Table football game machine
Table football is a popular fitness sport in Europe and America. It condenses the sporting skills of football. Each player is controlled in the player's hands, the team's fate is tied to the controller, the controller can be a good striker, but also the best guard, goalkeeper; just use the hands to manipulate the club, brain, eyes With the cooperation of hands, you can show off the offensive and defensive skills of catching, stopping, passing, shooting, and immersively experience the passionate scene on the court.
Three basic rules:
Each team of advanced 5 players wins;
A score for a regular goal (even if the ball is popped up after entering the goal, it is also scored);
It is considered a foul to rotate the club more than 360° before or after hitting the ball.
Some more detailed basic rules of the game:
1. Guess the ball and guess the right party first serve;
2. After the serve, the goal formed by the villain must be scored after the ball is touched;
3. After the goal is scored, the opponent is served;
4. If the ball is hit by the table, the last time the goal is served;
5, the ball stopped in the interval that the villain can not touch is called "dead ball", if the backcourt dead ball, the goalkeeper re-served. In other places, the dead ball was served by the last time the goal was scored;
6. After the ball is stopped, the party has the right to call a timeout. Each side of the game has two suspensions, each time not exceeding 30 seconds;
7. In the state of the game, both sides of the game shall not touch the ball by hand on the table;
8. Uncivilized words and deeds are not allowed during the competition;
9. During the game, the ball holding the ball can not exceed 12 seconds.
(General table football matches are performed according to simple rules)
1. Prepare the competition:
Guess the ball to determine the priority, the winner chooses the first leg and the first serve.
After determining that the other party is ready, serve from the tee.
3. Subsequent serve:
Serve team: The party who just scored or the one who lost the game
4. The ball in the game:
It is considered to be in the game state except for the following situations:
A. The ball is shot out of the table B, the dead ball or the dead corner ball C is declared, and the time is suspended.
D, after the score
5, the ball leaves the table:
The ball is considered to have left the table and is out of the game if:
The ball hits the scoring device, hits or crosses the edge frame, and hits any object that does not belong to the table.
The party that originally served the ball continues to maintain the right to serve
6, dead ball
The ball is stopped in the interval that neither of the two people can touch. It is called the "dead ball" if the ball is dead.
, the goalkeeper re-served. In other places, the dead ball was served by the party who scored the last time.
Each player has two 30 second pauses in each game. If the ball is not in the game, each player can call a timeout. If the ball is in the game state and is still, only the party controlling the ball can call the timeout.
Both teams can: A, pause 30 seconds B, exchange team members once
Penalty: Calling twice to suspend the above technical foul
8. Re-match after the suspension: The ball must meet two villains and stop for 1 second before starting again. The game time is counted from the ball to the second villain 1 second.
Penalty: The opponent can continue or re-deliver
9. Official suspension
Both teams can apply for an official timeout when the ball stops or dead, and does not suspend calculations as either team. The official suspension is for requesting the referee, taking the foreign objects on the table, repairing the table, correcting the lights, etc.
Penalties: Asking for an official suspension when the ball is still in the game or when a player shoots or passes the ball is considered to disturb the opponent's attention.
10. Scores: A. Any legal goal is counted (including rebounding after shooting the goal).
B. If both teams believe that they have scored but have no points and no other points, then they should add points if both parties agree.
11. Exchange venue:
The exchange site should be completed within 60 seconds.
Penalty: Timeout is considered a delay in the game.
12, exchange location:
Team members can exchange stations in the following situations: A, during the suspension period B, after the score and before the serve C, during the two-game interval D, before or after the technical foul shot.
Penalty: In other cases, the exchange station is considered to intentionally disturb the other party's attention.
13, rotating the club:
Rotating the club more than 360 degrees before and after hitting the ball is a foul (no reason to spin the club will be determined to intentionally disturb the other party's attention).
Penalty: A. If the club is rotated, the ball is scored and the score is not scored. The goalkeeper serves the ball.
If you don't score, the opponent can continue the game or serve again.
14, hit the table:
Any shaking, lifting or moving the table causes the opponent to control the ball is not called the collision table.
Penalties: A, first, second, warn, or continue to play in the initial position or current position of the impact, or serve again.
For the third time, a technical foul was awarded and the game was re-elected according to item A.
When the offensive player is ready to shoot or pass the ball, the defensive side disturbs the state of the ball, even if the ball is just shaking in place.
Penalty: A. After the foul, the time limit should be reset. You need to continue the game after the referee enters.
B. There is a “reset” warning opportunity in each game.
C, also reset between the two scores
First time: reset warning second time: technical foul
Reset after technical foul is also a warning reset
The attacker pretends to reset and should allow the opponent to re-send.
16, take the ball from the stadium:
In the case of a dead ball, there is no foul.
Penalty: A. When one party controls the ball and the ball stops from the court, the opponent can re-send the ball.
B. Take the ball from the stadium at the goal area of the party or the entrance to the goal, and count the score of the opponent.
C. In any other case, the ball is taken from the court and the technical foul is counted.
17. Change or repair of the table:
A. If the ball is broken, you can apply for a new ball.
B. If the table suddenly fails, the table can be repaired.
C. Players can use specific tools or rosin that increase grip and friction, but they cannot be used in the table.
D. Any other way to change the table is considered illegal.
18, deliberately disturb the other party's attention
It may affect the player's sway or sound that is not related to the operation of the table (except for the sound produced by the villain when hitting the ball).
Penalty: A. If caused by the offensive side: the score is not scored and the opponent re-sends the ball.
B. Other situations: The affected party chooses to continue the game or serve again.
Practice with the ball during the game (such as practicing a serve or passing).
Penalty: technical foul
20. Language civilization:
Uncivilized words and deeds, comments that do not meet the professional ethics of sports or deliberately disturb the attention of the other party (only allowed to guide the team members during the pause or the interval of the game) are considered to be a violation of language civilization.
Penalty: A. Judging technical fouls for uncivilized words and deeds.
B. Other circumstances: Handle, warn or impose technical fouls as appropriate.
21. Passing: (This rule is used to guide international competitions)
The five-person pole is passed to the three-person pole and the goalkeeper passes to the five-person pole:
The ball that is pressed or the ball that is still must be placed in motion, and two small people are touched before passing the ball.
The five-person pole is passed to the three-person pole:
Allows the border to be touched twice, and the third touch of the border can be used as part of the pass.
It is illegal to use the front and back of the villain to adjust the hitting position to pass the ball.
Penalty: The opponent can allow to continue or re-send.
22, ball control time:
No one can control the ball for more than 12 seconds.
Penalty: A, the three-handed ball when the ball times out, the other goalkeeper serves the ball.
B. In any other place, the other party will serve again.
23. Competition time limit:
A five-game three-win game is one hour, and a three-game two-win game is limited to 35 minutes.
Penalty: A. If timeout occurs, the forced delay is limited to 10 minutes and must end.
B. The winner after the delay is: (1) the winner of multiple matches (2) (if it is a tie) the winner with more scores (3) If the tie is evenly divided, the method of 1 point is used to determine the outcome, and the final score is One party serves.
24, the delay of the game:
If a player is not informed of the game after 10 minutes of notification, it is a delay.
Penalty: A, the first delay to issue a warning B, each time the recidivism is done using a pause calculation
25, give up the game or summon players
When the game is announced, the team has 3 minutes to prepare to start the game.
Penalty: A, the first 3 minute call is a warning.
B. Each subsequent call of 3 minutes is calculated as a lost game.
26. Technical fouls:
A public or intentional foul is a technical foul. Note: After a technical foul, the same team players can exchange positions (doubles).
Penalty: A, stop the game immediately
B. A chance to shoot from a three-shot shot
C. Start again from the stop point (whether scored or not).
D. No matter which game is played in each game, three accumulated technical fouls will cancel the game.
27. Rule resolutions and rulings
A. If the referee is not present: no quarrel is allowed (regular argument is allowed)
B. If the referee is not present: find the referee to make the decision as fair as possible.
C. Appeal to the referee
If you are not ethical and sporting, you can be penalized off the court.
29. Competition Director
A. Decide on the contest to run, organize and appoint the referee.
B. Referee: Appoint the referee, decide the rules of the game, and handle the appeal.
For more rules, please refer to the referee rules.