From USA Volleyball Rule Book
1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.3.1, 1.3.2, 1.3.3, 1.3.4
The playing space is free from any obstructions to a height of 7 m (23') from the playing surface.
The playing court measures 18 m x 9 m (59' x 29'6").
The axis of the center line divides the court into two team courts measuring 9m x 9 m (29'6" x 29'6") each.
All lines on the court are 5 cm (2") wide.
Boundary lines: Two sidelines and two end lines mark the playing court. All boundary lines
are drawn inside the the dimensions of the playing court.
Attack lines are drawn in each team court so that the edge of the attack line farthest from
the center line is 3 m (9'10") from the axis of the center line.
Extensions of the attack lines outside the court shall be marked with five 6" lines spaced 8" apart
to a total length of 70" (for national competition).
AREA AROUND THE COURT (FREE ZONE)
The free zone surrounds the court with a recommended minimum width of 2 m (6'6").
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