Underwater football is a game between two teams. It usually played in the water. The appropriate place to play this game is a swimming pool. The same elements are used to play underwater hockey and underwater ruby, just as the equipment is used to play underwater football. Swimming pools, such as snorkelling equipment (masks, snorkel, and birds) are played in the pool. The ball is placed on the gutter by the scoring pool and placed on its own. A toy in the change is used as a rubber torpedo ball, and down the buckets to serve as rest and goal.
Underwater football discovered by the Scuba Trainer before the 1960s. In the 1960s, Dave Murdoch, a scuba diving instructor, was taught at the Manitoba’s Frank Kennedy Centre, under which water soccer was developed. Dave Murdoch In the 1960s, at the Manitoba’s Frank Kennedy Centre, it was discovered in the field of education by a scuba diving instructor, and under which the water was developed.
Like traditional football games, players of each team have to give the ball to the rivals by giving their own players the goal. Each team has 13 players, but at the same time, five players are in the court. The team that has scored the highest score, in the end, will win the team.
The court should have a playground of 10 meters deep, 15 meters long and 4 meters deep. In contrast to football, the match is two half, 20 minutes each half, and half-time of 5 minutes.