The player who is serving must stand behind the baseline, between the center mark and the sideline. A foot fault takes place when your foot touches the ground on - or forward of - the service line before you strike the ball.
During your service motion, if your feet touch the baseline of the court or touch the middle line (the bump in the middle of the baseline), it is called a foot fault and the serve is a fault. The serve is supposed to be delivered from behind the baseline and from one side of the court. Your feet are only allowed to touch the baseline after the ball has completed contact with the racket head.
It's when you have the ball and you move the foot you landed on. So if you caught the ball, put down your left foot as you landed and then put down your right foot, moving you left foot afterwards would be a fault.
In Netball, players are called up for:
Stepping - taking a step with grounded foot
Drag - dragging grounded foot
Contact - touching a player on the opposing team with or without the ball
Obstruction - defending less than 3feet away from opponent
Hop - hopping with grounded foot
Intimidation - standing in front of player without defending (you don't have to be 3 feet away, you just can't put your hands up)
Offside - going out of your restricted area
Over-the-top - catching the ball over your oppenent's head
Replay - bouncing or re-catching the ball
Breaking - starting to run before the whistle has been blown
Using the post - using the post to gain balance while defending
A foot-fault is when the player serving steps over the back boundary line while in the process of serving. You must stay within all out of bound's lines when serving.
Where you put your foot on the other side of the volleyball court
A foot fault is when your serving you step on the court/line
While serving, if the player's foot breaks the line, it is considered a foot fault, and the opposing team is awarded a point.
A foot fault is when in volleyball you serve and you pass the line or put your foot under the net.
When the person who is serving steps over or on the service line.
It is called a foot fault. You can also have a foot fault if you step over the center line onto the opponent's court.
No, that would be a foot-fault.
A foot fault. It's basically when a player is serving and they step over the end line causing a side out (automatic point and lose of serve) for the other team.
foot fault. it is a service error and possession of the ball (and a point if the game is being played in the "rally scoring" format) is awarded to the receiving team. the receiving team now becomes the serving team and play continues.
a serve is when a player on a team is behind the white line and hits it over the net; make sure you don't foot fault :)
What has "professional" got to do with it ? A foot fault is a foot fault.
A foot fault in volleyball occurs when the server steps on or over the service line while serving the ball. They can not enter the court in any way until the ball has been struck or served into the field of play.
If you were referring to foot fault, foot fault is when serving you foot steps on the baseline or if it crosses the middle of the baseline. If you do commit a foot-fault, a serve is taken away from you; i.e if you make a foot-fault on a first serve you have to hit a 2nd serve and if you make a foot-fault on a second serve, a double fault is given.
The other team automatically gets a point and the ball C: