The American Field Crumpets League
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What is Field Crumpets?
Field Crumpets is a game often compared to hockey and soccer. As with many sports, the teams attempt to put a ball in the opposing team's goal. That's where many of the similarities to other sports end.
In Field Crumpets, each player is armed with a red wiffle bat, which is the only tool they can use to dribble, pass and shoot on the opposing goal. The field is relatively small, which can lead to fast paced, heart pounding games. But the company is almost always friendly and (relatively) non-competetive.
Even a cursory glance at the rules, pictures, videos, game results and the rest of the page will reveal that crumpets has a little something extra that lets it enjoy a lighthearted, friendly atmosphere while maintaining some level of seriousness as a sport. Please, explore the site and make sure that you head to the message board if you have any questions at all.
Rules of Field Crumpets
The Spirit of Crumpets
A Brief History of Field Crumpets
Pictures of Field Crumpets
This Page Created by Robbie Overton on 1/21/2003.
If you are interested in joining a group to play crumpets, e-mail Robbie Overton at: .