Rules and Disciplines
There are three disciplines in futnet determined by the number of the players – single, double and triple. Basic rules as laid down by UNIF Laws of Futnet for each discipline are as follows:
Single: one player, two touches, one bounce in all categories, court dimensions 9 m x 12.8 m
Double: two players, up to three touches (not two consecutive touches by the same player), one bounce allowed for men and two bounces for women and juniors, court dimensions 9 m x 12.8 m
Triple: three players, up to three touches (not two consecutive touches by the same player), one bounce allowed for men and two for women and juniors, court dimensions 9 m x 18 m
The futnet ball may remind of a football in its size, but is glued, made of 32 panels, black and white, of synthetic (natural) leather and when properly inflated, should bounce more than half a meter.
The team scores a point whenever the opponent commits a fault, for example: netting the ball, kicking the ball out of the court, touching the net, the same player touching the ball twice in a row (except for the single), touching the ball with the hand or the arm etc.
To win the match, the team has to win 2 sets. A set is won by the team who first scores 11 points with a minimum two-point lead or first scores 15 points.
See the Laws of Futnet for more details on the rules of this sport.