- Dunlop Quick Setup Competitive Volleyball Set
- Wilson Official Size and Weight Graffiti Volleyball
- Park & Sun Sports Tournament Flex 1000 Volleyball Set
- Tachikara One Size Bubble Volleyball Knee Pads
- Franklin Sports Official Soft Spike Volleyball (Color May Vary)
- EastPoint Sports Easy Setup Portable Tripod Volleyball Net Set
- Wilson Official Game Ball of AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour
- MD Sports Premium Steel Poles Volleyball Set
- Wilson Standard Knee Pads, Junior Size, Pink
- Franklin Sports Intermediate Volleyball Set
- Tachikara 5V-5W Leather Volleyball White
- MD Sports Professional Aluminum Alloy Poles Volleyball Set
- Mizuno Wave Lightning Z4 Volleyball Shoes
- Mizuno Wave Tornado X2 Women's Volleyball Shoes
Ready. Set. Spike. Get ready to play some volleyball at the beach, in your backyard, or on the court. From volleyballs and nets to knee pads and shoes, you'll find everything you need to display your skill at practice or in competition.
The most important piece of equipment on the volleyball court is the volleyball. When choosing a ball, keep in mind who'll be using it and the type of game they play. Standard volleyballs for indoor play have a circumference between 25.5 and 26.5 inches and weight just under 10 ounces. Adults and most children older than 12 can play a game with a standard-size volleyball. Children younger than 12 may need a lightweight ball, and children younger than 8 may need an oversized lightweight ball that's easier for them to track in the air.
When choosing a volleyball, you also should keep in mind where you plan to play. Indoor balls weigh less than outdoor balls and have a different type of construction. To hold up against the elements, outdoor balls have stitched seams and rough, water-resistant surfaces that perform better in the wind and rain.
Whether you're looking for a volleyball set to use at home or need to find volleyball training equipment and gear for a team, check out our selection of sports equipment. You can order online and have everything shipped directly to your home or pick it up in your neighborhood Walmart store. Some items are available for pickup today, so you can choose what you need and head on your way.
These volleyball accessories may not be necessities, but they keep everything organized until it's time to play. Box-shaped and hammock-style ball carts give your volleyballs a home and let you move them from the court to storage with a quick push. Look for portable carts that fold up to conserve space. You might opt for a traditional rolling cart if you prefer keeping your gear ready to roll at all times and plan on storing balls in the cart. Consider a cart with shelves if you have other equipment like nets and supports to store with the balls.
Clothing & shoes
Dressing for a volleyball game is more than fashion. The clothes you wear affect your performance on the court. Choose lightweight shirts and shorts that allow full range of motion in the arms, shoulders, and legs. Clothing that's too loose can get in the way as you sprint and jump, and clothing that's too tight can make it difficult to move around. Moisture-wicking fabric helps keep you dry as you work up a sweat running and jumping around the court. You may also want to pick up some sweatpants to wear over your spandex shorts, especially if you live in a cooler climate.
Properly fitting volleyball shoes provide necessary cushioning and support for players during the game. Volleyball shoes look like tennis shoes or cross trainers, but there are subtle differences in the designs that accommodate the lateral movements players make during a game. They also have rubber soles that provide traction on the court without leaving marks behind.
Look for shoes designed for the position you play on the team. If you play an offensive position, you need shoes that are lightweight enough to boost your agility and cushioned to protect your feet from the impact of jumping. Defensive players should look for shoes with high-grip outsoles and with reinforcements that provide lateral stability and absorb shock.
If you play volleyball long enough, you'll fall at some point. It happens, but that doesn't mean you have to suffer. Soften the fall with volleyball knee pads that cushion your joints. Choose knee pads that fit your body and cover your entire knee. Note the fabric and check the type and density of the foam. You want fabric that feels comfortable against your skin and polyurethane foam that molds to your body.
Turn your backyard into a recreational hotspot where you can challenge the family or neighborhood to a quick match. If you have a grassy spot to spare, consider installing a permanent net that stays up year-round. Portable volleyball net systems provide more flexibility, and you can move them around to different places in the yard or take them with you on the go. Consider a regulation net if you plan to use it for practice sessions, or check out smaller nets if you're going to play with small children who may not be able to reach the net.