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Rules - 301. Field of Play

301.01. Dimensions:

The field of play shall consist of two parallel lines, designated as foul or goal lines, 14m apart and each line’s length must exceed the cumulative width of the scoring zone of the players on the respective line with a cone.

301.02. Surface:

The playing field may have any surface, although well-trimmed grass is suggested for outdoor play, which is essentially level, free of obstructions and holes, and affords reasonable player safety.

301.03. Markings:

The playing lines shall be marked with a visible non-caustic material and shall be between 5 and 10 cm wide. The length of the lines shall be at least 15 m and must extend past the length of the outstretched arms of the players involved. As an alternative, a rope along the foul line, secured in place and intermittently at the end of each line may be used. The choice of whether to use the rope shall be made by the tournament director prior to the start of play. Although not required, an approach/warning line located 0.3m (one foot) prior to the foul line is encouraged to reduce foot fault violations.

301.04. Spectator Control:

The entire playing area shall be separated from the spectators by lines or rope to insure spectator safety and prevent unnecessary interference of play.


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