Four Square Meets Volleyball


CROSSNET is the world's first four square volleyball game. Set up within minutes in sand, grass, or indoors. Adjustable height for men, women and children.
It includes a four-way volleyball net, steel uprights, a volleyball, portable air pump, and a backpack.

Height for men: 7'11" or 2.3 m
Height for women: 7'4" or 2.2 m
Height for children: 5'6" or 1.6 m

Game rules:
During gameplay, players engage in a four-way battle to eliminate each other, with the goal of having the ball land in their opponent’s square. Points are scored each time a player remains in the fourth square without a mistake. Here are the general rules for gameplay:

Boundaries: Respect ’Em — When determining the four quadrants, it’s important to keep layout in mind, Outside boundaries are the outermost edges of the entire court, while the lines within the outside boundaries divide the individual player’s squares.
- If a player lands the ball on any outside boundary, it is considered in play and the player in that square is eliminated. However, if the ball lands outside of the outer boundary, the player that last hit the ball is eliminated.
- If a ball travels over the net and into a player’s square, they are responsible for returning and playing the ball.
- If the ball travels over the net, into a player’s square and then under the net into another player’s square, it is the responsibility of the first player to return the ball.
- After making an attack hit, you are allowed to pass your hand beyond the net, but the contact must have been made within your own playing space.

Serving: Diagonally, Please — The ball is always served diagonally from the fourth square to the second. The player receiving the serve in the second square is prohibited from spiking when returning the serve. After the second square returns the ball, spikes are allowed.

Honor the Rules of the Ball — Each time the ball enters a square, only the owner of the square can touch it to another square. Once the ball enters a square, the owner of the square can touch the ball next. If the owner does not touch the ball, then they are out.
- Players may not catch, carry or hold the ball at any time during play.
- If a player hits the ball poorly or out of bounds, the player is out.
- If another player hits the ball not in their square before the owner of the square does, that other player is out.
- Players may hit the ball only once with their hands to return the ball over the net.
- If the ball hits the net and lands in the second square, it is a let. The person in the fourth square may redo the serve. Only one let is allowed per set.
- If the ball hits the net and lands outside of the second square, the person in the fourth square is eliminated and returns to the first square or back of the line.
- The ball is still playable if it hits a pole.

Elimination: Stay in the Game — When a player gets eliminated, they must leave the court and all remaining players then advance to the next square. The lowest-numbered square is then filled by a new player. All eliminated players must wait for their next turn to join in the number one square.