FOICR VolleyBall Rules and Wavier Form
Post date: Jan 10, 2015 1:05:49 PM
Captains, Please find the wavier form attached. Kindly get it signed by your team members before the match.
Below are the rules for the tournament.
· All players must sign waiver form before the match begins.
· Each match has 3 games.
· Each Game is played to 21 points.
· Team must win by 2 points or must reach 27 points first to win a game.
· Team wins a match by winning at least 2 out of 3 games in a match.
· Group winner and runner-up are determined by number of match won. In case of tie in number of wins, number of games won will be considered. In case there is tie in number of games won, then number of points scored will be considered.
· No alcoholic beverages are allowed.
· If the team is not present after 10 minutes of the start of the match time, a game in a match is forfeited. And every addition 10 minutes late will cost a game.
· Maximum of 6 players are allowed on the court at a given time. Teams are allowed to rotate extra players.
· No player can play in more than one team unless the opposite team agrees.
· Each team must have a designated captain.
· Captains are the only spokesperson for the team.
· Team listed first will serve the ball first in the first game and will alternate for subsequent games.
· Basketball board rim, wall and ceiling hit by ball going to the other side of net is considered out of bounds.
· A ball coming down straight down off the ceiling on your side of the net can be played.
· Serve ball can touch the net but must go over the net.
· Only three players can be in front row.
· Front row players cannot spike the serve, but can block.
· A back row player cannot move into the front row to spike.
· A net block is not considered a hit.
· Contact with the ball on the other side of the net is a violation and will result in a point or side out.
· Touching a net or entering opponent’s court is a violation and will result in a point or side out.
· A legal hit can be done with any part of the body.
· FOICR committee holds the right to take decision on any and all controversial calls.