by Mr Filip Eyckmans, a former Belgian tennis youth champion & band manager. It was based on his two passions in life which are sports and music. Hence, it’s not surprising why he decides to call the sport Bossaball, which was derived from the Brazilians who influenced music genre BossaNova. A revolutionary concept, he envisioned samba music or percussion bands would increase the level of play in sports. Bossaball is similar to volleyball, but also includes elements of soccer, gymnastics and capoeira. The court’s dimensions are 1790cm by 1345cm. Each side of the court has an integrated trampoline that has a diameter of 345 cm, allowing players to bounce high enough to spike the ball.This is a ball game between 2 teams. The court is a combination of inflatables and trampolines, divided by a net. It takes less than 45 minutes to set it all up and get ready to play. Takes a while, but its worth it
So, How do you play?!?!
The aim of bossaball is for each team to ground the ball on the opponent's field. Each team is entitled to a maximum of 8 contacts with the ball on its own field, meanwhile the trampoline jumper gains height to prepare a smash.
Any body part can be used. Players can touch the ball only once with their hands, or double touch it with their feet and/or head. The height of the net in between both fields can be adjusted for different levels, one for professionals, one for men, one for women, and one for children. Bossaball can be played in teams of 3 or 4 or 5 players. (SHOW PICTURES).
So, the scoring is little different than voleyball’s scoring system. Once a team grounds the ball on the inflatables it gains 1 point. Scoring on the trampolines is worth 3 points.
Hitting the bossawall, which are the rings around the trampolines, doesn't count as a score, so the rally would continue according to Bossball.com
Now, every game needs a referee to keep...