We invented frisbee shootout.
Step 1: Number of Players
Improvisation is the essence of inventing a sport.
Step 2: Objects Needed for Play
- Soccer net
Step 3: Rules and Regulations
- One goalkeeper, and one shooter.
- The shooter stands around the penalty marker on the soccer field. If there is no penalty marker, then choose a spot where the goalkeeper feels it is fair for you to shoot from.
- The shooter has ten shots to try and score the frisbee in the net.
- The goalkeeper has ten attempts to save the frisbee shot.
- The shooter can move left and right, but cannot pass the designated marker.
- When the frisbee goes in to the net, the shooter gets a point. The shooter must take track of how many out of 10 he/she has gotten in to the net. For example you can count: ( goals for tries- 1for1, 1fo2, 2for3, 3for4 and so on.)
- If the frisbee shot goes over the net, that counts as a miss.
- Once the shooter has shot 10 times, the goalkeeper and the shooter switch.
- The once goalkeeper is now the shooter and now the process starts over again.
- If the new shooter gets more in, he/she is the winner. If the new shooter gets less in, the first shooter is the winner.
- My brother and I settled a tie by a 5-shot challenge.
- You can settle it any other way that you choose.
Step 4: Tips
- Stand in the middle of the net.
- Rotate yourself on an axis according to the direction the shooter is moving.
- Try to cut off any angles the shooter may attempt to shoot at.
- Don't be afraid to get dirty. I was wearing my Sunday's best. It is now green with grass stains.
- Step with the hand you are throwing with.
- Aim for the corners. The corners are the hardest area for the goalkeeper to get to.
- Accuracy over speed. An accurate shot is better than once the is speeding fast at the goalkeeper.
- Keep moving to try and get the goalkeeper out of position for your shot.