you are allowed 12 substitutions in a volleyball
5 in the court and two substitutes
There are 12 substitutes allowed in indoor volleyball.
6 players for a team and up to 6 substitutes. Though, most people have about 2-4
Yes there are substitutes in volleyball but a coach/team can only have so many subsitutions. There can only be 10 subsitutions per game and an overall 30 substitutions for a match of 2 out of 3 games or an overall of 50 substitutions for a match of 3 out of 5 games.
If you mean how do players substitutes in volleyball, they do a motion with their arms/hands, then the down ref will let them go after they have touched hands. If you mean how many substitutes are there, there are twelve subs per a set in a volleyball match.
You need 6 people on court, but you need at LEAST 2 substitutes in case one of the players on court gets hurt.
you are allowed 400 substitutes
There are supposed to be 6 people on a volleyball team
There are two players on a beach volleyball team.
In volleyball, substitutes are legal and quite frequently used, if that's what you're asking.
12 players on any volleyball team
6 players for an indoor volleyball team and 2 generally for outdoor or beach volleyball.
There are 6 players on a regular volleyball team
There are 6 players on a regulation volleyball team.
Two people play on a beach volleyball team.
One no more, no less
According to the NCAA guidelines for 2013-14 there is no limit to the number of substitutes a team can have. The substitutes can take the place of any of the players in any situated area following the right method of substitution during the game.
In nearly all volleyball layouts, one team is allowed to hit the volleyball 3 times. 4+ hits are considered illegal.
there are 6 players on the court at a time in volleyball. And there are only two on the court in beach volleyball.
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