All volleyball posts MUST be secured to the floor when in use either by way of floor anchors or sockets in the floor slab. This results in a number of different layout drawings showing the fixing location of different standards of posts.
We have included some useful drawings for download in the panel to the right hand side of this page:
- Drawing CM-07 – shows the standard markings for a volleyball court
- Drawing CM-12 – shows the anchor locations for Continental's "International" model volleyball posts
- Drawing CM-26 – shows the anchor locations for Continental's "Club" model volleyball posts
- Drawing CM-21 – shows the socket locations for SRX socketed volleyball posts.
- Drawing CM-33 – shows the socket locations for SRX volleyball posts used in floor anchored T-bases (necessary in situations where top level posts are required but the floor slab is not thick enough to accomodate sockets)
Layout and run-off guidance for a badminton court:
|Minimum height over court (mm)
|Baseline to walls - min (mm)
|Sideline to walls - min (mm)||3000||3000||3000||3000||5000|
|Extra one side for officials and team areas (mm)||N/A||N/A||2000||2000||3000|
Sport England data sheet
Sport England have released various sport-specific data sheets for key sports in conjunction with the National Governing Bodies. These sheets are intended to be used in conjunction with Sport England’s ‘Developing the Right Sports Hall’. They relate to Step 5 ‘Establishing the Project Brief’ and identify the needs of the priority sport and the key secondary sports. They show the requirements for the ’Priority Sport’ at various levels of play and how other ‘Secondary Sports’ can fit into the same overall space
You can download this data sheet from the Downloads section at the foot of this page.