FITP: Unusual Football

He loves football. He doesn’t want to become anything else but a professional football player. He is now one of the best players in the league. Never in his life has he dreamed of saying ‘no’ whenever someone asks him to play football together. But things about to change when he comes to Indonesia, for the first time in his life he says ‘no’ to football.

In his defense, he says, “how can you kick a ball made of flaming coconut?”

Word: Football
Total Words: 81 words
Event: Flash in The Pan by Red @ M3



Read more about this exotic sport>> here.


  1. Wow, that looks dangerous and scary…they would have to be really fast playing that to keep from burning their feet or clothing. I had never heard of this sport. Hugs

    1. It looks dangerous to most people but these people are used to it that they don’t feel the heat anymore. It’s not a common sport here but it still exists till now.

  2. Ooooohh!!! The very idea of “Flaming Coconut Football” is scary enough… but doing it barefooted!! O_o

    Nice lil’ story about it too Novia! 😉

    1. I wish I can see it in real … one day. But I have only seen it in TV. Cool isn’t it 😉
      They often play it in style, you know moving it from one foot to another in an acrobat way.

      Thank you. Miyuki 🙂

  3. That’s the hot-foot football.
    In North America, our football is played where the ball is hardly ever kicked (more like rugby), and our soccer is like most of the world’s football.

    1. I know 🙂
      North American is the only one who calls football soccer. I wonder why they call it football when they only kick the ball once and carry it with hand almost all the time

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