Sitting volleyball is an adaptation of volleyball which allows people with disabilities or difficulty moving to play the sport. Sitting volleyball was invented in 1956 in the Netherlands, as a rehabilitation tool for injured soldiers. Sitting volleyball is a very popular sport, as it can be played by disabled and able bodied athletes together, as long as they're all sitting. The sport is considered to be global, as it is part of the Paralympic Games and it is practiced in as many places as able-bodied volleyball.
The basics of the game are much like the ones of indoor volleyball, with a smaller court and a lower net. Also, players must be in contact with the ground during all times when playing the game. Other than that, players have three touches to pass the ball back to the opponent's side of the court, and try to make it touch the ground to score a point. Because the essence of the game is the same, all the elements present in able-bodied volleyball that fans and players love, are also in sitting volleyball.
The game is very fast with amazing plays, and athletes must have quick thinking, advanced techniques with the ball, and a lot of power to make points. That way, sitting volleyball is one of the most loved Paralympic sports, as it is easy to understand and exciting to watch.