W.T.A - World Tetherball Association and World Tetherball Championships. The World Tetherball Association is located in sunny Palm Springs, California and is the official governing body for the sport of tetherball.
Mikasa Sports - A seller of tetherball balls and tetherball equipment. We all have a defining moment when the sport we play becomes the sport we love, the moment the game becomes a part of who we are. The passion and desire from that point is embedded in our spirit to achieve and compete at the highest level possible.
Wikipedia - Useful information about the North American game of tetherball. Tetherball is a game for two opposing players. The equipment consists of a stationary metal pole, from which is hung a volleyball from a rope, or tether. The two players stand on opposite sides of the pole. Each player tries to hit the ball one way; one clockwise, and one counter (anti-) clockwise. The game ends when one player manages to wind the ball all the way around the pole so that it is stopped by the rope.
Lifetime - Information about the sport of tetherball and other tetherball equipment. Tetherball brings school yard and summer camp fun right into the backyard. It is fun for children and novices, but provides a competitive challenge for older players as well. A portable tetherball system easily rolls to any space on the lawn or driveway, and because it does not require a cement base, it is quick and easy to setup.
Tetherballs.net - TetherBalls.net is a hub for all tetherball learning needs. Whether you are currently taking an interest in the sport, or want to advance your existing playing strategies. Tetherballs.net is breaking everything down for you in an easy to follow, step-by-step process so you can start playing tetherball as soon as possible.
Total Tetherball - Tetherball and paddle tetherball rules, including special rules for the serve and penalties for touching the rope or pole or double-hitting the ball. Inofrmation about advantages, rules tactics and equipment.
Marked Yard Games - Tetherball - You can make your own tetherball pole from an 8-foot (2.5-meter) to 10-foot (3-meter) piece of 1 1/2- or 2-inch (3.8- or 5-cm) pipe, two 10- to 12-inch (25- or 30-cm) pieces of rebar (concrete reinforcing steel rod) welded to the bottom of the pole, an eyebolt attached at the top of the pole, an old rubber tire, and a small amount of concrete mix. Usually two players play at a time. The goal is to hit the ball hanging from the rope so that the rope will completely wrap around the pole. Each player must stay in the marked hitting area of the court. Variations may be played where the ball is caught and then hit.
Cement Base Portable Signs - Portable concrete base sign stands made out of cement and a light weight truck or car tire. Each sign base is custom made with the highest quality in materials. Cement base movable sign stands.
Check out How to Make One if you want to see our video on how to make a tire tetherball set of your own. View our video showing step by step instructions on how to make a concrete base tire tetherball stand made out of cement and an old tire.
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Find out the Official Rules of tetherball. This page has all of the rules and regulation to play tetherball.
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