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Three Ball Soccer

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How To Play Three Ball Soccer

This is soccer. Soccer with not just one ball, not just two balls, but three balls! You'll need three balls, preferably all of a different colour. This game can be really useful to keep as many people involved as possible, especially making sure both genders get into it.

Set up a normal soccer playing field (of the right size for your group) with a goal at either end.

Simply divide everyone into even teams, with even guys/girls if possible.

One ball represents the guys only, another ball the girls, and the third ball is co-ed. Make sure the players are clear on which ball is for which group. If a player touches the wrong ball on purpose, you might want to pull them out of the game for a minute.

Of course this "three ball" game doesn't have to be restricted to soccer and could be done with netball, ultimate frisbee or AFL as well. Give it a try!

Materials Needed

Two goals, 3 different color balls

Submitted by Joel on 19 Sep 2007 12:00:00

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have fun

Posted by austin shirley on 7 Nov 2008 at 5:18:26

hay shorty (if i can call you that, don't worry i'm a short ass myself) can you explain the game a bit better i don't quite understand the game. thanks

Posted by liam on 22 Aug 2009 at 2:49:31

Hey Liam, Strangely enough I'm actually really tall... dunno how I got this nickname :P I've actually never played this game so I don't know how well it will work, but I think you just basically get 2 teams going (having an even number of guys and girls on each team) and then you put three different coloured balls in the field. A blue one that ONLY the guys can kick, and PINK one only the girls can kick and a WHITE one that everyone can kick. There is an option to change the rules - so you could do this with any sort of ball sport, not just soccer. Does this make more sense?

Posted by Shorty on 22 Aug 2009 at 8:44:32

Thanks for the tips on how to play some of the games.

Posted by Alinah Geia on 1 Sep 2009 at 3:22:55

how on earth is this an inside game? this also works for outside if you want!

Posted by Mickey Mouse on 18 Nov 2009 at 6:02:25

ahaha..... "In smaller rooms where kicking a ball is n't cool exchange them for a frisbee!" ...

Posted by Aaron on 15 Jun 2010 at 10:07:25

i tried the game at my youth group and it totally worked! thnx Shorty!

Posted by Sabrina on 20 Apr 2011 at 8:26:25

Kind of excited to try this game out as well as other games on this website.

Posted by Stephanie on 11 Feb 2017 at 3:24:13

Sounds fun, but how does the opposite team defend if they can't touch the ball?

Posted by Becky on 9 Nov 2017 at 5:58:12

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