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# Game Point in Volleyball

Updated: 12/10/2022

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it is simply the ending score

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### How is called the last point of a volleyball game?

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.

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### How much does a point worth in volleyball?

A point is worth a point, in any game

### What happens if the volleyball hits the pole in volleyball?

I am assuming that you mean the red and white pole attached to the net, and if the volleyball touches that during the game, the other team would get the point and the ball

### What is point in volleyball?

volley ball is a verry famous game and most people play it as hobbies

### How do you play the game volleyball?

The game of volleyball goes up to 15 points.

### What is match in volleyball?

A match in volleyball is a game to 25 but before it was a game to 15.

### What are the name of a person in a volleyball game?

A Volleyball Player?

### Wate is volleyball?

Volleyball is a game played between two teams on a court divided in half by a net. Each team has 6 players on each side at a time. Substitutions can be made during the game. The point of the game is to have the volleyball never touch the floor on your side of the court and to get the ball over the net to go inside of the opponent's side of the court.

### What point does a volleyball game ends at?

It was an American school girls club against a different school with men. That is when they found out that male and female volleyball should be split due to the difference in athleticism.

### What is the name of the game played on a volleyball court with a volleyball but it has to bounce before you hit it?

Volleyball Tennis

### In volleyball A game is won when one player reaches?

Generally, 25 points with a two point lead. If they don't have two point lead, the game continues until the "cap", or maximum possible score, if there is one.