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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Circle Rules Football

“Many new sports players like the fact that you don’t have to have decades of experience to play these games. Unlike a recreational soccer league, where someone may have played on their high school or college teams, newly invented sports offer participants a relatively level playing field. New York University experimental theater alumnus Greg Manley invented Circle Rules Football to do just that.”
– Laurie Rich, Columbia News Service

“Seeing a sport in its infancy when literally anyone can show up to play, provides an excellent reminder of why we love games in the first place” - Zach Dundas, Good Magazine

Circle Rules Football is played on a circular field (~40 meters diameter) with one goal in the center (2-4 meters wide, 3 meters tall), and a 55cm yoga ball. Scoring is through opposite directions of the goal.

To find out more about this game go to the federation website:

For a video of the game being played go to:


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