The Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) stipulates two 30-second time-outs allowed per team, per set. In FIVB World and Official Competitions, there are two additional 60-second technical time-outs in each set when the leading team reaches the 8th and 16th points, however there is no technical time-out in a tie-breaking set (5th set).
All time-outs that are requested last for 30 seconds. 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 points. 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.
This special mandatory time out is, in addition to time outs, to allow the promotion of volleyball by analysis of the play and to allow additional commercial opportunities. Technical Time Outs are mandatory for FIVB World and Official competitions.
-FIVB Official Volleyball Rules
Differences between indoor and beach volleyball technical time-outs:
Each team is allowed 2 time outs per game.
The coach signals the R2 or the down ref and he will call it. you then have 45 sec - 1minute
A timeout lasts 1:00 in a volleyball game.
Each team gets two time-outs per set in indoor volleyball.
no one there is no time in volleyball
There is no limited time in a volleyball match. there is just a certain score the team has to get to finish and win the match.
There can be anywhere from 9 to 15 people on a volleyball team. It really depends. There are only 6 that play on the court at one time though.
no the only half time is when a coach calls time out
As many as you can do!
Volleyball and Ice Hockey both have up to 6 players active on each team at a time.
It's still called a time out, nothing different.