6-2 Volleyball Rotation - 6 positions of Volleyball Offense

Check out line ups for 6-2 volleyball rotation. Find out placements and running routes for players in volleyball 6 2 rotation.


6-2 Volleyball Rotation - Player Positions

Here is the basic line up for 6 2 volleyball rotation:

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Line Up Abbreviations

These abbreviations help you to understand the line up sheets below:
  • Setter 1 - S1
  • Setter 2 - S2
  • Middle Blocker in the back row/Libero - MB/L
  • Outside Hitter - OH
  • Middle Blocker in the front row - MB
  • Right Side Hitter - RH

Setter in the front row is often replaced by an offensive player. We are marking setters S1 and S2 on all rotations, so it will be easier to understand their positions on the court.


6-2 Volleyball Rotation - Basic Line Ups

The following picture is the basic starting serve receive line up in 6-2 offense.

Setter is in the right back position.

The other setter, S2 (or a hitter if replaced) plays in the left front position.

Starting Line Up - Setter in Position 1


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Setter in Position 6 - Line Up

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This image is the serve receive line up when back row setter is in the middle back position in 6-2 volleyball offense.

The other setter, S2 (or hitter if replaced) is in the middle front position and switches herself to the right front position when appropriate.





Setter in Position 5 - Line Up

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The image is the basic serve receive line up when back row setter is in the left back position in 6-2 offensive rotation.

The other setter (or the hitter if replaced) is in the right front position.

Second setter (S2) in Position 1 - Line Up

Volleyball 6-2 Rotations

The basic starting serve receive line up when setter (S2) is in the right back position in 6-2 volleyball rotation.

The other setter (S) is in left front position.

In this formation the front row setter is one of the primary passers.

Other choice is to pull the outside hitter (OH) from the right front position to pass the ball and the setter pulls over all the way to the left, leaving the left side of the court to RH and MB/L.

Second setter (S2) in Position 6 - Line Up

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The following image is a serve receive line up when back row setter is in the middle back position in 6-2 offense. The other setter is in the middle front position.

Second setter (S2) in Position 5 - Line Up

The next picture is the serve receive line up when back row setter is in the left back position in 6-2 offense. The other setter is in the right front position.

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In this picture below the front row setter (or the hitter, if the setter is replaced) is not serve receiving the ball. Like mentioned before, rotations can be formed multiple ways - this is not the only way to do it. The coach could for example make the right front setter the primary passer.

The most common rotation fault on this position:

The common rotating fault in this situation occurs when RH is NOT in front of OH at the serving moment.

RH needs to be closer to the net than OH (because RH is the middle front player and OH is the middle back player.) Naturally the front row player needs to be closer to the net.

Also MB needs to be closer to the net than S2 (because MB is the left front player and S2 is the left back player.)

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