THIS IS ROUNDNET

THE NEXT GREAT SPORT

Roundnet is a rapidly growing sport you may have spotted on a beach somewhere, at your local Dick’s Sporting Goods, or even on Shark Tank or ESPN2. Roundnet has a rich history of growth since its invention in 1989, but enough of the facts. Let’s talk gameplay.

Roundnet is typically played with two teams of two. Play begins when one player hits the ball down onto the net to the other team. Just like volleyball, the receiving team is allowed three touches to bump, set, and spike the ball back onto the net. Each time the ball hits the net, it changes possession.

Want more details? Watch the video above, check out Spikeball’s basic rules, or (if you’re ready for a novel) Spikeball’s 2021 Official Tournament Rules used at tournaments across the world.