There are two backboards on the court. Players in yellow WhirlyBugs shoot for the yellow backboard, and players in red WhirlyBugs shoot for the red backboard.

A score, called a whirlic, is worth two points if it's from less than half court and three points if it's from more than half court. To score, an individual must hit the electronic sensor behind the net with the wiffleball and set off the buzzer. Penalty points are awarded for rule violations.


Use this scoop to pick up the ball and throw it around to your teammates to score.


We use a whiffleball to play. That's all you need to know about this.


Fortunately, all WhirlyBall centers come conveniently equipped with their own WhirlyBugs™, so you can leave yours at home.