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.
A women's standard volleyball uniform consists of jersey, shorts or briefs, pants or culottes, either one or two-piece. Gym shoes are required but not considered a part of the volleyball uniform. Uniforms must be of the same color and style, with exceptions. Numbers, Logos and Trademarks.
10. What are the rules about the contrast of jerseys and numbers? (Rule 7.1.2-18.104.22.168) 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
Indoor Rules. Indoor volleyball uniforms consist of a jersey, shorts, socks and light, flexible athletic with rubber soles. While some player's may wear elbow pads, knee pads and ankle braces for extra support and safety, they're not required.
Shorts that aren’t too baggy that are no longer than 10cm (4 inches) above the knee. For the women, however, uniform requirements are: Advertisement. Top: A midriff design that must be close fitting with deep cutaway armholes. Bottom: Bikini bottoms with a close fit and cut on an upward angle toward the top of the leg.
According to Corinne Calabro, the communications director for USA Volleyball (via Insider ): "The athletes are allowed to wear long sleeves, they're allowed to wear shorts, tank tops. But we've gotten a lot of athletes on record saying they prefer to wear a two-piece because there are less places for sand to hide.
Bravo Norwegian Women's Beach Handball team for standing up to the rules regarding the hypersexualized uniforms female players are expected to wear while playing.