There are many rules in volleyball, but the game point rules are fairly simple. These rules at least, are consistent throughout volleyball wherever the game is played. In volleyball, the team who scores the game-winning point must always be winning by two. When a team scores 25, if they are not leading by 2 points, the game continues until one team is winning by a two-point lead.
Volleyball Point System. Published by Katrina Leung on May 6, 2017. May 6, 2017. Volleyball is a sport that follows a point-based system to determine a winner. In World and Official Competitions, matches are played to full sets whereas club tournaments are usually played according to a time-limit. A rally is a series of playing actions made by both teams from when the ball is served until the ball is out of play.
The scoring system in volleyball is a points-based system. In rally scoring, a point is granted to the winning team of the given rally, or sequence of plays that begins with a serve and ends with a point. This is played up to 25 points with a two point margin of victory.
Since 1998, volleyball bas been using a new scoring system. Teams scored a point on every rally (Rally Point System), regardless of which team served. Formerly, a team could only win a point if it served the ball. Winning the serve back from the opposition was known as a side-out. Matches are played best of five sets. The first four sets are played to 25 points, with the final set being played to 15 points.
The last set goes up to 15 points and a team must have a two point lead to win the set. With sideout scoring, all sets are played up to 15 points and the team must at least have a two point lead. Some organizations say that the first team to win 17 points wins the set, so in this case the two point margin is not needed.
Each of those games consists of the first team to 15 points winning the game. However, there is often a stipulation stating the winning team must win by a minimum of two points. In some cases, at very low levels and beginner volleyball clubs, if a team is winning and reaches 17 points, then the win by two rule is eliminated.
There are two standard scoring systems used for volleyball known as sideout scoring and rally scoring. In the sideout scoring system, the only team that can score points is the team that serves the ball. If the non-serving times wins the point, they do not score a point but instead only earn the right to serve for the next point.
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