Volleyball is a group activity in which two groups of six players are isolated by a net. Each group tries to score focuses by establishing a ball on the other group's court under composed guidelines.
The total tenets are broad. Be that as it may, essentially, play continues as takes after: a player on one of the groups starts a "rally" by serving the ball (hurling or discharging it and afterward hitting it with a hand or arm), from behind the back limit line of the court, over the net, and into the accepting group's court. The getting group must not give the ball a chance to be grounded inside their court. The group may touch the bunch together to 3 times yet singular players may not touch the ball twice continuously. Normally, the initial two touches are utilized to set up for an assault, an endeavor to coordinate the ball back over the net such that the serving group can't keep it from being grounded in their court.