As we all know that the every gameplay within its predefined and a structured playground, as well the kabaddi is also played in ita Pre defined ground or court. Kabaddi is one of the few games which does not require any equipment whatsoever. All that is required is a good play-field, ideally situated. Most of the players, even today prefer to play the game bare-foot although rules now permit the wearing of soft canvas shoes. The ground should neither be too hard nor too loose.
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As we all know that the every gameplay within its predefined and a structured playground, as well the kabaddi is also played in ita Pre defined ground or court. Kabaddi is one of the few games which does not require any equipment whatsoever.
All that is required is a good play-field, ideally situated. Most of the players, even today prefer to play the game bare-foot although rules now permit the wearing of soft canvas shoes. The ground should neither be too hard nor too loose. If the surface of the play-field is too loose, it will check the speed of the raiders attack and the game will become slow.
The sitting block shall be at a distance of 2 meter from the end lines. The lines on the four sides of the playfield are known as the boundaries. All lines shall be of 3 to 5 cm width and form the part of the playfield.
The strips on both the sides of the playfield measuring one meter in width are known as the Lobbies. Both sides of the area are called courts. Each of the lines in court parallel to the midline is known as the baulk line. The distance of the balkline from the midline shall be 3. The line parallel to Balk line towards the end line is known as the Bonus line. The distance between the Bonus line and Baulk line shall be 1 meter.
This is the boundary of the kabaddi ground and court both. This line called the end line. This line is all around the kabaddi field. This makes sure that the ground has not to a hard surface that injure the players, it should be soft.
The best practice is that it is mate surface. For the kho kho game, you can visit my post kho kho game. Kabaddi courts require continuous maintenance. Watering should be done one-hour before practice.
A watering can or a hosepipe attached with a garden sprinkler should be used to water the playfield. Water should not be poured with buckets since the playfield will become muddy. After a 15 minute gap, the scraper should be used to lightly scrape the surface. After leveling with the wooden block, a light roller should be used and watering done. Netting should be done once in a week to remove stones or pebbles, if any, on the surface. In hot weather conditions, watering can be done even during half-time of play to maintain moisture.
Mostly tournaments in Kabaddi are now being conducted in the evenings with the aid of floodlighting arrangements. There is, however, no standard procedure being followed for lighting the Kabaddi court so as to ensure good visibility while avoiding the glare of the light on players and the audience.
We can set a row of lights being hung over the Balk and mid-lines with domes at a height of about 10 ft from the ground.
But there is no fixed prescribed load for effective lighting. If you want to know about kabaddi game rules and regulation u can visit my last post Kabaddi rules and regulations. Your email address will not be published. Skip to content Home Ground measurement kabaddi ground and court size measurement.
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Kabaddi is a contact team and sport played between two teams of seven players each. The objective of the game is for a single player on offense, referred to as a "raider", to run into the opposing team's half of a court, tag out as many of their defenders as possible, and return to their own half of the court, all without being tackled by the defenders, and in a single breath. Points are scored tagged by the raider, while the opposing team earns a point for stopping the raider. Players are taken out of the game if they are tagged or tackled, but are brought back in for each point scored by their team from a tag or tackle. It is popular in South Asia and other surrounding Asian countries. Although accounts of kabaddi appear in the histories of ancient India , the game was popularised as a competitive sport in the 20th century. It is the national sport of Bangladesh.
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