Switching sides negates any advantage that might be gained from the sun shining in one sides' eyes, any wind, glare, or crowd placement. It eliminates complaining that 'we lost because the sun was in our eyes' type arguments.
Yes. Players change sides after an odd number of total games.
The teams switch after every 7 points (Set 1 and 2) and 5 points (Set 3) played. I copied this from the official rules of the game. http://www.volleyball.com/rules.aspx
After each game in a set, players change sides.
During the first two sets, they switch sides when the points total a multiple of 7. If the match goes to a third set, they switch sides when the points total a multiple of 5.
In volley ball, teams consists of six players, and if teams of seven players will be permitted both sides can have a compition. There are nintey-two children in this case so only thirteen teams can be formed. However, there will be a reminder of one child which has to be excluded.
When one team has reached 11 points
The number of times the players switch sides depends on how long the match goes / how many total points there are in the game. During the first two sets, they switch sides when the points total a multiple of 7. If the match goes to a third set, they switch sides when the points total a multiple of 5.
They change after the first game of a set, then after that it is after every two games
When the ball goes out the the sides of the court
Most volleyball games are 2 out of 3 games the first two going to twenty-five and the "tiebreaker game" (third game) goes to fifteen. If a volleyball match goes to a third game at point 8 (whoever scores it first) the teams switch sides on the court.
Yes, the players switch sides in tennis. Every odd game total is when players switch sides. For example, after the first game, players switch sides. This goes for after the third game, and so forth.