Volleyball Rules Changes - 2021-22. 4-1-6a, b (NEW): Allows players to wear head coverings for religious reasons that fit securely and are made of non-abrasive or soft materials while still requiring head coverings worn for medical reasons to be approved by the state association.
Rationale: Current rules do not allow challenges on whether a player contacted the ball if the resulting decision is illegal block, illegal (back-row) attack, or illegally reaching beyond the net. This change allows any play to be challenged if the referee’s decision depends on whether an involved player touched the ball.
Volleyball rule changes for the 2021 volleyball season. Also, the differences in rules among USAV, NFHS, NCAA, and FIVB. This is a summary of the new rules for USAV effective 2019 through the 2021 season. Jewelry may be worn provided it's nature doesn't created a concern for safety. In NCAA and NFHS, jewelry still isn't allowed to be worn.
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Rules of Volleyball - Ball Handling Rules 1. It is important to notice that a double hit or even various contacts are ALLOWED on the first hit, i.e. on the... 2. On the overhand serve receive or defensive play double hit is also ALLOWED. 3. A double hit on the set is ILLEGAL.
* First Volleyball rules published by William G. Morgan. 1917 * Game changes from 21 points to 15 points per set. 1918 * Number of players per team set at six. 1920 * The ball can be played with any other part of the body above the waist. Three hits per side rule also adopted. 1922
12-2-6: Establishes that a yellow card issued for unsporting conduct to the head coach, assistant coach (es) or team bench will no longer require the head coach to remain seated, while maintaining that a red unsporting conduct card will require the head coach to remain seated for the remainder of the match.
How often do volleyball rules change? Internationally and at the collegiate level timing of rule changes can vary, but USA Volleyball runs on a two-year rules cycle. This means that we work with our Rules Commission to review rule changes every two years and publish a new set of rules in the official USA Volleyball Rulebook every two years.
A change to volleyball Rule 15.8 was also approved to prevent a team which has already exhausted its six substitutions from being left incomplete by the expulsion or disqualification of a player. As such, teams will now be able to play a substitute in the event of a player on court being expelled or disqualified regardless of the number of substitutes already used.