While regulation Bocce courts are 91 feet by 13 feet, the dimensions of home courts can be whatever size fits into your backyard. Variations are acceptable provided foul lines for throwing and hitting or spocking, mid court lines for first throw of the pallina, and inbound markers are clearly established.
The court surface may be composed of stone dust, dirt, clay, grass or artificial surface provided there are no permanent or temporary obstructions in the court that would interfere with the straight line delivery of a ball from any direction. These obstructions do not include variations in grade or consistency of terrain.
A court with side and backboards can permit more strategic play by allowing for shots that can be banked or rebounded off of the walls. The side and backboards of the court may be composed of any material provided they would not move during play and be at least as high as the Bocce balls.
Backyard Bocce portable courts can be set up on clay, dirt, sand, or grass, with grass being the ideal surface. We have courts that can be played with or without side and backboards. All our courts are based on the following dimensions:
--Pointing and hitting or spocking foul line-10 feet from backboard
--Center court line-30 feet from backboard