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Soundball is The First Music Sport Ever. This new sport was created by Omer Kuint from Israel in 2019. Soundball is an innovative musical instrument and the ultimate combination of MUSIC, SPORTS and TEAM WORK. Soundball consists of musical bats and a special soundball. Each bat produces a different musical note when it strikes the ball. The bats come in eight different colors according to the note they produce.

Equipment Required: soundball bats, balls, music booklet (for beginners).

Sport Description

No prior musical knowlege is needed! 

The official Sounball kit comes with a colorful music sheet booklet so you can play a variety of musical pieces right from the start. 

In order to play and create music you must work together, with at least one partner. Team work makes the Soundball challenge fun and exciting.  

SOUNDBALL can be played with as many players as you like, depending on the number of bats you own. 


Soundball is suitable for children as well as adults and can be used for teaching music, playing music, as a music therapy tool, in group dynamics or just for the sake of music, fun and sports. 



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