >QO*G >QOv v lv _G Ov f9v v Tv vl 5.1.2, 5.2 5.1.2 5.2 5.3 .IGQ9v=*G v cMOA_G _ svJc : Ht_a svcQp_G Ovgrl zf >QOv*G Ovf9Tl Uv_Gc 5 . 3 . 1 k caMO hFlc Ft_a ,?=arg_G ;l9W >=T jF rcQp_ >QO*G uQA mRA_G GPE 5 . 3 . 2 9*9J ,=9ci I~p_ >QO*G m9Kl= m9cr_G >QO*G Of9T* RaGc ,>f;t >g_*G .baW_G Uc8Q ?aTGa= mtJ__ OtCc 20
  • 23. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME dF9D_G cv v Zv v p_G CHAPTER 3 >v v gv v v_v_G cv v vtv vW PLAYING FORMAT OfGar_G QdFG See Rules 6 6.1 TO SCORE A POINT 6.1.1 IGQ9v=v vlv _Ga bavWv _9= Rav pv_G ,?v avrvF cvcv GTAv_ ?v v avrvF ccv Gv TvAv_ TO SCORE A POINT, TO WIN A SET AND THE MATCH Point ?v v avrv Fv _G 6 . 1 . 1 : ?varF svcQp_G cvGvTc A team scores a point: 6.1.1.2 when the opponent team commits a fault; 6.1.2 6.1.1.3 when the opponent team receives a penalty. 10 . 1 . 1 8.3, 10.1.1 16.2.3, 21.3.1 6.1.2 ..vaM Up9vF*G svcQp_G >vtAQc 9vlOFf 6 . 1 . 1 . 2 16 . 2 . 3 .QGPvF@= Up9vF*G svcQp_G iR9vGc 9vlOFf 6 . 1 . 1 . 3 21 . 3 . 1 Fault .vavM_G 6 . 1 . 2 k k ?rcQa= 9Kt9KAF9= aC( OfGar__ 9p_9Ml >g__G cgG= .aM scQp_G >tAQc k .OfGavr__ 9vr=a Hv89AF_G GaOOJvc a A9vaMFG m9vtJ_G QOrc ,)iQMC A team commits a fault by making a playing action contrary to the rules (or by violating them in some other way). The referees judge the faults and determine the consequences according to the rules: 6.1.2.1 if two or more faults are committed successively, only the first one is counted; 6.1.2.2 if two or more faults are committed by opponents simultaneously, a DOUBLE FAULT is called and the rally is replayed. 6.1.3 .bvrvp caFG .vaM_G >vTJc ,dv_GavA_G bv_f QvDtC aC .vaM >vtAQC GPE 6 . 1 . 2 . 1 6 . 1 . 2, 6.1.2, D11 (23) D. 11 (23) Rally and completed rally A rally is the sequence of playing actions from the moment of the service hit by the server until the ball is out of play. A completed rally is the sequence of playing actions which results in the award of a point. 8.1, 8.2, 12.2.2.1, 15.2.3, 15.11.1.3, 19.3.2.1, 19.3.2.9 8 . 1, 8 . 2 12.2.2.1, 15.2..3 15.11.1.3, 19.3.2.1 19.3.2.9 6.1.3.1 If the serving team wins a rally, it scores a point and continues to serve. th A set (except the deciding 5 set) is won by the team which first scores 25 points with a minimum lead of two points. In the case of a 24-24 tie, play is continued until a two-point lead is achieved (26-24; 27-25; …). clAt*G caGOA_Ga caGOA_G 6 . 1 . 3 ?aTGa= c9TQ:G ?=Q] ?dJ_ Hl >g__G B9tQJ B9g=A Hf IQ9=f caGOA_G .>vg__G LQ9M IQvt_G HavtA bAJ cTQ*G caZJ_G 9KAGcAF HatAa >g__G B9tQJ >r9gA Hf IQ9=f clAt*G caGOA_G .?arF zf .w9A_G c9TQD9= mavrc HC >Gvc a ?varF RQJc ,caGOA_9= c=rAT*G scQp_G R9vp GPE 6 . 1 . 3 . 2 D11 (9) TO WIN A SET .vaM >vTJvc ,OvJGa Bvra dvp {vTp9FA*G ?vaTGa= QDtC aC .vaM >vtAQC GPE 6 . 1 . 2 . 2 .caGOA_G O9vgc a LaORvl .c9TQD9= QlvATca ?varvF RQvJc ,caGOvA_9= cvTQ*G svcQpv_G R9vp GPE 6 . 1 . 3 . 1 6.1.3.2 If the receiving team wins a rally, it scores a point and it must serve next. 6.2 .Uvp9F*G >vg_l bv_f M9vGF= IQvt_G m9vaAQG 6 . 1 . 1 . 1 8.3 6.1.1.1 by successfully grounding the ball on the opponent’s court; 6.1.2 6 6.1 D.11 (9) 6.3.2 6.3.2 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 21 21 bav v Wv _9v= Rav vpv _G k crFG zf {vAarF mOrAv=a :aC ?varF 25 cGTc jP_G svcQp_G baWv_9= Rapvc QvlATc ,24 - 24 cO9gAv_G ?_9J va ,)Ul9M_G - cZ9p_G baW_G v GOvf9vl( .)... ,25 - 27 ,24 - 26( .{AarF RGQJE yE cvZc bvAJ >g__G 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G 6.2
  • 24. 6.3 TO WIN THE MATCH D11 (9) 6.3.1 The match is won by the team that wins three sets. 6.2 6.3.2 In the case of a 2-2 tie, the deciding 5th set is played to 15 points with a minimum lead of 2 points. 7.1 6.4 If a team refuses to play after being summoned to do so, it is declared in default and forfeits the match with the result 0-3 for the match and 0-25 for each set. 6.4.2 A team that is declared INCOMPLETE for the set or for the match, loses the set or the match. The opponent team is given the points, or the points and the sets, needed to win the set or the match. The incomplete team keeps its points and sets. 7 7.1 ?varvF 15 yE )Ul9Mv_G( cvZ9p_G bavW_G >g_c 2 - 2 cO9gA_G ?_9vJ dvp 6 . 3 . 2 .bFOC OJt {vAarvF mOvrvA=a 6.2, 6.3 6 . 2, 6 . 3 6.2, 6.3, 7.3.1 6 . 2, 6 . 3 7.3.1 Before the match, the 1st referee carries out a toss to decide upon the first service and the sides of the court in the first set. 12.1.1 If a deciding set is to be played, a new toss will be carried out. 7.1.1 The toss is taken in the presence of the two team captains. 5.1 7.1.2 The winner of the toss chooses: ?v vfQv vrv _G 6.3.2 12 . 1 . 1 6.3.2 .IOvcOvG ?vfQr AGQvGE mAvc F@vp ,cZ9vp_G bavWv_G >gv_ QQvrA GPE .{vrcQp_G dvTc8Q Qav]J dvp ?fQvr_G iQvGA 7 . 1 . 1 12 . 1 . 1 : ?fQvr_9= R89vp_G Q9vAMc 7 . 1 . 2 9vlE .c9vTQDG c9v=rATE aC c9vTQDG dvp svJ_G 7 . 1 . 2 . 1 12.1.1 aC >vg_lv_G >vF9vG 7 . 1 . 2 . 2 7.1.2.2 the side of the court. The loser takes the remaining choice. 22 Prior to the match, if the teams have previously had a playing court at their disposal, they are entitled to a 6-minute official warm-up period together at the net; if not, they may have 10 minutes. If either captain requests separate (consecutive) official warm-ups at the net, the teams are allowed 3 minutes each or 5 minutes each. .dvr=Alv_G Q9cvAMDG QvT9M_G PvM.c OFFICIAL WARM-UP SESSION 7.2.2 7.1 5.1 OR 7.2.1 7. c9vTQDG 9K=Gal= OOvJAc ?vfQrv_G AGQvG@= IGQ9v=*G cv=r caFG mvtJv_G mavrc .caFG bavW_G dvp >g_lv_G d=vF9vGa caFG EITHER 7.2 aC baW_G QTMvc vF@p ,IGQ9=*G aC baW__ clAtl |i scQp_G Hv_fC GPE 6 . 4 . 3 Rap__ ?v=a_a*G bGaWFGa b9rF_G aC b9rF_G Up9F*G scQp_G bavgca IGQ9=*G .vaGavWCa va9rF= clAt*G |vi svcQp_G evpAJca IGQ9v=*G aC baW_9= >v vgv _v_G m9v v dv vF THE TOSS 7.1.2.1 the right to serve or to receive the service, cv lvAvtv lv v_G Qv cv i sv cQv pv _Ga qv_vMv Av _G 6.4 k )9vp_MAvl( H_vgc vF@vp ,uv_P vFl >v_avc HC Ovg= >vg__G scQvp_G ^vpQc 9lOvFf 6 . 4 . 1 .bavW cvt_ 25 - QpZ a IGQ9=l__ 3 - QpZ ?vGcAF= IGQ9=*G QTMca ,cavrgl Q}l HaO OOJlv_G Bra_G v >vg_*G ^QC zf scQp_G OvGGaAc mv_ GPE 6 . 4 . 2 k .6. . 4 . 1 IOvf9vr_G dvp avJ 9lvt ?vGcAF_G UvpF=a 9vp_MAl }Agc vF@p STRUCTURE OF PLAY 7.1 6.3 .bGavWC ?vD;Dv= Ravpvc jPv_G svcQp_G IGQ9v=*9= Rapvc 6 . 3 . 1 A team that, without justifiable reason, does not appear on the playing court on time is declared in default with the same result as in Rule 6.4.1. 6.4.3 IGQ9v =vlv_9v= Ravpv_G 6.2 DEFAULT AND INCOMPLETE TEAM 6.4.1 D . 11 (9) A9v v v lv v JDG IQv Av p 7.2 k bagA ,9r=Tl 9lKpQZA BJA QMB >g_l {rcQp_G iO_ H9t GPE ,IGQ9=v*G cv=r 7 . 2 . 1 k .s89rO 10 9lK_ sJc F@p Htc m_ GPEa ,?t=W_G OFf 9gl s89rO 6 A9lJE I~p 7.2.1 7.2.1 RaGcp ,?t=W_G OFf )wGaA_G zf( cZpFl A9lJE scQp__ Uc8Q jC >_a GPE 7 . 2 . 2 .scQp ct_ s89rO UlM aC s89rO E;D_ u_P= {rcQp__ 22
  • 25. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 7.2.3 In the case of consecutive official warm-ups, the team that has the first service takes the first turn at the net. 7.3 TEAM STARTING LINE-UP 7.3.1 There must always be six players per team in play. 6.4.3 The team's starting line-up indicates the rotational order of the players on the court. This order must be maintained throughout the set. 7.6 Before the start of each set, the coach has to present the starting line-up of his/her team on a line-up sheet. The sheet is submitted, duly filled in and signed, to the 2nd referee or the scorer. 5.2.3.1, 24.3.1, 25.2.1.2 7.3.3 The players who are not in the starting line-up of a set are the substitutes for that set (except the Liberos). 7.3.2, 15.5 7.3.4 Once the line-up sheet has been delivered to the 2nd referee or scorer, no change in the line-up may be authorized without a regular substitution. 15.2.2, 15.5, D11 (5) 7.3.5 Discrepancies between players’ position on court and on the line-up sheet are dealt with as follows: 24.3.1 7.3.2 7.1.2.1, 7.2.2 7.1.2.1,7.2.2 6.4.3 7.6 5.2.3.1 24 . 3 . 1, 25 . 2 . 1 . 2 7 . 3 . 2, 15 . 5 15.2.2, 15.5 D11 (5) sv cQv pv __ dT9v TFG HGQaOv v_G >vcAQv A 7.3 k .>g__G dvp svcQp cvt_ {=vf: ?vAT 9vl8GO OvGGaAvc HC >Gvc 7 . 3 . 1 >vGc a ,>gv_*G dvp {v=f;_G HGQaO >vcAQA scQvp__ dvT9TFG >vcA~_G |Wc .bavWv_G cGava >vcAQvA_G GPvJ bv_vf ?vdvp9Jv*G zf rcQp_ dT9vTFG HGQaOv_G >vcAQA >QOlv_G mOvrc baW ct ?vcGO= cv=r 7 . 3 . 2 mtvJ_G yE vgrala I9vpaATl ?vrQa_G gPvJ mv_TAa ,HGQaOv_G >vcAQA ?v rQa .cvGT*G aC dF9vD_G A:Ov=_G mvJ baW__ dvT9TFG HGQaO_G >vcAQA v {v_GT*G |vi Ha=f;_G 7 . 3 . 3 .)HGQJ_G H9=f;_G GOvf9l( bavW_G uv_P_ RaGc : ,cvGTlv_G aC dvF9D_G mvtJ__ HGQaOv_G >vcAQA ?vrQa mvc_TA OQGlv= 7 . 3 . 4 .jO9vf cvcOv=A HaOv= |vcvjA j.v= M9lvT_G 7.3.5.3 however, if the coach wishes to keep such non-recorded player(s) on the court, he/she has to request regular substitution(s), by use of the corresponding hand signal, which will then be recorded on the score sheet. RtGQl KvcJZA >Gc ,baW_G ?cGO= c=r ^Q9vgA_G GPJ cvDl qWAtc 9vlOFf 7 . 3 . 5 . 1 k .AGRG u9vFJ Havtc :a ,HGQaO_G >cAQA ?vrQa= OavGal aJ 9lv_ 9r=a {v=f;_G >vcAQA ?vrQa v cGTvl |vi >vg_*G v >vf: OvGa GPE baW_G ?vcGO= cv=r 7 . 3 . 5 . 2 k ,HGQaOv_G >vcAQA ?vrQa_ 9vr=a >f;_G GPvJ ccO=A >vGc ,baW_G u_P_ HGQaOv_G .AGRvG u9vFvJ Hatvc :a 15 . 2 . 2, 7.3.2 HGQaOv_G >vcAQA ?vrQa v 9vla >g_*G v {=f;_G RtGQvl {= B9]Q9vgA_G 7 . 3 . 5 :w9A_G bfGQc 7.3.2 7.3.2 7.3.5.2 when, before the start of the set, any player on court is found not to be registered on the line-up sheet of that set, this player must be changed to conform to the line-up sheet – there will be no sanction; 24 . 3 . 1 7.3.2 7.3.5.1 when such a discrepancy is discovered before the start of the set, players' positions must be rectified according to those on the line-up sheet – there will be no sanction; |vi ){=f;_G( >vf;_ GPJ cDl zf A9r=DG v >QO*G OGQC GPE ,c9vJ jC zfa 7 . 3 . 5 . 3 jPv_Ga jO9f )B;cO=A( cvcO=A >_a vc_f >Gc ,>vg_*G dvp cvGT*G .cvcGTAv_G IQ9vlATE zf Pv8Ovg= cvGTcT ,HGQaO_G >cAQA ?rQaa {=f;_G RtGQl {= Og= 9lcp ^Q9gA_G qWAtG GPEa .?JcJZ_G RtGQ*G yE IOag_G @aM*G scQp_G zf >Gc c9TQDGa ?arF zf cZJc FC ?p9]D9= ?cQ9T Up9F*G scQp_G b9rF cdA .w9A_G o ?dJ__G Hl .aM_G OFf scQp_G ?aTGa= ?_GT*G b9rF_G hclG bj_A ..aM_G q9WAtG bAJ .aM__ ?JcJZ_G 15.2.2, D11 (5) D11 (5) If a discrepancy between players’ positions and the line-up sheet is discovered later, the team at fault must revert to the correct positions. The opponent’s points remain valid and in addition they receive a point and the next service. All points scored by the team at fault from the exact moment of the fault up to the discovery of the fault are cancelled. 7.3.5.4 Where a player is found to be on court but he/she is not registered on the score sheet list of players, the opponent’s points remain valid, and in addition they gain a point and service. The team at fault will lose all points and/or sets (0:25, if necessary) gained from the moment the nonregistered player entered the court, and will have to submit a revised line-up sheet and send a new registered player into the court, in the position of the non-registered player. gQaO PM.c c9TQDG cO_ jP_G scQp_G H@p ,dlTQ_G A9lJDG >r9gA ?_9J v 7 . 2 . 3 k .?t=W_G OFf :aC 6.1.2, 7.3.2 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 6.1.2, 7.3.2 23 23 IQ9lATE zf scQp_G ?l89r Hl] cGTl |i Ft_a >g_*G v >f;_G OGGaAc 9lOFf 7 . 3 . 5 . 4 .c9TQDGa ?arF >Ttc FC ?p9]D9= ,?cQ9T Up9F*G b9rF cdA ,ccGTA_G k dA_G )9cQaQ] H9t GPE 0:25( bGaWFG aC/a b9rF_G ct @aM*G scQp_G QTMc >cAQA ?rQa mcOrA c_f >Gca ,>g_*G cGT*G |i >f;_G caMO ?dJ_ PFl 9K=Tt .cGT*G |i >f;_G RtQl= >g_*G cMGO yE cGTl OcOG >f: c9TQEa HGQaO_G 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 26. 7.4.1 POSITIONS D4 At the moment the ball is hit by the server, each team must be positioned within its own court in the rotational order (except the server). 7.4 7.6.1, 8.1, 12.4 D.4 7.6.1, 8.1 12.4 The positions of the players are numbered as follows: 7.4.1.2 the other three are back-row players occupying positions 5 (back-left), 6 (back-centre) and 1 (back-right). .{v=f;_G RtGQvl {v= ?_vZ_G 7 . 4 . 2 qZAF*G bM Hl Ovg=C RtQl v Havtc HC dvp_M qZ >vf: ct zf >Gvc 7 . 4 . 2 . 1 .dvl9lFG qvZ_G dvp v_ cvD9l*G >f;v_G Hvl 7.4.2.2 the front-row players and the back-row players, respectively, must be positioned laterally in the order indicated in Rule 7.4.1. The positions of players are determined and controlled according to the positions of their feet contacting the ground as follows: D4 7.4.3.1 each front-row player must have at least a part of his/her foot closer to the centre line than the feet of the corresponding back-row player; 1.3.3 7.4.3.2 each right (left) side player must have at least a part of his/her foot closer to the right (left) sideline than the feet of the centre player in that row. 1.3.2 7.4.4 D.4 v wGavA_G zf dp_M_G qZ_G a=f:a dl9lFG qZ_G a=f: Havtc HC >Gvc 7 . 4 . 2 . 2 .7 . 4 . 1 IOvf9vr_G dvp K]av*G >vcA~v__ 9vrvpa d=vF9G hv]a k :w9vA_9vt ^QIv_ ?vTl;lv_G mvKlGOvrC hrGa* 9r=a 9vKA=rGQl mAAa {=f;_G RvtGQl OOJvA 7 . 4 . 3 1.3.3 >QvrC dl9lFG qZ_G d=f: Hl jC mOvr Hl crFG zf ARG Hatc HC >Gvc 7 . 4 . 3 . 1 .v_ cvD9llv_G dpv_M_G qvZ_G >vf: dvlOr Hl qvZAF*G bvM yE 1.3.2 >QvrC )QTcFG( HlvcFG >F9G_G >f: mOr Hl cvrFG zf ARG Hatc HC >vGc 7 . 4 . 3 . 2 .qZ_G u_P v bTa_G >f: dlOr Hl )QTcFG( HlcFG d=F9G_G bM_G yE After the service hit, the players may move around and occupy any position on their court and the free zone. 7.5 POSITIONAL FAULT 7.5.1 The team commits a positional fault, if any player is not in his/her correct position at the moment the ball is hit by the server. This includes when a player is on court through illegal substitution. 7.3, 7.4, 15.9 ?raF*Ga mK=g_l v RtQl jC cjWa uQJA_G IQt_G c9TQE Ovg= {=f;_ sJc 7 . 4 . 4 .IQJ_G D4, D11 (13) D.4, D.11(13) 7 . 3, 7 . 4, 7.5.2 If the server commits a serving fault at the moment of the service hit, the server's fault is counted before a positional fault. 12.4, 12.7.1 7.5.3 If the service becomes faulty after the service hit, it is the positional fault that will be counted. 12.7.2 7.5.4 ct Hatc HC >Gc ,cTQ*G ?vaTGa= IQt_G 9K= >Qv]A dA_G ?dJ__G dvp .)cvTQlv_G GOvf 9lvcp( HGQaOv_G >vcAQvA_ 9vrvpa v=gv_l cvMGO scQp 5 RtGQv*G Hav_jvWc HvcP_G dvp_M_G qvZ_G av=f: mKp HaQvM6G ?D;vD_G 9vlC 7 . 4 . 1 . 2 .)HlvcC dvp_M( 1 a )bvTaC dvp_vM( 6 ,)QTvcC dvp_M( Relative positions between players: 7.4.2.1 each back-row player must be positioned further back from the centre line than the corresponding front-row player; 7.4.3 7.4 : w9vA_9t {v=f;v_G RtGQvl mvrQA 7 . 4 . 1 Hav_jWc dvl9lFG qZ_G av=f: mvJ ?t=W_G caa bv_f ?D;D_G Hav=f;_G 7 . 4 . 1 . 1 .)HlcC dl9vlC( 2 a )bvTaC dvl9vlC( 3 ,)QvTcC dvl9vlC( 4 RtGQlv_G 7.4.1.1 the three players along the net are front-row players and occupy positions 4 (front-left), 3 (front-centre) and 2 (front-right); 7.4.2 Rv v vtGQv v lv v _G 15 . 9 12 . 4 12 . 7 .1 12 . 7 .2 A positional fault leads to the following consequences: 7.5.4.1 the team is sanctioned with a point and service to the opponent; 6.1.3 7.5.4.2 players' positions must be rectified. 7.3, 7.4 Rv v tQv vlv _G .v v av v M 7.5 v KcJZ_G gRtQl v >f: jC Htc m_ GPE RtQ*G .aM svcQp_G >tAQvc 7 . 5 . 1 .cTQlv_G ?aTGav= IQvt_G 9vKcp >Q]A dAv_G ?vdJ__G .dFaF9r |i ccO=A c;M Hl >g_*G v >f: OGGaAc 9lOFf GPJ clWc .vaM H@p c9vTQDG ?v=Q] ?vdJv_ dvp c9vTQE .vaM cTQlv_G >tAQc 9vlOvFf 7 . 5 . 2 .RvtQ*G .vaM cv=r >TJc cvTQ*G k jP_G aJ RtQ*G .aM H@p c9TQDG ?v=Q] Og= 98a9M c9TQDG K=Zc 9lOFf 7 . 5 . 3 .>TAJc : ?cv_9A_G Hv89AF_G bv_E RvtQ*G .vaM jOCvc 7 . 5 . 4 6.1.3 7 . 3, 7 . 4 24 .Up9Fl__ c9TQDGa ?arF= scQvp_G iR9vGc 7 . 5 . 4 . 1 .{v=f;_G RvtGQl KcvJZA >Gc 7 . 5 . 4 . 2 24
  • 27. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 7.6 ROTATION 7.6.1 The rotational order is determined by the team's starting line-up and controlled with the service order and players' positions throughout the set. 7.3.1, 7.4.1, 12.2 7.6.2 When the receiving team has gained the right to serve, its players rotate one position clock-wise: the player in position 2 rotates to position 1 to serve, the player in position 1 rotates to position 6, etc. 12.2.2.2 12 . 2 . 2 . 2 7.7 ROTATIONAL FAULT D11 (13) D . 11 (13) 7.7.1 A rotational fault is committed when the SERVICE is not made according to the rotational order. It leads to the following consequences: 7.6.1, 12 7.6.1 HGQaOv v v _G 7 . 3 . 1, 7 . 4 . 1, 12 . 2 7.6 Hl vA=rGQl mAAa ,scQp__ dvT9TFG >cA~_G ?vaTGa= HGQaOv_G >cvAQA OOJvc 7 . 6 . 1 .bavW_G cGava Hvcv=f;v_G RvtGQvla c9vTQDG >vcvAQvA c;vM k k GOJGa GRtQl ga=f: QaOc ,c9TQDG v sJv_G c=rAT*G scQp_G >Ttc 9vlOFf 7 . 6 . 2 ,cvT|v_ 1 RvtQl bv_E 2 RvtQl dvp >vf;_G QaOvc : ?vf9T_G >Qvrvf g9GAE v .Nv_E . . . 6 RvtQvl bv_E 1 RvtQvl dvp >vf;v_G QaOvca 12 7.7.1.1 the team is sanctioned with a point and service to the opponent; 7.7.1.2 the players' rotational order must be rectified. Additionally, the scorer should determine the exact moment when the fault was committed, and all points scored subsequently by the team at fault must be cancelled. The opponent's points remain valid. If that moment cannot be determined, no point(s) cancellation takes place, and a point and service to the opponent is the only sanction. {v=f;_G HGQaO >vcAQvA KcJvZA >Gc 7 . 7 . 1 . 2 25 . 2 . 2 . 2 25.2.2.2 .Up9Fl__ c9TQDGa ?arF= svcQp_G iR9vGvc 7 . 7 . 1 . 1 7.6.1 7.6.1 7.7.2 6.1.3 6.1.3 HGQaOv v _G .v v av v vM 7.7 k jOCvca HGQaOv_G >vcA~_ 9vr=a c9TQDG jOCvc : 9lOvFf HGQaOv_G .vaM >tAQvc 7 . 7 . 1 : ?vc_9Av_G H89vAFv_G bv_E dA_G ?JcJZ_G ?dJ__G ?rO= OOvJc HC cGT*G zf {vgAc ,u_P yE ?p9]D9= 7 . 7 . 2 ?vaTGa= ?_GT*Ga u_P_ ?c_9A_G b9rF_G hcvlG A9j_E >Gca ,.aM_G 9Kcp >tAQE .?cQ9T Uvp9F*G scQvp_G b9rF cdAa ,@aM*G svcQp_G 6.1.3 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 6.1.3 25 25 AGRG_Ga )b9vrF_G( ?varvF_G A9vj_E mAc : ,?vdJ__G u_A OvcOJA QPvgAc 9vlOFf .Up9Fl__ c9TQDGa ?arF aJ OcJav_G 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 28. h=GQ_G cv v Zv v p_G CHAPTER 4 >v v gv v v_v_G B9v v vtQJ PLAYING ACTIONS See Rules 8 >v vgv _v_G B:9v J >v vgv v _v_G dv p IQv vtv v_G STATES OF PLAY 8.1 OfGar_G QdFG BALL IN PLAY The ball is in play from the moment of the hit of the service authorized by the 1st referee. 8.2 12, 12.3 D . 11 (14) BALL ”IN” D11 (14), D12 (1) 1.1, 1.3.2 1.1 1.3.2 8.3 baaM_G u_P v 9l= >vg_*G ^QC Ul_A 9vlOFf "cvMGO" IQt_G HatA .?vcOaOJ_G "LQ9v v vM" IQv tv v_G 8.4 : 9lOFf " LQ9M " IQt_G HatA BALL “OUT” 8.4.1 the part of the ball which contacts the floor is completely outside the boundary lines; 1.3.2, D11 (15), D12 (2) 8.4.2 it touches an object outside the court, the ceiling or a person out of play; D11 (15), D12 (4) 8.4.3 it touches the antennae, ropes, posts or the net itself outside the side bands; 2.3, D3, D5a, D11 (15), D12 (4) 8.4.4 it crosses the vertical plane of the net either partially or totally outside the crossing space, except in the case of Rule 10.1.2; 2.3, D5a, D5b, D11 (15), D12 (4) it crosses completely the lower space under the net. 23.3.2.3f, D5a, D11 (22) 1.3.2 D . 11 (15), D . 12 (2) D . 11 (15), .cl9t_9= ?cOaOJ_G baaM_G LQ9M ^QFG Ul_c jP_G IQt_G ARG Hatc 8 . 4 . 1 k k .>g__G LQ9M 9ZMW aC qrT_G aC >g_*G LQ9M 9lTG Ul_A 8 . 4 . 2 D . 12 (4) 2.3 D.5a, D . 11(15), D . 12 (4) 2.3 D.5a, D5b, D11 (15), D . 12 (4) 23 . 3 . 2 . 3 . D . 5a D . 11 (22) 26 "cv v MGO" IQv vtv _G D . 12 (1) D . 11 (15) The ball is “out” when: 8.4.5 8.2 IQp9Z_G c_f Br_aC jP_G .aM_G ?dJ_ OFf >g__G LQ9M IQt_G HatA .IQp9Z_G ?dJ_ OFf ,.aM_G OaGa mOf ?_9J va ,{ltJ_G OJC ?aTGa= The ball is “in” when it touches the floor of the playing court including the boundary lines. 8.4 mtJ_G ?vaTGa= 9K= MQZ*G c9TQDG ?=Q] ?dJ_ PFl >g__G v IQt_G HatA .caFG >v vgv _v_G LQ9v v M IQv tv v_G BALL OUT OF PLAY The ball is out of play at the moment of the fault which is whistled by one of the referees; in the absence of a fault, at the moment of the whistle. 8.3 12, 12 . 3 8. 8.1 LQ9M 9KTpF ?t=W_G aC {l89r_G ,c9=J_G ,{Ac8GaK_G {A9Zg_G Ul_A 8 . 4 . 3 .?c=F9G_G ?aQWFG k k Qa=g_G c9Gl LQ9M 9c8RG bAJ aC 9c_t ?vt=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G }gA 8 . 4 . 4 .10 . 1 . 2 IOf9r_G v ?_9J_G A9FDAT9= .?t=W_G BJA xpT_G c9G*G cl9t_9= }gA 8 . 4 . 5 26
  • 29. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 9 PLAYING THE BALL IQv vtv _G >v vgv _ Each team must play within its own playing area and space . 1 . 2 IOf9r_G A9FDAT9=( =g_ c9Gla ?raFl v scQp ct >g_c HC >Gc .IQJ_G ?raF*G q_M Hl IQt_G IO9gATE c9J ct zf RaGca ,)10 (except Rule 10.1.2). The ball may, however, be retrieved from beyond the free zone. 9.1 scQp_G B9=Q] 14.4.1 14.4.1 The team is entitled to a maximum of three hits (in addition to blocking), for returning the ball. If more are used, the team commits the fault of “FOUR HITS”. {Ac_9AAl {AQl IQt_G >Q]c HC >f;_ RaGc: .)9 . 2 . 3a 14 . 2a 14 . 4 . 2 OfGar_G A9FDAT9=( 9 . 2 . 3, 14 . 2, 14 . 4 . 2 9.2.3, 14.2, 14.4.2 ?vFvlGRvAv lv_G B9vTv vlv __G 9 . 1 . 2 (except Rules 9.2.3, 14.2 and 14.4.2). .?vdJ__G UvpF dvp IQvt_G ?vD;D aC H9v=f: Ul_vc HC svJc SIMULTANEOUS CONTACTS )?D;D( {A=Q] u_P >TAJc ,HlGRA_9= IQt_G )?D;D( H;clR Ul_c 9lOFf 9 . 1 . 2 . 1 9KTl_c Ht_a IQt_G yE caZa_G Ha_a9Jc 9lOFfa ,)OZ_G A9FDAT9=( ..aM {=f;_G mGOaZE ctWc:a ,IOJGa ?=Q] >TAJA ,mJOJC Two or three players may touch the ball at the same moment. 9.1.2.1 When two (or three) team-mates touch the ball simultaneously, it is counted as two (or three) hits (with the exception of blocking). If they reach for the ball, but only one of them touches it, one hit is counted. A collision of players does not constitute a fault. ,>g__G v IQt_G cdAa ,?t=W_G sap HlGRA_9= IQt_G H9Tp9FAl Ul_c 9lOFf 9 . 1 . 2 . 2 >JPA 9lOFfa ,iQMC B9=Q] E;D v ?crJFG IQt__ c=rAT*G scQp__ Hatc k .?cTtg_G ?KG_G v jP_G scQp_G .aM F@p ,"9GQ9M" IQt_G u_A cDl 9.1.2.2 When two opponents touch the ball simultaneously over the net and the ball remains in play, the team receiving the ball is entitled to another three hits. If such a ball goes “out”, it is the fault of the team on the opposite side. 9.1.2.3 If simultaneous hits by two opponents over the net lead to an extended contact with the ball, play continues. 9.1.3 IO9fD ,(OZ_G yE ?p9]D9=( bvZrC OJt B9=Q] E;D= scQp__ KlTc ."B9=Q] h=QC" .aM scQp_G >tAQc ,QDtC mOMATE GPEa ,IQt_G ?vcv_9vAvAvlv_G B9v Tv lv v__G 9 . 1 . 1 CONSECUTIVE CONTACTS A player may not hit the ball two times consecutively 9.1.2 9.1 .>g__G v >f: ?aTGa= IQt_G hl Ul;A jC dJ ?=Q]_G TEAM HITS A hit is any contact with the ball by a player in play. 9.1.1 9 9.1.2.2 ?Tl__G ?_9aE yE ?t=W_G sap {Tp9FAl ?vaTGa= ?vFlGRA*G B9Tl__G BOC GPE 9 . 1 . 2 . 3 .QlATc >g__9p ,IQt_G hl IOvf9vTv lv_G ?v=Qv ]v _G 9 . 1 . 3 9.1.2.2 1 Within the playing area, a player is not permitted to take support from a team-mate or any structure/object in order to hit the ball. 1 However, a player who is about to commit a fault (touch the net or cross the centre line, etc.) may be stopped or held back by a team-mate. jC aC cclR Hl IOf9Tl PM.c HC >g__G ?raFl cMGO >v v f;_ KlTc : .IQt_G >Q] ^Qj= mTG / s89f 1.3.3, 11.4.4 ASSISTED HIT U*( .aM >9tAQE uWa zf Hatc jP_G >f;_G q9rcE RaGc c9J ct zfa ._clR ?aTGa= )qZAF*G bM Qa=f aC ?t=W_G 1.3.3, 11.4.4 ?v =Qv ]v_G [v 89v Zv vM 9.2 .mTG_G Hl ARG jC IQt_G Ul_A HC Htlc 9 . 2 . 1 9.2 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HIT 9.2.1 The ball may touch any part of the body. 9.2.2 The ball must not be caught and/or thrown. It can rebound in any direction. 9.3.3 .g9GAE jC v OAQA HC Htlca ,IQt_G blQA aC / uTlA : HC >Gc 9 . 2 . 2 9.3.3 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 27 27 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 30. 9.2.3 The ball may touch various parts of the body, provided that the contacts take place simultaneously. .wGaA_G zf B9Tl__G EOvJA HC bQvW= ,mvTG_G Hvl ?vp_AMl AGRvGC IQvt_G Ul_A HC Htlc 9 . 2 . 3 : BGA9v Fv Dv Av TE Exceptions: 9.2.3.1 at blocking, consecutive contacts may be made by one or more blocker (s), provided that the contacts occur during one action; 14.1.1, 14.2 9.2.3.2 at the first hit of the team , the ball may contact various parts of the body consecutively, provided that the contacts occur during one action. 9.1, 14.4.1 9.2.4* It is a fault, during the reception of service, to make a double contact or catch using an overhand finger action. 9.2.3.2 9.3 FAULTS IN PLAYING THE BALL 9.3.1 FOUR HITS: a team hits the ball four times before returning it. 9.1, D11 (18) 9.3.2 ASSISTED HIT: a player takes support from a team-mate or any structure/ object in order to hit the ball within the playing area. 9.1.3 9.3.3 CATCH: the ball is caught and/or thrown; it does not rebound from the hit. 9.2.2, D11 (16) 9.3.4 DOUBLE CONTACT: a player hits the ball twice in succession or the ball contacts various parts of his/her body in succession. 9.2.3, D11 (17) 10 BALL AT THE NET 10.1 BALL CROSSING THE NET 10.1.1 The ball sent to the opponent's court must go over the net within the crossing space. The crossing space is the part of the vertical plane of the net limited as follows: 14 . 1 . 1, 14 . 2 9 . 1, 14 . 4 . 1 9.2.3.2 9.1 9.3 .9vKf9GQE cv=r BGQvl hv=QC IQvt_G svcQp_G >Qv]c :B9T* h=QFG 9 . 3 . 1 9.1.3 mTG / s89f jC aC _clR Hl IOf9Tl >f;_G PM.c :IOf9T*G ?=Q]_G 9 . 3 . 2 .IQt_G >Q] ^Qj= ,>g__G ?raFl cMGO 9 . 2. 2 .?=Q]_G Hl OAQA :a ,IQt_G blQA aC uTlA :uT*G 9 . 3 . 3 D . 11 (16) IQt_G Ul_A aC ,{Ac_9AAl {AQl IQt_G >f;_G >Q]c :?GaOR*G ?Tl__G 9 . 3 . 4 .wGaA_G zf lTG Hl ?p_AMl AGRGC ?vt=vWv _G OFv f IQvtv _G ?tv =vWv __ IQv tv _G Qav=v vf 2.4, 10.2, D5a 10 10 . 1 2.4,10.2, D.5a 2.2 .?t=W__ 9c_g_G ?p9J_G ?aTGa= ,cpTFG Hl 10 . 1 . 1 . 1 2.4 2.4 c9Gl c;M Hl ?t=W_G sap Up9F*G >g_l yE ?_TQ*G IQt_G }gA HC >Gc 10 . 1 . 1 :w9A_9t OOJ*Ga ?t=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G Hl ARG_G aJ Qa=g_G c9Gl ,Qa=g_G .dlJa_G 9lJOGOAlEa {Ac8GaK_G {A9Zg_G ?aTGa= ,{=F9G_G Hl 10 . 1 . 1 . 2 2.2 10.1.1.2 at the sides, by the antennae, and their imaginary extension; 10.1.1.3 above, by the ceiling. .qrT_G ?aTGa= ,zfFG Hl 10 . 1 . 1 . 3 9.1, D5b 9 . 1, D . 5b 10.1.2.1 the opponent's court is not touched by the player; 11.4.4, D5b Up9Fl__ IQJ_G ?raF*G yE ?t=W_G iaATl B}f dA_G IQt_G IO9gATE sJc 10 . 1 . 2 k k : bQW= scQp_G B9=Q] Hl] dGQ9M_G c9G*G c;M Hl 9c8RG aC 9c_t 11 . 2 . 2 .>f;_G ?aTGa= Up9F*G >g_l U* mOf 10 . 1 . 2 . 1 k k Hl iQMC IQl 9c8RG aC 9c_t ?t=W_G iaATl 9KAO9gATE OFf IQt_G }gA 10 . 1 . 2 . 2 .>g_v*G Hl >F9Gv_G UvpF bv_f dGQ9M_G c9G*G c;M .AGO6G GPvJ hFvl Uvp9F*G svcQp__ sJvc : k 2013 ccQ=C 5 v IQGODG U_Gl QGQr_ 9f9=AE _cG.A mA IOf9r_G gPJ sc=aA * 11.2.2 10.1.2.2 the ball, when played back, crosses the net plane again totally or partly through the external space on the same side of the court. The opponent team may not prevent such action. *The application of this rule has been postponed following the Board of Administration decision of April 5, 2013. 28 mGOMAT@= clJ aC ?GaORl ?T* clg= ,c9TQDG c9=rATE A9FDC .aM Hatc *9 . 2 . 4 .zfC Hl Oc_G h=9ZC ?tQJ D . 11 (18) D . 11 (17) 10.1.1.1 below, by the top of the net; The ball that has crossed the net plane to the opponent's free zone totally or partly through the external space, may be played back within the team hits, provided that: zf mTG_G Hl ?p_AMl AGRGC IQt_G Ul_A HC ,scQp__ yaFG ?=Q]_G OFf RaGc 9 . 2 . 3 . 2 .IOJGa ?tQJ A9FDC B9Tl__G gPJ EOJA HC bQW= ,wGaA_G IQv tv_G >v gv_ dvp A9v av MFG 9 . 2. 3 10.1.2 EOJA HC bQW= ,QDtC aC OZ >f: Hl ?c_9AAl B9Tl_= OZ_G OFf RaGc 9 . 2 . 3 . 1 .IOJGa ?tQJ A9FDC B9Tl__G 11 . 4 . 4 D . 5b 28
  • 31. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 10.1.3 The ball that is heading towards the opponent’s court through the lower space is in play until the moment it has completely crossed the vertical plane of the net. 23.3.2.3f, D5a, D11 (22) 23 . 3 . 2 . 3F D . 5a bAJ >g__G v HatA xpT_G c9G*G c;M Hl Up9F*G >g_* GAA dA_G IQt_G 10 . 1 . 3 .?t=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G cl9t_9= 9JQa=f ?dJ_ D . 11 (22) 10.2 ?v tv=v Wv__ IQvtv_G Uv lv_ BALL TOUCHING THE NET While crossing the net, the ball may touch it. 10.1.1 .9JQav=f OFvf ?vt=W_G IQvt_G Uvl_A HC RaGc 10 . 1. 1 ?vtv=v Wv_G dvp IQvtv_G 10.3 BALL IN THE NET 10.3.1 A ball driven into the net may be recovered within the limits of the three team hits. 10.3.2 If the ball rips the mesh of the net or tears it down, the rally is cancelled and replayed. 11 REACHING BEYOND THE NET 11.1.1 In blocking, a player may touch the ball beyond the net, provided that he/she does not interfere with the opponent’s play before or during the latter's attack hit. 10 . 3 PLAYER AT THE NET 11.1 10 . 2 9.1 9.1 E;D_G B9=Q]_G OaOJ dvp ?t=W_9= mOavZA dA_G IQt_G IO9gATE RaGc 10 . 3 . 1 .svcQp__ .O9vgvca caGOAv_G bvj_c ,9vKAarTC aC ?vt=W_G Havcf IQvt_G BvrRl GPE 10 . 3 . 2 ?v tv=vWv_G Ov Fvf >v v f;_G 11.1.2 ?v t=vWv_G qv_v M cavZav _G 14 . 1 14.1, 14.3 14 . 3 11 . 1 :C bQW= ?t=W_G q_M IQt_G U* OZ_9= >f;_ sJc ,OvZ_G ?c_lf v 11 . 1 . 1 .|MI_ ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G A9FDC aC c=r Up9F*G >g_ hl cMGOAc HC bQW= ,?claGK_G ?=Q]_G Og= ?t=W_G q_M gOc QcQlA= >f;_ KlTc 11 . 1 . 2 .=g_ c9Gl cMGO BlA Or ?Tl__G HatA After an attack hit, a player is permitted to pass his/her hand beyond the net, provided that the contact has been made within his/her own playing space. ?vt=Wv_G cvpvTC R9vcvAv GE 11 . 2 u_P cMOvAc :C bQW= ,?vt=W_G BJA Uvp9F*G c9vGl cvMGO yE R9vcAG:9= KvlTc 11 . 2 . 1 .Up9F*G >g_ hl 11.2 PENETRATION UNDER THE NET 11.2.1 It is permitted to penetrate into the opponent’s space under the net, provided that this does not interfere with the opponent’s play. 11.2.2 11 1.3.3 Penetration into the opponent's court, beyond the centre line: 1.3.3, 11.2.2.1, D11 (22) 11.2.2.1 to touch the opponent's court with a foot (feet) is permitted, provided that some part of the penetrating foot (feet) remains either in contact with or directly above the centre line; 1.3.3, D11 (22) 11.2.2.2 to touch 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. 1.3.3, 11.2.2.1, D11 (22) 11.2.3 A player may enter the opponent's court after the ball goes out of play. 8.2 11.2.4 Players may penetrate into the opponent's free zone provided that they do not interfere with the opponent’s play. D . 11 (22) 1 . 3. 3 D. 11 (22) OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 : qZAvF*G bM AGQa Up9Fv*G >vg_l cvMGO yE R9vcAG:G 11 . 2 . 2 11 . 2 . 2 . 1 1.3.3 11 . 2 . 2 . 1 Hl ARG br=c HC bQW= )mGOrF9=( mOr_9= Up9F*G >g_l Ul_= KlTc 11 . 2 . 2 . 1 k .qZAF*G bM sap IQW9=l aC 9Tl;l 9lE )mGOrFG( mOr_G : HC bQW= mGOrFG sap mTG_G Hl ARG j.= Up9F*G >g_l Ul_= KlTc 11 . 2 . 2 . 2 .Up9F*G >g_ hl GPJ cMGOAc D . 11 (22) 8.2 >vg__G LQ9M IQt_G HavtA HC Ovg= Up9F*G >gv_l cvMOc HC >vf;_ sJvc 11 . 2 . 3 : HC bQWv= Up9Fl__ IQJ_G ?vraF*G cMGO yE R9vcAGDG {v=f;_ sJc 11 . 2 . 4 .Up9F*G >g_ hl Gav_MGOAc 29 29 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 32. 11.3 CONTACT WITH THE NET 11.3.1 Contact with the net by a player is not a fault, unless it interferes with the play. 11.3.2 Players may touch the post, ropes, or any other object outside the antennae, including the net itself, provided that it does not interfere with the play. 11.4.4, 23.3.2.3c, 24.3.2.3, D3 D3 11 . 4. 4, 23 . 3 . 2 . 3 C, 24 . 3 . 2 . 3, D.3 D.3 11.3.3 When the ball is driven into the net, causing it to touch an opponent, no fault is committed. 11.4 PLAYER’S FAULTS AT THE NET 11.4.1 A player touches the ball or an opponent in the opponent's space before or during the opponent’s attack hit. 11.1.1, D11 (20) 11.4.2 A player interferes with the opponent's play while penetrating into the opponent’s space under the net. 11.2.1 11.4.3 A player’s foot (feet) penetrates completely into the opponent's court. 11.2.2.2, D11 (22) 11.4.4 A player interferes with the opponent’s play by (amongst others): ?v tv=vWv_G OvFvf >v f;v_G A9v av MC 11 . 1 . 1 D . 11 (20) 11 . 4 ?=Q]_G A9FDC aC c=r Up9F*G c9Gl v Uvp9F*G aC IQt_G >f;_G Ul_c 11 . 4 . 1 .Up9Fl__ ?claGK_G D11 (19) 11 . 2 . 1 BJA Up9F*G c9Gl yE R9AGc 9lFc= Up9F*G >g_ hl >f;_G cMGOAc 11 . 4 . 2 .?t=W_G 11 . 2 . 2 . 2, 11.3.1 – taking support from the net simultaneously with playing the ball, or .Up9F*G >g_* cl9t_9= >f;_G )mGOrC( mOr R9AGA 11 . 4 . 3 D . 11 (22) 11 . 3 . 1 D . 11 (19) – creating an advantage over the opponent by touching the net, or – making actions which hinder an opponent’s legitimate attempt to play the ball. :){= 9lcp( ?aTGa= Up9F*G >g_ hl >f;_G cMGOAc 11 . 4 . 4 A9FDC ?c8GaK_G 9Zg_G Hl mT 80 ?lr aC ?t=W__ ja_g_G bcQW_G ?Tl;l aC ,IQt_G >g__ AtQJ aC ,IQt_G >g_ hl HlGRA_9= ?t=W_G Hl IOf9Tl PMC aC ,Up9F*G O] ?fO9Ml IRcl O9GcE .IQt_G >g__ Up9Fl__ ?JcJZ_G ?_a9J*G scgA B9tQJ clf - SERVICE The service is the act of putting the ball into play, by the back-right player, placed in the service zone. 1.4.2, 8.1, 12.4.1 c9v v vTQDG 1 . 4 . 2, 8 . 1 12 . 4 . 1 12.1 FIRST SERVICE IN A SET 12.1.1 The first service of the first set, as well as that of the deciding 5th set is executed by the team determined by the toss. 12.1.2 The players must follow the service order recorded on the line-up sheet. 6.3.2 7.1 7.3 , 7.3.2 12 . 1 cZ9p_G baW_G v jP_G u_Pta caFG baW_G v caFG c9TQDG iOCc 12 . 1 . 1 .?fQr_G ?aTGa= OOJ*G scQp_G ?aTGa= ,)Ul9M_G( k baW_G v :aC c9TQD9= mrc m_ jPv_G svcQp_G c9TQ@= iQMFG bGaWFG CO=A 12 . 1 . 2 .s=9T_G c9v vTQDG >v cv AQvA 7.3.1, 7.3.2 12 HlcFG dp_M_G >f;_G ?aTGa= >g__G v IQt_G h]a ?tQJ aJ c9TQDG .c9vTQDG ?raFl v OGGaA*G bav vWv_G dv p caFG c9v TQDG SERVICE ORDER 12.2.1 6.3.2, 7.1 The other sets will be started with the service of the team that did not serve first in the previous set. 12.2 30 ?c8GaK_G dZg_G LQ9M QMB mTG jC aC ,c9=J_G ,m89r_G U* {=f;_ RaGc 11 . 3 . 2 .>g__G hl cMGOAc : GPJ HC bQW= ,9KTpF ?t=W_G cp 9l= Or .aM OGac : ,Up9Fl__ 9KT* u_P Hf HAFca ?t=W_G IQt_G hpOA 9lOFf 11 . 3 . 3 .>tAQG – touching the top band of the net or the top 80 cm of the antenna during his/her action of playing the ball, or 12 ?v tv =vWv_G Uv lv _ 11 . 3 k .>g__G hl ;MGOAl H9t GPE :E ,.aM >f;_G ?aTGa= ?t=W_G U* }Agc: 11 . 3 . 1 12 . 2 .HGQaOv_G >cAQA ?vrQa zf cvGT*G c9TQDG >vcAQA Hav=f;_G hv=Ac HC >vGc 12 . 2 . 1 30
  • 33. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 12.2.2 After the first service in a set, the player to serve is determined as follows: 12.1 12 . 1 12.2.2.1 when the serving team wins the rally, the player (or his/her substitute) who served before, serves again; 12.2.2.2 when the receiving team wins the rally, it gains the right to serve and rotates before actually serving. The player who moves from the frontright position to the back-right position will serve. 6 . 1. 3, 15 . 5 6.1.3, 7.6.2 12.3 aC( c=r Hl cTQC jP_G >f;_G jOCc ,caGOA_9= cTQ*G scQp_G Rapc 9lOFf 12 . 2 . 2 . 1 .iQMC IQl c9TQDG )_cO= 6 . 1. 3 6.1.3, 15.5 : dv_9A_9t c9TQD9= mavrc jP_G >f;_G OOJvc ,baW_G v caFG c9vTQDG Og= 12 . 2 . 2 QaOca ,c9TQDG v sJ_G >Ttc F@p ,caGOA_9= c=rAT*G scQp_G Rapc 9lOFf 12 . 2 . 2 . 2 dl9lFG RtQ*G Hl uQJAc jP_G >f;_G c9TQD9= marca ,c9TQDG ?cO.A c=r .HlcFG dp_M_G RtQ*G yE HlcFG 7.6.2 c9v vTQD9v= M9v vlvTv _G AUTHORIZATION OF THE SERVICE st 12 . 3 >g__ HcOgATl {rcQp_G HC Hl Ot.A_G Og= c9TQD9= caFG mtJ_G KlTc .IQt_G zf PaJATl cTQ*G HCa The 1 referee authorizes the service, after having checked that the two teams are ready to play and that the server is in possession of the ball. 12, D11 (1) 12.4 EXECUTION OF THE SERVICE D11 (10) 12.4.1 The ball shall be hit with one hand or any part of the arm after being tossed or released from the hand(s). aC 9KpPr Og= YGQP_G Hl ARG j.= aC IOJGa Oc= IQt_G >Q]A HC >Gc 12 . 4 . 1 .)HcOc_G( Oc_G Hl 9KtQA 12.4.2 Only one toss or release of the ball is allowed. Dribbling or moving the ball in the hands is permitted. 12.4.3 At the moment of the service hit or take-off for a jump service, the server must not touch the court (the end line included) or the floor outside the service zone. {= 9KtQJA aC IQt_G OGOAQG Hatc a ,brp IQt__ OJGa uQA aC ?pPr= KlTc 12 . 4 . 2 k .9JalTl HcOc_G 12 D . 11 (1) 1.4.2, 27.2.1.4, D11 (22), D12 (4) 1.4.2 27 . 2 . 1 . 4 D . 11 (22) D . 12 (4) After the hit, he/she may step or land outside the service zone, or inside the court. 12.4.4 The server must hit the ball within 8 seconds after the 1st referee whistles for service. c9v vTQDG PvcvpFA D . 11 (10) 12 . 4 ,Rpr_9= c9TQ<_ A9rAQDG aC c9TQDG ?=Q] ?dJ_ OFf cTQ*G zf >Gc 12 . 4 . 3 k .c9TQDG ?raFl LQ9M ^QFG aC )?c9KF_G bM ;l9W( >g_*G U* mOf .>g_*G cMGO aC c9TQDG ?raFl LQ9M aaMc HC aC caRF_G _ sJc ,?=Q]_G Og= 12.3, D11 (11) D . 11 (11) caFG mtJ_G IQp9Z Og= HGaD 8 c;M IQt_G cTQ*G >Q]c HC >Gc 12 . 4 . 4 .c9TQ<_ 12 . 3 .O9gca mtJ_G IQp9Z c=r PpFc jP_G c9TQDG bj_c 12 . 4 . 5 12 . 3 12.4.5 A service executed before the referee's whistle is cancelled and repeated. 12.3 12.5 SCREENING D6, D11 (12) 12.5.1 The players of the serving team must not prevent their opponent, through individual or collective screening, from seeing the server and the flight path of the ball. 12.5.2 A player or a group of players of the serving team make(s) a screen by waving arms, jumping or moving sideways during the execution of the service, or by standing grouped to hide the server and the flight path of the ball. 12.4, D6 12.5.2 12.6 12 . 5 12 . 5 . 2 aC jOQp A9pME c;M mKTp9Fl GagFlc :C cTQ*G scQp_G d=f: zf >Gc 12 . 5 . 1 .IQt_G HG|a Q9Tl aC cTQ*G ?cCQ Hl df9lG 12 . 4 ucQJA= A9pMD9= cTQ*G scQp_G Hl {=f;_G Hl ?falGl aC >f: marc 12 . 5 . 2 aC c9TQDG PcpFA c;M ,QM6 >F9G Hl uQJA_G aC Rpr_G aC YQPFG .IQvt_G HG|a Q9vTla cTQ*G >GJ_ df9lG_G qara_9= D.6 c9v vTQDG A9vFvDC EOv vJvA A9vav v MC FAULTS MADE DURING THE SERVICE 12.6.1 c9v v vTQDG A9v vpv vME D6, D.11 (12) Serving faults. 12 . 6 : c9TQDG A9aMC 12 . 6 . 1 The following faults lead to a change of service even if the opponent is out of position. The server: 12.2.2.2, 12.7.1 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 12 . 2 . 2 . 2 12 . 7 . 1 31 31 |i v Up9F*G H9t a_a bAJ c9TQDG |cjA yE ?vc_9A_G A9aMFG jOCA : cTQ*G .gRtQl 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 34. 12.6.1.1 violates the service order, 12.2 12 . 2 12.6.1.2 does not execute the service properly. 12.4 12 . 4 12.6.2 Faults after the service hit. After the ball has been correctly hit, the service becomes a fault (unless a player is out of position) if the ball: 12.4, 12.7.2 12.6.2.1 touches a player of the serving team or fails to cross the vertical plane of the net completely through the crossing space; 8.4.4, 8.4.5, 10.1.1, D11 (19) 12.6.2.2 goes “out”; 8.4, D11 (15) 12.6.2.3 passes over a screen. 12.5, D11 (12) 12.7 SERVING FAULTS AND POSITIONAL FAULTS 12.7.1 If the server makes a fault at the moment of the service hit (improper execution, wrong rotational order, etc.) and the opponent is out of position, it is the serving fault which is sanctioned. 7.5.1, 7.5.2, 12.6.1 12.7.2 Instead, if the execution of the service has been correct, but the service subsequently becomes faulty (goes out, goes over a screen, etc.), the positional fault has taken place first and is sanctioned. 7.5.3, 12.6.2 12 . 4 12 . 7 . 2 8.4.4 8.4.5 10 . 1 . 1 D . 11 (19) 8 . 4, D . 11 (15) 12 . 5, D . 11 (12) 7.5.1 7.5.2 12 . 6 . 1 13.1 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ATTACK HIT 13.1.1 All actions which direct the ball towards the opponent, with the exception of service and block, are considered as attack hits. 13.1.2 During an attack hit, tipping is permitted only if the ball is cleanly hit, and not caught or thrown. 13.1.3 12 . 6 . 2 ATTACK HIT An attack hit is completed at the moment the ball completely crosses the vertical plane of the net or is touched by an opponent. 12, 14.1.1 9.2.2 12, 14 . 1 . 1 9.2.2 13.2 RESTRICTIONS OF THE ATTACK HIT 13.2.1 A front-row player may complete an attack hit at any height, provided that the contact with the ball has been made within the player's own playing space (except Rules 13.2.4 and 13.3.6). 7.4.1.1 A back-row player may complete an attack hit at any height from behind the front zone: 1.4.1, 7.4.1.2, 19.3.1.2, D8 13.2.2 13.2.2.1 at his/her take-off, the player's foot (feet) must neither have touched nor crossed over the attack line; 1.3.4 13.2.2.2 after his/her hit, the player may land within the front zone. 1.4.1 1.4. 7.4.1. 19 . 3 . 1 . D. 1 2 2 8 1 . 3. 4 1.4.1 32 12 . 6 . 2 . 1 .A9pvMDG savp }gA 12 . 6 . 2 . 3 12 . 7 ,KvcJZ |i PvcpFA( c9TQDG ?=Q] ?dJ_ OFf .aM cTQ*G >tAQE GPE 12 . 7 . 1 Hatc F@p ,gRtQl |i v Up9F*G Hatca )N_E . . . @a9M HGQaO >vcAQA .iR9Gc jP_Ga c9TQDG .aM k k c9TQDG K=ZC Og= 9lcpa 9JcJZ c9TQDG PcpFA H9k t GPE ,u_P Hl k :O=a 12 . 7 . 2 jP_G aJ RtQ*G .aM H@p )N_E .A9pMDG sap >JPA ,9GQ9M >JPA( 98a9M k .iR9Gca :aC EOJ ?vcvlav Gv Kv_G ?v =Qv ]v v_G ?vcvlav Gv Kv_G ?v=Qv v ]v _G [89ZM 13 13 . 1 aC c9TQDG GOf 9lcp Up9F*G aJF IQt_G GaA dA_G B9tQJ_G ct }AgA 13 . 1 . 1 .?claGJ B9=Q] OZ_G m_ ,?J]Ga ?=Q]_G BF9t GPE brp ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G A9FDC b9rTD9= KlTc 13 . 1 . 2 .blQA aC uTlA k 9l9lA IQt_G 9Kcp }gA dA_G ?dJ__G v B_lAtG Or ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G HatA 13 . 1 . 3 .Up9F*G ?aTGa= Ul_A aC ?t=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G ?cvlav GvKv _G ?v =Qv ]v v_G Oav cvr 7.4.1.1 12 . 6 . 1 . 1 12 . 6 . 1 . 2 12 . 6 . 2 k ."9vGQ9vM" >vJPA 12 . 6 . 2 . 2 Rv vtQv lv_G A9v avMCa c9v TQDG A9v av MC 7.5.3 13 .c9TQDG >cA~= cMc .?JcJZ IQaZ= c9TQDG PpFc m_ :c9TQDG >Qv ] Ovgv= A9vav MC Htc m_ 9l( ?JcJZ IQaZ= IQt_G >Q]A HC Og= .aM c9TQDG K=Zc : IQt_G HC EcJ )gRtQl LQ9M >f;_G k jOalg_G iavAT*G Qa=f v cWpA aC cTQ*G scQp_G Hl 9=f: Ul_A k : Qa=g_G c9Gl c;M Hl 9c_t ?t=W__ 13 . 2 ,Y9pAQE jC OFf ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G cltc HC dl9lFG qZ_G >f;_ RaGc 13 . 2 . 1 {AOf9r_G A9FDAT9=( =g_ c9Gl cMGO mA Or IQt_G U* Hatc HC bQW= .)13.3.6a 13.2.4 Hvl Y9vpAQE jC OvFf ?clavGK_G ?=Qv]_G cvltc HC dpv_M_G qvZ_G >f;_ sJvc 13 . 2 . 2 : ?cl9lFG ?raF*G q_M .gGOgAA aC maGK_G bM 89rAQE OFf )g9lOr( >f;_G mOr Ul_A : HC >Gc 13 . 2 . 2 . 1 .?cl9lFG ?raF*G cMGO cRFc HC A=Q] Og= >f;_ sJc 13 . 2 . 2 . 2 32
  • 35. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 13.2.3 13.2.4 A back-row player may also complete an attack hit from the front zone, if at the moment of the contact a part of the ball is lower than the top of the net. 1.4.1, 7.4.1.2, D8 No player is permitted to complete an attack hit on the OPPONENT’S service, when the ball is in the front zone and entirely higher than the top of the net. 1.4.1 1 . 4 . 1, 7.4.1.2 D.8 1.4.1 k ?raF*G Hl ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G cltc HC 9]cC dp_M_G qZ_G >f;_ sJc 13 . 2 . 3 .?Tl__G ?dJ_ OFf ?t=W_G ?lr Hl cpTC IQt_G Hl ARG H9t GPE ?cl9lFG 9lOFf Up9F*G c9TQE zf ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G cltc HC >f;_ KlTc : 13 . 2 . 4 k .?t=W__ 9c_g_G ?p9J_G Hl ?c_t zfCa ?cl9lFG ?raF*G v IQt_G HatA ?v cvlavGvKv_G ?v v=Qv ]v_G A9v av MC 13.3 FAULTS OF THE ATTACK HIT 13.3.1 A player hits the ball within the playing space of the opposing team. 13.2.1, D11 (20) 13 . 2 . 1, D . 11 (20) 13.3.2 A player hits the ball “out”. 8.4, D11 (15) 8.4, D.11 (15) 13.3.3 A back-row player completes an attack hit from the front zone, if at the moment of the hit the ball is entirely higher than the top of the net. 1.4.1, 7.4.1.2, 13.2.3, D11 (21) 13.3.4 A player completes an attack hit on the opponent's service, when the ball is in the front zone and entirely higher than the top of the net. 1.4.1, 13.2.4, D11 (21) 13.3.5 A Libero completes an attack hit if at the moment of the hit the ball is entirely higher than the top of the net. 19.3.1.2, 23.3.2.3d, D11 (21) 13.3.6 A player completes an attack hit from higher than the top of the net when the ball is coming from an overhand finger pass by a Libero in his/ her front zone. 1.4.1, 19.3.1.4, 23.3.2.3e, D11 (21) 14 BLOCK 14.1 BLOCKING 14.1.1 Blocking is the action of players close to the net to intercept the ball coming from the opponent by reaching higher than the top of the net, regardless of the height of the ball contact. Only front-row players are permitted to complete a block, but at the moment of the contact with the ball, a part of the body must be higher than the top of the net. 14.1.2 14.1.4 k ."9GQ9M" IQt_G >f;_G >Q]c 13 . 3 . 2 HatA 9lOFf ,Up9F*G scQp_G c9TQE zf ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G >f;_G cltc 13 . 3 . 4 k .?t=W__ 9c_g_G ?p9J_G sap ?c_t ?cl9lFG ?raF*G v IQt_G 19 . 3 . 1 . 2 23 . 3 . 2 . 3d, D . 11 (21) ?=Q]_G ?dJ_ OFf IQt_G BF9t GPE ,?claGK_G ?=Q]_G QJ_G >f;_G cltc 13 . 3 . 5 k .?t=W__ 9c_g_G ?p9J_G sap ?_l9t 1 . 4 . 1, 19 . 3 . 1 . 4, 23 . 3 . 2 . 3 .e D . 11 (21) 7.4.1.1 9lOFf ?cl9lFG ?raF*G Hl ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G dp_M_G qZ_G >f: cltc 13 . 3 . 3 k .?t=W__ 9c_g_G ?p9J_G sap ?c_t ?=Q]_G ?dJ_ OFf IQt_G HatA 1 . 4 . 1, 13 . 2 . 4, D . 11 (21) ?vlO9r IQt_G HatA 9lOFf ,?t=W_G ?lr zfC Hl ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G >f;_G cltc 13 . 3 . 6 .?cl9lFG ?raF*G v QJ_G >f;_G ?aTGa= h=9ZF9= zfFG Hl IQcQlA Hl Ov vZv v_G 7.4.1.1 Completed block 14 . 1 Hl ?lO9r_G IQt_G ^G~fD ,?t=W_G Hl {=cQr_G {=f;_G ?tQJ aJ OZ_G 14 . 1 . 1 Y9pAQG Hf QdF_G qQZ= ?t=W__ 9c_g_G ?p9J_G Hl zfC caZa_9= u_Pa ,Up9F*G OFf Ht_a ,OZ_G ?_ltA= dl9lFG qZ_G d=f;_ brp KlTca ,?Tal_*G IQt_G .?t=W_G ?lr Hl zfC mTG_G Hl ARG Hatc HC >Gc ,IQt_G hl ?Tl__G ?dJ_ Ov Zv v _G ?v _a9v Jv vl 14 . 1 . 2 .IQt_G U* HaO= OZ_G ?tQJ dJ OZ_G ?_a9Jl D7 Collective block A collective block is executed by two or three players close to each other and is completed when one of them touches the ball. D.7 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 14 Ov vZv v_G AGOB Block attempt A block is completed whenever the ball is touched by a blocker. .Up9F*G scQp_G >g_ c9Gl cMGO IQt_G >f;_G >Q]c 13 . 3 . 1 1.4.1 7.4.1.2 13 . 2 . 3 D . 11 (21) A block attempt is the action of blocking without touching the ball. 14.1.3 13 . 3 33 33 cv lvAv tv lv _G Ov vZv v_G 14 . 1 . 3 .OZ_9= m89r_G ?aTGa= IQt_G Ul_A 9lOFf OZ_G clAtc dv f9v lvGv _G Ov Zv v_G 14 . 1 . 4 ^g=_G mK]g= Hl {=cQr ?D;D aC {=f: ?aTGa= df9lG_G OZ_G PpFc .IQt_G mJOJC Ul_c 9lOFf clAtca 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 36. 14.2 BLOCK CONTACT Consecutive (quick and continuous) contacts with the ball may occur by one or more blockers, provided that the contacts are made during one action. 14.3 Ov vZv _G ?v Tvlv _ 9.1.1, 9.2.3 9.1.1 9.2.3 In blocking, the player may place his/her hands and arms beyond the net, provided that this action does not interfere with the opponent’s play. Thus, it is not permitted to touch the ball beyond the net until an opponent has executed an attack hit. 13.1.1 13 . 1 . 1 9 . 1, BLOCK AND TEAM HITS 14.4.1 A block contact is not counted as a team hit. Consequently, after a block contact, a team is entitled to three hits to return the ball. 9.1, 14.4.2 14.4.2 The first hit after the block may be executed by any player, including the one who has touched the ball during the block. 14.4.1 BLOCKING THE SERVICE 12, D11 (12) 14 . 4 . 2 14 . 4 . 1 12, D . 11 (12) D . 11 (20) BLOCKING FAULTS D11 (20) 14.6.1 The blocker touches the ball in the OPPONENT’S space either before or simultaneously with the opponent’s attack hit. A back-row player or a Libero completes a block or participates in a completed block. 14.1, 14.5, 19.3.1.3 14.6.3 Blocking the opponent’s service. 14.5, D11 (12) 14.6.4 The ball is sent “out” off the block. 14.6.5 Blocking the ball in the opponent’s space from outside the antenna. 14.6.6 A Libero attempts an individual or collective block. 8.4 ?T* Og= scQp__ sJc u_P zf A9F=a scQp__ ?=Q]t OZ_G ?T* >TAJA: 14 . 4 . 1 .IQt_G IO9fD B9=Q] E;D OZ_G u_P v 9l= >f: jC ?aTGa= OZ_G Og= yaFG ?=Q]_G iOCA HC RaGc 14 . 4 . 2 .OZ_G A9FDC IQt_G U* jP_G >f;_G c9v v v TQDG Ov vZ 14 . 5 Ov v Zv _G AGOB A9v vav vMC 14 . 6 14 . 3 hl OJGa Bra v aC c=r 9lE Up9F*G c9Gl v IQt_G OZ_9= m89r_G Ul_c 14 . 6 . 1 .Up9Fl__ ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G 14 . 1, 14 . 5 .clAtl OZ v u~Wc aC OZ_G QJ_G >vf;_G aC dvp_M_G qvZ_G >f: cltc 14 . 6 . 2 14.3 14.6.2 14 . 4 .Up9F*G c9TQE OZ hFlc To block an opponent's service is forbidden. 14.6 14 . 3 cMGOAA :C bQW= ,?t=W_G q_M cfGQPa cOc h]a OZ_G >f;_ sJc ?t=W_G q_M IQt_G Ul_= KlTc: GPtJa ,Up9F*G >g_ hl ?tQJ_G gPJ .?claGK_G ?=Q]_G Up9F*G PcpFA Og= :E sv cQv pv _G B9v =Qv ]a Ov Zv _G 14.4 14.5 aC OZ >f: Hl IQt_9= )?_ZAla ?gcQT( ?c_9AAl B9T* EOJA HC RaGc .IOJGa ?tQJ A9FDC B9Tl__G iOCA HC bQW= ,QDtC Uv vp9v Fvlv_G c9v Gv l cv vMGO Ov Zv _G BLOCKING WITHIN THE OPPONENT’S SPACE 14 . 2 19 . 3 . 1 . 3 14 . 5 D . 11 (12) 8.4 14.1.1, 19.3.1.3 .Up9F*G c9TQE OZ 14 . 6 . 3 k .OZ_G Hl " 9GQ9M " IQt_G cTQA 14 . 6 . 4 .?c8GaK_G 9Zg_G LQ9M Hl Up9F*G c9Gl v IQt_G OZ 14 . 6 . 5 14 . 1 . 1, .df9lG aC jOQp OZ= QJ_G >f;_G ca9Jc aC cltc 14 . 6 . 6 19 . 3 . 1 . 3 34 34
  • 37. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME CHAPTER 5 Uv v v l9v vMv _G cv v Zv pv _G INTERRUPTIONS, DELAYS AND INTERVALS ?JGQ_G BG~pa BG|M.A_G ,B9v vpv rav vAv v_G See Rules 15 OfGar_G QdFG INTERRUPTIONS An interruption is the time between one completed rally and the 1st referee’s whistle for the next service. The only regular SUBSTITUTIONS. 15.1 game interruptions are TIME-OUTS 6.1.3, 8.1, 8.2, 15.4, 15.5, 24.2.6 B9v vpv rav vA_G 6.1.3,8.1,8.2 and 15.4,15.5,24.2.6 c9TQ<_ caFG mtJ_G IQp9Za OJGa clAtl caGOA {= Bra_G aJ qraA_G .w9A_G .B;cO=A_Ga ?garAT*G B9raFG brp dJ ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA OOf NUMBER OF REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS Each team may request a maximum of two time-outs and six substitutions per set. 6.2, 15.4, 15.5 6.2, 15.4, 15.5 SEQUENCE OF REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS 15.2.1 Request for one or two time-outs, and one request for substitution by either team may follow one another, within the same interruption. 15.4, 15.5 15.2.2 However, a team is not authorized to make consecutive requests for substitution during the same interruption. Two or more players may be substituted at the same time within the same request. 15.5, 15.6.1 15.2.3 There must be a completed rally between two separate substitution requests by the same team. 6.1.3, 15.5 15.3 REQUEST FOR REGULAR GAME INTERRUPTIONS 15.3.1 Regular game interruptions may be requested by the coach, or in the absence of the coach, by the game captain, and only by them. 5.1.2, 5.2, 5.3.2, 15 15.3.2 Substitution before the start of a set is permitted, and should be recorded as a regular substitution in that set. 7.3.4 15.4 TIME-OUTS AND TECHNICAL TIME-OUTS 15.4.1 Time-out requests must be made by showing the corresponding hand signal, when the ball is out of play and before the whistle for service. All requested time-outs last for 30 seconds. 15 . 2 15.4, 15.5 jC ?aTGa= ccO=A__ OJGa >_aa {garATl {Ara aC Bra >_a RaGc 15 . 2 . 1 k k .qraA_G UpF c;M QM6G Og= GOJGa 9fa=Al scQp 15.5, 15.6.1 ,qraA_G UpF c;M ccO=A__ ?c_9AAl B9=_a= scQp__ KlTc : ,c9J ct zf 15 . 2 . 2 .>_a_G UpF Hl] Bra_G UpF v QDtC aC {=f: ccO=A RaGca 6.13, 15.5 ?aTGa= ccO=A__ Hc_ZpFl {=_a {= clAtl caGOA u9FJ Hatc HC >Gc 15 . 2 . 3 .scQp_G UpF ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA >_a 5.1.2, 5.2,5.3.2,15 7.3.4 6.1.3 6.1.3, 8.2, 12.3, D11 (4) 8.2, 12.3 D. 4.11(4) 35 35 15 . 3 >QO*G >9ci v aC >QO*G ?aTGa= ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA >_a RaGc 15 . 3 . 1 .brp 9lKAaTGa=a baW_G Uc8Q ?aTGa= v jO9f ccO=At _cGTA >Gca ,baW_G ?cGO= c=r ccO=A_G >_a= KlTc 15 . 3 . 2 .baW_G u_P ?cFp_G ?garAT*G B9raFGa ?garAT*G B9raFG OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 15 . 1 bZrC OJt {=f;_ B;cO=A ?ATa {garATl {Ara >_a scQp ct_ svJc .baW ct_ ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA >r9gA 15.2 15 15 . 4 9lOFf ?K=9W*G Oc_G IQ9WE Q9Kd@= harAT*G Bra_G B9=_a HatA HC >Gc 15 . 4 . 1 .c9TQ<_ IQp9Z_G c=ra >g__G LQ9M IQt_G HatA .?cF9D 30 sQjATA 9KgclG ?garAT*G B9raFG 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 38. For FIVB, World and Official Competitions it is obligatory to use the buzzer and then the hand signal to request time-out. D11 (4) For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, in sets 1-4, two additional 60-second “Technical Time-Outs” are applied automatically when the leading team reaches the 8th and 16th point. 26.2.2.3 In the deciding (5th) set, there are no “Technical Time- Outs”; only two time-outs of 30 seconds duration may be requested by each team. 15.1 15.4.4 During all time-outs, the players in play must go to the free zone near their bench. D1a 15.5 SUBSTITUTION 15.5.1 A substitution is the act by which a player, other than the Libero or his/ her replacement player, after being recorded by the scorer, enters the game to occupy the position of another player, who must leave the court at that moment. 19.3.2.1, D11 (5) When the substitution is enforced through injury to a player in play this may be accompanied by the coach (or game captain) showing the corresponding hand signal. 5.1.2.3, 5.2.3.3, 8.2, 12.3, D11 (5) 15.4.2 15.4.3 15.5.2 D.11 (4) 26.2.2.3 Hatc ?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG B9r=9T* k .harAT*G Bra_G >_a_ Oc_G IQ9WE mD 9cQ9=GE sa=_G mGOMATG k 9c_B s=ac ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G B9r=9T* 15 . 4 . 2 k 9lOFf 9cp9]E ?cF9D 60 yH9cFp H9garATl H9Araz 1-4 bGaWFG v .16a 8 ?arF_G yE mOrA*G scQp_G cZc 15.1 EcJ y?cFp ?garATl B9raCz OGaA : )Ul9M_G( cZ9p_G baW_G v 15 . 4 . 3 .scQp ct ?aTGa= ?cF9D 30 {garATl {Ara >_a brp sJc D.1a mJOf9rl >Qr IQJ_G ?raF*G yE >9JP_G >g__G v {=f;_G zf >Gc 15 . 4 . 4 .?garAT*G B9raFG hclG c;M cv cOv =v v A_G 19.3.2.1 D.11 (5) 5.1.2.3, 5.2.3.3 8.2,12.3, 15 . 5 >f;_G aC QJ_G >f;_G |i >f;_G cMOc =Gal= jP_G AGQGDG aJ ccO=A_G 15 . 5 . 1 QMB >f: RtQl cjWc_ ,_cGTA= cGT*G m9r HC Og= ,>g__G v gl |jA*G .?dJ__G u_A OFf >g_*G IQO9jl c_f >Gc jP_G HC >Gc ,>g__G v >f;_G ?=9ZE c;M Hl Iar_9= ccO=A_G ^Qpc 9lOFf 15 . 5 . 2 .)baW_G Uc8Q aC( >QO*G ?aTGa= ?K=9W*G Oc_G IQ9WE Q9KdE GPJ h=Ac D.11 (5) 15.6 LIMITATION OF SUBSTITUTIONS 15.6.1 A player of the starting line-up may leave the game, but only once in a set, and re-enter, but only once in a set, and only to his/her previous position in the line-up. 7.3.1 15.6.2 A substitute player may enter the game in place of a player of the starting line-up, but only once per set, and he/she can only be substituted by the same starting player. 7.3.1 15.7 EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTION A player (except the Libero) who cannot continue playing due to injury or illness, should be substituted legally. If this is not possible, the team is entitled to make an EXCEPTIONAL substitution, beyond the limits of Rule 15.6 An exceptional substitution means that any player who is not on the court at the time of the injury/illness, except the Libero, second Libero or their regular replacement player, may be substituted into the game for the injured/ill player. The substituted injured/ill player is not allowed to re-enter the match. 36 B;cO=A_G OcOJA 7.3.1 IQ* Ht_a IOag_Ga >g__G IQO9jl HGQaO__ dT9TFG >cA~_G >f;_ sJc 15 . 6 . 1 .HGQaO_G >cAQA v brp s=9T_G gRtQ*a ,baW_G v brp IOJGa 7.3.1 HGQaO__ dT9TFG >cA~_G v >f: H9tl >g__G cMOc HC ccO=_G >f;_ sJc 15 . 6 . 2 .dT9TFG >f;_G UpF hl brp cO=ATc HC Htlca ,baW_G v IOJGa IQ* dv 89vFv DvAv T:G cvcOv =v Av v_G 15.6, 19.4.3 15 . 6 15 . 6 19 . 4 . 3 15 . 7 >g__G ?_ZGal hvcaATc : jP_G )QJ_G >f;_G GOf9l( >f;_G cvcO=A >Gc k k k sJc ,9Ftll uv_P Htvc m_ GPEa ,9cFaF9r ;vcO=A ,^Q*G aC ?=9ZDG >=T= .15 . 6 IOf9r_G OaOJ LQ9M d89FDATG ccO=A AGQGE scQp__ /?=9ZDG Bra OFf OGGaAl |i >f: jC HC dFgc d89FDATDG ccO=A_G ,9lKgl |jA*G >f;_G aC dF9D_G QJ_G >f;_G ,QJ_G >f;_G GOf 9l ^Q*G k >f;_ KlTc : ,^cQ*G/>9Z*G >f;_G Hl :O= >g__G v _GO=ATG RaGc .IGQ9=*G v caMO_G IO9f@= ^cQ*G/>9Z*G 36
  • 39. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME An exceptional substitution cannot be counted in any case as a regular substitution, but should be recorded on the score sheet as part of the total of substitutions in the set and the match. 15.8 Ht_a ,jO9vf cvcO=At c9vJ j.= dv89FDAT:G cvcO=A_G >vTAJc HC Htvlc : aC baW_G v B;cO=A_G YalG* ARGt ccGTA_G IQ9lATE zf _cGTA >Gc .IGQ9=*G SUBSTITUTION FOR EXPULSION OR DISQUALIFICATION An EXPELLED or DISQUALIFIED player must be substituted immediately through a legal substitution. If this is not possible, the team is declared INCOMPLETE. 6.4.3, 7.3.1, 15.6, 21.3.2, 21.3.3, D11 (5) 15.9 ILLEGAL SUBSTITUTION 15.9.1 A substitution is illegal, if it exceeds the limitations indicated in Rule 15.6 (except the case of Rule 15.7), or an unregistered player is involved. 15.9.2 15 . 8 dv FavF9v rv_G Qvcv i cv cOv =v Av _G 6.4.3, 7.3.1 15.6, 21.3.2 O9g=AT:G aC OQv vav _G >v=v Tv= cv cOv =vAv v_G k ,dFaF9r ccO=A c;M Hl GQap Og=AT*G aC OaQa*G >f;_G cO=ATc HC >Gc k .cvlAtl Qvcvi scQvp_G H_gc ,9vFtlvl GPvJ Htc m_ GPEa 15 . 9 21.3.3, D.11(5) When a team has made an illegal substitution and the play has been resumed the following procedure shall apply, in sequence: 15.9.2.1 the team is penalized with a point and service to the opponent, 8.1, 15.6 8 . 1, 15 . 6 6.1.3 15.9.2.2 the substitution must be rectified, 6.1.3 15 . 6 IOvf9r_G v 9vKcv_E Q9Wlv_G OaOvJ_G Ra9vGvA GPE dvFaF9r |vi cvcO=A_G Hatvc 15 . 9 . 1 .cGTl |i >f: clWc aC ,)15 . 7 IOvf9vr_G dvp ?_9vJ_G GOf 9l( k k sc=aA >Gc ,>g__G qvFCATEa 9vcFaF9r |i ;cO=A scQp_G jOCc 9lOFf 15 . 9 . 2 :>cA~_9= w9A_G AGQGDG .Up9Fl__ c9TQDGa ?arF= scQp_G iR9Gc 15 . 9 . 2 . 1 15.9.2.3 the points scored by the team at fault since the fault was committed are cancelled; the opponent’s points remain valid. 15.10 .cvcO=A_G KcJvZA >Gc 15 . 9 . 2 . 2 b9rF br=Aa ,.aM_G >9tAQE PFl @aM*G svcQp_G 9K_GT dA_G b9rF_G bj_A 15 . 9 . 2 . 3 .?cQ9T Up9F*G SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURE 15.10.1 Substitution must be carried out within the substitution zone. 1.4.3, D1b 15.10.2 A substitution shall only last the time needed for recording the substitution on the score sheet, and allowing entry and exit of the players. 15.10, 24.2.6, 25.2.2.3 ccO=A_G AGQGE 15 . 10 1.4.3, D.1b 15.10.24.2.6, 15.10.3a The actual request for substitution starts at the moment of the entrance of the substitute player(s) into the substitution zone, ready to play, during an interruption. The coach does not need to make a substitution hand signal except if the substitution is for injury or before the start of the set. .ccO=A_G ?raFl cMGO Hl ccO=A_G AGQGE >Gc 15 . 10 . 1 ,ccGTA_G IQ9lATG v ccO=A_G ccGTA_ mR;_G Bra_G brp ccO=A_G sQjATc 15 . 10 . 2 .{=f;_G LaQMa caMO= M9lT_Ga 25.2.2.3 15.10.3b If the player is not ready, the substitution is not granted and the team is sanctioned for a delay. 16.2, D9 15.10.3c The request for substitution is acknowledged and announced by the scorer or 2nd referee, by use of the buzzer or whistle respectively. The 2nd referee authorises the substitution. v ccO=_G ){=f;_G( >f;_G caMO ?dJ_ OFf ccO=A__ xgp_G >_a_G CO=c 15 . 10 . 3a k IQ9WE AGOB >QO*G L9AJc :a ,qraA_G c;M >g__ GOgATl ccO=A_G ?raFl .baW_G ?cGO= c=r aC ?=9Z<_ ccO=A_G H9t GPE GOf 9l Oc_G 24.2.6 16.2, D.9 24.2.6 ,dF9D_G mtJ_G aC cGT*G ?aTGa= H_gca ccO=A_G >_a Hf Z;=DG mAc 15 . 10 . 3c .ccO=A_9= dF9D_G mtJ_G KlTca ,>r9gA_9= IQp9Z_G aC sa=_G R9KG mGOMAT@= mGOMATE mAc ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G B9r=9T* .ccO=A_G ccKTA_ ?lrQl B9Ja_ For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, numbered paddles are used to facilitate the substitution. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 k .|M.A_9= scQp_G iR9Gca ccO=A_G KFlc : ,GOgATl >f;_G Htc m_ GPE 15 . 10 . 3b 37 37 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 40. 15.10.4 If a team intends to make simultaneously more than one substitution, all substitute players must enter the substitution zone at the same time to be considered in the same request. In this case, substitutions must be made in succession, one pair of players after another. If one is illegal, the legal one(s) is/are granted and the illegal is rejected and subject to a delay sanction. 15.11 1.4.3, 15.2.2 1.4.3 15.2.2 IMPROPER REQUESTS 15.11.1 It is improper to request any regular game interruption: 12.3 15.11.1.2 by a non-authorized team member, 5.1.2.3, 5.2.3.3 15.11.1.3 for a second substitution by the same team during the same interruption, except in the case of injury/illness of a player in play. 15.2.2, 15.2.3, 16.1, 25.2.2.6 ?v v 8v a9v vM_G B9v =v_v av _G 15 15.11.1.1 during a rally or at the moment of or after the whistle to serve, hclG caMO >Gc ,wGaA_G zf OJGa Hl QDtF ccO=A_G scQp_G OGQC GPE 15 . 10 . 4 UpF v Q9=Af:G {g= PMCc_ Bra_G UpF v ccO=A_G ?raF* A:O=_G {=f;_G {=f;_G Hl LaR ,wGaA_G zf B;cO=A_G AGQGE >Gc ?_9J_G gPJ va ,>_a_G )B;cO=A_G( ccO=A_G KFlc ,dFaF9r |i mKFl OJC H9t GPEa ,QM6G Og= k .|M.A_G AGRG_ 9==T Hatca dFaF9r_G |i ^pQca dFaF9r_G 15 :>g__ qraA jC >_a .aM_G Hl Hatc 15 . 11 . 1 12. 3 .c9TQ<_ IQp9Z_G ?dJ_ OFf aC caGOA_G A9FDC 15 . 11 . 1 . 1 .MQZ*G |i scQp_G a]f ?aTGa= 15 . 11 . 1 . 2 5.1.2.3, 5.2.3.3 15.1 15.11.2 The first improper request by a team in the match that does not affect or delay the game shall be rejected, but it must be recorded on the score sheet without any other consequences. 16.1, 25.2.2.6 15.11.3 Any further improper request in the match by the same team constitutes a delay. 16.1.4 16.1,25.2.2.6 ?_9J v GOf 9l ,qraA_G UpF c;M scQp_G UpF ?aTGa= H9D ccO=A_ 15 . 11 . 1 . 3 .>g__G v >f;_ ^Q*G /?=9ZDG 15 . 1 15.11.1.4 after having exhausted the authorized number of time-outs and substitutions. .B;cO=A_Ga ?garAT*G B9raI_ = MalT*G OOg_G P9pFATE Og= 15 . 11 . 1 . 4 16 . 1, aG QDCc : jP_Ga scQp_G ?aTGa= IGQ9=*G v caFG @a9M_G >_a_G ^pQ >Gc 15 . 11 . 2 .iQMC H89AF HaO ccGTA_G IQ9lATE zf _cGTA >Gc Ht_a ,>g__G QMCc k .G|M.A ctWc scQp_G UpF ?aTGa= IGQ9=*G v QMB @a9M >_a jC 15 . 11 . 3 15.2.2,15.2.3 25 . 2 . 2 . 6 16.1.4 >v gv _v_G BGQvcv vM.v vA 16 GAME DELAYS 16.1 TYPES OF DELAYS BGQv cv vM.v Av_G YGav vFC k Hl]Aca G|M.A >g__G q9F8ATE cGCc jP_G scQp__ @a9M_G AGO6G Hatc :{= 9lcp An improper action of a team that defers resumption of the game is a delay and includes, among others: 16.1.1 delaying regular game interruptions; 15.10.2 16.1.2 prolonging interruptions, after having been instructed to resume the game; 15 16.1.3 requesting an illegal substitution; 15.9 16.1.4 repeating an improper request; 15.11.3 16.1.5 38 15 . 11 delaying the game by a team member. 16 . 16 . 1 15 . 10 . 2 .?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA |M.A 16 . 1 . 1 15 .>g__G q9F8ATD OW~TE HC Og= B9praA_G ?_9aE 16 . 1 . 2 15 . 9 .dFaF9r |i ccO=A >_a 16 . 1 . 3 15 . 11 . 3 .@a9M_G >_a_G QGQtA 16 . 1 . 4 .scQp_G a]f ?aTGa= >g__G |M.A 16 . 1 . 5 38
  • 41. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME D9 16.2 DELAY SANCTIONS 16.2.1 “Delay warning” and “delay penalty” are team sanctions. 16.2.1.1 Delay sanctions remain in force for the entire match. 25.2.2.6 16.2.2 The first delay in the match by a team member is sanctioned with a “DELAY WARNING”. 16.2.3 16 . 2 .scQp__ BGAGRG " |M.A__ QGPFE " a |M.A__ QdF Bp_ Hatc 16 . 2 . 1 6.3 16.2.1.2 All delay sanctions are recorded on the score sheet. Qv cv M.v Av _G BGAGRv v vG D.9 .IGQ9=*G cGaa cagp*G ?cQ9T |M.A_G BGAGRG cdA 16 . 2 . 1 . 1 4.1.1, D11 (25) 25 . 2 . 2 . 6 .ccGTA_G IQ9lATG zf |M.A_G BGAGRG hclG cGTc 16 . 2 . 1 . 2 6.1.3, D11 (25) 4 . 1 . 1, D . 11 (25) ." |M.A QdF Bp_ " scQp_G a]f ?aTGa= IGQ9=*G v caFG |M.A_G iR9Gc 16 . 2 . 2 The second and subsequent delays of any type by any member of the same team in the same match constitute a fault and are sanctioned with a “DELAY PENALTY”: a point and service to the opponent. 6.1.3 Delay sanctions imposed before or between sets are applied in the following set. D . 11 (25) 18.1 a]f jC ?aTGa= YaF jC Hl ?c_9A_G BG|M.A_Ga dF9D_G |M.A_G ctWc 16 . 2 . 3 ?arF :"|M.A QGPFE" iR9Gca .aM IGQ9=*G UpF va scQp_G UpF_ .Up9Fl__ c9TQDGa 18 . 1 16.2.4 6.3 .w9A_G baW_G v bGaWFG {= aC c=r ?gra*G |M.A_G BGAGRG s=aA 16 . 2 . 4 17 EXCEPTIONAL GAME INTERRUPTIONS 17.1 INJURY / ILLNESS 17.1.1 Should a serious accident occur while the ball is in play, the referee must stop the game immediately and permit medical assistance to enter the court. ?v cv89v FvDvAvTDG >v v gv_v_G B9v pv rav A 8.1 6.1.3, D11 (23) If an injured/ill player cannot be substituted legally or exceptionally, the player is given a 3-minute recovery time, but not more than once for the same player in the match. 15.6, 15.7, 24.2.8 If the player does not recover, his/her team is declared incomplete. 6.4.3, 7.3.1 6.1.3, D.11(23) 15 . 6, 15 . 7, 24 . 2 . 8 .caGOA_G P8Og= O9gc k k >f;_G bagc ,9c89FDATE aC 9cFaF9r ^cQ*G/>9Z*G >f;_G ccO=A QPgA GPE 17 . 1 . 2 v >f;_G UpF_ IOJGa IQl Hl QDtF Uc_ Ht_a L;g__ Bra s89rO 3 .IGQ9=*G .rcQp c9lAtE mOf H_gc ,>f;_G qWc m_ GPE 6.4.3 17.2 17 . 1 >g__G q9rcE mtJ_G zf >Gc ,>g__G v IQt_G 9lFc= |aM EO9J hra GPE 17 . 1 . 1 k .>g_*G caMO= ?c=a_G IOf9Tl__ KlTca GQap The rally is then replayed. 17.1.2 ^Q*G/?v=9v v ZDG 8.1 17 . EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE 7.3.1 If there is any external interference during the game, the play has to be stopped and the rally is replayed. dv vGQ9v vMv_G cv vMOv vAv _G 6.1.3, D11 (23) 6.1.3, D11 (23) 17 . 2 .caGOvA_G O9vgca >g__G qravc ,>g__G A9vFDC dvGQ9M cvMOA jC EOvJ GPE ?v _vcavav_G B9v pvrav Av _G 17 . 3 17.3 PROLONGED INTERRUPTIONS 17.3.1 If unforeseen circumstances interrupt the match, the 1st referee, the organizer and the Control Committee, if there is one, shall decide the measures to be taken to re-establish normal conditions. 23.2.3 23.2.3 ?FG_ ,mdF*G ,caFG mtJ_G QQrc qaTp ,IGQ9=*G q9rcE yE ?8Q9a qaQd BOC GPE 17 . 3 . 1 .?cgc=a_G qaQd_G IO9gATD PMAA dA_G BGAGQGDG ,mJOJC OGGaA GPE ,?=rGQ*G 17.3.2 Should one or several interruptions occur, not exceeding 4 hours in total: 17.3.1 17 . 3 . 1 17.3.2.1 if the match is resumed on the same playing court, the interrupted set shall continue normally with the same score, players (except expelled or disqualified ones) and positions. The sets already played will keep their scores; 1, 7.3 1. 4 Hf 9KvfalGl v OcRA : IO* B9praA IOf aC OJGa qraA EaOJ ?_9J v 17 . 3 . 2 : B9f9T k UpF= 9cgc=a qraA*G baW_G QlATc ,>g_*G UpF zf IGQ9=*G BpFCATE GPE 17 . 3 . 2 . 1 epAJATa ,RtGQ*Ga )Og=AT*Ga OaQa*G A9FDAT9=( {=f;_Ga ?GcAF_G .9KG89AF= ?=ag_*G bGaWFG OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 7.3 39 39 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 42. 17.3.2.2 if the match is resumed on another playing court, the interrupted set is cancelled and replayed with the same team members and the same starting line-ups (except expelled or disqualified ones) and the record of all sanctions will be maintained. The sets already played will keep their scores. 17.3.3 D9 UpF= O9gca qraA*G baW_G bj_c ,QMB >g_l zf IGQ9=*G BpFCATE GPE 17 . 3 . 2 . 2 )Og=AT*Ga OaQa*G A9FDAT9=( dT9TFG BGQaO_G >cAQA UpFa scQp_G A9]fC .9KG89AF= ?=ag_*G bGaWFG epAJATa ,?cr9= 9KgclG BGAGRG_G br=Aa 4 Hf 9KfalGl v OcRA IO* B9praA IOf aC OJGa qraA EaOJ ?_9J v 17 . 3 . 3 .cl9t_9= IGQ9=*G O9gA HC >Gc ,B9f9T INTERVALS AND CHANGE OF COURTS 18.1 7 . 3, 21.4.1, Should one or several interruptions occur, exceeding 4 hours in total, the whole match shall be replayed. 18 7.3, 21.4.1, D9 INTERVALS >v v f;v vlv _G Qvcvcv jvAa ?v JGQv v_G BGQv v Av p ?v v JGQv _G BGQv v vAv p An interval is the time between sets. All intervals last three minutes. 4.2.4 During this period of time, the change of courts and line-up registrations of the teams on the score sheet are made. 7.3.2, 18.2, 25.2.1.2 .s89rO E;D 9KgclG ?JGQ_G BG~p sQjATAa ,bGaWFG {= Bra_G dJ ?JGQ_G I~p 7.3.2, 18.2 HGQaO_G >cAQA ccGTAa >f;*G |cjA Bra_G Hl I~p_G gPJ c;M mAc .ccGTA_G IQ9lATG zf {rcQp__ 25 . 2 . 1 . 2 s89rO 10 yE E_9D_Ga dF9D_G {aaW_G {= ?JGQ_G I~p OAlA HC Htlc .mdF*G >_a OFf ?ZAM*G ?KG_G ?aTGa= 18.2 CHANGE OF COURTS D11 (3) 18.2.1 After each set, the teams change courts, with the exception of the deciding set. 7.1 18.2.2 40 18 . 1 4.2.4 The interval between the second and the third set can be extended up to 10 minutes by the competent body at the request of the organizer. In the deciding set, once the leading team reaches 8 points, the teams change courts without delay and the player positions remain the same. 6.3.2, 7.4.1, 25.2.2.5 If the change is not made once the leading team reaches 8 points, it will take place as soon as the error is noticed. The score at the time that the change is made remains the same. 18 D . 11 (3) >v v vf;v vlv _G Qv vcv cv jv A 18 . 2 7.1 .cZ9p_G baW_G A9FDAT9= baW ct Og= 9lKc=g_l H9rcQp_G |jc 18 . 2 . 1 6.3.2 7.4.1 25 . 2 . 2 . 5 H9rcQp_G |jc ,8 ?arF__ mOrA*G scQp_G cZc 9*9J ,cZ9p_G baW_G v 18 . 2 . 2 .dJ 9lt {=f;_G RtGQl cdAa ,|M.A HaO= 9lKc=g_l gCGQGE mAc qaTp ,8 ?arF_G mOrA*G scQp_G cZc 9*9J |cjA_G QGc m_ GPE cp jQGC jP_G Bra_G v dJ 9lt ?GcAF_G cdAa ,.aM_G qWAtc 9lOFf .|cjA_G 40
  • 43. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME UO9v v vTv v_G cv vZv pv v_G Qv v v Jv v v _G >v v v vf;_G CHAPTER 6 THE LIBERO PLAYER See Rules 19 19.1 DESIGNATION OF THE LIBERO 5 19.1.1 Each team has the right to designate from the list of players on the score sheet up to two specialist defensive players: Liberos. 4.1.1 19.1.2 All Liberos must be recorded on the score sheet in the special lines reserved for this. 5.2.2, 25.2.1.1, 26.2.1.1 19.1.3 OfGar_G QdFG THE LIBERO PLAYER The Libero on court is the Acting Libero. If there is another Libero, he/ she is the second Libero for the team. 5 4.1.1 5.2.2, 25.2.1.1, 5 4.3 EQUIPMENT 4.3 The Libero uniforms must be numbered like the rest of the team. For FIVB, World and Official competitions, the re-designated Libero should, if possible, wear the same style and colour of jersey as the original Libero, but should keep his/her own number. ,QMB QJ >f: u9FJ H9t GPEa ,xgp QJ >f;t >g_*G v QJ_G >f;_G Hatc 19 . 1 . 3 .scQp__ dF9D QJ >f;t HatcT .Bra jC OFf >g_*G v OJGa QJ >f;_ brp sJc 19 . 2 IO9fD ?cQOZ/I~T aC( U=;l ){FDDG( QJ_G >f;_G jOAQc HC >Gc Ha_ jC Hf Ha__G ?p_AMl 9KAc=;i HatA HG >Gc dA_Ga )QJ >f: {cgA .scQp_G ?cr= Hf Ma]a= ?Fc9=Al U=;*G HatA HC >Gca ,scQp_G ?cr= Hl .scQp_G ?cr= cDl ?lrQl QJ_G >f;_G U=;l HatA HC >Gc HC >Gc ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G B9r=9T* mclZA_G UpF= ?_cF9p_G HtlC HE FccgA O9g*G QJ_G >f;_G jOAQc .lrQ= epAJc Ht_a ,xZFG QJ_G >f;_G v 9lt Ha__Ga QJ_G >f;_9= ?r_gA*G B9tQJ_G ACTIONS INVOLVING THE LIBERO 19.3.1 ?l89r Hl] {FDE {ZZMAl {gpGOl {=f: {cgA= scQp ct_ sJc 19 . 1 . 1 .ccGTA_G IQ9lATE zf {=f;_G V ?Z9M QaaT zf ccGTA_G IQ9lATG zf HcQVJ_G {=f;_G ccGTA >Gc 19 . 1 . 2 .GPK_ IRaGJl BGaOFG The Libero player(s) must wear a uniform (OR JACKET/BIB FOR THE REDESIGNATED Libero) which has a different dominant colour from any colour of the rest of the team. The uniform must clearly contrast with the rest of the team. 19.3 19 19 . 1 26.2.1.1 Only one Libero may be on court at any time. 19.2 Qv vJv v_G >v vf;_G QJ_G >f;_G {cgA The playing actions: 19 . 3 >vg_v_G B9vtQvJ 19 . 3 . 1 19.3.1.1 The Libero is allowed to replace any player in a back row position. 7.4.1.2 19.3.1.2 He/she is restricted to perform as a back row player and is not allowed to complete an attack hit from anywhere (including playing court and free zone) if at the moment of the contact the ball is entirely higher than the top of the net. 13.2.2, 13.2.3, 13.3.5 19.3.1.3 He/she may not serve, block or attempt to block. 12.4.1, 14.6.2, 14.6.6, D11 (12) 13 . 3 . 5 dp_M_G qZ_G RtQl v >f: jC hl |jAc HC QJ_G >f;_ KlTc 19 . 3 . 1 . 1 k ?=Q]_G c9lt@= _ KlTc :a ,dp_M_G qZ_G >f: AGO5= 9latJl Hatc 19 . 3 . 1 . 2 k OFf IQt_G BF9t GPE )IQJ_G ?raF*Ga >g_*G ;l9W( H9vtl jC Hl ?claGK_G .?t=W_G ?lr Hl cl9t_9= zfC Ul;A_G ?dJ_ 12, 4.1, 14.6.2, .OZ_G ?_a9Jl aC OZ_Ga c9TQDG _ sJc : 19 . 3 . 1 . 3 7.4.1.2 13 . 2 . 2 13 . 2 . 3 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 14.6.6,D11(12) 41 41 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 44. 19.3.1.4 A player may not complete an attack hit when the ball is entirely higher than the top of the net, if the ball is coming from an overhand finger pass by a Libero in his/her front zone. The ball may be freely attacked if the Libero makes the same action from outside his/her front zone. 19.3.2 1.4.1, 13.3.6, 23.3.2.3d, e, D1b 1.4.1,13.3.6, 23.3.2.3.d.e D . 1b Libero Replacements 19.3.2.1 Libero Replacements are not counted as substitutions. 6.1.3, 15.5 QJ_G {v=f;_G BG|vcjA 19 . 3 . 2 They are unlimited but there must be a completed rally between two Libero replacements (unless a penalty causes the team to rotate and the Libero to move to position four, or the Acting Libero becomes unable to play, making the rally incomplete.) 6.1.3, 15.6 19.3.2.3 At the start of each set, the Libero cannot enter the court until the 2nd referee has checked the line-up and authorised a Libero replacement with a starting player. 8.2, 12.3 19.3.2.5 A Libero replacement made after the whistle for service but before the service hit should not be rejected; however, at the end of the rally, the game captain must be informed that this is not a permitted procedure, and that repetition will be subject to delay sanctions. 12.3, 12.4, D9 19.3.2.6 Subsequent late Libero replacements shall result in the play being interrupted immediately, and the imposition of a delay sanction. The team to serve next will be determined by the level of the delay sanction. 16.2, D9 19.3.2.7 The Libero and the replacing player may only enter or leave the court through the Libero Replacement Zone. 1.4.4, D1b 19.3.2.8 Libero replacements must be recorded in the Libero Control Sheet (if one is used) or on the electronic score sheet. 26.2.2.1, 26.2.2.2 .QJ >f: jC ?aTGa= g|cjA IO9fEa |jAc HC jO9g_G |jA*G >f;_ RaGc 19 . 3 . 2 . 2 hl aC RtQ*G u_P_ jO9f |cjA ?aTGa= brp |jAc HC xgp_G QJ_G >f;_G hcaATc .dF9D_G QJ_G >f;_G 7.3.2, 12.1 19.3.2.4 Other Libero replacements must only take place while the ball is out of play and before the whistle for service. 7.3.2.12.1 A9KAFE bAJ >g_*G caMO QJ_G >f;_G hcaATc : ,baW ct ?cGO= OFf 19 . 3 . 2 . 3 hl QJ_G >f;_G |cjA= M9lT_Ga HGQaO_G >cAQA scrOA Hl dF9D_G mtJ_G .dT9TFG >f;_G 8.2.12.3 LQ9M IQt_G HatA 9lFc= brp jOCA HC >Gc QJ_G >f;_ iQMFG BG|cjA_G 19 . 3 . 2 . 4 .c9TQ<_ mtJ_G IQp9Z c=ra >g__G 12.3, 12.4, D.9 c=r Ht_a c9TQ<_ IQp9Z_G Og= QJ_G >f;_G |cjA ^pQc : HG >Gc 19 . 3 . 2 . 5 baW_G Uc8Q Q9aME >Gc ,caGOA_G ?c9KF Og= ,c9J ct zf ,c9TQDG ?=Q] k .|M.A_G BGAGRG_ 9==T HatcT u_P QGQtAa ,MalT*G AGQGDG Uc_ GPJ H.= k ^Qpa ,GQap >g__G q9rcE ?rJ;_G QJ_G >f;_G BG|M.A ?GcAF HatA HC >Gc 19 . 3 . 2 . 6 .|M.A_G AGRG ?GQO ?aTGa= w9A_G cTQ*G scQp_G OOJcTa ,|M.A_G BGAGRG 16.2, D.9 1.4.4, D.1b 19.3.2.9 An illegal Libero replacement can involve (amongst others) 6.1.3 26.2.2.1 – the Libero being replaced by a player other than the second Libero or the regular replacement player. 15.9 26.2.2.2 An illegal Libero replacement should be considered in the same way as an illegal substitution: 15.9 6.1.3 should the illegal Libero replacement be noticed before the start of the next rally, then this is corrected by the referees, and the team is sanctioned for delay; D9 15.9 16.9 D.9 42 .B;cO=At QvJ_G >f;_G BG|vcjA >TAJA : 19 . 3 . 2 . 1 QJ_G >f;_ Hc|cjA {= clAtl caGOA Hatc HC >Gc Ht_a IOOJl |i 9KFE GPE aC ,4 RtQl yE QJ_G >f;_G c9rAFGa HGQaO__ QGPFD9= scQp_G >=TA GPE :E( .)clAtl |i caGOA_G cgG= ,>g__G zf QO9r |i xgp_G QJ_G >f;_G K=ZC 19.3.2.2 The regular replacement player may replace and be replaced by either Libero. The Acting Libero can only be replaced by the regular replacement player for that position or by the second Libero. – no completed rally between Libero replacements, zfC cl9t_9= IQt_G HatA 9lOFf ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G ?_ltA Hl >f;_ sJc : 19 . 3 . 1 . 4 h=9ZF9= zfFG Hl IQcQlA Hl ?lO9r IQt_G BF9t GPE ,?t=W_G ?lr Hl IQt_G >g_A HC RaGca ,_ ?Z9M_G ?cl9lFG ?raF*G v QJ_G >f;_G ?aTGa= ?raF*G LQ9M Hl ?tQJ_G UpF QJ_G >f;_G iOC GPE ?cQJ= ?claGJ ._ ?Z9M_G ?cl9lFG c;M Hl brp >g_*G Hl LaQM_Ga caMO_G |jA*G >f;_Ga QJ_G >f;_ sJc 19 . 3 . 2 . 7 .QJ_G >f;_G |cjA ?raFl aC QJ_G >f;_G ?=rGQl IQ9lATG zf QJ_G >f;_G BG|cjA ccGTA >Gc 19 . 3 . 2 . 8 .)9JGOJE BlOMATG GPE( ?cFa~t_:G ccGTA_G IQ9lATE :)w9A_G {= 9lcp( QJ_G >f;_G dFaF9r_G |i |cjA_G clWc HC Htlc 19 . 3 . 2 . 9 .QJ_G >f;_G BG|cjA {= clAtl caGOA OGac : .jO9g_G |jA*G >f;_G aC dF9D_G QJ_G >f;_G |i QMB >f: ?aTGa= QJ_G >f;_G |cjA .dFaF9r |i ccO=At ?rcQa_G UpF= dFaF9r_G |i QJ_G >f;_G |cjA Q9=AfG >Gc ,w9A_G caGOA_G ?cGO= c=r QJ_G >f;_ dFaF9r_G |i |cjA_G yE g9=AF:G mA GPE |M.A_9= scQp_G iR9Gca ,m9tJ_G ?aTGa= JcJZA mAa 42
  • 45. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME should the illegal Libero replacement be noticed after the service hit, the consequences are the same as for an illegal substitution. 15.9 15.9 ,c9TQDG ?=Q] Og= QJ_G >f;_ dFaF9r_G |i |cjA_G yE g9=AF:G mA GPE .dFaF9r_G |i ccO=A_G v dJ 9lt B9g=A_G HatA OcOG QJ >f: {cgA IO9fE 19.4 RE-DESIGNATION OF A NEW LIBERO 19.4.1 The Libero becomes unable to play if injured, ill, expelled or disqualified. The Libero can be declared unable to play for any reason by the coach or, in the absence of a coach, by the game captain. 19.4.2 21.3.2, 21.3.3, D9 21.3.2, 21.3.3, D.9 5.1.2.1, 5.2.1 5.1.2.1, 5.2.1 Team with one Libero 19.4.2.1 When only one Libero is available for a team according to Rule 19.4.1, or the team has only one registered, and this Libero becomes or is declared unable to play, the coach (or game captain if no coach is present) may re-designate as Libero for the remainder of the match any other player (replacement player excepted) not on the court at the moment of the re-designation. 19.4, 19.4.1 19.4, 1.4.1 19.4.2.2 If the Acting Libero becomes unable to play, he/she may be replaced by the regular replacement player or immediately and directly to court by a re-designated Libero. However, a Libero who is the subject of a re-designation may not play for the remainder of the match. If the Libero is not on court when declared unable to play, he/she may also be the subject of a re-designation. The Libero declared unable to play may not play for the remainder of the match. 19.4.2.3 The coach, or game captain if no coach is present, contacts the second referee informing him/her about the re-designation. 5.1.2.1, 5.2.1 19.4.2.4 Should a re-designated Libero become or be declared unable to play, further re-designations are permitted. 19.4.1 19.4.2.5 If the coach requests the team captain to be re-designated as the new Libero, this will be permitted – but the team captain must in this case relinquish all leadership privileges. 5.1.2, 19.4.1 19.4.2.6 In the case of a re-designated Libero, the number of the player redesignated as Libero must be recorded on the score sheet remarks section and on the Libero control sheet (or electronic score sheet if one is used.) 25.2.2.7, 26.2.2.1 19.4.3 5.1.2.1 5.2.1 19.4.1 5.1.2, 19.4.1 25.2.2.7 26.2.2.1 Team with two Liberos 19.4.3.1 Where a team has registered on the score sheet two Liberos, but one becomes unable to play the team has the right to play with only one Libero. No re-designation will be allowed, however, unless the remaining Libero is unable to continue playing for the match. .O9g=ATG aC OQa ,^Ql ,>cZC GPE >g__G zf s8: |i QJ_G >f;_G K=Zc 19 . 4 . 1 ?aTGa= >=T jF >g__G zf s8: |i QJ_G >f;_G H.= H;fDG Htlc .>QO*G >9ci v baW_G Uc8Q ?aTGa= aC ,>QO*G OJGa QJ >f: hl scQp_G 19 . 4 . 2 k mA aC ,19.4.1 IOf9r__ 9r=a scQp__ brp OJGa QJ >f: QTcAc 9lOFf 19 . 4 . 2 . 1 zf s8: |i QJ_G >f;_G GPJ H.= H_fCa ,brp OJGa QJ >f: ccGTA >f: {cgA IO9fE )>QO*G >9ci v baW_G Uc8Q_ aC( >QOl__ sJc ,>g__G v OGGaAl |i )|jA*G >f;_G GOf 9l( QMB >f: jC IGQ9=*G ?cr=_ QJ .{cgA_G IO9fE ?dJ_ OFf >g_*G |cjA_G _ sJc ,>g__G zf s8: |i xgp_G QJ_G >f;_G H.= H_fC GPE 19 . 4 . 2 . 2 k IO9fE ?aTGa= >g_*G yE IQW9=la GQap aC jO9g_G |jA*G >f;_G ?aTGa= k IO9fE v .==T QJ_G >f;_G H9t GPE ,c9J ct zfa ,QJ_G >f;_G {cgA .IGQ9=*G ?cr=_ >g__G _ sJc : ,{cgA_G k s8: |i F.= H;fDG mA 9lOFf >g_*G v GOGGaAl QJ_G >f;_G Htc m_ GPE k .{cgA_G IO9fE v 9==T Hatc HC RaGc ,>g__G zf .IGQ9=*G ?cr=_ >g__G _ sJc : >g__G zf s8: |i F.= H_fC jP_G QJ_G >f;_G >9ci v baW_G Uc8Q aC >QO*G ?aTGa= dF9D_G mtJ_G hl c9ZA:G mAc .{cgA_G IO9fE Hf i;=D ,>QO*G o KlTc u_P= >g__G zf s8: |i FccgA O9g*G QJ_G >f;_G H.= H_fC GPE k .B9FccgA IO9f@= 9]cC KlTc F@p ,OcOG QJ >f;t scQp_G Uc8Q {cgA IO9fE >QO*G >_a GPE .O89r_G BGR9cAlG hclG Hf xMA_G scQp_G Uc8Q zf >Gc Ht_a ,u_P= >f;t {g*G >f;_G mrQ ccGTA >Gc ,QJ_G >f;_G {cgA IO9fE ?_9J v >f;_G ?=rGQl IQ9lATEa ccGTA_G IQ9lATE zf B9dJ;*G HtQ v QJ .)9JGOJE BlOMATG GPE ?cFa~t_DG ccGTA_G IQ9lATE aC( QJ_G 19 . 4 . 2 . 3 19 . 4 . 2 . 4 19 . 4 . 2 . 5 19 . 4 . 2 . 6 {FDE HcQJ {=f: hl scQp_G 19 . 4 . 3 4.1.1, 19.1.1 4.1.1 19.1.1 19.4 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 19.4 19.4 43 43 ,ccGTA_G IQ9lATE zf scQp__ {FDE HcQJ {=f: ccGTA mAc 9lOFf 19 . 4 . 3 . 1 >f: hl >g__G brp scQp__ sJc ,>g__G zf s8: |i 9lJOJC H.= H_fCa .OJGa QJ dr=A*G QJ_G >f;_G H.= H_fC GPE :E ,c9J ct zf ,{cgA_G IO9f@= KlTc : .IGQ9=*G v >g__G zf s8: |i 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 46. 19.5 19.5.1 44 SUMMARY If the Libero is expelled or disqualified, he/she may be replaced immediately by the team’s second Libero. Should the team have only one Libero, then it has the right to make a re-designation. 19.4, 21.3.2, 21.3.3 9.4, 21.3.2, 21.3.3 ?Z;M_G 19 . 5 k ?aTGa= GQap _Jl cJc HC RaGc ,QJ_G >f;_G O9g=ATG aC OQa mA GPE 19 . 5 . 1 sJc u_P= ,brp OJGa QJ >f: scQp__ H9t GPE .scQp__ dF9D_G QJ_G >f;_G .{cgA_G IO9fE AGQG@= scQp__ 44
  • 47. ?=g__G :caFG ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME hv v =9v vTv _G cv v Zv pv v_G Hv cv vtQ9v v Wv vlv v_G uav v _v vT CHAPTER 7 PARTICIPANTS’ CONDUCT See Rules 20 20.1 SPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT 20.1.1 Participants must know the “Official Volleyball Rules” and abide by them. 20.1.2 OfGar_G QdFG REQUIREMENTS OF CONDUCT Participants must accept referees' decisions with sportsmanlike conduct, without disputing them. uav _v Tv _G B9v =v _v v avAv vl In case of doubt, clarification may be requested only through the game captain. 20.1.3 dv v]9v vcQv v_G uav v_v Tv v_G HaO=a d]9cQ ua_T= m9tJ_G BGQGQr HatQ9W*G c=rAc HC >Gc 20 . 1 . 2 .mKA]Q9gl 5.1.2.1 5.1.2.1 Communication between team members during the match is permitted. 21 MISCONDUCT AND ITS SANCTIONS 21.1 qv cv dvFv_G >v vgv __G 20 . 2 k >g__G MaQ_ 9rpa >cPKA_Ga mG~JD9= {tQ9W*G ua_T mTAc HC >Gc 20 . 2 . 1 k HvcQM6G {clTQ_G g9GA 9]cC Ht_a m9tJ_G g9GA brp Uc_ ,qcdF_G .{GQpA*Ga A;lRv_Ga {Tp9vF*Ga Participants must behave respectfully and courteously in the spirit of FAIR PLAY, not only towards the referees, but also towards other officials, the opponent, team-mates and spectators. 20.2.2 .baW_G Uc8Q c;M Hl brp Kc]aA_G RaGc ,uW_G ?_9J v zf |D.A_G yE qOKA dA_G qrGa*Ga B9tQJ_G >FGA {tQ9W*G zf >Gc 20 . 1 . 3 .mKrQp 9K=tAQA dA_G A9aMFG ?cajA aC m9tJ_G BGQGQr FAIR PLAY 20.2.1 20 . 1 mGRvA_DGa "IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_9=" m9*DG {tQ9W*G zf >Gc 20 . 1 . 1 .9Kv= Participants must refrain from actions or attitudes aimed at influencing the decisions of the referees or covering up faults committed by their team. 20.2 20 MINOR MISCONDUCT 5.2.3.4 .IGQ9v=*G c;vM svcQp_G A9v]fC {v= c9vZA:9= KvlTc 20 . 2 . 2 5.2.3.4 v v AGAGRv v Ga uav _vTv v_G Aav v vT Minor misconduct offences are not subject to sanctions. It is the 1st referee’s duty to prevent the teams from approaching the sanctioning level. 5.1.2, 21.3 This is done in two stages: D9, D11 (6a) 5 . 1 . 2, 21 . 3 bcv vTv=v v_G uav v_v vTv v_G Aav v vT k hFl caFG mtJ_G >GGa Hl FC ,AGRG__ 9==T bcT=_G ua_T_G AaT Hatc: .AGRG_G iaAT* >G~rDG Hl {rcQp_G 21 . 1 :{A_JQl v GPJ mAc D9, D11 (6a) Stage 1: by issuing a verbal warning through the game captain; .baW_G Uc8Q c;M Hl japW QdF Bp_ mGOMAT9= :caFG iaAT*G Stage 2: by use of a YELLOW CARD to the team member(s) concerned. This formal warning is not in itself a sanction but a symbol that the team member (and by extension the team) has reached the sanctioning level for the match. It is recorded in the score sheet but has no immediate consequences. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 21 .dFg*G )A9]fFG( scQp_G a]g_ AGQpZ_G ?r9a=_G mGOMAT9= :dF9D_G iaAT*G scQp_G a]f H.= RlQc Ft_a ,AGRG= Uc_ AGP OJ= GPJ xtW_G QdF_G Bp_ k zf HaOca IGQ9=*G v AGRG_G iaATl yE cZa Or )scQp_G ;l9Wa( .?cQap B9g=A OGaA :a ccGTA_G IQ9lATE 45 45 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 48. 21.2 MISCONDUCT LEADING TO SANCTIONS Incorrect conduct by a team member towards officials, opponents, team-mates or spectators is classified in three categories according to the seriousness of the offence. 4.1.1 BGAGRv v Gv_G bv _E jOCv lv_G uav _vTv _G Aav T 4 . 1. 1 21 . 2 ,{clTQ_G g9GA scQp_G a]f ?aTGa= s8;_G |i uav_T_G qFZc k .IA9TDG ?GQO_ 9r=a B98p E;D yE {GQpA*G aC scQp_G A;lR ,{Tp9F*G .?cr;MFG O9=*G aC HTJ_G ua_T__ ?cp9Fl ?tQJ : >PKl |i ua_T 21 . 2 . 1 21.2.1 Rude conduct: action contrary to good manners or moral principles. 21.2.2 Offensive conduct: defamatory or insulting words or gestures or any action expressing contempt. ?tQJ ?cC aC BGA9lcE aC Q9rAJE aC ?glT__ gaWl B9l_t : d8GOf ua_T 21 . 2 . 2 .Q9rAJ<_ I}gl 21.2.3 Aggression: actual physical attack or aggressive or threatening behaviour. .OcOKA ua_T aC d8GOf aC xgp dFO= AGOAfE : AGOAfDG 21 . 2 . 3 21.3 SANCTION SCALE D9 According to the judgment of the 1st referee and depending on the seriousness of the offence, the sanctions to be applied and recorded on the score sheet are: Penalty, Expulsion or Disqualification. 21.2, 25.2.2.6 Penalty D11 (6b) The first rude conduct in the match by any team member is penalized with a point and service to the opponent. 4.1.1, 21.2.1 Expulsion D11 (7) D.9 21.3.1 21.3.2 21.3.2.1 A team member who is sanctioned by expulsion shall not play for the rest of the set, must be substituted legally and immediately if on court and must remain seated in the penalty area with no other consequences. An expelled coach loses his/her right to intervene in the set and must remain seated in the penalty area. 25 . 2 . 2 . 6 D . 11 (6b) 1.4.6, 4.1.1, 5.2.1, 5.3.2, D1a, D1b 5.2.3.3 21.3.2.2 The first offensive conduct by a team member is sanctioned by expulsion with no other consequences. 4.1.1, 21.2.2 21.3.2.3 The second rude conduct in the same match by the same team member is sanctioned by expulsion with no other consequences. 4.1.1, 21.2.1 21.3.3 D11 (8) Disqualification 21 . 2 4.1.1 21 . 2 . 1 4.1.1, D1a 21.3.3.2 The first physical attack or implied or threatened aggression is sanctioned by disqualification with no other consequences. QGPFDG 21 . 3 . 1 iR9Gc ,scQp_G dvp av]f jC ?vaTGa= IGQ9v=*G v caFG >PvK*G |i ua_T_G .Up9Fl__ c9TQDGa ?arF= OQa_G 21 . 3 . 2 1.4.6 4.1.1 5.2.1 , 5.3.2 D . 1a, D . 1b HC >Gca ,baW_G ?cr=_ >g__G OQa_9= iR9G*G scQp_G a]g_ sJc : 21 . 3 . 2 . 1 k k AGRG_G ?raFl v A9r=_G c_f >Gca ,>g_*G v H9t GPE GQapa 9cFaF9r cO=ATc .iQMC B9g=A HaO=a 5.2.3.3 v A9r=_G c_f >Gca baW_G v cMOA_9= rarJ QTMc ,OaQa*G >QO*G .AGRG_G ?raFl 4 . 1. 1 B9g=A HaO=a OQa_9= scQp_G a]f ?aTGa= caFG d8GOg_G ua_T_G iR9Gc 21 . 3 . 2 . 2 .iQMC 21 . 2 . 2 21 . 2 . 1 D . 11 (8) 21.2.3 21.3.3.3 The second offensive conduct in the same match by the same team member is sanctioned by disqualification with no other consequences. 21 . 3 D . 11 (7) 4 . 1. 1 21.3.3.1 A team member who is sanctioned by disqualification must be substituted legally and immediately if on court and must leave the Competition-Control Area for the rest of the match with no other consequences. AGRv v Gv v_G caGOv v G k k dA_G BGAGRG_G H@p ,IA9TDG ?cOG yE GO9FATEa caFG mtJ_G QcOrA_ 9r=a .O9g=ATDG aC OQa_G ,QGPFDG :dJ ccGTA_G IQ9lATE zf cGTAa s=aA 4.1.1, 21.2.2 4 . 1. 1 D . 1a a]f UpF ?aTGa= IGQ9=*G UpF v dF9D_G >PK*G |i ua_T_G iR9Gc 21 . 3 . 2 . 3 .iQMC B9g=A HaO=a ,OQa_9= scQp_G O9g=ATDG 21 . 3 . 3 k k GPE GQapa 9cFaF9r cO=ATc HC O9g=ATD9= iR9G*G scQp_G a]f zf >Gc 21 . 3 . 3 . 1 IGQ9=*G ?cr=_ ?r=9T*G ?=rGQl ?raFl IQO9jl c_f >Gca >g_*G v H9t .iQMC B9g=A HaO=a 21 . 2. 3 O9g=ATD9= jRGRpATDG OcOKA_G aC Kcl_A_G aC caFG dFO=_G AGOAfDG iR9Gc 21 . 3 . 3 . 2 .iQMC B9g=A HaO=a 4.1.1 scQp_G a]f UpF ?aTGa= IGQ9=*G UpF v dF9D_G d8GOg_G ua_T_G iR9Gc 21 . 3 . 3 . 3 .iQMC B9g=A HaO=a ,O9g=ATD9= 21 . 2 . 2 46 46
  • 49. ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WEa mKA9c_a8Tl ,m9tJ_G :dF9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 1: GAME 21.3.3.4 The third rude conduct in the same match by the same team member is sanctioned by disqualification with no other consequences. 4.1.1, 21.2.1 4 . 1. 1, 21 . 2 . 1 a]f UpF ?aTGa= IGQ9=*G UpF v E_9D_G >PK*G |i ua_T_G iR9Gc 21 . 3 . 3 . 4 .iQMC B9g=A HaO=a ,O9g=ATD9= scQp_G uav _vT_G AavT BGAGRvG sc=vaA 21.4 APPLICATION OF MISCONDUCT SANCTIONS 21.4.1 All misconduct sanctions are individual sanctions, remain in force for the entire match and are recorded on the score sheet. 21.3, 25.2.2.6 21.4.2 The repetition of misconduct by the same team member in the same match is sanctioned progressively (the team member receives a heavier sanction for each successive offence). 4.1.1, 21.2, 21.3, D9 4.1.1 21 . 2, 21 . 3 D.9 21.4.3 Expulsion or disqualification due to offensive conduct or aggression does not require a previous sanction. 21.2, 21.3 21 . 2, 21 . 3 21.5 MISCONDUCT BEFORE AND BETWEEN SETS 21 . 3 25 . 2 . 2 . 6 Any misconduct occurring before or between sets is sanctioned according to Rule 21.3 and sanctions apply in the following set. SUMMARY OF MISCONDUCT AND CARDS USED D11 (6a, 6b, 7, 8) Warning: no sanction – Stage 1: verbal warning Stage 2: symbol Yellow card 21.1 Penalty: sanction – symbol Red card 21.3.1 Expulsion: sanction – symbol Red + Yellow cards jointly 21.3.2 Disqualification: sanction – symbol Red + Yellow card separately 18 . 1 18.1, 21.2, 21.3 cagp*G ?cQ9T cdAa ,?cOQp BGAGRGt 9KgclG ua_T_G AaT BGAGRG HatA 21 . 4 . 1 .ccGTA_G IQ9lATG zf cGTAa ,IGQ9=*G ct_ IGQ9=*G UpF v scQp_G a]f UpF ?aTGa= ua_T_G AavT QGQtA iR9Gc 21 . 4 . 2 k k .)?c_9AAl IA9TE ct_ OWC GAGRG scQp_G a]f br_Ac( 9cOf9ZA OaGa AGOAfDG aC d8GOg_G ua_T_G Hf mG9F_G O9g=ATDG aC OQa_G >_aAc : 21 . 4 . 3 s=9T AGRG bGavWFG {=a c=vr uav_v T_G Aav T k ,21 . 3 IOf9r__ 9rpa bGaWFG {= aC c=r EOJc ua_T AaT jC iR9Gc .w9A_G baW_G v BGAGRG_G s=aAa 21 . 5 ?lOMATlv_G B9v r9v a=_Ga ua_T_G AGaT QZAMl 21 . 6 21.3.3 21 . 2, 21 . 3 D.11 21.6 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 (6a,6b,7,8) 21 . 1 21 . 3 . 1 21 . 3 . 2 21 . 3 . 3 47 47 21 . 4 japW QdF Bp_ :1 ?_JQ*G - AGRG : :QdF Bp_ AGQpZ_G ?r9a=_G RlQ_G :2 ?_JQ*G .AGQlJ_G ?r9a=_G RlQ_G - AGRG_G :QGPv v v v v v v v vFDG k 9gl AGQpZ_G + AGQlJ_G {Ar9a=_G RlQ_G - AGRG_G :OQv v v v v v v v v va_G .{A_ZpFl AGQpZ_G + AGQlJ_G {Ar9a=_G RlQ_G - AGRG_G :O9vg=ATDG 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 50. PART 2 SECTION 2: THE REFEREES, THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS 48 dF9D_G mTr_G :dF9D_G ARv vGv_G ,m9v v vtv v vJv v v _G mv v KvA9v cv v_av 8v Tv v vl ?v v vcv lv vTQv v v_G Oc_G BGQ9v v v WEa 48
  • 51. ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WEa mKA9c_a8Tl m9tJ_G :dF9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 2: THE REFEREES, THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS Hv v vl9v v vDv _G cv v Zv v p_G CHAPTER 8 m9v v vtv vJv _G REFEREES OfGar_G QdFG See Rules 22 22.1 BGAGQv v GDGa mvcvtv vJvAv_G ?v 8vcv J Hv cav tv Av v_G REFEREEING CORPS AND PROCEDURES COMPOSITION 22 22 . 1 : {vc_9A_G {vclTQ_G Hl IGQ9v=l__ mcvtJA_G ?v8cJ HavtAA The refereeing corps for a match is composed of the following officials: 23 caFG mtvJ_G - 24 dF9D_G mtvJ_G - 25 25 cGvT*G - 27 27 baaM_G a=rGQl )H9vFDE( ?vg=QC - – the 1st referee, 23 – the 2nd referee, 24 – the scorer, – four (two) line judges. 10. ctW v ?J]al mKFt9lC HatA Their location is shown in Diagram 10. For FIVB, World and Official Competitions an assistant scorer is compulsory. 26 26 Hatc ?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG B9r=9T* k .9cQ9=GE cGT*G Of9Tl BGAGQv v vGDG 22.2 PROCEDURES 22.2.1 Only the 1st and 2nd referees may blow a whistle during the match: 22.2.1.1 the 1st referee gives the signal for the service that begins the rally; : IGQ9v=*G A9vFDC IQvp9Z_G s;aE brp dvF9D_Ga caFG {ltJ__ sJc 22 . 2 . 1 6 . 1 . 3, 12 . 3 6.1.3, 12.3 .caGOA_G COv=c jPv_G c9vTQ<_ IQ9vWDG caFG mvtJ_G dvagc 22 . 2 . 1 . 1 u9FJ HC Hl GOt.Ac HC bQW= ,caGOA_G ?c9KF yE dF9D_Ga caFG H9ltJ_G |Wc 22 . 2 . 1 . 2 .vAgc=a GOOJ 9lKFCa >tAQG Or .aM 22.2.1.2 the 1st or 2nd referee signals the end of the rally, provided that they are sure that a fault has been committed and they have identified its nature. 22.2.2 They may blow the whistle when the ball is out of play to indicate that they authorize or reject a team request. 22.2.3 Immediately after the referee’s whistle to signal the completion of the rally, they have to indicate with the official hand signals: 5 . 1 . 2, 8 . 2 22.2.1.2, 28.1 aC 9rpGa 9lKF.= Kc]aA__ >g__G qraA A9FDC IQp9Z_G s;aE 9lK_ sJc 22 . 2 . 2 .scQp_G >_a 9]pQ 22 . 2 . 1 . 2 5.1.2, 8.2 9lKc_f >vGc ,caGOA_G c9lAtG yE IQ9W<_ mtJ_G IQp9Z Ovg= IQvW9=l 22 . 2 . 3 :?vclTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9W@= Kc]aA_G 28 .1 22.2.3.1 if the fault is whistled by the 1st referee, he/she will indicate in order: a) the team to serve, 22 . 2 :>cA~_9= |Wc qaTp ,caFG mtJ_G ?aTGa= .aM_G zf IQp9Z_G Br_aC GPE 22 . 2 . 3 . 1 12.2.2, D11 (2) 12.2.2, D.11(2) b) the nature of the fault, .c9TQD9= marcT jP_G scQp_G - C ..aM_G ?gc=a - > c) the player(s) at fault (if necessary). .)mR_ GPE( @aM*G )Ha=f;_G( >f;_G - L The 2nd referee will follow the 1st referee’s hand signals by repeating them. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 caFG mtJ_G BGQ9WE IO9f@= dF9D_G mtJ_G h=AcT 49 49 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 52. 22.2.3.2 If the fault is whistled by the 2nd referee, he/she will indicate: :>cA~_9= |Wc qaTp dF9D_G mtJ_G ?aTGa= .aM_G zf IQp9Z_G Br_aC GPE 22 . 2 . 3 . 2 a) the nature of the fault, ..avM_G ?gcv=a - C b) the player at fault (if necessary), c) the team to serve following the hand signal of the 1st referee. In this case, the 1st referee does not show either the nature of the fault or the player at fault, but only the team to serve. D11 (2) .)mRv_ GPE( @vaM*G >vf;_G - > 12.2.2 22.2.3.3 In the case of an attack hit fault by back row or Libero players, both referees indicate according to 22.2.3.1 and 22.2.3.2 above. @aM*G >f;_G aC .aM_G ?gc=a yE caFG mtJ_G QWCc : ,?_9J gPJ v .cT|T jP_G scQp__ brp Ht_a 17.3, D11 (23) 12 . 2 . 2, 13.3.3, 13.3.5 19 . 3 . 1 . 2, 23.3.2.3. d,e D . 11 (21) 12.2.2, D11 (2) 17.3, D.11(23) 22.2.3.4 In the case of a double fault both referees indicate in order: a) the nature of the fault, .c9TQD9= marcT jP_G scQp__ AQ9WE IO9f@= caFG mtJ_G Y9=AG - L D . 11 (2) 12.2.2, 13.3.3, 13.3.5, 19.3.1.2, 23.3.2.3d, e, D11 (21) 12 . 2 . 2 b) the players at fault (if necessary), c) the team to serve as directed by the 1st referee. >f;_G aC dp_M_G qZ_G >f: ?aTGa= ?8a9M ?claGJ ?=Q] ?_9J v 22 . 2 . 3 . 3 k .9J;fC 22.2.3.2 ,22.2.3.1 {AOf9r__ 9r=a H9ltJ_G |Wc QJ_G : >cA~_9= H9ltJ_G |Wc ,LaOR*G .aM_G ?_9J v 22 . 2 . 3 . 4 ..aM_G ?gc=a - C .)mR_ GPE( Ha8aM*G Ha=f;_G - > 23 1st REFEREE 23.1 LOCATION The 1st referee carries out his/her functions standing on a referee's stand located at one end of the net on the opposite side to the scorer. His/her view must be approximately 50 cm above the net. 23.2 The 1st referee directs the match from the start until the end. He/ she has authority over all members of the refereeing corps and the members of the teams. D . 10 4.1.1, 6.3 4.1.1 6.3 He/she also controls the work of the ball retrievers, floor wipers and moppers. 23.2.3 He/she has the power to decide any matters involving the game, including those not provided for in the rules. 23.2.4 He/she shall not permit any discussion about his/her decisions. 3.3 3.3 23 . 1 23 . 2 hclG zf ?a_T_G _a ,?c9KF_G bAJa ?cGOv=_G Hl IGQ9=*G caFG mvtJ_G QvcOc 23 . 2 . 1 .{rcQp_G A9]fCa mctJA_G ?8cJ A9]fC .{ppG*Ga ?vc]QFG dJT9vla BGQvt_G dvarA_l cvlf >vrGQc 23 . 2 . 2 |i QalFG u_P v 9l= >g__9= s_gAl QlC jC v QGQr_G P9MAG v ?a_T_G _ 23 . 2 . 3 .OfGar_G v 9KFf [aZF*G 20.1.2 20 . 1 . 2 50 hv vrav lv _G k k OFf IOaGa*G mtJ_G ?ZFl zf 9prGa aC 9T_9G A9=GGa caFG mtJ_G jOCc wGaJ= ?t=W_G sap gQdF iaATl Hatc HC >Gca ,?t=W_G dAc9KF iOJE .9=cQrA mT 50 ?8cJ A9]fC BGQGQr A9j_E v ?a_T_G _a ,?c89KF IGQ9=*G A9FDC AGQGQr HatA .?v8a9M 9KvFC qWAtE GPE HcQM6G mctJA_G k jOCc : jP_G mctJA_G ?8cJ A9]fC Hl jC cOv=ATc HC 9]cC _ RaGc .?JcJZ IQaZ= A9=GGa He/she may even replace a member of the refereeing corps who is not performing his/her functions properly. 23.2.2 23 ?v vav_v Tv v_G D . 1a, D . 1b During the match his/her decisions are final. He/she is authorized to overrule the decisions of other members of the refereeing corps, if it is noticed that they are mistaken. .caFG mtJ_G IQ9WE >TJ cT|T jP_G scQp_G - L caFG mv tv Jv _G D1a, D1b, D10 AUTHORITY 23.2.1 12.2.2, D.11(2) .AGQGQr caJ X9rF j.= KlTc : HC >Gc 23 . 2 . 4 50
  • 53. ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WEa mKA9c_a8Tl ,m9tJ_G :dF9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 2: THE REFEREES, THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS However, at the request of the game captain, the 1st referee will give an explanation on the application or interpretation of the rules upon which he/she has based the decision. If the game captain does not agree with this explanation and chooses to protest against such decision, he/she must immediately reserve the right to file and record this protest at the conclusion of the match. The 1st referee must authorize this right of the game captain. 23.2.5 5.1.2.1 5.1.2.1, 5.1.3.2, 25.2.3.2 The 1st referee is responsible for determining before and during the match whether the playing area equipment and the conditions meet playing requirements. Chapter 1, 23.3.1.1 5 . 1. 2 . 1 k sc=aA caJ 9J9]cE ,baW_G Uc8Q Hl >_a= caFG mtJ_G dagc ,ct zfa .QGQr_G 9Kc_E OFATG dA_G OfGar__ |TpA aC O] L9GAJ:G QQra caFG mtJ_G Kc]aA zf baW_G Uc8Q spGac m_ GPE k ?c9KF OFf L9GAJ:G mcOrA sJ= e9pAJ:G GQap c_f >Gc ,QGQr_G GPJ cDl .bavW_G Uc8Qv_ sJ_G GPKv= M9lT_G caFG mtJ_G zf >Gca ,IGQ9=*G 25 . 2 . 3 . 2 k caFG cZp_G ?raFl BF9t GPE 9l OcOJA Hf IGQ9=*G A9FDCa c=r :a8Tl caFG mtJ_G Hatc 23 . 2 . 5 .>g__G B9=_aAl= dpA qaQd_Ga BGaOFGa >g__G 23 . 3 . 1 . 1 5.1.2.1 5.1.3.2 B9v cv_av8vTvlv _G 23.3 : IGQ9=*G c=r caFG mtJ_G marc 23 . 3 . 1 RESPONSIBILITIES 23.3.1 Prior to the match, the 1st referee: 23.3.1.1 inspects the conditions of the playing area, the balls and other equipment; 23.3.1.2 performs the toss with the team captains; 7.1 23.3.1.3 controls the teams' warming-up. caFG cZp_G 23 . 2 . 5 Chapter 1, 23.2.5 .iQMFG BGaOFGa BGQt_Ga >g__G ?raFl ?_9J [Jp 23 . 3 . 1 . 1 7.2 23.3.2 23 . 3 7.1 .{rcQp_G dTc8Q hl ?fQr_G AGQGE 23 . 3 . 1 . 2 7.2 .{rcQp_G A9lJE ?=rGQl 23 . 3 . 1 . 3 : ?a_T IGQ9=*G A9FDC caFG mtJ__ Hatc 23 . 3 . 2 21 . 1 .{rcQp__ QdF_G Bp_ QGOZE 23 . 3 . 2 . 1 16 . 2, 21 . 2 During the match, he/she is authorized: .BG|M.A_Ga ua_T_G AaT IGR9Gl 23 . 3 . 2 . 2 23.3.2.1 to issue warnings to the teams; 21.1 23.3.2.2 to sanction misconduct and delays; 16.2, 21.2, D9, D11 (6a, 6b, 7, 8, 25) (6a,6b,7,8,25) a) the faults of the server and of the positions of the serving team, including the screen; 7.5, 12.4, 12.5, 12.7.1, D4, D6, D11 (12,13) 7 . 5, 12 . 4, 12. 5, 12 . 7 .1, D.4,D6, D11(12,13) b) the faults in playing the ball; 9.3, D11 (16, 17) 9.3,D11 (16,17) c) the faults above the net, and the faulty contact of the player with the net, primarily on the attacker’s side; 11.3.1,11.4.1, 11.4.4, D11 (20) 11.4.4, D11(20) d) the attack hit faults of the Libero and back-row players; 13.3.3, 13.3.5, 24.3.2.4, D8, D11 (21) 13.3.3, 13.3.5 24.3.2.4, D8, D . 11 (21) e) the completed attack hits made by a player on a ball above net height coming from an overhand pass with fingers by the Libero in his/ her front zone; 1.4.1, 13.3.6, 24.3.2.4, D11 (21) 1.4.1, 13.3.6 24 . 3 . 2 . 4, D . 11 (21) f) the ball crossing completely the lower space under the net; 8.4.5, 24.3.2.7, D5a, D11 (22) D9, D11 23.3.2.3 to decide upon: OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 11.3.1,11.4.1, 8.4.5 24 . 3 . 2 . 7 D.5a, D11(22) 51 51 : H.W= QQrc 23 . 3 . 2 . 3 .A9pMDG u_P v 9l= ,cTQ*G scQp_G RtGQla cTQ*G A9aMC - C .IQt_G >g_ v A9aMFG - > k zf 9=_9i ,?t=W_G hl >f;_G ?Tl;l .aMa ,?t=W_G sap A9aMFG - L .mG9K*G ?KG q .dp_M_G qZ_G d=f;_a ,QJ_G >f;__ ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G A9aMC - O Y9pAQE Hl zfC IQt_ >f;_G ?aTGa= ?_lAt*G ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G - v J QJ_G >f;_G ?aTGa= h=9ZF9= zfFG Hl IQcQlA Hl ?lO9r_G ?t=W_G .?cl9lFG ?raF*G v .?t=W_G BJA xpT_G c9G*G cl9t_9= IQt_G Qa=f - a 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 54. g) the completed block by back row players or the attempted block by the Libero. 14.6.2, 14.6.6, D11 (12) 23.3.3 At the end of the match, he/she checks the score sheet and signs it. 24.3.3, 25.2.3.3 24 2nd REFEREE 24.1 LOCATION The 2nd referee performs his/her functions standing outside the playing court near the post, on the opposite side of and facing the 1st referee. 24.2 The 2nd referee is the assistant of the 1st referee, but has also his/her own range of jurisdiction. 24.3.3, 25.2.3.3 D1a, D1b, D10 D . 1a, D . 1b D . 10 24.3 24 . 3 Should the 1st referee become unable to continue his/her work, the 2nd referee may replace him/her. 24.2.2 He/she may, without whistling, also signal faults outside his/her range of jurisdiction, but may not insist on them to the 1st referee. 24.3 24.2.3 He/she controls the work of the scorer(s). 25.2, 26.2 24.2.4 He/she supervises the team members on the team bench and reports their misconduct to the 1st referee. 4.2.1 24.2.5 He/she controls the players in the warm-up areas. 4.2.3 24.2.6 He/she authorizes the regular game interruptions, controls their duration and rejects improper requests. 15, 15.11, 25.2.2.3 24.2.7 He/she controls the number of time-outs and substitutions used by each team and reports the 2nd time-out and 5th and 6th substitutions to the 1st referee and the coach concerned. 15.1, 25.2.2.3 24.2.8 In the case of an injury of a player, he/she authorizes an exceptional substitution or grants a 3-minute recovery time. 15.7, 17.1.2 24.2.9 He/she checks the floor condition, mainly in the front zone. He/she also checks, during the match, that the balls still fulfil the regulations. 1.2.1, 3 24.2.10 He/she supervises the team members in the penalty areas and reports their misconduct to the 1st referee. For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, the duties recorded under 24.2.5 and 24.2.10 are carried out by the Reserve Referee. >f;_G ?aTGa= OZ_G ?_a9Jl aC dp_M_G qZ_G d=f;_ clAt*G OZ_G - R .QJ_G .ccGTA_G IQ9lATG hraca srOc ,IGQ9=*G ?c9KF OFf 23 . 3 . 3 dvF9v Dv_G mvtv Jv _G AUTHORITY 24.2.1 14 . 6 . 2 14 . 6 . 6 D . 11 (12) 24 . 3 24 hv vrav vlv _G k c=9r*G >F9G_G v m89r_G >Qr >g_*G LQ9M 9prGa A9=GGa dF9D_G mtJ_G jOCc k .caFG mtJ_G 9KGGal 24 . 1 ?v av _v Tv v_G 24 . 2 k .v= ?Z9M ?a_T s9aF 9]cC v_ Hvt_a ,caFG mvtJ__ Ovf9Tl avJ dF9D_G mtJ_G 24 . 2 . 1 zf caFG mtJ_G IQOr mOf ?_9J v ,caFG mtJ_G cJl cJc HC _ sJc ._lf v QGQlAT:G k ,A9a_T s9aF LQ9M A9aMC yE IQp9Z_G s;aE HaO= IQ9WDG 9]cC _ sJc 24 . 2 . 2 .caFG mtJ__ 9Kc_f QGQZDG _ sJc : Ht_a 25 . 2, 26 . 2 .)Hc_GT*G( cGT*G clf >vrGQc 24 . 2 . 3 4.2.1 AaT Hf caFG mtJ_G k_=ca ,svcQp_G Ogvrl zf svcQp_G A9v]fC zf qQvWc 24 . 2 . 4 .mKA9cta_T 4.2.3 .A9lJDG dAraFl v {=f;_G >rGQc 24 . 2 . 5 15, 15 . 11 .?8a9M_G B9=_a_G ^pQca 9KAOl >rGQca ,?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA= KlTc 24 . 2 . 6 25 . 2 . 2 . 3 15 . 1 1.4.6, 21.3.2 25 . 2 . 2 . 3 15 . 7 17 . 1 . 2 1 . 2 . 1, 3 . 1.4.6 21 . 3 . 2 ,scQp ct ?aTGa= ?lOMAT*G B;cO=A_Ga ?garAT*G B9raFG OOf >rGQc 24 . 2 . 7 Hc_cO=A_Ga dF9D_G harAT*G Bra_G Hf dFg*G >QO*Ga caFG mtJ_G k_=ca .UO9T_Ga Ul9M_G Bra s89rO 3 KFlc aC d89FDATG ccO=A= ,>f;_G ?=9ZE ?_9J v KlTc 24 . 2 . 8 .L;g__ k A9FDC 9]cC Ot.Aca ,?cl9lFG ?raF*G v ?Z9M ?c]QFG ?_9J Hl Ot.Ac 24 . 2 . 9 .K8Ga__G ?r=9al B_GR9l BGQt_G HC Hl IGQ9=*G AaT Hf caFG mtJ_G k_=ca ,AGRG_G sa9Fl v svcQp_G A9v]fC zf qQvWc 24 . 2 . 10 .mKta_T H@p ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG B9r=9T* .b9cAJDG mtJ_G ?aTGa= PpFA 24.2.10a 24.2.5 jOF= BJA B9lK*G 52 52
  • 55. ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WEa mKA9c_a8Tl ,m9tJ_G :dF9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 2: THE REFEREES, THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS 24.3 RESPONSIBILITIES 24.3.1 At the start of each set, at the change of courts in the deciding set and whenever necessary, the 2nd referee checks that the actual positions of the players on the court correspond to those on the line-up sheets. 24.3.2 During the match, he/she decides, whistles and signals: 5.2.3.1, 7.3.2, 7.3.5, 18.2.2 5.2.3.1, 7.3.2, 7.3.5, 18.2.2 24.3.2.1 penetration into the opponent's court, and the space under the net; 1.3.3, 11.2, D5a, D11 (22) 24.3.2.2 positional faults of the receiving team; 7.5, D4, D11 (13) 24.3.2.3 the faulty contact of the player with the net primarily on the blocker’s side and with the antenna on his/her side of the court; 11.3.1 24.3.2.4 the completed block by back row players or the attempted block by the Libero; or the attack hit fault by back row players or by the Libero; 13.3.3, 14.6.2, 14.6.6, 23.3.2.3d, e, g, D11 (12, 21) 13.3.3, 14.6.2, 8.4.2, 8.4.3, D11 (15) 23.3.2.3d, e,g, 24.3.2.5 the contact of the ball with an outside object; 24.3.2.6 the contact of the ball with the floor when the 1st referee is not in position to see the contact; 11 . 3 . 1 14.6.6 25 ?aTGa= OZ_G ?_a9Jl aC dp_M_G qZ_G d=f: ?aTGa= cvlAt*G OvZ_G 24 . 3 . 2 . 4 aC dp_M_G qZ_G d=f: ?aTGa= ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G .aM aC ,QJ_G >f;_G .QJ_G >f;_G ?aTGa= .dGQ9M mTG_ IQt_G ?Tl;l 24 . 3 . 2 . 5 8.4.2, 8.4.3, D11 (15) 8.3 8.4.3, 8.4.4 D5a, D11 (15) SCORER 25.1 k dA_G ?c8GaK_G 9Zg_G hla OZ_G ?KG 9=_9i ?t=W__ >f;_G ?Tl;l .aM 24 . 3 . 2 . 3 .>g_*G Hl =F9G= D11 (12, 21) 23.3.3, 25.2.3.3 At the end of the match, he/she checks and signs the score sheet. .c=rAT*G scQp__ RtQ*G A9aMC 24 . 3 . 2 . 2 7.5, D4, D11 (13) 8.4.3, 8.4.4, D5a, D11 (15) 24.3.3 : zf QWCca IQp9Z_G s_aca dF9D_G mtJ_G QQrc IGQ9=*G A9FDC 24 . 3 . 2 .?t=W_G BJA Up9F*G c9Gla >g_l cMGO R9cAG:G 24 . 3 . 2 . 1 D.5a, D11(22) 8.3 24.3.2.7 the ball that crosses the net totally or partly outside of the crossing space to the opponent’s court or contacts the antenna on his/her side of the court. 1.3.3, 11.2, B9vcv_av 8vTv lv _G 24 . 3 9l bAla cZ9p_G baW_G v {=g_*G |cjA OFfa baW ct ?cGO= OFf Ot.Ac 24 . 3 . 1 k >g_*G v {=f;_ ?c_gp_G RtGQ*G H.= dF9D_G mtJ_G srOc ,9cQaQ] H9t .HGQaO_G >cAQA ?rQa_ ?r=9al .?Tl__G ?cCQ Hl Ftlc : h]a v caFG mtJ_G Hatc 9lOFf ^QFG IQt_G ?Tl;l 24 . 3 . 2 . 6 k k Ul_A aC Up9F*G >g_l yE Qa=g_G c9Gl LQ9M 9c8RG aC 9c_t ?t=W_G }gA dA_G IQt_G 24 . 3 . 2 . 7 .>g_*G Hl =F9G Hl ?c8GaK_G 9Zg_G .ccGTA_G IQ9lATE hraca srOc IGQ9=*G ?c9KF OFf 24 . 3 . 3 LOCATION 23.3.3, 25.2.3.3 The scorer performs his/her functions seated at the scorer's table on the opposite side of the court from and facing the 1st referee. cv GvTv lv _G hv ravlv _G B9vcv_av8vTvlv_G k k .dvF9D_G mvtJ_G hl 9vFa9gvAl OvfGarv__ 9vr=a cvcGTA_G IQ9vlAT9= epAvJc D1a, D1b, D10 25.2 RESPONSIBILITIES He/she keeps the score sheet according to the rules, co-operating with the 2nd referee. He/she uses a buzzer or other sound device to notify irregularities or give signals to the referees on the basis of his/her responsibilities. 25.2.1 Prior to the match and set, the scorer: 25.2.1.1 registers the data of the match and teams, including the names and numbers of the Liberos, according to the procedures in force, and obtains the signatures of the captains and the coaches; 25 25 . 1 25 . 2 D1a, D1b, D10 4.1, 5.1.1, 5.2.2, 7.3.2, 19.1.2, 19.4.2.6 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 4.1, 5.1.1 5.2.2, 7.3.2 19.1.2, 19.3.3.2 53 53 k >g_l__ c=9r*G >F9G_G v cGT*G ?_a9a OFf 9T_9G A9=GGa cGT*G jOCc k .caFG mtJ_G 9KGGal |i qaQd Hf Z;=<_ QMB dAaZ R9KG aC d89=QKt_G UQG_G mOMATc k .vA9c_a8T* 9rpa m9tJ__ BGQ9WDG A9afD aC ?cO9f : bavW_Ga IGQ9v=*G cv=r cvGT*G marc 25 . 2 . 1 QGQJFG {=f;_G m9rQCa A9lTC ?_l9W {rcQp_Ga IGQ9v=*G B9F9c= ccGTA 25 . 2 . 1 . 1 k {rcQp_G dTc8Q B9gcraA zf cZJca ,9K= calg*G BGAGQG<_ 9r=a .{=QO*Ga 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 56. 25.2.1.2 records the starting line-up of each team from the line-up sheet. If he/she fails to receive the line-up sheets on time, he/she immediately notifies this fact to the 2nd referee. 25.2.2 5.2.3.1, 7.3.2 5.2.3.1 5.2.3.1, 7.3.2 Z;v=@= mavrc ,OOJv*G Bvra_G v HGQaO_G >cAQA ?rQa m;ATG v s9pMDG OFf k ?vgrGa_G gPJ Hf GQap dF9D_G mvtJ_G During the match, the scorer: 25.2.2.1 records the points scored; 12.2 25.2.2.3 is empowered to acknowledge and announce requests for player substitutions by use of the buzzer, controlling their number, and records the substitutions and time-outs, informing the 2nd referee; 15.1, 15.4.1, 15.10.3c, 24.2.6, 24.2.7 25.2.2.4 notifies the referees of a request for regular game interruption that is out of order; 15.11 25.2.2.5 announces to the referees the ends of the sets, and the scoring of the 8th point in the deciding set; 6.2, 15.4.1, 18.2.2 25.2.2.6 records misconduct warnings, sanctions and improper requests; 15.11.3, 16.2, 21.3 25.2.2.7 records all other events as instructed by the 2nd referee, i.e. exceptional substitutions, recovery time, prolonged interruptions, external interference, re-designation, etc.; 15.7, 17.1.2, 17.2, 17.3, 19.4 : IGQ9=*G A9FDC cGT*G marc 25 . 2 . 2 6.1 25.2.2.2 controls the serving order of each team and indicates any error to the referees immediately after the service hit; 25.2.2.8 controls the interval between sets. 25.2.3 6.3 25.2.3.2 in the case of protest, with the previous authorization of the 1st referee, writes or permits the team/game captain to write on the score sheet a statement on the incident being protested; 5.1.2.1, 5.1.3.2, 23.2.4 25.2.3.3 signs the score sheet him/herself, before obtaining the signatures of the team captains and then the referees. 5.1.3.1, 23.3.3, 24.3.3 ASSISTANT SCORER LOCATION .BRQJC dA_G b9rF_G ccGTA 25 . 2 . 2 . 1 k Og= .aM jC Hf GQap m9tJ_G yE |Wca ,scQp ct_ c9vTQDG >cvAQA ?v=rGQl 25 . 2 . 2 . 2 .c9TQDG ?=Q] 15.1, 15.4.1, 15.10.3c 24.2.6, 24.2.7 sa=_G R9KG mGOMAT9= {=f;_G ccO=A B9=_a Hf H;f<_ ?a_T_G _ 25 . 2 . 2 . 3 .dF9D_G mtJ_G Z;=Ea ?garAT*G B9raFGa B;cO=A_G HaOVca ,9JOOf >rGQca 15.11 .KcJZ_G |i jO9g_G >g__G qraA >_a Hf m9tJ_G Z;=E 25 . 2 . 2 . 4 6.2, 15.4.1 18.2.2 baW_G v ?Fl9D_G ?arF_G ?GcAF OFfa ,m9tJ__ bGaWFG ?c9KF= H;fDG 25 . 2 . 2 . 5 .cZ9p_G 15.11.3, 16.2, 21.3 .?8a9M_G B9=_a_Ga BGAGRv G_G ,ua_T_G AaT QdF Bp_ cvcGTA 25 . 2 . 2 . 6 15.7, 17.1.2, 19.4 18.1 25.2.3.1 records the final result; 26.1 6.1 12 . 2 At the end of the match, the scorer: 26 .HGQaO_G >vcAQA ?vrQa Hl svcQp ct_ dvT9TFG HGQaO_G >vcAQA cvcGTA 25 . 2 . 1 . 2 .dF9D_G mtJ_G ?aTGa= B9lc_gA_G >TJ EOJc 9l hclG ccGTA 25 . 2 . 2 . 7 ,dGQ9M_G cMOA_G ,?_caa_G B9praA_G ,L;g_G HlR ,d89FDATDG ccO=A_G : c9Dl N_E..... ,{cgA_G IO9fE 18 . 1 .bGaWFG {= ?JGQ_G I~p >rGQc 25 . 2 . 2 . 8 17.2, 17.3 :IGQ9=*G ?c9KF OFf cGT*G marc 25 . 2 . 3 6.3 .?c89KF_G ?GcAF_G ccGTA 25 . 2 . 3 . 1 5.1.2.1, KlTc aC >Atc ,caFG mtJ_G Hl s=T*G QGQrDG hl ,L9GAJ:G ?_9J v 25 . 2 . 3 . 2 Hf ccGTA_G IQ9lATG zf H9c= ?=9At= baW_G Uc8Q /scQp_G Uc8Q_ .9Kc_f HAJ*G ?grGa_G 5.1.3.2, 23.2.4 5.1.3.1, 23.3.3, 22.1, D1a, D1b, D10 24.3.3 dTc8Q B9gcraA zf caZJ_G c=r ,ccGTA_G IQ9lATG zf TpF= hrac 25 . 2 . 3 . 3 .m9tJ_G mD {rcQp_G 26.2 RESPONSIBILITIES He/she records the replacements involving the Libero. 54 cGT*G Of9Tl hra*G k .cGT*G ?_a9a OFf cGT*G >F9G= 9T_9G A9=GGa cGT*G Of9Tl jOCc 26 26 . 1 D10 The assistant scorer performs his/her functions seated beside the scorer at the scorer’s table. 19 . 3 B9c_a8T*G .QJ_G >f;_9= ?r_gA*G BG|cjA_G Ha Oc * 26 . 2 22.1, D1a, D1b 19.3 54
  • 57. ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WEa mKA9c_a8Tl ,m9tJ_G :dF9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 - SECTION 2: THE REFEREES, THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES AND OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS He/she assists with the administrative duties of the scorer’s work. .cGT*G clg_ ?cQGODG c9lfFG v Of9Tc yE cGT*G Of9Tl cO=ATc ,_lf ?_ZGal Hl cGT*G haATc m_ GPE .cGTl Should the scorer become unable to continue his/her work, the assistant scorer substitutes for the scorer. 26.2.1 Prior to the match and set, the assistant scorer: :cGT*G Of9Tl marc ,baW_Ga IGQ9=*G c=r 26 . 2 . 1 26.2.1.1 prepares the Libero control sheet; .QJ_G >f;_G ?=rGQl IQ9lATG OGOfE 26 . 2 . 1 . 1 26.2.1.2 prepares the reserve score sheet. 26.2.2 .?ca9cAJ:G ccGTA_G IQ9lATG OGOfE 26 . 2 . 1 . 2 During the match, the assistant scorer: 26.2.2.1 records the details of the Libero replacements/re-designations; 26.2.2.2 notifies the referees of any fault of the Libero replacement, by using the buzzer; 19.3.2 26.2.2.3 starts and ends the timing of Technical Time-outs; :cGT*G Of9Tl marc ,IGQ9=*G A9FDC 26 . 2 . 2 19.3.1.1, 19.4 15.4.1 19.3.1.1, 19.4 .B9FccgA_G IO9fE/QJ_G >f;_G BG|cjA ccZ9pA HaOc 26 . 2 . 2 . 1 19 . 3 . 2 . 1 .sa=_G mGOMAT9= QJ_G >f;_G |cjA Hf .aM jF m9tJ_G k_=c 26 . 2 . 2 . 2 15 . 4 . 1 .dFp_G harAT*G Bra_G HlR dKFca CO=c 26 . 2 . 2 . 3 26.2.2.4 operates the manual scoreboard on the scorer's table; 26.2.2.5 checks that the scoreboards agree; 26.2.2.6 if necessary, updates the reserve score sheet and gives it to the scorer. .cGT*G ?_a9a zf ?caOc_G ?GcAF_G ?Ja_ zf clgc 26 . 2 . 2 . 4 25.2.2.1 25.2.1.1 26.2.3 25 . 2 . 2 . 1 25 . 2 . 1 . 1 At the end of the match, the assistant scorer: .?r=9al__ ?GcAF_G ?Ja_ srOc 26 . 2 . 2 . 5 k k .cGTl__ 9Kcagca ?ca9cAJ:G ccGTA_G IQ9lATG ca.= :aC RKGc ,9cQaQ] H9t GPE 26 . 2 . 2 . 6 :cGT*G Of9Tl marc ,IGQ9=*G ?c9KF OFf 26 . 2 . 3 26.2.3.1 signs the Libero control sheet and submits it for checking; .scrOA__ 9Kl_Tca QJ_G >f;_G ?=rGQl IQ9lATG hrac 26 . 2 . 3 . 1 26.2.3.2 signs the score sheet. .ccGTA_G IQ9lATG hrac 26 . 2 . 3 . 2 For FIVB, World and Official Competitions which use an e-score sheet, the Assistant Scorer acts with the Scorer to announce the substitutions and identify the Libero replacements. 27 LINE JUDGES 27.1 mAc dA_Ga ?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG B9r=9T* hl cGT*G Of9Tl marc ,?cFa~t_DG ccGTA_G IQ9lATE mGOMATE .QJ_G >f;_G BG|cjA ?r=9ala B;cO=A_G Hf Z;=DG cGT*G LOCATION bav av Mv_G av =v rGQv vl If only two line judges are used, they stand at the corners of the court closest to the right hand of each referee, diagonally at 1 to 2 m from the corner. hv ravlv _G D1a, D1b, D10 D . 1a, D . 1b, D . 10 Each one of them controls both the end line and side line on his/her side. For FIVB, World and Official Competitions, it is compulsory to have four line judges. They stand in the free zone at 1 to 3 m from each corner of the court, on the imaginary extension of the line that they control. D10 OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 D . 10 55 55 27 27 . 1 >g_*G dFtQ OFf H9prc 9lKF@p ,brp {FDC bM d=rGQl mGOMATG ?_9J v k .HtQ_G Hl ~l 2 yE 1 Hl Og=o zf ,9cQar mtJ ct_ bFlc_G Oc__ >QrFG k .v=F9G Hl >vF9G_Ga ?vc9KF_G dvaM Hvl ;vt 9vlKFl OvJGa cvt >vrGQc Hatc ,?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG B9r=9T* k .9cQ9=GE baaM d=rGQl ?g=QC OaGa >g_l__ HtQ ct Hl Q9AlC 3 yE 1 Hl Og=o zf IQJ_G ?raF*G v Haprc .A=rGQl= Halarc jP_G bM__ dlJa_G OGOAl:G zf 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 58. 27.2 RESPONSIBILITIES 27.2.1 The line judges perform their functions by using flags (40 x 40 cm), to signal: D12 8.3, 8.4, D12 (1, 2) 27.2.1.2 the touches of "out" balls by the team receiving the ball; 8.4, D12 (3) 27.2.1.3 the ball touching the antenna, the served ball and the third hit of the team crossing the net outside the crossing space, etc.; 8.4.3, 8.4.4, 10.1.1, D5a, D12 (4) 27.2.1.4 any player (except the server) stepping outside of his/her court at the moment of the service hit; 7.4, 12.4.3, D12 (4) 27.2.1.5 the foot faults of the server; 12.4.3 27.2.1.6 any contact with the top 80 cm of the antenna on their side of the court by any player during his/her action of playing the ball or interfering with the play; 11.3.1, 11.4.4, D3, D12 (4) 27.2.1.7 the ball crossing the net outside the crossing space into the opponent's court or touching the antenna on his/her side of the court. 10.1.1, D5a, D12 (4) At the 1st referee's request, a line judge must repeat his/her signal. 28 OFFICIAL SIGNALS 28.1 REFEREES’ HAND SIGNALS D11 The referees must indicate with the official hand signal the reason for their whistle (the nature of the fault whistled or the purpose of the interruption authorized). The signal has to be maintained for a moment and, if it is indicated with one hand, the hand corresponds to the side of the team which has made the fault or the request. 28.2 LINE JUDGES’ FLAG SIGNALS 27 . 2 D. 12 )mT 40640( 9JO9gv=C ?vcGQ mGOvMAT9= mKvA9=GGa bavaM_G a=rGQl jOCc 27 . 2 . 1 : yE IQ9W<_ 8 . 3, 8 . 4 D . 12 (1, 2) aM Hvl >Qvr_9= IQvt_G bvrTA 9lv_t "LQ9M" a "cMGO" IQt_G 27 . 2 . 1 . 1 .)mKaaaM( 8.4 D . 12 (3) .IQt__ c=rAT*G scQp_G Hl " ?GQ9M_G " ?Tal_*G BGQt_G 27 . 2 . 1 . 2 8.4.3 8.4.4 10 . 1 . 1 D5a, D12 (4) }gA scQp__ ?D_9D_G ?=Q]_Ga c9TQDG IQt ,?vc8GaK_G 9vZg_G IQvt_G ?Tl;l 27 . 2 . 1 . 3 .N_E ...Qa=g_G c9Gl LQ9M ?t=W_G 7.4 12 . 4 . 3, D . 12 (4) ?=Q] ?dJ_ OFf )cTQ*G A9FDAT9=( =g_l ^QC LQ9M >f: jC daMA 27 . 2 . 1 . 4 .c9vTQDG 12 . 4 . 3 .cvTQl__ mOr_G A9aMC 27 . 2 . 1 . 5 11 . 3 . 1 11 . 4 . 4 D.3, D . 12 (4) 27.2.1.1 the ball ”in” and “out” whenever the ball lands near their line(s); 27.2.2 B9cv_av 8v Tv lv _G >f: jC ?aTGa= >g_*G Hl mK=F9G zf ?c8GaK_G 9Zg_G hl Ul;A jC 27 . 2 . 1 . 6 .>g__G hl cMGOAc aC IQt_G >g__ AtQJ A9FDC 10 . 1 . 1 D . 5a D . 12 (4) Ul_A aC Up9F*G >g_l yG Qa=g_G c9Gl LQ9M ?t=W_G }gA dA_G IQt_G 27 . 2 . 1 . 7 .>g_*G Hl =F9G= dA_G ?c8GaK_G 9Zg_G .caFG mtJ_G >_a OFf AQ9WG QGQtA bM_G >rGQl zf >Gc 27 . 2 . 2 D . 11 ?v cvlv TQv_G BGQ9v vWDG m9v tv Jv_v_ Ov cv_G BGQ9v vWE 28 28 . 1 s;aE >=T ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9W@= GaJ]ac HC m9tJ_G zf >Gc qraA_G Hl ^Qj_G aC ,IQp9Z_G 9Kc_f Br_aC dA_G .aM_G ?gc=a( mKAQp9Z ,IOJGa Oc= BPpF GPEa ,?J}_ IQ9WDG zf A9r=DG >Gca ,)MalT*G .>_a_9= mOrA aC .aM_G >tAQG jP_G svcQp_G >F9G_ ?vKGGa*G Ovc_G mOMATAp D12 The line judges must indicate with the official flag signal the nature of the fault called, and maintain the signal for a moment. D . 12 bavav Mv_G dv=vrGQv lv_ ?vcGQv _G BGQ9v v WE 28 . 2 .aM_G ?gcv=a ?clvTQ_G ?vcGQ_G IQ9vW@= bavaM_G a=rGQl |Wc HC >Gc .?vJ}_ IQ9WD9= e9pAJ:Ga >TAJ*G 56 56
  • 59. dF9D_G mTr_G PART 2 :E_9D_G ARv vGv_G SECTION 3: DIAGRAMS c9v v v v tWFG OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 57 57 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 60. ?r=9T*G /?=rGQ*G ?raFl :1a ctW 1, 1.4.5, 1.4.6, 4.2.1, 4.2.3.1, 15.4.4, 19.3.2.7, 21.3.2.1, 21.3.3.1, 23.1, 24.1, 25.1, 26.1 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 58
  • 61. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G >g__G ?raFl :1b ctW 1, 1.4, 1.4.2, 1.4.3, 1.4.4, 1.4.5, 1.4.6, 4.2.1, 4.2.3.1, 15.10.1, 19.3.1.4, 19.3.2.7, 21.3.2.1, 23.1, 24.1, 25.1, 26.1 59 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G
  • 62. >g__G ^QC :2 ctW 1.1, 1.3, 1.3.3, 1.3.4, 1.4.1, 5.2.3.4 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 60
  • 63. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G ?t=W_G mclZA :3 ctW 2, 2.1.6, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5.1, 11.3.1, 11.3.2, 27.2.1.6 61 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G
  • 64. {=f;_G RtGQl :4 ctW 7.4, 7.4.3, 7.5, 23.3.2.3a, 24.3.2.2 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 62
  • 65. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G Up9Fl__ >g_l yE ?t=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G IQt_G Qa=f :5a ctW 2.4, 8.4.3, 8.4.4, 8.4.5, 10.1.1, 10.1.3, 24.3.2.7, 27.2.1.3, 27.2.1.7 63 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G
  • 66. Up9Fl__ IQJ_G ?raF*G yE ?t=W__ jOalg_G iaAT*G IQt_G Qa=f :5b ctW 10.1.2, 10.1.2.2, 24.3.2.7 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 64
  • 67. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G df9lG_G A9pMDG :6 ctW 12.5, 12.5.2, 23.3.2.3a :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G clAt*G OZ_G :7 ctW 14.1.3 65 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G :?_Z_G BGP IOf9r_G
  • 68. dp_M_G qZ_G >f: maGJ :8 ctW 13.2.2, 13.2.3, 23.3.2.3d, 24.3.2.4 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 66
  • 69. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G BGAGRG_G caGOG :9 ctW 16.2, 21.3, 21.4.2 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ua_T_G AaT AGRG caOG |M.A_G AGRG caOG 67 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 70. mKcOf9Tla mctJA_G ?8cJ Ht9lC :10 ctW 3.3, 23.1, 24.1, 25.1, 26.1, 27.1 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 68
  • 71. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G m9tJ__ ?clTQ_G Oc_G BGQ9WE :11 ctW c9TQD9= M9lT_G cT|T jP_G scQp_G 2 >f;*G |cjA 3 harAT*G Bra_G 12.3, 22.2.1.1 1 4 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G c9TQDG g9GAE yE IQ9W<_ Oc_G uQJ 22.2.3.1, 22.2.3.2, 22.2.3.4 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G cT|T jP_G scQp_G >F9G YGQP_G Ol :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G k k mTG_G caJ 9lKp_a 9p_Ma 9l9lC HcOf9T_G hpQE 18.2 15.4.1 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G iQMFG Oc_G h=9ZC zf HcOc_G iOv vJE ?v vJGQ h] k scQp__ QWC mD )T qQJ ;tWl( jOalf h]a= >_a jP_G 69 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 72. ccO=A_G 15.5.1, 15.5.2, 15.8 5 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ^g=_G 9lK]g= caJ HcOf9T__ ?cQ8GO ?tQJ ua_T_G AaT QdF Bp_ ua_T_G AaT QGPFE 21.1, 21.6 6a 6b :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G QdF Bp__ AGQpZ_G ?r9a=_G Q9KdE 21.3.1, 21.6, 23.3.2.2 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G QGPF<_ AGQlJ_G ?r9a=_G Q9KdE OQa_G 7 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G k OQa__ 9gl {Ar9a=_G Q9KdE 21.3.2, 21.6, 23.3.2.2 70
  • 73. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G O9g=AT:G )IGQ9=*G aC( baW_G ?c9KF 21.3.3.21.6.23.3.2.2 8 9 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G AGQpZ_Ga AGQlJ_G {Ar9a=_G Q9KdE O9g=AT<_ {A_ZpFl 6.2, 6.3 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ,QOZ_G m9lC {ga9rAl HcOf9T_G cgGE {AJaApl HcOc_G c9TQDG ?=Q] OFf IQt_G QQJA aC qPrA m_ 10 12.4.1 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G Oc_G dAJGQa IOaOl*G YGQP_G hpQE zfC yE ?KGAl c9TQDG v |M.A_G 11 12.4.4 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ?JaApl IOaQpl h=9ZC ?cF9lD hpQE 71 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 74. A9pMDG aC OZ_G .aM HGQaO_G aC RtQ*G .aM 12.5, 12.6.2.3, 14.6.3, 19.3.1.3, 23.3.2.3a, g, 24.3.2.4 k m9lI_ HcOc_G dAJGQa 9cOalf {fGQP_G 9A_t hpQE 7.5, 7.7, 23.3.2.2.3a, 24.3.2.2 12 13 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ?=9=T_9= ?cQ8GO ?tQJ clfC ycMGOz IQt_G 14 8.3 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ^QFG aJF h=9ZFGa YGQP_9= QWC yLQ9Mz IQt_G 15 8.4.1, 8.4.2, 8.4.3, 8.4.4, 24.3.2.5, 24.3.2.7 k {AJaApl HcOc_Ga 9cOalf HcOf9T_G hpQE mTG_G g9GA 9lKcAJGQa :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 72
  • 75. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G uT*G 16 9.2.2, 9.3.3, 23.3.2.3b :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G zfI_ ?KGGal Oc_G ?JGQa Ab== Of9T_G hpQE ?GaOR*G ?Tl__G 17 9.3.4, 23.3.2.3b :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G {JaApl HcOaQpl {g=ZE hpQE B9=Q] h=QC 18 9.3.1, 23.3.2.3b :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ?JaApl IOaQpl h=9ZC ?g=QC hpQE Qa=g_G c9Gl Hl] Up9Fl__ IQt_G Qa=f cWp ,>f;_G ?aTGa= Ul_A ?t=W_G 19 11.4.4, 12.6.2.1 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ?t=W__ ?_Z_G BGP ?KG_G yE QWC ?r=9a*G Oc_G hl 73 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 76. ?t=W_G q_M caZa_G 20 11.4.1, 13.3.1, 14.3, 14.6.1, 23.3.2.3c :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G cpTI_ ?KGGal Oc_G ?JGQ ,?t=W_G sap Oc_G h] :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G Up9F*G c9TQE zf aC QJ_G >f;_G ?aTGa= ,dp_M_G qZ_G >f: ?aTGa= - ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G .aM 21 13.3.3, 13.3.4, 13.3.5, 23.3.2.3d, e, 24.3.2.4 ?cl9lFG ?raF*G v QJ_G >f;_G ?aTGa= h=9ZF9= zfFG Hl IQcQlA zf :9JOGOAlE aC = ?Z9M_G 13.3.6 ?JaApl Oc_Ga Of9T_9= cpTI_ ?tQJ clfC Up9F*G >g_l cMGO R9cAG:G 22 aC xpT_G c9G*G IQt_G Qa=f aC )?c9KF_G bM( >g_*G cTQ*G Ul_c c9TQDG ?=Q] ?dJ_ OFf =g_l LQ9M >f;_G aaMc 8.4.5, 11.2.2, 12.4.3, 23.3.2.3a, f, 24.3.2.1 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G ?_Z_G BGP bM_G aC qZAF*G bM yE QWC IO9fDGa LaORl .aM 23 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G k 9cOalf {l9K=DG ;t hpQE 6.1.2.2, 17.2, 22.2.3.4 74
  • 77. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G ?Tal_*G IQt_G 24 23.3.2.3b, 24.2.2 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G jOalf h]a= iQMFG Oc_G h=9ZC Oc_G ?JGQ= KTlE |M.A QGPFE / |M.A QdF Bp_ 25 15.11.3, 16.2.2, 16.2.3, 23.3.2.2 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G )QdF Bp_( AGQpZ_G ?r9a=_9= kTQ_G bi )QGPFE( AGQlJ_G ?r9a=_9=a 75 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 78. baaM_G d=rGQ* ?clTQ_G ?cGQ_G BGQ9WE :12 ctW ycMGOz IQt_G yLQ9Mz IQt_G 2 ?Tal_*G IQt_G 8.3, 27.2.1.1 1 3 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G cpTFG yE ?cGQ_9= QWC :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G k 9cOalf ?cGQ_G hpQE 8.4.1, 27.2.1.1 27.2.1.2 :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G IQJ_G Oc_G ?JGQ= 9J;fC U*Ca ?cGQ_G hpQE c9TQDG A9FDC >f: jC ?aTGa= mOr_G .aM aC dGQ9M mTG_ IQt_G ?Tl;l ,c9G*G R9cAGE A9aMC 4 8.4.2, 8.4.3, 8.4.4, 12.4.3, 27.2.1.3, :?_Z_G BGP OfGar_G 27.2.1.4, 27.2.1.6, 27.2.1.7 dFg*G bM_G aC ?c8GaK_G 9Zg_G yE QWCa UCQ_G sap ?cGQ_9= Ma _ 76
  • 79. c9v v v v v tWFG :E_9D_G ARG_G - dF9D_G mTr_G o mtJ_G ?_9JATE 5 QOZ_G m9lC {Aga9rAl HcOc_Ga {fGQP_G hpQE 77 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 80. PART 3 DEFINITIONS 78 E_9D_G mTr_G B9v v v v v v pv cQv v vgA_G 78
  • 81. B9pcQgA_G :E_9D_G mTr_G PART 3: DEFINITIONS ?r=9T*G - ?=rGQ*G ?raFl yE B9J9T*G hclG clWA dA_Ga ,IQJ_G ?raF*Ga >g_*9= b9J*G Rc_JO_G dJ ?r=9T*G ?=rGQl ?raFl .)1a ctW QdFC( baM*G L9cT_G aC ?cGQ9M_G RGGaJ_G COMPETITION / CONTROL AREA The Competition / Control Area is a corridor around the playing court and free zone, which includes all spaces up to the outer barriers or delimitation fence. See diagram/fig 1a. ZONES sa9F*G )?Z9M Oacr hl aC( OOJl ^Qi Kc]aA_ )IQJ_G ?raF*Ga >g_*G clWA( >g__G ?raFl cMGO m9TrC dJ ?raF*G ,IQJ_G ?raF*G ,ccO=A_G ?raFl ,c9TQDG ?raFl ,?cl9lFG ?raF*G clWA dJa ,IOf9r_G [F Hl] .QJ_G >f;_G |cjA ?raFla ,?cp_M_G These are sections within the playing area (i.e. playing court and free zone) as defined for a specific purpose (or with special restrictions) within the rule text. These include: Front Zone, Service Zone, Substitution Zone, Free Zone, Back Zone, and Libero Replacement Zone. AREAS These are sections of the floor OUTSIDE the free zone, identified by the rules as having a specific function. These include: warm-up area and penalty area. B9v v J9v vT*G ?raFl clWA dJa ,IOOJl ?pcda_ OfGar_G ?aTGa= s=9aAA ,IQJ_G ?raF*G LQ9M ^QFG Hl m9TrC dJ .AGRG_G ?raFla A9lJDG LOWER SPACE This is the space defined at its upper part by the bottom of the net and the cord joining it to the posts, at the sides by the posts, and the bottom by the playing surface. xpT_G c9G*G k Hla ,{l89r_9= 9Ka=Qc jP_G c=J_Ga ?t=W_G cpTC ?aTGa= ja_g_G 9K8RG OFf GOOJl c9G*G GPJ Hatc .>g__G KaT ?aTGa= cpTFG Hla ,{l89r_G ?aTGa= >FGaG_G CROSSING SPACE The crossing space is defined by: Qav v v=g_G c9Gl k :?aTGa= GOOJl Qa=g_G c9Gl Hatc .?t=W_G ?lr OFf drpFG bcQW_G .9lJOGOAlGa H9Ac8GaK_G H9A9Zg_G .qrT_G Qa=g_G c9Gl c;M Hl Up9F*G >g_l yE IQt_G }gA HC >Gc – The horizontal band at the top of the net – The antennae and their extension – The ceiling The ball must cross to the opponent’s COURT through the crossing space. EXTERNAL SPACE The external space is in the vertical plane of the net outside of the crossing and lower spaces. dGQ9M_G c9G*G .xpT_G c9G*Ga Qa=g_G c9Gl LQ9M ?t=W__ dTCQ_G iaAT*G Hl dGQ9M_G c9G*G Hatc SUBSTITUTION ZONE This is the part of the free zone through which substitutions are carried out. ccO=A_G ?raFl k .ccO=A_G jQGc 9K_;M Hl dA_Ga IQJ_G ?raF*G Hl GARG gPJ HatA UNLESS BY AGREEMENT OF FIVB This statement recognizes that while there are regulations on the standards and specification of equipment and facilities, there are occasions when special arrangements can be made by FIVB in order to promote the game of Volleyball or to test new conditions. IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G ?rpGal= :E B9=T9Fl u9FJ ,BGRcKGA_Ga BGaOI_ B9pZGa*Ga Ucc9rl__ K8Ga_ u9FJ HC 9*9a FE Rclc |=gA_G GPJ aC IQ89a_G IQt_G ?=g_= A9rAQ<_ IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JA:G ?aTGa= ?Z9M B9=cAQA clf Htlc 9lOFf .IOcOG B:9J Q9cAMD FIVB STANDARDS The technical specifications or limits as defined by FIVB to the manufacturers of equipment. IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG Ucc9rl .BGaOFG ?f9FZ_ IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG ?aTGa= ?J]a*Ga IOOJ*G aC ?cFp_G B9pZGa*G PENALTY AREA In each half of the competition/control area, there is a Penalty Area located behind the prolongation of the end line, outside the free zone, which should be placed a minimum of 1.5 metres behind the rear edge of the bench. OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 AGRG_G ?raFl ?raF*G LQ9M ?c9KF_G bM OGOAlE q_M 9KF9tla AGRG ?raFl u9FJ ,?r=9T*G ?=rGQl ?raFl Hl qZF ct v k .scQp_G Ogr* dp_M_G OJ_G q_M 9=cQrA ~l 1.5 9KF9tl Hatc HC >Gca ,IQJ_G 79 79 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G
  • 82. FAULT a) A playing action contrary to the rules. b) A rule violation other than a playing action. DRIBBLING Dribbling means bouncing the ball (usually as a preparation to tossing and serving). Other preparatory actions could include (amongst others) moving the ball from hand to hand. TECHNICAL TIME-OUT This special mandatory time-out is, in addition to time-outs, to allow the promotion of Volleyball, analysis of the play and to allow additional commercial opportunities. Technical Time-Outs are mandatory for FIVB, World and Official competitions. BALL RETRIEVERS These are personnel whose job it is to maintain the flow of the game by rolling the ball to the server between rallies. RALLY POINT This is the system of scoring a point whenever a rally is won. INTERVAL The time between sets. The change of courts in the 5th (deciding) set is not to be regarded as an interval. RE-DESIGNATION This is the act by which a Libero, who cannot continue or is declared by the team “unable to play”, has his/her role taken by any other player (except the regular replacement player) not on the court at the moment of the re-designation. REPLACEMENT This is the act by which a regular player leaves the court and either Libero (if more than one) takes his/her place. This can even include Libero for Libero exchanges. The regular player can then replace either Libero. There must be a completed rally between replacements involving any Libero. INTERFERING Any action which will create an advantage against the opponent team or any action which prevents an opponent from playing the ball. OUTSIDE OBJECT An object or a person which while outside the playing court or close to the limit of the free playing space provides an obstruction to the flight of the ball. For example: overhead lights, the referee’s chair, TV equipment, scorer’s table, and net posts. Outside objects do not include the antennae since they are considered as the part of the net. SUBSTITUTION This is the act by which one regular player leaves the court and another regular player takes his/ her place. 80 .aM_G .OfGar_G q;M >f;_G ?tQJ - C .>g__G ?tQJ q;M IOf9r_G u9KAFE - > ?gcQTa I|Zr B9=Q]= IQt_G cGaA Htlca ,)c9TQDGa ?pPr__ OGOf:G v 9lt IO9f( IQt_G OGOAQE dFgc ?gcQTa I|Zr B9=Q]= IQt_G cGaA .Oc yE Oc Hl IQt_G ucQJA )B9cQMFG {= 9lcp( iQMFG ?cOcKlA_G B9tQJ_G clWA HC dFp_G harAT*G Bra_G ?aTGa= IQ89a_G IQt_9= A9rAQ<_ M9lT__ ?garAT*G B9raFG yE ?p9]E ,dlGR_DG harAT*G Bra_G aJ GPJ B9r=9T* ?clGR_E ?cFp_G ?garAT*G B9raFG HatAa ,?cp9]E ?cQ9GA [Qp= M9lT_Ga >g__G B;c_JA .?clTQ_Ga ?c*9g_G ,IQ89a_G IQt__ waO_G O9JADG BGQt_G aarA_l {= cTQl__ IQt_G ?GQJO ?aTGa= >g__G ?g=9Al zf ?dp9J*G mKp89da HatA HcP_G [9MWFG mJ .B:aGOA_G caGOA_G ?arF .caGOA_9= Rap_G mA 9l_t ?arF ccGTA_ m9dF_G aJ GPJ ?JGQ_G I~p .?JGQ I~pt }Agc : Ul9M_G )cZ9p_G( baW_G v >f;*G |cjA bGaWFG {= Bra_G dJ {cgA_G IO9fE ,>g__G zf s8: |i scQp_G ?aTGa= K=ZCa ?g=9A*G QJ_G >f;_G hcaATc : =Gal= jP_G QGQr_G aJ GPJ ?dJ_ OFf >g_*G v OGGaAl |i )jO9g_G |jA*G >f;_G GOf 9l( QMB >f: jC ?aTGa= Apcda BPMAEa .{cgA_G IO9fE |cjA_G PM.c_ )OJGa Hl QDtC u9FJ GPE( QJ >f: jCa >g_*G jO9g_G >f;_G u~c =Gal= jP_Ga clg_G aJ GPJ ,QJ_G >f;_G hl |jAc HC jO9g_G >f;_G hcaATca ,QJ_G >f;_G hl QJ_G >f;_G GPJ clWca _Jl .QJ >f: j.= ?_ZA*G BG|cjA_G {= clAtl caGOA Hatc HC >Gca cMGOA_G .IQt_G >g_ Hl Up9F*G hFlA dA_G ?tQJ ?cC aC Up9F*G scQp_G O] IRcl O9GcD ?tQJ ?cC dGQ9M_G mTG_G k k .IQt_G HG|a ?r9fE 9==Tl ,QJ_G >g__G c9Gl OaOJ_ 9=cQr aC >g_*G LQ9M Hatc jP_G [MW_G aC mTG_G .?t=W_G IOlfCa cGT*G ?_a9a ,HacRp_A_G BGaOC ,mtJ_G dTQt ,qrT_G IA9]E :c9Dl .?t=W_G Hl ARG }AgA 9KFE EcJ ?c8GaK_G dZg_G clWA : ?cGQ9M_G m9TGFG ccO=A_G .QMB jO9f >f: F9tl PM.ca >g_*G jO9f >f: u~c =Gal= jP_Ga clg_G GPJ 80
  • 83. UQKp_G INDEX A Actions involving the Libero........................ 41 Additional Equipment................................. 15 Antennae ................................................... 15 Application of misconduct sanctions........... 47 Assistant Coach.......................................... 20 Attack hit ................................................... 32 Authorization of the service........................ 31 B Ball at the net............................................. 28 Ball crossing the net ................................... 28 Ball “in”......................................... 26, 72, 76 Ball in play.................................................. 26 Ball in the net............................................. 29 Ball “out” ...................................... 26, 72, 76 Ball out of play ........................................... 26 Ball touching the net .................................. 29 Balls ........................................................... 16 Block.................................................... 33, 65 Block contact ............................................. 34 Blocking ............................................... 33, 72 Block and team hits.................................... 34 Blocking faults............................................ 34 Blocking the service.................................... 34 Blocking within the opponent’s space......... 34 F Fair play ..................................................... 45 Faults in playing the ball ............................. 28 Faults made during the service ................... 31 Faults of the attack hit................................ 33 First Referee ............................................... 50 – Authority................................................ 50 – Location ................................................. 50 First service in a set..................................... 30 Forbidden objects....................................... 18 36. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d89FDAT:G ccO=A_G 31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c9TQDG PcpFA 39. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dGQ9M_G cMOA_G F 45. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . qcdF_G >g__G 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IQt_G >g_ v A9aMFG 31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c9TQDG A9FDC EOJA A9aMC 33. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G A9aMC 50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . caFG mtJ_G 50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?a_T_G 50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hra*G 30. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . baW_G v caFG c9TQDG 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?faFl*G A9cWFG G Game delays .............................................. 38 Game interruptions .............................. 35, 39 H Height of the net........................................ 14 G 38. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G BG|M.A 39 , 35. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G B9praA I Illegal substitution ...................................... 37 Improper request........................................ 38 Injury / Illness............................................... 39 Interruptions .............................................. 35 Intervals ..................................................... 40 Intervals and change of courts.................... 40 C Captain ...................................................... 19 Change of courts ................................. 40, 69 Change of equipment ................................ 18 Characteristics of the attack hit .................. 32 Characteristics of the hit............................. 27 Coach ........................................................ 20 Contact with the net .................................. 30 L Lighting...................................................... 14 Limitation of substitutions .......................... 36 Line judges...................................... 55, 76-77 Line judges’ flag signals................... 56, 76-77 – Location ................................................. 55 – Responsibilities ....................................... 56 Lines on the court ...................................... 13 Location of the team .................................. 17 D Default and incomplete team ..................... 22 Delay sanctions .......................................... 39 Designation of the Libero ........................... 41 Dimensions ................................................ 12 M Minor misconduct ...................................... 45 Misconduct and its sanctions...................... 45 Misconduct before and between sets ......... 47 Misconduct leading to sanctions................. 46 E Equipment ........................................... 18, 41 Exceptional game interruption.................... 39 Exceptional substitution.............................. 36 Execution of the service.............................. 31 External interference .................................. 39 H 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G Y9pAQG 37. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dFaF9r_G |i ccO=A_G 38. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . @a9M_G >_a_G 39. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ^Q*G /?=9ZDG 35. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B9praA_G 40. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?JGQ_G BG~p 40. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >f;*G |cjAa ?JGQ_G BG~p N Net and posts............................................. 14 Number of regular game interruptions ....... 35 L 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IA9]DG 36. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B;cO=A_G OcOJA 77 , 76 , 55. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . baaM_G a=rGQl 77 , 76 , 56. . . . . . . . . . . . . baaM_G d=rGQ* ?cGQ_G BGQ9WE 55. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hra*G 56. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B9c_aCT*G 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g_*G zf baaM_G 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . scQp_G H9tl M 45. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bcT=_G ua_T_G AaT 45. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AGAGRGa ua_T_G AaT 47. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bGaWFG {=a c=r ua_T_G AaT 46. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BGAGRG_G yE jOC*G ua_T_G AaT N 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . m8Gar_Ga ?t=W_G 35. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA OOf OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL RULES 2013-2016 81 81 2016 - 2013 IQ89a_G IQt__ ?clTQ_G OfGar_G A 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . QJ_G >f;_9= ?r_gA*G B9tQJ_G 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?cp9]DG BGaOFG 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?c8GaK_G dZg_G 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ua_T_G AaT BGAGRG sc=aA 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >QO*G Of9Tl 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c9TQD9= M9lT_G B 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G OFf IQt_G 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G IQt_G Qa=f 76 ,72 ,26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "cMGO" IQt_G 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G v IQt_G 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G v IQt_G 76 , 72-26. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "LQ9M" IQt_G 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G LQ9M IQt_G 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G IQt_G U* 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BGQt_G 65 , 33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OZ_G 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OZ_G ?T* 72 , 33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OZ_G AGOC 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . scQp_G B9=Q]a OZ_G 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OZ_G AGOC A9aMC 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c9TQDG OZ 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up9F*G c9Gl Hl] OZ_G C 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . scQp_G Uc8Q 69 , 40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >f;*G |cjA 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BGaOFG |cjA 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G [89ZM 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?=Q]_G [89ZM 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >QO*G 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G U* D 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . clAt*G |i scQp_Ga q_MA_G 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . |M.A_G BGAGRG 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . QJ_G >f;_G {cgA 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O9g=FG E 41 , 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BGaOFG 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?c89FDAT:G >g__G B9praA
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O Official signals ...................... 56, 69-75, 76-77 Official warm-up session ............................ 22 P Player’s faults at the net.............................. 30 Playing area.......................................... 12, 59 Playing surface ........................................... 12 Playing the ball........................................... 27 Positions..................................................... 24 Positional fault ........................................... 24 Posts .......................................................... 15 Prolonged interruptions.............................. 39 R Reaching beyond the net...................... 29, 74 Refereeing corps .................................. 49, 68 – Procedures .............................................. 49 – Responsibilities ...................... 51, 53, 54, 56 Referees’ hand signals ..................... 56, 69-75 Request for regular game interruptions ...... 35 Requirements of conduct ........................... 45 Restrictions of the attack hit ....................... 32 Rotation ..................................................... 25 Rotational fault .................................... 25, 72 S Sanction cards.......................... 47, 67, 70, 71 Sanction scales ..................................... 46, 67 Scorer ........................................................ 53 – Location ................................................. 53 – Responsibilities ....................................... 53 Screening ............................................. 31, 72 Second Referee .......................................... 52 – Authority................................................ 52 – Location ................................................. 52 – Responsibilities ....................................... 53 Service ....................................................... 30 Service order .............................................. 30 Sequence of regular game interruptions ..... 35 Serving faults and positional faults ............. 32 Side bands ................................................. 15 Sportsmanlike conduct ............................... 45 Standards................................................... 16 States of play ............................................. 26 Structure .................................................... 15 Structure of play......................................... 22 Substitution................................................ 36 Substitution for expulsion or disqualification . 37 Substitution procedure ............................... 37 82 T Teams......................................................... 17 Team composition ...................................... 17 Team leaders .............................................. 19 Team hits.............................................. 27, 34 Team starting line-up.................................. 23 Temperature............................................... 14 The Libero Player ........................................ 41 The toss ..................................................... 22 Three-ball system ....................................... 16 Time-out and Technical Time-out................ 35 To score a point.......................................... 21 To score a point, win a set and the match... 21 To win a set................................................ 21 To win the match ....................................... 22 Types of delays ........................................... 38 U Uniformity of balls...................................... 16 Z Zones and areas ......................................... 13 UQKp_G T 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sQp_G 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . scQp_G HcatA 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . scQp_G IO9r 34 , 27. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . scQp_G B9=Q] 23. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dT9TFG HGQaO_G >cAQA 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IQGQJ_G ?GQO 41. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . QJ_G >f;_G 22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?fQr_G 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BGQt E;D_G m9dF 35. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dFp_G harAT*G Bra_Ga harAT*G Bra_G 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?arF ccGTA_ 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IGQ9=*Ga baW_9= Rap_G ,?arF ccGTA_ 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . baW_9= Rap_G 22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IGQ9=*9= Rap_G 38. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BG|M.A_G YGaFC U 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BGQt_G OcJaA Z 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sa9F*Ga B9J9T*G O 77 , 76 , 75 , 69 , 56. . . . . . . . . . . . ?clTQ_G BGQ9WDG 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dlTQ_G A9lJDG I~p P 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G OFf >f;_G A9aMC 59 , 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G ?raFl 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G KaT 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IQt_G >g_ 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RtGQ*G 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RtQ*G .aM 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . m8Gar_G 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?_caa_G B9praA_G R 74 , 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?t=W_G q_M caZa_G 68 , 49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mctJA_G ?8cJ 49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BGAGQGDG 56 , 54 , 53 , 51. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B9c_aCT*G 75 , 69 , 56. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . m9tJ__ Oc_G BGQ9WE 35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA >_a 45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ua_T_G B9=_aAl 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?claGK_G ?=Q]_G Oacr 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HGQaO_G 72 , 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HGQaO_G .aM S 71 , 70 , 67 , 47. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AGRG_G B9r9a= 67 , 46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AGRG_G caGOG 53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cGT*G 53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hra*G 53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B9c_aCT*G 72 , 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A9pMDG 52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dF9D_G mtJ_G 52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?a_T_G 52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hra*G 53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B9c_aCT*G 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c9TQDG 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c9TQDG >cAQA 35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?cO9g_G >g__G B9praA >r9gA 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RtQ*G A9aMCa c9TQDG A9aMC 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ?c=F9G_G ?aQWFG 45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d]9cQ_G ua_T_G 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ucc9r*G 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G B:9J 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >ct~_G 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >g__G m9dF 36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ccO=A_G 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O9g=AT:G aC OQa_G >=T= ccO=A_G 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ccO=A_G AGQGE 82
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