BucketBall is played by setting up two sets of 6 buckets in triangular formation separated 15-25 feet apart. Each player on a team tries to throw the ball into the opposing team's buckets. If a ball goes into a bucket, that bucket is removed from the game or stacked inside another bucket. The first team that makes all of the buckets win!!
BUCKETBALL COURT LAYOUT
BucketBall Court:A regulation sized BucketBall court will require an area of 8 feet wide by 40 feet long. The minimum vertical clearance required is 12 feet. Simmilar to beer pong.
Teams:Teams consist of 1-2 players. Teammates play on the same side of the court.
Foul Line:The foul line is an imaginary line behind each set of buckets.
Tossing Zone:The tossing zone is the area behind each set of buckets where each team can toss their BucketBall™ game balls.
BUCKETBALL GAME PLAY
Once the BucketBall court and equipment have been set up properly, game play may start.
Start of Game
Initial possession is determined by: shoot-off, coin flip, etc.
Each player on a team throws once, trying to throw the ball into the other team’s buckets.
If a ball goes into a bucket, then the bucket is removed.
Teams are allowed one re-rack per game. Here are a few re-rack examples:
Bucketball Re Rack Rules
PLAYING WITH THE BUCKETBALL INFLATABLE RACK
When using the inflatable rack the re-rack rule does not apply, instead the player/player's stack their buckets. This is done in order to make game flow quicker when using the inflatable rack. All other game-play rules remain the same.
Using the stacking rule; after a ball lands in an opponent’s bucket, the receiving player(s) stack said bucket into one of the other, adjacent buckets in the rack. You can stack your buckets as high as possible so long as they are stacked with those adjacent to them.
By stacking buckets players can block other buckets and/or make buckets harder to reach.
END OF GAME
Just like Beer Pong the team with remaining buckets wins!