the new sport

Everything you need to know about SQUABALL

WHAT IS IT?

SQUABALL is a new racket sport that combines the use of rackets with goals and areas.

It can be played by two or four players, both indoors and outdoors.

It is the only racket game in which the two players participate in the service and one of the few that uses no central net.

WHAT DO I NEED TO PLAY IT?

Two rackets

A friend

A ball

Two goals

IS IT FOR ME?

SQUABALL is a popular sport for all ages and skill levels. The game is easy for beginners to learn, but it can quickly turn into an intensive battle for experienced players.

SQUABALL involves 2 players.

SQUABALL DOUBLES is the version for 4 players, an ideal activity for families and friends.

SQUABALL MINI is the version with reduced dimensions, adapted for beginners or players who want to concentrate more on developing their technical skills.

HOW CAN SQUABALL HELP ME?

SQUABALL especially helps to improve concentration, mental agility and reflexes, due to the small court dimensions and the fast ball exchanges. It is an exciting way to develop many personal and social abilities while having fun.

Mental skills

Mental agility
Concentration
Self-control
Determination

Physical skills

Quick reflexes
Strength
Coordination
Balance

Social skills

Flexibility
Self-confidence
Cooperation
Fair play

WHERE CAN I PLAY IT?

SQUABALL can be played both indoors or outdoors on a 12 x 3 meter court without requiring special facilities.

Because of its reduced court dimensions and simple equipment, you can play it anywhere: beaches, parks, yards, the roof-top of your office or in existing sports facilities. For example, on half of a beach volleyball court or on quarter of a tennis court.

Goals are very quick and easy to assemble and it takes less than 10 minutes to set up a SQUABALL court!

You can also join our SQUABALL training and give it a try!

WHERE DOES THE NAME COME FROM?

The name “Squaball” calls to mind the word “squabbling”, referring to a battle or fight between the players in order to win the point. The Squabbling starts after a service, if the receiver manages to return a valid ball to the server. If you want to learn more about THE SQUABALL RULES click here.