Volleyball

Volleyballs are spherical balls made of leather or synthetic leather used to play the sport of volleyball. Volleyballs are regulated with circumferences between 25.6”-26.4”| 65-67 cm, weights of 9.2-9.9 oz | 260-280 g, and must maintain an internal pressure of 0.30–0.325 kg/cm2. The diameter of a volleyball is between 8.15”-8.4” | 20.7-21.3 cm.

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Circumference: 25.6”-26.4” | 65-67 cm
Diameter: 8.15”-8.4” | 20.7-21.3 cm
Weight: 9.2-9.9 oz | 260-280 g
Pressure (Internal): 4.3-4.6 psi | .30–.33 kg/cm2
Material: Leather, synthetic leather

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Volleyball is a team sport in which players use their hands to hit a ball over the net in an attempt to land the ball on the opponent’s ground. Each team of six players has a maximum of three consecutive touches, a rally, to attempt to return the ball across the net.