Indoor 5 a Side Subbuteo (En)

Professional Table Football Indoor 5 a Side rules

INDOOR SPORTS TABLE FOOTBALL PLAYING RULES

1.        The duration of the game is 2 times 7 minutes.

2.        Five playing figures and a goalkeeper are used to play. There is no spare-goalkeeper required.

3.        Placing the playing figures:

3.1.     A playing figure that left the playing board shall be placed on the touch- or goalline level to where it has left the playing board.

3.2.     If a playing figure is positioned within the goal-area or goal-mouth, it shall be moved forward to 1 mm inside the penalty-area.

3.3.     If a figure is positioned across the touchline and is closer to the barrier than the touchline, it can be placed on the touchline to be played.

4.        The playing board's barriers can be used with either the playing figures or the ball to rebound off.

5.        The attacker may play a moving ball. However, if the ball has stopped, the attacker must allow the defender to take a block-flick. While the attacker is playing a moving ball, the defender is not allowed to interfere.

6.        After a save by the goalkeeper, the ball must be stationary before the attacker may continue to play.

7.        There is no offside and therefore also no tick-flicks required.

8.        Flick-in:

8.1.     For a flick-in, the ball must leave the playing board on one or the other side.

8.2.     A flick-in can be forced off any playing figure or goalkeeper that is positioned on the playing board. However, the ball must leave the playing board in the same half as the forcing and deflecting figures.

9.        Goal-flick:

9.1.     For a goal-flick the ball must leave the playing board on one or the other side of the goal.

9.2.     A goal-flick can be forced off any playing figure or goalkeeper that is positioned on the playing board.

10.      Corner-flick:

10.1.   For a corner-flick, the ball must leave the playing board on one or the other side of the goal.

10.2.   A corner-flick can be forced off any playing figure or goalkeeper that is positioned on the playing board. However, the ball must leave the playing board in the same half as the forcing and deflecting figures.

11.      By taking a flick-off, flick-in, corner-flick or goal-flick, the ball must become stationary and the defender may take a block-flick before the attacker can proceed with his attack.

12.      The standard size of the playing area is 60 x 90 cm.

13.      Except when mentioned above, the playing rules of point II are also applicable to Indoor sports table football.

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