It is a sport in which the players kick a footbag (hackysack) over a 5ft high net. Players are only allowed to use their feet to kick the foot bag over the net. If a player makes a contact of the footbag with the knee or above, it is considered a foul.
The sport can be played individually as well as in the form of doubles. Footbag net has a similar looking net to other sports like volleyball, badminton and tennis. The court dimensions of Footbag Net are similar to the court dimensions of a doubles badminton court.
Players serve diagonally just like in tennis. It can be played to a point level of 11 or 15, although players need to win by at least two points.
Footbag Net is governed by the International Footbag Players Association. The competitions usually take place in North America and Europe. The World Footbag Championship is held annually and is usually a week-long event played in between various teams from all around the world.
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