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Castlesquares is an indoor/outdoor volleyball 9 square game that is fun for all ages.
- 15'x15' strong metal frame designed for a 3-5 minute set up
- Telescoping legs make the height fully adjustable for all skill levels and sizes
- UV resistant straps ensure that this game will entertain you and your guests for years to come.
- Everything fits in one convenient carrying bag, making it super portable
Aluminum is lightweight and easy to bring anywhere you go. Both the mill-finished and anodized aluminum sets are water-resistant and can be played in pools, lakes, or on beaches.
Made in America
3 Minute Set Up
1. Unfold the poles and lock them together.
2. Lay out the long poles in a big square.
3. Connect the four poles together with the corner pieces.
4. Connect the legs to the corner pieces.
5. Add the straps to the poles. Go under and over each strap.
6. Adjust the height and begin playing.
How to Play
The goal of this game is to make your way to the center square which and try to stay theres as long as possible.
The player in the center square or King/Queen position will serve the ball into another square like in volleyball. Players can hit the ball once to bounce the ball out of their own square and into one of the other squares without letting it drop. If the ball hits the ground outside the 9 square set, it’s out-of-bounds, and the last player who touched it is out and goes to the back of
More Ways to Play
CastleSquares 9 square can be adapted for a wide variety of group sizes. The set can be changed to have 2, 4, 6, or 9 squares. This allows players to enjoy the game in a variety of ways.
One popular variation is 4-Square Castleball. The rules and gameplay are the same as the 9 square variant, it just allows for smaller groups to play.
To play 9 square in teams, just have the odd-numbered squares play against the even-numbered squares. If you are playing with 9 squares, one team will have an extra player, but they also have an extra square to defend. To decide a winner, give yourself a time limit and keep track of the score.
As with any casual game, you can develop house rules to fit how you like to play. Do you have someone from the overflow line serve? Can each person touch the ball 2 times before bouncing it out of their square?