Footbag Net

... Combines all the basic kicks of circle play with a harder footbag, and a high-flying acrobatic game of spikes, blocks, and digs.

On a doubles badminton sized court (44' x 20' or 13.5m x 6m), players will use a set and spike strategy, similar to beach volleyball, to return the footbag over a 5' (1.5m) net.

In singles, 2 kicks aside are allowed; in doubles and mixed doubles, 3 kicks a side.  Since contact is permitted with the feet only, players must utilize abilities such as lateral quickness, precise control, and sheer power to triumph over their opponent.


The court, and net are the same size as a doubles badminton court, most gyms already have the lines painted on the floor.  Service is a hand toss to your foot from behind the baseline.  You must remain behind the line and serve cross court.  Start on the right, or even numbered side.  If you win the point you move to the left, or odd numbered side and serve cross court again.  The person serving calls the score before every serve , and you must win all games by two points.

During preliminary rounds of competition, games are played to 11 points; 15 points in playoff rounds.  Matches are the best 2 out of 3 games. 

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