The origin and development of volleyball: The volleyball game began in 1895 in Holly York, Massachusetts, USA. It was invented by a sportsman named Williams Guy Morgan, but the exercise is intense and not suitable for older people. People,
Therefore, after a period of exploration, he created a new game: playing basketball on the tennis court. The number of players on both sides is not limited but must be equal. Passing the bladder back and forth on both sides of the net to make it fly in the air, this is the earliest prototype of volleyball.
The original volleyball game was just a pastime. The number of players, the size of the ball, and the number of scores were determined by the two sides of the game on a temporary basis. Soon this game was widely spread in the YMCA,
The earliest name was “Mitontte”, which was agreed by Morgan and Springfield City Sports Officer Dr. Frank De and the Fire Department Director Lynch. After the first exhibition match in 1896, the name was changed to “Volleyball”. Still in use.
Because of its geographical location, the spread of volleyball first spread to Canada, Cuba, Brazil and other countries in the Americas, and then to Asia and Europe. Most of the incoming channels are through the church. The introduction of volleyball to Asia began in 1900, first in India, and then spread to Asian countries.
It was introduced to Asia after 16 people, 12 people, 9 people, and finally developed to 6 people. It was introduced to Europe a little later than Asia. During the First World War (1914-1918), the volleyball game landed on the European continent with the US soldiers’ voyages to the ocean. At that time, the volleyball rules began to gradually improve, and athlete rotation, 15 points and 6 players were used. system.
In 1917, it entered Italy, France, and the former Soviet Union. In 1919, 1921, it was launched in the Czech Republic and Poland. Entered the Olympic Games in 1964 and became a sport loved by people all over the world.