The Government may have, for now, banned the sharing of sports equipment but that doesn’t mean that games that require the participant to touch the ball cannot be played in a responsible manner.
For starters we believe that games can be played where the participant only has to kick a ball with an operator responsible for setting the ball up. Here are a few examples: Football or Rugby Speed Cage, Football or Rugby Target Games and Football Darts.
Football Speed Cage: Players queue up to take 3 kicks and their speed is measured by a radar set behind the game. A operator can set the ball up just using his or her feet.
Rugby Conversion Challenge or Football Target Test: The participant needs to kick a ball through a target. The operator will need to use his or hands to recover and set up the ball.
Football or Rugby Darts: The set up is the same as the Target games.