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Below depicts a regulation kickball field. Don't be intimated by all the lines and markings. We'll explain everything step by step. You can hover or click on the shadows to reveal a definition.
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A location in the outfield in between left field and right field directly behind 2nd base. The center fielder can be found here.
Objects used to define the kicking box, the foul lines, and the 1st to 3rd diagonal as well as defining the running lanes for baserunners.
One of three (3) bases on a kickball field, not including home plate, that a baserunner must advance to in sequential order to scoring a run for his team.
Two (2) lines that extend from home plate to first base and third base, beyond to the foul poles used to judge a fair or foul ball.
The final base in the circuit that a baserunner must advance to for scoring a run.
An area on the kickball field formed by placing two (2) cones 10ft diagonally from tip of home plate. The kicker, catcher, and head referee are here.
A location in the outfield to the left of center field directly behind 3rd base. The left fielder can be found here.
A location in the infield in between the pitcher's mound and home plate. A pitcher or catcher need to communicate and decide who should field the kickball if it is hit in this area.
A mound of dirt located at the center of the diamond where the pitcher stands to throw pitches.
A location in the outfield to the right of center field directly behind 1st base. The right fielder can be found here.
A line that extends from each cone of the kicking box to the end of the field, designating where players and spectators should stand.