The court shall be 60 feet (18 meters) long and 30 feet (9 meters) wide, measured to the outer edges of the boundary lines.
A volleyball court is 18 metres long, divided in two halfs by a net and 9 metres wide. An attack line which is 3 meters from the net is marked on both the sides.
It is 30 feet by 60, or one side is 30 by 30. Hope that helps.
All volleyball courts are 30 feet by 30 feet. Of course, the ten foot line is ten feet off the net. (Therefore, there is 20 more feet to the end line.)
20 yards by 10 yards
all courts are 30 feet by 30 feet
30 by 30, so the full thing is 30 by 90(:
18m by 9m.
The size of the court is always 30 feet by 60 feet. The net height depends on what level you are playing at. In middle school, the net is usually seven feet tall. In club and high school level volleyball, the net is usually 7'4".
A standard high school court is 84 feet by 50 feet.
the whole court is 30 ft by 60 ft.
There is no "official" national standard for volleyballs in the US, as there is no known professional volleyball league in the US. Most volleyball regulations are governed by FIVB (The Federation Internationale de Volleyball), who regulates international play and sets standards for the Olympic precursors and events.The size of volleyballs used at the high school level in the US is regulated by state, federation, division, and district standards. The one caveat within these is that all volleyballs for high school and middle school play must carry the NFHS (National Federation of High Schools) stamp.
If you were running laps in high school, you were most likely on a regulation size high school court. For this size court, it would have taken you about 19.7 laps to run a mile.
The size of the court and additional space around the court
A men's volleyball court is 9x18 metres, with a net between the two sides. So one half of the field is 9x9 metres.
A standard High School court is 84' long x 50' wide Junior High is 74' L x 42'W
the court is usually 60ftx30ft. The net runs down the middle creating two 30x30 foot areas. The size of the ball depends on whether you are playing indoor, outdoor, regulation, or recreational (the court varies just littletoo.)
The size of the serving area is the area between the back two lines of the volleyball court. You may serve anywhere between the lines and outside the court. If your foot touches or goes over the line you lose the serve.
The official size of a volleyball court is 60 feet by 40 feet or 18 metres by 12 metres