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A sport of paddles, squares, and arcs.

Easy to set up, easier to play. The greatest addition to any park or beach day

A sport of paddles, squares, and arcs.

Easy to set up, easier to play. The greatest addition to any park or beach day


What is Sportspateria?

Sportspateria is played on a 20’ x 20’ court split into 4 equal squares. One person stands in each square. After the ball is served, it must never land in your square – and it must always travel in an arc. If it lands in your square, or you hit it out of bounds or you spike it, you are given a penalty point – but you also get the next serve. If you get 10 penalty points, you are out of the game and must do the “serve of shame” The game continues until only one player is left.


Basic Gameplay

Serve

Court Set Up

Arc vs Spike

Serve of Shame

Rules

Official Rules

Start the Game

Battle

What is Sportspateria?

Sportspateria is played on a 20’ x 20’ court split into 4 equal squares. One person stands in each square. After the ball is served, it must never land in your square – and it must always travel in an arc. If it lands in your square, or you hit it out of bounds or you spike it, you are given a penalty point – but you also get the next serve. If you get 10 penalty points, you are out of the game and must do the “serve of shame” The game continues until only one player is left.


Basic Gameplay

Serve

Arc vs Spike

Serve of Shame

Start the Game

Battle

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Court:

The full court is 20 ft. by 20 ft. and each individual square id 10 ft. by 10 ft.

DIY Ideas:

If you’re on a beach then you’re laughing. Just draw 6 lines. Park or camping? a little harder. I would use string and tent pegs. if you don’t have tent pegs then sticks work. To measure you can use your feet.

 

Paddle:

8 inches by 14 inches. with the handle grip at 1.25 inches at its skinniest.

DIY Ideas:

You could use a jig saw and cut a paddle out of plywood. Or the easiest and my personal favourite, an old pizza box and duct tape.

The Team

Cam Hagreen

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Jessie Baguley

“Hey, thanks for visiting and supporting us. We’ll see you at the World Sportspateria Championship”

Jessie Baguley and Cam Hagreen

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