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Unicycle hockey is for everyone, no matter what age or sex. Fair play is crucial for all players.
Ice hockey sticks are used to place a tennis or street-hockey ball into an ice-hockey goal.
At the beginning and after each goal all players have to go to their own half. Then the game starts as soon as a player of the team in possession crosses the center line.
A player may only take part in a game when riding the unicycle. After falling off he or she has to mount at the same spot, but if necessary move out of the way of play first.
The player may touch the ball once with the flat hand (but not to score a goal directly).
Throwing sticks is strictly forbidden.
The upper end of the stick must always be covered with one hand to avoid injuries of other players. The lower end of the stick must always be below the players hips. Each player has to take care not to hit an opponent with his stick, especially after a shot.
A player who holds his stick in a way that someone else rides over it is committing a foul, regardless of intention.
A goal is disallowed if the ball was in one's own half when shot and wasn't touched by anyone afterwards (long shot).
The free shot is indirect, i. e. after the shot another player has to touch the ball.