No, no player can touch the bottom or sides of the pool during play - the Water Polo pool is a minimum of 1.8 meters deep Technically no, as an official water polo pool is a minimum of 1.8 meters deep. However, in some situations, such as in high school polo, this is not met. According to FINA rule 20.5, it is a foul "To take any active part in the game when standing on the floor of the pool, to walk when play is in progress or to jump from the floor of the pool to play the ball or tackle an opponent. This Rule shall not apply to the goalkeeper while within the goalkeeper's 5 metre area." Therefore, it is legal for a goalie to touch the bottom of the pool.
No you have to tread water, you play generally in a 7+ foot pool. In some pools you can touch though, the rules are just modified, like you can't touch the bottom if you have the ball or it's a turn over, things like that
Well i play competive waterpolo and im 12 so i dont touch the bottem, and when we pratice with the younger kids the dont touch the bottem ither. Only on game night after an hour the i love kids go in the shallow pool but there tolf not to touch the bottem
No. They can not touch the bottom of the pool. They are swimming or treading water the whole game. I heard the water polo team talk about this last week.
No. If you do, the ball is given to the other team.
No you can not touch the sides of the pool in water polo.
No the water is to deep to
No. During a water polo match, touching the bottom of the pool is considered a foul, and will be called as such. The term used is: "Off the bottom." This will cause the team to lose the ball and cause a turn-over.
In water polo you are not allowed to touch the bottom of the pool, therefore you can't walk without breaking the rules. You must tread water the entire time.
no, nor touch the bottom of the pool or the water polo goals, this will lead to a foul. when you swim for the ball at the start, you must be out 2 meters, not touching the sides.
They usually make the pool too deep for the players to touch, and if they are able to touch it; it is deep enough for the refs to notice
deep enough for no one to be able to touch the bottom
The distance from the surface of the water to the lowest point of the boat: How much depth of water does the boat need not to touch the bottom.