The purpose of the game is to hit the ball against a wall with either hand in such a way that the opponent or opponents cannot return the ball back. If the ball bounces before it reaches the wall, the point or serve is forfeited to the opponent. A point is awarded to the server if the receiver misses the ball or the ball bounces before getting to the wall. Points can only be scored by the server. If during the volley the server misses a return, the opponent, rather than gaining a point, becomes the server.

Knowing the rules of the sport is only a small fraction of the game. The real challenge lies in the hands of the opposite opponent. On the court it comes down to hand-to-hand combat.    Read More

- Copyrights Copyright policies.  The use of any articles or photos published on the Handball City website are prohibited without written permission from Handball City and their owners. Any violation of copyright policies will be dealt with swift legal action.

Articles and photos that are submitted by the public for use, will only be used for the promotion of the sport of Handball and will not be used for any financial gains without getting permission from the author or photographer. Please note by sending information and photos to us you agree to the best of your knowledge that the information is correct, and you are the owner of the photos. You also agree by sending via email or postal mail information or photos that you are giving publishing rights to your work.

Players and fans of the sport of Handball are welcomed to help promote the sport by submitting helpful articles, photos, and Videos. Handball City will review it to see if we will publish your work. Not everything submitted gets published, but keep sending material and we might use it for other projects in the future. Any articles or photos used will be credited with the author or photographers name.

Please keep in mind that Handball City is primarily a one-wall Handball website. But we are always interested in knowing what's going on with Handball worldwide, one, three, and four wall Handball. 

Contact: Jimmy - submissions


- Trademarks trademarks and trademark policies. A trademark is a way a company displays their name or brand that distinguishes it from others for commerce. Trademarks can be a word or series of words that a company uses to promote their products within their industry. Trademarks can also be images or logos that connect itself to a company.

The use of any Trademarks (TM) affiliated with and its parent company Handball innovations; which consists of the (NHA - National Handball Association), (XHL - Xtreme Handball), (, (Monsters of Handball) and (HBC) are prohibited without written permission by HandballCity and its affiliates. The use of Trademark (TM) slogans (New York City's most Extreme sport), and (Welcome to the Future...) are prohibited without written permission by HandballCity and its affiliates. The use of (, Handball innovations, National Handball Association, Xtreme Handball, Monsters of Handball,  and HBC) LOGOS are prohibited without written permission by HandballCity/Handball innovations. Any violation of Trademark policies will be dealt with swift legal action.

Handball Innovation Trademark Logos are as follows:

NHA - National Handball Association

XHL - Xtreme Handball           

MOH - Monsters of Handball       

Handball innovations - Logo is coming soon!!!

The use of Handball innovations,, National Handball Association, Xtreme Handball, Monsters of Handball, and HBC, and its slogans and logos are prohibited to use to promote anything, sell products, disguise as your own, and use in any reference that falsely slanders our reputation.

Acceptable use of word Trademarks are as follows: On Handball Tournament flyers, you may say "For more information go to You may use word Trademarks referencing Handball innovations and its affiliates in articles, reviews, and other media outlets whether positive or negative. You may publish links on your websites with our word marks, as long as it is linking to the and it's affiliated websites.   If you have any questions regarding the use of Trademarks or Logos, or seeking permission for use.

Please contact: Jimmy Russo Permissions    




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