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Volleyball nets span the entire width of the court (29’6” | 9 m) and are held rigid by outer poles typically set 3’ (.91 m) from the court. The center height of a volleyball net differs for men’s and women’s play with men’s nets regulated at a height of 7’ 11.69” (2.43 m) and women’s at 7’ 4.35” (2.24 m).
Indoor volleyball: NCAA, FIVB & USAVB (USA Volleyball) Official dimensions for indoor volleyball courts: 59 feet (18 meters) long by 29.5 feet (9 meters) wide. The FIVB governing body sets official court dimensions.
Standard Men’s Volleyball Net Height: 7 feet, 11 ⅝ inches or 2.43 meters; Men’s Volleyball Net Height Ages 55-69: 7 feet, 9 ⅝ inches or 2.38 meters; Men’s Volleyball Net Height Ages 70+: 7 feet, 6 inches or 2.29 meters; Women’s Volleyball Net Heights
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 volleyball court measurements for the service zones are 29 feet by 6 inches wide which is the same as the width of the court and it extends to six feet deep behind the endline. There are two lines that serve as extensions to the sidelines that connect the furthest end of the service line to the court endline.
Nets and posts. The net is 2.43m high for men and 2.24m high for women. It is placed vertically over the centre line. It is 1m wide and 9.5m‑10m long and is 10cm square black mesh. The height of the net is measured from the centre of the playing court.