While the standard regulation volleyball net height for men is 7 feet, 11 ⅝ inches or 2.43 meters (this is the same for standing disabled men’s volleyball teams), men’s teams that fall into older age brackets (55-70+) are allowed to lower their nets to certain heights.
In the men's sitting competition, the official volleyball net height is 1.15m while for the women it's 1.05 meters which is approximately three and a half feet.
The regulation height of a beach volleyball net for the men’s game is 2.43m (7 ft. 11 5/8 in). This applies to the professional and college game, as well as the Olympics. For boys aged 15-16, the net should be 2.24m (7ft. 4 1/8 in); 2.13m (7 ft) for boys aged 13-14; and 2m (6 ft 6 3/4 in) for boys aged 12 and under.
Volleyball is played by two teams on a 18m x 9m court divided by a net (2.43m high for men, 2.24m for women). Each team at the Olympic Games is allowed up to 12 players, but only 6 play on court. The game starts with a serve that sends the ball over the net to the opponent’s side.
Both beach volleyball and volleyball use the same court size and same net height, despite the differences in playing surface and numbers of players on a team. The court on both sides of the net is nine metres by nine metres.
REGULATION INDOOR AND BEACH VOLLEYBALL NET HEIGHTS Regulation Net Height Measured at the Center of the Net Maximum Net Height Measured at the Antennae Mens’ Mens’ 55-69 Mens’ 70+ Womens’ Womens’ 45+ Boys’/ Girls’ Juniors’ (11+ - 12+) Boys’ Juniors (under 10) Girls’ Juniors (under 10) 7’ 11 5/8” 7’ 9 5/8” 7’ 6” 7’ 4 1/8” 7’ 2 1/8”
standard height for a woman's regulation volleyball net, such as those used for high school or Olympic play is 2.24 meters or 7 feet 4 1/8 inches for youth and seniors it is lower and mens is...
AVP, Olympic Indoor and Beach, NCAA Men and Women. Men's Net Height - 2.43 meters or 8’. Women's Net Height - 2.24 meters or 7’4”. Contact with net permitted as long as it does not interfere with play.