Signal by showing the sub signal and then holding 5 fingers on the right hand and 4 on the left hand. After checking with the scorekeeper, get in position and hand signal to notify the first referee in the same manner. Once the court is ready to play, give the ready signal to the first referee. For the 10th sub, the signal is a right hand fist.
SUBSTITUTION Circular motion of the forearms around each other MISCONDUCT PENALTY OR EXPULSIOIN Show a yellow card for penalty. Show a red card for expulsion END OF (SET) MATCH Cross the forearms in front of the chest, hands open BALL NOT TOSSED OR RELEASED AT THE SERVICE HIT Lift the extended arm, the palm of the hand facing upwards DELAY IN SERVICE
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14. Begin Serve 15. Substitution 16. Authorization to Enter 17. Point 18. Replay/Re-serve 19. Time-out 19a. Team 19b. Oﬃ cial 20. Unnecessary Delay 21. End-of-Set 22. Change of Courts PlayPics courtesy of (www.referee.com) OFFICIAL VOLLEYBALL SIGNALS
If you have ever watched volleyball I’m sure there has been a stoppage and point awarded that has left you feeling somewhat confused. As you turn to the referee to look for clarification you may just see a variety of hand signals which only adds to the confusion.
There are roughly 24 different hand signals used by volleyball referees, including point, substitution, line violation and illegal hit. To signal a point, referees place their hands straight out from their bodies to the left. To indicate a substitution, arms go in front of the chest in a circular motion.
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TERMS : Volleyball Team Libero Rally point 3. OFFICIATING OFFICIALS: First Referee Second Referee Scorer Linesmen 4. VOLLEYBALL COURT 5. HAND SIGNALS IN OFFICIATING A VOLLEYBALL GAME 6. AUTHORIZATION TO SERVE 7. TEAM TO SERVE 8. CHANGE OF COURT 9. TIME – OUT 10. SUBSTITUTION
Make a circular motion with the forefinger. Point the arm and fingers toward the floor. Raise the forearms vertically, hands open, palms toward the body. Slowly lift the forearm, palm of the hand facing upward. Raise two fingers, spread open. Raise four fingers, spread open. Indicate the respective side of the net.
Substitution When a sub enters the substitution zone, this constitutes a formal request for substitution. The whistle is blown, usually by the second referee to recognize the request. Signal by rotating the forearms with hands closed. Rotate in a circular motion, one around the other in front of your chest.