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Garden Kubb Set
NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY AVAILABLE**Must be ordered before 13.00pm
Here's a fun game for all the family to play - garden Kubb. A game that is thought to of been founded in Scandinavia (Sweden) is now growing very quickly in Europe and the rest of the world. It's a game combining the skill of throwing accurately and strategy using the mind.
As with many games you can either play this as part of a team or if you prefer as a team of one.
It's so simple to play and yet will give you and your family many hours of fun playing. The game comes complete with a strong study carrying bag making it easy to transport or carry around with you for use in many circumstances.
| Have fun enjoying those long summer days and evenings playing some great outdoors games with all the family and friends. From the younger member of the family to the older family member, everyone can have fun playing scatter with this inexpensive garden kubb set.|
Garden Kubb Set Includes:* 1 King with Red Top - 30cm x 9cm x 9cm (1' 0" x 3½" x 3½")
* 6 Throwing Stocks - 30cm x 4.5cm (1' 0" x 1¾")
* 10 Knights - 15cm x 7cm x 7cm (6" x 2¾" x 2¾")
* 4 Wooden Corner Poles
* Lightweight enough to carry around
* Packed in a Nylon Carrying Bag with carrying handles
Fun to play our garden kubb set is just part of our large range of Garden Games and Giant Garden Games that will give many hours of fun for all the family, so why not take a look and see what else you might like playing.
The Rules of Playing Kubb:
Need to know the Rules for Playing Kubb?
These rules for Kibb are provided with acknowledgement to PlayKubb UK.
The History of Kubb:
Kubb is a lawn game where the object is to knock over wooden blocks by throwing wooden batons at them. Kubb can be somewhat described as a combination of bowling and horseshoes. Today's version originated on the island of Gotland, Sweden. In English, the game is often pronounced as "koob", which rhymes with "tube".
Some rules vary from country to country and from region to region, but the ultimate object of the game is to knock over the kubbs on the opposing side, and then knock the "king" over, before the opponent does. This combined with the fact that there is a certain level of strategy that can be used by players, has led some players and kubb fans to nickname the game "Viking Chess." Games can last from five minutes to well over an hour. The game can be played on a variety of surfaces such as grass, sand, concrete, snow, or even ice. Kubb is a great game for people of all ages.
Although it is often claimed that the game dates back to the Viking Age and has survived on Gotland, there doesn't appear to be any firm evidence of this. The Föreningen Gutnisk Idrott ("Society of Gotland Games"), formed in 1912, does not list kubb as one of the traditional games from Gotland. On Swedish island of Gotland there are many stories of kubb being played in the early 20th century.
The game in its modern conception became popular in the 1990s when commercial kubb sets were first manufactured. The key feature of the game (opposing teams throwing) is shared by the games kyykkä and bunnock, both of which come from Karelia or neighbouring areas. The game has now gained international interest, and an annual World Championship has been held since 1995 on Gotland. Large kubb tournaments are now located throughout Europe and the U.S. Belgium alone had over 50 tournaments in 2012.
On December 13th, 2011, Eau Claire, WI became The Kubb Capital of North America. The city has hosted the U.S. National Kubb Championship since 2007, is home to Kubbnation Magazine, has various kubb clubs, and kubb leagues exist. In addition, kubb sets are in the local schools, with some schools having kubb units in physical education class. There are also kubb clubs at some schools, including Eau Claire Memorial HS.
Delivery of this product to UK Mainland England, Wales and most of Scotland (see below) is normally on a next working day service - subject to Carriers - (if ordered before 13.00) and is included in our price.
Additional carriage charges apply to delivery areas outside of these areas and can be found below along with the expected delivery service. Delivery to these other areas is normally between 2 - 5 working days but please allow up to 7 working days.
All Deliveries are made between Monday - Friday - 08:00 - 18:00
Next Working Day (Normal) service up to 20 kgs: Included in Price
Mainland England and Wales: All Postcodes
Scotland: EH, G, FK, DG, KY, ML, TD, KA,
2 - 5 day (Standard) service up to 20 kgs: £19.99
Scottish Highlands and Islands: AB, DD, HS, IV, KW, PA, PH and ZE
Northern Ireland: All BT Postcodes
Southern Ireland: Rep of Eire
Isle of Wight: PO30 - PO41 (IOW Only)
Scilly Isles: TR21 - TR25
Isle of Man: IM
Channel Islands: JE, GY