Kabaddi — National Game of Bangladesh

Kabaddi is the national game of Bangladesh, kabaddi is played by two teams of 12 play­ers each on a 12.50 metre X 10.0 metre rec­tan­gu­lar court in which a player while hold­ing his breath, raid into the oppo­nent team’s area, touches one or some play­ers and/​or wres­tles out to come back his own area safely with­out releas­ing his breath and thereby get point for his own team.



Bangladesh National Game

As the national game of Bangladesh Kabaddi team con­sists of 12 play­ers but only seven play in the court and the rest stay out of court as extras. While intrud­ing into the oppo­nents’ area the player clearly and audi­bly repeats the word ‘kabaddi’ with­out break and with­out releas­ing the breath. Kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi.… until come back in his side.Kabaddi is village game of Bangladesh

Bangladesh national game is play­ing for two times of 20 min­utes each and 5 min­utes break in between. Every kabaddi team earns 1 point by touch­ing each one player of the oppo­site side. Each team get 2 extra points as bonus when all play­ers of the oppo­site party are out of the court. Win­ner is the team which one earns the greater num­ber of points in the stip­u­lated time game..Kabaddi is National game of Bangladesh

Kabaddi is a very pop­u­lar game in Bangladesh, espe­cially in the vil­lages of the coun­try and, so far, it is also said the ‘game of vil­lage’. In some region of the coun­try kabaddi is also known as Ha-​Du-​Du. Though Ha-​du-​du is pop­u­lar in some region of the coun­try but the game has no def­i­nite rules and ha-​du-​du is used to be played with local defined rule in dif­fer­ent area. Basi­cally, Ha-​du-​du was given the name of National game as kabaddi and it got sta­tus of National Game in 1972.India Bangladesh Kabaddi Match

Bangladesh Ama­teur Kabaddi Fed­er­a­tion was formed in 1973. It framed rules and reg­u­la­tions for the national game. Bangladesh first played kabaddi match in 1974 with a vis­it­ing Indian team, which played matches with the regional teams of Dhaka, Jes­sore, Tan­gail, Farid­pur, Dina­jpur, and Comilla.

Asian Game Kabaddi Bangladesh

The Asian Ama­teur Kabaddi Fed­er­a­tion was formed in 1978 at a con­fer­ence of del­e­gates from Bangladesh, Pak­istan, India and Nepal in the Indian town of Villai.

National Game of Bangladesh Kabaddi

The National Game Kabaddi is play­ing in every vil­lage of the coun­try dur­ing Rainy Sea­son. The National game Kabaddi was included in Asian Game and now wait­ing to include in Olympic.

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