The rules are very complicated:
-Bottle Soccer is played with a water bottle filled 1/4-1/2 with water or what ever liquid is available.
-Similar to soccer in that you must kick (in this case) the water bottle into your opponents goal.
-The game is started with the "drop", where the bottle is dropped in the center of the field. The bottle MUST hit the ground before one kicks it.
-Once the bottle is dropped, the game is in session. It is completely legal to push and shove your opponents.... In fact, it is suggested.
-There are no sidelines
-If the bottle is kicked passed the goal line, but not between the two goal-post lines, the opposing team gets to throw the bottle in. The bottle must land BEFORE the center box for it to be legal.
- If the bottle goes above your knees, it is legal to hit the bottle with your hand, but you can't catch it/hold it (ever been hit in the nuts with a water bottle?).
-If the bottle passes the goal line ABOVE the goalies knees, it does not count as a goal, and a throw in takes place.
-Once the track warm up begins, the...