On The Table Read ebook magazine UK, CROSSNET is the world’s first four square volleyball or soccer game for the beach, park or garden. CROSSNET can be set up within minutes in sand or on grass and is adjustable in height for adults and kids.
For all soccer fans and players, a cool SOCCER edition is also available, which is similar to footvolley. The CROSSNET SOCCER edition is perfect for juggling and skills training, even for the most talented players. Thanks to its simple rules and competitive nature, it is played by top athletes as well as families and friends.
The Miami-based CROSSNET brand was created by three American childhood friends and is, literally, game-changing. CROSSNET has become a big hit in the United States and is now also available in the UK at Intersport and Skatehut.
The Basic Rules Of How To Play CROSSNET
Gather at least three of your friends and number the quadrants one to four. The game requires at least four players, so one player per quadrant. You can add an endless number of players – just have them lined up outside square one so they can step in when someone is eliminated.
The rules are simple. One hit per person, or three if you’re playing in teams. Don’t let the ball land in your square or you’re out. The goal is to ‘take out’ your opponents by hitting the ground in their square. The winner is the first player to reach eleven points with a two-point lead.
Chris Maede, co-founder and listed in Forbes 30 Under 30, did not like volleyball when growing up. “I never got to touch the ball – there was just too much competition.” By inventing CROSSNET, he and his brother and childhood friend changed that.
Find CROSSNET Now
The CROSSNET set consists of a volleyball net and ball, a compact backpack, four tubular steel uprights, four tension cords, twelve ground anchors, two quadrant lines and one boundary line.
The CROSSNET SOCCER Set consists of a net, a travel bag, four tubular steel uprights, four steel ends with feet, one center connector and connecting tubes.
RRP £ 149.95
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