In a normal volleyball game you have to score to 25 and be winning be at least 2 points.
yes if it is rally scoring which is the most common way of scoring in volleyball
when your side(your team) hits or bumps or sets the ball over to the other side and it touches the floor
I assume you mean receiving? That is when the other team has the ball and are serving it to your team. They are the serving team and you are the receiving team.
The serving team announces their score first.
When the ball touches the ground.
The team that is winning.
When calling the score before serving, the server calls out his/her teams score followed by the score of the opposing team
Not any more. It used to be that you had to serve to make a point, but that isn't so any more.
Add out is a term that was used before in scoring meaning that the receiving team had to win the rally to get serve, then they could start scoring points. While the opposing team is serving, the receiving team is in add out. This method of scoring isn't used anymore in rec leagues, high school, or college volleyball. It changed simply because the games were taking entirely too long.
To Win A Volleyball Match You Need 25 Points.
It depends on what level you are playing at. I play on my high school team and we use rally score. We go up to 25 points and you have to be at least two points ahead to win the game. For example if the score was 25-24 the game would not be over the winning team would have to get one more point to win the game. Rally scoring is when you win the volley [the ball hits the floor on the other teams side or out on your side etc.] you get a point whether or not your team served the ball. In 8th grade we used the original scoring way. We only went to 15 points then but you still had to win by two points. The original scoring is when you have to serve the ball and win the volley in order to get a point.