The indoor bossel game is a great team game for young and old. The game requires skill and tactics. Indoor bossel is enjoying more and more popularity for disability sports in Germany.
- Consists of 6 bossel sticks and 1 jack
The indoor bossel game – a game for hand and brain
Indoor bossel is an exceptional combination of movement, throwing skill and tactics. Try to play as close as possible to the jack, or if you prefer, to knock your opponents bossel sticks out of the playing area. Or are you an expert that can knock the jack into an advantageous position for your team using your bossel stick? The indoor bossel game consists of a total of six bossel sticks – three of which are marked white, three green – and one jack. The jack is a red cube with an edge length of 10 cm. Bossel can be played by two people or two teams of three.
- 6 bossel sticks – 3 of each, labelled green and white
- 1 jack
Indoor bossel – how to play
The playing area for indoor bossel is a 12- to 16-m-long court that is two metres wide. At one end of the court a 4-m-long target zone is marked out.
In indoor bossel, you have to play your bossel stick as close to the jack as you can and if possible, knock your opponent's bossel sticks out of play while doing so. You can also try to knock the jack into a position that is advantageous for your team. Indoor bossel is an excellent game for schools and sports clubs, as well as for sport for the elderly and people with disabilities.
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