Where you put your foot on the other side of the volleyball court Correction A foot fault is when your serving you step on the court/line
yes it is a service fault
Volleyball does not have fouls although there is a lift and a foot fault which could be considered fouls.
A foot fault is when in volleyball you serve and you pass the line or put your foot under the net.
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 :)
No, that would be a foot-fault.
When the person who is serving steps over or on the service line.
Doubles, net violations, out of rotation, foot fault, lift, etc.
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.
It is called a "foot fault".
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.