NFHS VOLLEYBALL JERSEY RULES. Permanent and clearly visible; Not more than two digits (0-99); A plain, Arabic numeral of a solid color, where either the body of the number (measuring not less than ¾ inch in width at its narrowest point) or the ... Located on the upper front and back of the uniform ...
The volleyball uniform consists of a top and bottom or sometime a one-piece. The top and bottom piece must be of like or coordinating colors. The uniform top must be skin tight, but cannot expose the midriff, and it must be long enough to be tucked into or hang below the waistband of the bottoms.
Uniforms must be free of hard and unyielding items (buttons, zippers, snaps, fasteners, etc.). e. A single, visible manufacturer’s logo and/or single school name or insignia no more than 2 ¼ inches are
Jersey: No midriff, may tuck in, or hang below waist. Undergarments: The color of undergarments must match primary color of uniform. Numbers, logos and trademarks. Number location: Not more than 5 inches below shoulder seam. Front number: at least 4 inches, contrasting color with top.
1. Jerseys must be identical for all regular players (non- Libero). 2. *NEW* - Uniform Bottoms may differ in style and cut but must all be the same color for all regular players ( non-Libero). 3. Uniforms must be numbered in a permanent manner using Arabic numerals. a. Numbers 1-99 are legal. Numbers 0, 00- 09 are not legal and will not be permitted b. Number minimum height: Front 4"; Back 6". Recommended: Front 6"; Back 8". c. The stripe forming the number must be solid with a minimum width ...
vi. Each jersey must use the same color and number height for all players except the Libero. The color and brightness of the numbers must contrast with the color and brightness of the jerseys. Color combinations including but not limited to purple/black, dark green/black, navy/black or navy/maroon are not distinctive enough to comply with the rules.
10. What are the rules about the contrast of jerseys and numbers? (Rule 7.1.2-188.8.131.52) Numbers must be solid-colored. A “shadow” trim not to exceed 1.27 centimeters (½ inch) in width is allowable. Either the body of the number or the surrounding trim must be a color that is in sharp contrast to the jersey color. If trim is used, it must completely surround the number. Numbers must be located on the jersey in a position where they are clearly visible.
Well, the only players allowed to wear a different color jersey in volleyball are the libero. And by rule and by nature, a libero is a defensive specialist. A libero is usually the best player in a volleyball team, and he or she is good at keeping the play alive by making sure the opponent’s shots do not hit the floor.