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How do you play water rugby?

Although unknown in our country, this sport is quite popular in some northern European countries. It was invented in 1961 by Ludwig von Bersuda, a member of the Cologne German Diving Club, to keep fit during the winter season.

The purpose of aquatic rugby is to introduce a ball filled with a heavy material that prevents it from floating into the opposing goal. This consists of a kind of basketball basket located at the bottom of the pool at a depth of between 3.5 and 5 meters. The playing field, which is delimited by ropes in a standard swimming pool , occupies an area between 12 and 18 meters in length and 8 to 12 meters wide. The match is played by two teams of 11 players each, of which six always have to be in the water. The other five are reserves who are replacing their teammates throughout the game without having to ask permission from the three referees. Two of them are equipped with autonomous diving suits to remain submerged for the duration of the match -two periods of 15 minutes with a break of five- and the third referee monitors compliance with the rules from the surface, which prevent touching or hitting the players. players without the ball.

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