Teqball referees Enikő Biró and Boglárka Feleki have said they would "strongly recommend" joining the sport to other women.
Romania's Biró and Feleki were the only women to officiate at the 2019 Teqball World Championships.
In an interview with the International Teqball Federation, they were asked whether they would recommend the sport to other women.
"Of course, especially for all women who love football and love to challenge themselves in new areas," said Biró.
"But also, for both those who have not yet played football.
"With the help of teqball, you can have fun while developing your technique, and a good atmosphere around the table is also guaranteed."
Biró also revealed she hoped to continue as a referee in teqball.
"Teqball is growing and evolving wonderfully," Biró added.
"I would like to follow this process, not just as an observer, but as a participant.
"As teqball develops, I want to develop in the sport as a referee.
"Being among the first, I feel a great responsibility to be an example for those who join later.
"As the sport continues to grow, I don’t really see limits!"
Both referees discussed their experience at last year's World Championships, which took place in the Hungarian capital of Budapest.
"The 2019 Teqball World Championships was very interesting," Feleki said.
"I was glad and happy I got this opportunity.
"It was a high-quality event for me, and I also tried to participate in a high-quality way."