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How to Become a Volleyball Official

how to become a volleyball refereeHere's how to become a volleyball referee or volleyball official: Find out about the local volleyball officials associations in your area. An officiating association is a group of officials who meet periodically to discuss rules, mechanics and philosophy. They are a great way for new officials to learn from veteran volleyball referees.

Attend a volleyball match in your area and ask the volleyball referees what association they belong to and whom to contact for information. The association will be a valuable pool of resources for training, obtaining games and getting to know the officiating community.


Attend association meetings. At those meetings, some held before the season starts, you can ask questions about rules, mechanics and positioning. Those sessions will be a foundation to get you started properly as a volleyball referee.

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