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360ball is a racquet sport played in a circular court by two or four players. The main objective of the game is to use the racquet (which is a similar size and shape to a tennis racquet) to strike a rubber ball onto a concave disc that is located in the middle of the circular playing area. The playing area and equipment are portable, so the game can be quickly set up to play on various surfaces such as turf, concrete, sand, and dirt. 360ball is an aerobic-based team sport that promotes social interaction, quick reactions, and hand-eye coordination.

Is this activity known by any other names?


What are the origins of the activity abroad and in Canada?

This activity originated in South Africa around the mid-1980s, from where it spread to Europe, Asia, and eventually North America.

Who takes part?

Males and females of diverse ages and ethnocultural backgrounds.

When does it occur / How often do you take part?

360ball can occur year-round in an indoor space, but is most commonly played outside during the warmer months.

Are there any organized clubs, groups, organizations or leagues?

There are no formally organized clubs or leagues in the GTA.

Cultural Significance


Is there anything else we should know?



Physical Game

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