Libero player. Volleyball
20.1 Libero Designation
20.1.1 Each team has the right to appoint one (1) dedicated Libero defensive player among the 12 players.
20.1.2 The Libero must be recorded in the scoresheet before the match in the designated column for this. His number must also be written on the line-up sheet for the 1st set.
20.1.3 The Libero cannot be either the team captain or the game captain.
20.2 The uniform
The Libero must wear a uniform (or a special cape / bib / for a reregistered Libero), which, at a minimum, must have a jersey in a contrasting color with other jerseys of the team members. The Libero uniform may have a different design, but must be numbered similar to the uniform of other team members.
20.3 Permitted Libero Actions
20.3.1 Play Actions
184.108.40.206 The Libero is allowed to replace any player on the back row.
220.127.116.11 He is restricted from playing as a back row player and is not allowed to take an attack hit from anywhere (including the playing court and free zone) if at the moment of touchdown the ball was completely above the top of the net.
18.104.22.168 He cannot serve, block or try to block.
22.214.171.124 A player cannot complete an attack hit on a ball that is above the top the edges of the net if the pass is directed by the Libero with his fingers overhead from his front zone. The ball may be freely attacked if the Libero performs the same action from behind the front zone.
20.3.2 Player substitutions
126.96.36.199 Libero substitutions do not count as regular substitutions.
There is no limit to their number, but a ball must be played between the two. The Libero may only be substituted by the player he replaced earlier.
188.8.131.52 Substitutions may take place before the whistle for service:
a) at the beginning of each set after a 2nd check the starting lineup referee;
b) while the ball is out of play.
184.108.40.206 A substitution made after the whistle for service, but before the serving stroke, shall not be canceled, but must be subject to a verbal warning after the end of the rally.
Subsequent similar substitutions shall be subject to a delay penalty.
220.127.116.11 The Libero and the player being substituted may exit or leave the court just across the touchline in front of his team's bench between the attacking zone line and the endline.
20.3.3 Re-registering a new Libero.
18.104.22.168 In the event of injury to a registered Libero, with prior authorization the first referee, the coach can re-register the new Libero to one of the players who was not on the court at the time of re-registration. / p>
An injured Libero cannot re-enter the game until the end of the match.
22.214.171.124 A player who is re-registered as Libero must act as Libero until the end of the match.
126.96.36.199 In case of re-registration of the Libero, his game number must be recorded in the remarks column, as well as in the distance sheet.updates for the next batch
The Libero differs from other players in its short stature (about 170-180 cm), he only goes to the back line instead of the attackers or overplayers (instead of the setter, he usually does not come out, because the ligaments must go to the front line to pass the ball to the attackers) ... The Liberos are the best at taking serves and offensive shots on the team because of their agility, which comes from their short stature. The team may not have a libero at all, or there may be two at once, then they can change among themselves.
Yes, no special rules!)). unless it is in a different color form. It's about role. This is usually not the tallest player on the team. He plays the role of a kind of point guard. With his touch, usually the second in the draw, he hangs under a powerful blow. Something like this