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Foto: Ralph Heksch

The roundnet was invented in 1989 by the American Jeff Knurek and for this reason at the beginning it was a widespread game especially in the USA.
Since 2008 the specific material for this activity, in the meantime renamed "spikeball", is produced and promoted.

This sport is somehow similar to volleyball and combines creativity, ball touch, coordination and teamwork. Two people form a team trying to hit the ball on the trampoline so that the opposing team is unable to intercept it.

It is suitable for both school and leisure. It can be played in the gym or outside on different types of surfaces. The trampoline is quick to assemble and no field demarcations are needed.




The CST provides a wide range of areas where roundnet can be played,  such as outdoor lawns, sand courts and gyms. The CST is equipped with three trampolines and 20 balls.


The CST provides 160 sports facilities, including three triple gymnasia, a double gymnasium for artistic gymnastics, four multi-purpose halls, eight full-size football pitches, an open-air athletics complex and an indoor athletics complex, a 50m swimming pool and a diving pool, four fitness and weight-lifting rooms and a water sports centre.

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Skimboard must only be performed under the supervision of qualified instructors. 
For more information and details of the sport safety requirements at CST, please refer to the links below.


National Youth Sports Centre Via Brere
CH-6598 Tenero
+41 58 468 61 11



Daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Office hours may be limited at weekends from November to February.