Around the Round

Kronum Field

The field consists of three concentric circles. On the outer circle are the four Kronum goals which are shared by the two teams. In front of every goal is a Goal Zone, Wedge Zone, Flex Zone and Long Range Zones, which dictate ball handling and the number of points awarded for scores.

THE KRONUM FIELD IS BROKEN UP INTO SEVERAL ZONES WHICH DICTATE THE STYLE OF PLAY, BALL HANDLING, AND NUMBER OF POINTS AWARDED FOR SCORES.

Dimensions & Details

Specifications


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Kronum Field - Dimensions
Kronum Field - Zones


 

Kronum Field

The Kronum field or “Round” is broken up into four quadrants containing zones and lines that dictate ball handling, scoring and what you can do on the field. The field consists of three concentric circles. On the outer circle are the four Kronum goals which are shared by the two teams. In front of every goal is a round Goal Zone and a rectilinear Wedge Zone. Bordering the Wedge Zone is the Flex Zone. The only difference between the two zones is that the use of hands in the Wedge Zone is restricted. Then is the Range, having the shape of a cross. In the middle of the field there is a ring called the Prime Ring, and inside that, the Pivot.

Scoring by Zone

Goal Zone

1pt, 2pt (Rings)

Wedge Zone

2pt, 4pt (Rings)

Flex Zone

2pt, 4pt (Rings)

Long Range

4pt, 8pt (Rings)

Penalty Shot

3pt, 6pt (Rings)

goal-zone

Goal Zone

Players on offense and defense may dribble, roll, hold, pass, catch, trap, deflect, kick, or shoot the ball with their arms, hands, torsos, legs, feet, or head. Players may play the ball with any part of their bodies; however, players must dribble as defined in Section 4.IV. A player may transition from playing the ball with his hands to his feet and vice-versa.


Scoring

Chamber: 1 points, Rings: 2 points

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Wedge Zone

Players on offense and defense may dribble, trap, deflect, pass, kick, or shoot the ball with their legs, feet, torsos, or head. The offense may not play the ball with their arms or hands at any time. A defensive player may block or deflect a ball with his hands while established in this zone. A defensive player may also punch the ball out of the Wedge Zone with a closed fist while established in this zone.


Scoring

Chamber: 2 points, Rings: 4 points

flex-zone

Flex Zone

Players on offense and defense may dribble, roll, hold, pass, catch, trap, deflect, kick, or shoot the ball with their arms, hands, torsos, legs, feet, or head. Players may play the ball with any part of their bodies; however, players must dribble when handling the ball in these zones. A maximum of two steps is allowed before a dribble is required.


Scoring

Chamber: 2 points, Rings: 4 points

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Long Range

Players on offense and defense may dribble, roll, hold, pass, catch, trap, deflect, kick, or shoot the ball with their arms, hands, torsos, legs, feet, or head. Players may play the ball with any part of their bodies; however, players must dribble when handling the ball in these zones. A maximum of two steps is allowed before a dribble is required.


Scoring

Chamber: 4 points, Rings: 8 points