Girls volleyball regulation net height (for girls over age 12, indoor) is 7 feet, 4 1/8 inches.
The following diagram breaks down all the basic dimensions of the Girls Volleyball Court, so you can view them all in one place. This diagram covers all of the basic dimensions and court markings and dimensions.
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Girls Volleyball Court Basics
Girls Indoor Dimensions:
Court Dimensions: 59′ x 29’6″. Courts are 59 feet long, and 29 feet, 6 inches wide.
Court Marking Notes For Girls Volleyball:
10 Foot Lines
These lines (shown in the above diagram) are marks to distinguish the front and back areas of the court. Backrow players cannot attack in front of the 10-foot line.
The center line is directly under the net, and separates the two sides of the court. Blockers, setters and hitters must be careful not to step across (or land across) the center line on the other team’s side, as it will cost them the point.