Referee Signals in Volleyball

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In volleyball, the referees use symbols to call plays. Learn how to understand referee signals in volleyball in this free educational sports video.

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Video Transcript

In this clip, we're going to look at the official volleyball symbols. This is the way referees are going to call plays; they won't audibly say what happened on the play. They will only give the signal so you'll have to know what the signal means to know how the play is called. Here's the signal for a point or the winner of a rally. Here's the signal for ball crossing under the net. Here's the signal for ball in bounds. Here's the signal for ball out of bounds. This is the signal for ball out of bounds after contact with player. This is the signal for held, thrown, lifted, or carried ball. This is for ball illegally contacted more than once by player. Here's the signal for end of game or match. This is for time out. This is for substitution. This is for authorization for service. Here's the symbal for delay of service. This is for player illegally touches net or interferes with ball in net on opponents side, served ball does not cross plain of net, touches teammate or fails to reach net. This is for double fault or play over. Here's the symbal for illegal block or screen. This is for player positional fault, wrong server, wrong position entry. This is for illegally reaching over the net or contact with the opponent over the top of the net. Here is the symbal for ball contacted more than three times by a team. This is for change of courts. And this is for authorization to enter.


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