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American Croquet

This is the principal game of the USCA (see synopsis). The complete rules are maintained by the USCA, and are called "American Rules". In the United States, the game is also called "Six-Wicket Croquet".


International Croquet

This is the version of croquet played around the world, and is increasingly popular in America too. Read a short synopsis of this version of croquet. The complete rules are maintained by an international committee, and are also called "Association Rules" or "International Rules".


The International Laws Revision Committee is established by the Croquet Association (of England and Wales), the Australian Croquet Association, Croquet New Zealand, and the United States Croquet Association. The official name of this game is "Association Croquet".


Golf Croquet

This is a fast-paced game suitable for all levels — complete beginners to world champions. Read a synopsis of this version of croquet. The complete rules (5th Edition, published 2018) are maintained by the World Croquet Federation.




Nine-Wicket Croquet


This is the game that millions of American families enjoy playing. Read a synopsis of this version of croquet. The complete rules are maintained by the USCA. When played with six players, or on long grass, or with a distorted court layout, the game is also called Extreme Croquet.


Find out more about Nine-Wicket Croquet at the 9-Wicket Group of the USCA.





Gateball


Gateball is a team version of croquet that is very popular in Asia.


Find out more about Gateball at the World Gateball Union.