Match Format

  • A match consists of the best two out of three games. The first team or player to score 15 points wins each game. Players from each team compete. Three substitutes per match are allowed for each team except for players in a one on one match (No substitutes of course). In a co-ed match, at least one female player must be on the court at any given time. After each game, teams are allowed a 3 minute break and switch sides.

Scoring

  • A team does not have to serve or kick-off in order to win a point; the winner of a rally wins a point. Teams are awarded points when the opposing team commits a fault. Examples of faults are hitting the ball outside the court's boundary lines, a player touches the ball with his arm or hand, the ball is hit into the net, the server steps onto the playing field before or during the kick-off and a team has too many touches or bounces before returning the ball.

 

THE GAME

out of bounds

out of bounds

Area of Play

Area of Play

   Parts of the Field

 

 

       Area of Play - The area of play is 15 feet

       long  on each side of the net and 15 feet

       wide. The total area of play should be 30

       by 15.

 

     

      Out of Bounds - No one except the  

      ball is allowed in the out of bounds

      area next to the net. If any player(s) step 

      into this area, a point will be given to

      the other team. Anything outside the area  

      of play is out of bounds as well.

 

 

 

 

Ages 9 - Adults

US Patent Pending on Field Design and Game Rules.