You may be wondering, how high is a co-ed volleyball net? When you play co-ed volleyball, you use the men’s standard net height. So the answer is 7 feet, 11 ⅝ inches or 2.43 m high.
In the men's sitting competition, the official volleyball net height is 1.15m while for the women it's 1.05 meters which is approximately three and a half feet. Coed Volleyball Coed volleyball is played with two, four or six male and female players on one team playing against the same number of players with the same team composition on an opposing team.
Standard Men’s Volleyball Net Height: 7 feet, 11 ⅝ inches or 2.43 meters; Men’s Volleyball Net Height Ages 55-69: 7 feet, 9 ⅝ inches or 2.38 meters; Men’s Volleyball Net Height Ages 70+: 7 feet, 6 inches or 2.29 meters; Women’s Volleyball Net Heights
In some coed volleyball leagues, the net height is set to the men’s height of 7 feet 11 5/8 inches. This obviously puts female players at a disadvantage, especially when they’re used to playing on the women’s height net. However, many female players rise (pardon the pun!) to the occasion and enjoy the added challenge.
Men’s volleyball net size and height. Men’s indoor and beach volleyball net height is 7 feet, 11-5/8 inches (2.43 meters) tall. The co-ed net size and height are the same. 3.) Women’s volleyball net size and height. Women’s indoor and beach volleyball net height is 7 feet, 4-1/8 inches (2.24 meters) tall. 4.)
Net Height-Eight (8) feet Matches will be the best two (2) out of three (3) games played to twenty-five (25) by rally scoring. Game three (3) will only go to fifteen (15).
The standard net height for men is 7 feet, 11 5/8 inches. Men playing in events for ages 55 and over are allowed to lower the net to 7 feet, 9 5/8 inches. Events for men 70 years and older are permitted to use a net that is 7 feet, 6 inches. Co-ed events are played with the same nets used by men.
7′ 4 1/8″. – 15 to 18 years old (male) 2.43. 7′ 11 5/8″. – 15 to 18 years old (female) 2.24. 7′ 4 1/8″. * FIVB don’t appear to define heights for these age groups in their current official indoor rules & regulations guidebook so these are taken from USA Volleyball’s Officials Training guide.