It is people who stand on opposite ends on the court in volleyball. They call whether the ball is in or out of the court deciding who gets the point.
you have to call the balls that hit the line or go out when the ref can't see
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No, you CANT step over the serving line when you serve in volleyball. The "ref" on the side of the court, on the stand, will call it, and give a point to the opposing team. Usually the line judge should call it....
If a volleyball hits the line in volleyball, the ball is considered to be in (any part of the ball).
u decide if the ball is in bounds or out of bounds, or if the server stepped over the line when serving. hope i helped :)
Up ref- The main referee Down ref- The second referee Two line judges- Judge the line
The distance from the volleyball net to the serving line for volleyball is approximately 29 feet and 6 inches.
They only use a little flag. They just use hand signals to show that it was out, in, or the server stepped over the line when serving!
Line judges stand on the corner of the court and watch the ball. If the ball lands close to the end line or the side line that the line judge is supposed to be watching, the ref looks to the line judge to call the ball inside or outside of the court. If the ball is in, the line judge puts their hands down, and if it is out, they put their arms up in the air. The line judge also looks to see if the team touches the ball on the block, or in the backrow, before the ball goes out. For example, if there was a ball that was hit and the blockers on the side of the line judge touch the ball before it lands out of bounds, the line judge puts one hand up and the other hand on top of it, kind of like a time out in basketball.
There are only 3 officials in a volleyball game . The ref and 2 line judges . The judge has all the real power . The line judges only job is to determine whether a ball landed inside or outside the court and to alert the ref if a server steps over the service line .