Human Foosball

It’s BACK!!! This totally unique Human Foosball court was designed and built by local craftspeople and is the only one of its kind – here or anywhere else! Happening all weekend at Rogue Fest 2018, Human Foosball is an awesome and hilarious way to get your sportsing on!

 

How does it work? Welllllllllllllllllllllllll………………..

Objective: Fun and hilarity.

Participants: 6 per team (5 physical on-site players and 1 person operating the goalie who is off-site)

How to Play: The game is similar to table top foosball but with real people.

  1. Players must face the opposite team’s goal.
  2. Players must hold onto the hand holds on the piping with both hands at all times.
  3. The game starts by the referee rolling the ball into play from the mid-court starting area.
  4. Play continues until a penalty occurs, the ball is out of reach or out of bounds, ball is scored, or the time has expired. Follow restart procedures to continue playing.

Penalties: If any of the following occur, there will be a penalty called (and a yellow card issued) and the ball will be placed at the feet of one of the non-offending players from the opposite team by the referee. If they player commits a second penalty, they will be issued a red card and ejected from the game.

  1. If a player kicks the ball above the foosball piping. The ball must remain below the piping level at all times.
  2. If a player kicks the ball out of bounds (out of the playing area).
  3. If a player let’s go of the piping during play.
  4. If a player uses their hands. If they let go of the foosball pole and touch the ball with their arms or hands, it will be a penalty and the will be issued a warning.
  • 1st offense – yellow ticket
  • 2nd offense – red ticket

Starting the Game: The game is started by rolling the ball from the starting area by the referee.

Restart Procedures:

  1. When a goal is scored, the game is restarted by rolling the ball from the starting area.
  2. When the ball rolls out of bounds, the ball should be retrieved and rolled toward the non-offending team.
  3. If the ball cannot be reached in the playing area, the ball should be rolled from the starting area.

Finishing the Game:

The game is over when the time expired.

The game referee will tally and provide the final score.

Time: 15 minutes