Young adults,
Festival visitors,
party fans
Very high awareness level
Balls, bottles and cones, cups and glasses, games, clothing and the organisation of sporting events, competitions and sports tournaments

About Flunkyball

Flunkyball, one of the best-known party games, enjoys great popularity worldwide, especially among young adults. Originally created in Germany, it quickly spread and is now played at parties, festivals and in parks.

The popularity of Flunkyball can be attributed to various factors. Firstly, it is a simple game that only requires a few utensils: an empty bottle, a ball and drinks. This makes it easily accessible and can be played practically anywhere.

Another reason for its popularity is the social aspect. Flunkyball promotes teamwork and a sense of togetherness, as players compete in groups and support each other. The competitive nature and the opportunity to celebrate together contribute to a good atmosphere. In addition, Flunkyball can be played both indoors and outdoors.

Its simplicity and fun factor have won Flunkyball millions of fans over the years.

Flunkyball is a team game with a generally variable set of rules.

The game preparation:

  • The game is played on a field measuring approx. 10 x 10 (up to a maximum of 20 x 20) metres, ideally on a lawn or in a hall.
  • The target in the centre is an object that can be knocked over. For example, a 1.5 litre PET bottle half filled with water or sand.
  • A flunky ball is needed for throwing.
  • Each player needs a bottled drink.
  • Two teams of equal strength are formed.

Rules of the game:

  • Two teams, each with the same number of players, face each other about 12-20 metres apart.
  • In the centre of the playing area is a half-filled water bottle or another object that can be knocked over.
  • There is one bottled drink per player.
  • The draw decides which team gets to start.
  • Throwing alternates between the teams.
  • A member of team 1 throws the flunky ball at the object in the centre. If it falls over, the thrower’s team gets to drink.
  • The other team must now put the bottle back up as quickly as possible, collect the ball and then line up again with the ball. Once this has been done, shout “STOP!”. And no more drinking is allowed.
  • If a player’s drink is “knocked over”, he/she receives a “penalty drink” – i.e. an additional bottle.
  • The winner is the team that has demonstrably emptied all their drinks first (turn the bottle over; nothing may spill out).

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