A match in volleyball is a game to 25 but before it was a game to 15.
a match is the entire match while the game is just a service game in the match
the difference between match and game is that match is between two persons/teams the are playing a certain sport, gaming event or others and game is when there can be more that one persons playing that particular event.
Usually in volleyball, you have to win 3 games out of 5. So, all of the games combined is a match, but each individual one is called a game. This is correct: "China and USA had a match against each other". This is incorrect: "China and USA had a game against each other". That's incorrect because they didn't have just one game, they had 3 games, which is the same as a match.
The one big difference is that one is played inside and on court and is played outside on sand. Another difference is that you have 2 people playing rather than 6 on a regular game of volleyball inside!! And that's the difference between beach volleyball and indoor volleyball. Sources: I have played volleyball for 10 years!!
The last point of a volleyball game is called the game point. Simple, huh? In the last game of a match, the game point is called the match point.
There are two key points in volleyball. Game point and match point.
12 per game
In Olympics Volleyball, 25 points is needed to take a set, 2 sets to win the game.
To Win A Volleyball Match You Need 25 Points.
Either a best 2 out of 3 match or a best 3 out of 5 match. If you get to the last game of the match u play to fifteen most of the time.
This could be completely untrue, but match sounds more European to me, where game sounds like it would be used in America more.