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Kabaddi is a sport that is growing in popularity all over the world. While it is still relatively unknown in many parts of the world, it is gaining ground as more people learn about it and its benefits. One of the key questions people have about Kabaddi is how many players are there on each team? The answer may surprise you, as there are actually only seven players on each team. That includes four raiders and three defenders.
Kabaddi is a contact sport that originated in India. It is played between two teams of seven players each, with three substitutions per team. The game is played on a rectangular field with a boundary line. A line drawn through the middle of the field divides it into two halves. Each team has its own half of the field, and they score points by sending their opponents into their half and touching them with their hands or feet. The game is won by the team that scores the most points in a set period of time.
There are eleven players in a kabaddi team: seven on the field and four substitutes. The game is played with two teams of seven players each. Five players from each team are on the court at one time.
Each team tries to score points by sending a player, called a raider, into the opposing team’s territory. The raider then tries to touch as many opponents as possible and return to his own half of the court without being tackled by the defenders. A point is scored for each opponent touched. If the raider is tackled, he loses a point for his team.
The game is played in two halves of 20 minutes each. Each team can have a maximum of three minutes to raid per turn.
A Kabaddi team typically consists of 12 players. However, there are variations of the game that can be played with fewer or more players.
In Kabaddi, there are two teams of seven players each. Each team occupies half of the court, and the players line up opposite each other. There are three front-line players and four back-line players. The front-line players include a raiders and two stoppers. The back-line players include a cover, an extra cover, and two corners.
The raider is the player who scores points by crossing into the opponent’s half and touching them. The stoppers try to stop the raider from crossing the line and touching them. The cover is responsible for stopping raiders from crossing the line into their own half. The extra cover is responsible for stopping raiders who have already crossed the line and are trying to return to their own half. The corners are responsible for tackling raiders who have already crossed the line into their own half.
There are a total of 12 players in a kabaddi team, made up of seven defenders and five raiders. Each team must have at least four players on the court at all times, with three from each side. If a team has more than seven players, they can only use five at a time.
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