Sipa (lit. kick or to kick) is the Philippines' traditional native sport which predates Spanish rule. The game is related to Sepak Takraw. Similar games include Footbag net, Footvolley, Bossaball and Jianzi.
The game is both played by two teams, indoors or outdoors, on a court that is about the size of a tennis court. The teams consist of one, two or four players in each side. The aim of the game is to kick a soft ball made out of rattan fragments, back and forth over a net in the middle of the court. The sport requires speed, agility and ball control.
Sipa or SIPA may refer to:
- Sipa, the Philippines national and traditional native sport
- School of International and Public Affairs, a Columbia University graduate school
- Southern Interscholastic Press Association, a nonprofit organization at the University of South Carolina
- Sipa, Estonia, a village in Estonia
- Société Industrielle Pour l’Aéronautique, a defunct French aircraft maker
- State Investigation and Protection Agency, a law enforcement agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Sipa River, a tributary of the Prahova River in Romania
- Sipa Press, a French photojournalism agency
- Securities Investor Protection Act, United States federal legislation from 1970