a football/soccer ball
Volleyball was first played in 1896.
Volleyball was first known as Mintonette.
A net, and a volleyball
to adjust a volleyball net
Mintonette is what Volleyball used to be called.
It is when the ball is hit of your forearms, it is usually the first move used in volleyball.
In 1998 the libero was first used in international volleyball and was first allowed in the NCAA in 2002.
Volleyball was originally called mintonette.
Volleyball originated in Massachusetts in 1895 when the director of a local YMCA used the bladder of a basketball for a ball and a tenis net as the first volleyball net. The game was regulated by the YMCA until 1928 when the United States Volleyball Association was founded.
1964 for indoor volleyball and 1996 for beach volleyball.