If regular soccer was a little bit too monotonous for you, then adding another team in for some three-sided soccer should be perfect. The game is much the same as normal soccer in terms of its main goals and premise, but with a whole new field and a new team sharing the pitch there are some timely rule changes that need to be made.
The game itself is described as "organized confusion" and with rules like offsides, throw ins and goal kicks thrown out the window the game is a lot more freewheeling. All three teams have five players on the pitch at a time and there are rolling substitutions.
The biggest difference is that the winner isn't who scores the most, but the team that gives up the least goals.
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