The least played sport in the world is kabaddi, which is basically the national sport of Bangladesh. Kabaddi is played between two different teams comprising of seven players each. It looks almost exactly like rugby, but it is without a ball. The sport is played in such a way that just one player on the offense, which is called a raider, would run to the court of the opposing team, tag out as many defenders as possible, and return to his team’s own half of the court.
This must be done without the raider being tagged out by any of the opponent’s defenders, and will also be done in a single breath. When a raider is able to do this successfully, then he scores points for his team; but if the opponent’s defenders are able to tackle the raider, then the points would be theirs. The venue for playing this sport is referred to as a kabaddi court.