Volleyball was first created in 1895 by William G. Morgan and it was originally called "mintonette."
The ball had to be created where it was bigger than a tennis ball, but lighter than a basketball.
The number of players on the court was set to 6
The official game time was introduced and the number of players varied from 2 to 6
The amount of times you could hit the ball consecutively was limited to one.
More rules were being added such as the net had to be 8 feet, you can play with your foot, and you can't hold the ball.
The scoring system went from 21 points to 15 and you had to win 2 out of 3 sets in order to win the game.
Setting a spike was initially called "The Filipino Bomb" as it was created in the Philippines.
Up until 1930, volleyball was just considered as a recreational sport. Competitions and tournaments were finally created during this time as it became an official sport.
Indoor volleyball became an olympic sport in 1964 during the Tokyo olympics. International volleyball rules were set as well.