The obstacles in the respective lane must be played over, around, through or under according to the rules of the game.
The ball is played with the foot from the ground.
Every touch of the ball counts as a shot.
Par for a particular course is the number of shots with which it should be possible to complete the course. A player has three times the par number as their maximum number of shots.
Example: Lane 1: Par 3 = 9 maximum number of tries. If the player is unable to get the ball into the hole within 9 attempts, then four times the par for the respective course (in this case 12) is listed on the player's scorecard.
If the ball lands in the rough, the player has to continue playing from that spot.
If the ball lands on another lane or even outside the Footgolf course, the player receives one penalty point and begins play from the last kicking point.
The respective lanes must only be played when the lane is clear of any other players or teams. The game is always played with the teams alternating turns.
If a different ball impedes the desired shot direction, then the ball can be secured (the spot is marked and the other ball is briefly removed). If the ball is not secured and it is hit by another ball, then it is returned to its original position; however, the ball that has been shot remains in its new position.
The winner of the game is the player that has the least number of total points after 18 holes.