The free zone refers to the playable area outside the court’s boundary lines – both sidelines and end lines. For FIVB official competitions, the free zone must be a minimum of 5 meters (16 feet) and a maximum of 6 meters (20 feet) from the side of the court and the end lines.
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.
As per FIVB guidelines and volleyball rules, an indoor volleyball court is 18m (59ft) long and 9m (29.5ft) wide. The volleyball court is split into two halves of 9m (29.5ft) each and has a net. The top of the volleyball net is 2.43m (7.97ft) tall net for men’s and 2.24m (7.35ft) tall for women’s competition.
The Court - Volleyball Game Rules. Court dimensions are 18 meters by 9 meters (60 ft. by 30 ft.). It is recommended that the area above the court be at least 7 meters (23 ft.) high. Boundary Lines. The boundary lines form a rectangular shape around the court.
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.
Court: The area of the court is 30 by 60 feet and is divided by a center line into two equal halves of 30 by 30 feet. Within this space, the game of volleyball is played. Within this space, the game of volleyball is played.
In general, teams must have at least 6 players to start the match, and at least 6 eligible players (substitution players, or “subs”) to play the match. There are 6 players on court for each team during the match. In FIVB rules, a team may have up to 14 players in total.
into two equal team courts measuring 9 meters by 9 meters (29 feet, 6 inches by 29 feet, 6 inches) each; however, the entire width of the line is considered to belong to both courts equally.