It was invented in 1895 by a YMCA teacher, William G Morgan, in Massachusetts, USA.
With the same intention as basketball, also invented there a little earlier, he aspired a spectacular, physically demanding, non-violent team sport suited for the indoor sport season. He was also inspired by handball, baseball and tennis.
Initially it was called Mintonette, but renamed to Volley ball in 1896, later Volleyball.
The modern Volleyball rules have evolved around the world, especially in 1900-1930, with the number of players, spiking and scoring.
It has spawned many varieties, like Beach Volleyball from California, USA and Footvolley from Brazil, especially for outdoor playing. Kidsvolley and Volley 2000, are recent adaptations to young players, allowing a ground bounce, very popular in Northern Europe. In the Netherlands "sitting volleyball" was created for disabled persons.
Faustball has many similarities with volleyball, and was known in Europe already in the 16th century.
volley ball in quebec
No the ball for volleyball is much lighter
A dive is when you go for the ball [To fall on the ground or to land on knees to hit the volley ball]
yes, Ethiopians play volley ball but there are not widely known by it.
1.) not to fight in volley ball 2.) not to fight over the ball 3.) not to run away with the ball 4.) never to curse at the volley ball teacher 5.) do what the volley ball teach say
there are 6 people on a volley ball cort
If your asking if its IN or OUT. its IN
Volley ball was invented by William Morgan in 1895 in Holyoke, Massachusetts. i hope this answers your question!
It is where you don' let the ball hit the ground but in volley-ball you lose the point if it touches the ground anyway!!!