These 6 zones on the volleyball court are called. Zone 1 located in Right Back - is also called RB or P1, Position 1. Zone 2 located Right Front - is also called RF or P2, Position 2. Zone 3 located Middle Front - is also called MF or P3, Position 3. Zone 4 located Left Front - is called LF or P4, Position 4.
Front Zone: On every volleyball court, the front zone is demarcated by the center of the axis line and the back end of the attack line. This zone stretches from the tip of the side-lines to the edge of the free zone.
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"Left front" is the position in the attack zone (or front row) on the left side of the court. This position can be called "left back", position 4, P4, "zone 4" , "Z4" . Most often the outside hitter, or in some rotations the opposite hitter or right side hitter plays in this position.
Volleyball courts are regulated at 59’ (18 m) in length with a width of 29.5' (9 m). Attack lines dividing the front and back rows are marked 9’10” (3 m) parallel to the net. Free zones at a minimum of 9’10” (3 m) are required around the entirety of the court with generous clearances up to 16’5” (5 m) on the sides and 21’4” (6.5 m) in the back.
The front zone volleyball court is considered to extend beyond the side lines to the end of the free zone. Volleyball service zone The service zone volleyball court is a 9 m wide area behind each end line. The volleyball service zone is laterally limited by two short lines, each 15 cm long, drawn 20 cm behind the end line as an extension of the side lines. Both the short lines are included in the width of the service zone.
For FIVB World and Official competitions, the free zone is a minimum of 5m (16’) and a maximum of 6m (20’) from the end lines/side lines. The free playing space shall measure a minimum of 12.5m (41’) in height from the playing surface. Boundary lines mark the perimeter of the court.
The zones of the court are divided up into 6 zones. Zone 1 is right back, zone 2 is right front, zone 3 is middle front, etc. When communicating where to serve to the server, most coaches use hand signals, signaling zones 1 through 6. YouTube. Dennis Jackson.
The free zone is the area outside the court that players may enter to make a play on the ball. The free zone should be at least 3 meters wide from the court. The court boundary line is part of the court, so if the ball lands on the line, the ball is in . An antenna is placed on each side of the volleyball net.