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goalie war

All field figures are turned upside down and the Goalies are facing each other alone. As opponents - of course with the ball. Get back to the overview of all contributions of the Leonhart dictionary. More

Time limit

The ball may be at a maximum of 10 seconds at the five-man rod and at a maximum of 15 seconds at any other rod. Goalie and defence rod are classified within this rule as one rod. A timout means in every case condition for the opponent. If the ball was too long on the three-man rod the opponent receives the condition at the ... More

Wechsel

Siehe „Seitenwechsel“ Hier geht´s zurück zur Übersicht aller Beiträge des Leonhart Kicker-Lexikons. More

forarme dispenser

This is a trick, where the inside of the forearm rolls up the grip. The figures may turn on its own axis - if they turn more it will classified as a foul. Get back to the overview of all contributions of the Leonhart dictionary. More

Two-Ball Rollerball

A special mode, in which two balls are played at the same time. Get back to the overview of all contributions of the Leonhart dictionary. More

Dead Ball

A ball which can’t be reached by the figures in case of standstill is called dead ball. If the ball is classified like this, the team with conduction brings the ball back in gam e a one of the five-man rods. If the ball lies between the goal and the five-man rod the ball will be laid in front of the figure which is next to ... More

goal

A goal is classified by exceeding the goal line by the ball - wether it leaves the goal or nor. After the goal the opponent becomes the condition. Get back to the overview of all contributions of the Leonhart dictionary. More

Time Out

Every team has at official tournaments the right to demand per game two time outs. At a time out the players are allowed to leave the table for 30 seconds (starting at the stop of the ball). A Time Out only may be demanded by the team who is in ball possession. If the ball isn’t in the game, every team may demand a time out. ... More

tick-tack

Move, in which the ball is played between two figures until one shoots unexpectedly. Especially popular is the three-man rod: Either the middle and one of the outer figures play with the ball - or both outer figures. Get back to the overview of all contributions of the Leonhart dictionary. More

technical foul

One team receives the ball for exactly one shot attempt at the three-man rod. Thereby only the shooting and the defending player stands at the table. After declaration of willingness the shot is considered as executed after it leaves the three-man rod. In case of stopping the ball among the defense or the ball leaves it, the ... More