Volleyball Nets

Elevation drawing measuring professional volleyball nets with dimensions and sizes

Volleyball nets run 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. The dimensions of the playing court are identified by two antenna extending 32” | 80 cm above the net. Volleyball nets are 39” | 1 m from top to bottom and are constructed with a polypropylene or nylon netting with a mesh size of 3.9” | 10 cm and are capped with stiff headbands along the perimeters. Volleyball nets are typically  made with black netting with white headbands.

How tall is a volleyball net?
Volleyball nets are have a height of 7’ 11.625” (2.43 m) in men’s volleyball and a height of 7’ 4.125” (2.24 m) in women’s volleyball. Variations in height occur based on age level and skill level.


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Height (Men’s): 7’ 11.69” | 2.43 m
Height (Women’s): 7’ 4.35” | 2.24 m
Width (Vertical): 39” | 1 m
Length (Between Poles): 36’ | 10.97 m
Pole Offset: 3’ | .91 m from court
Antenna: 32” | 80 cm
Above Floor: 4’1”-4’8” | 1.25-1.42 m
Net Mesh: 3.9” | 10 cm
Material: Polypropylene, nylon



Drawings include:
Volleyball Net front elevation, front (players)


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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.