Ultimate Frisbee Game for All scouts

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frisbee - use a flexible throwing frisbee rather than a hard, sharp-edged disc golf frisbee.
football or soccer field.
Divide into two teams.

The game is much like football.
Teams line up on their own 20 or 30 yard line. One team kicks off to the other by throwing the frisbee as far down the field as they can. The receiving team now has control of the frisbee.

When a team has control of the frisbee, they pass it from scout to scout working it up the field to cross the goal line and score.

A scout must stop as soon as he has the frisbee - no running with it.

A turn-over occurs if an opposing team member intercepts the frisbee or whenever the frisbee hits the ground. This can cause confusion for players new to the game. If a scout throws the frisbee and it is not caught, it is immediately controlled by the other team going the other direction. Knocking the frisbee down is just as good as intercepting it by a defender. If a defender tries to intercept, but drops it, it is still a turn-over and his team now controls the frisbee.

There is no contact allowed and when a scout has the frisbee, all scouts must give him an arm's length of space so he can throw.
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