What is bubble football?

The bubble football is a form of football in which players participate tucked inside a giant bubble of transparent plastic, which can be hit, roll, tumble or fall without fear of hurt as the bubble cushioning every stroke.

This version of the traditional football was born in Norway in late 2011, at the hands of Johan and Henrik Elvestad Golden, who did not imagine the success would have its invention.

What rules do you have?

Basically any particular rule, beyond common sense rules, you can hit your opponent against bubble bubble obviously can not knock your legs are exposed, or kicking another bubble.

Game times are much shorter than those of a normal game, about 2 parts of 7 minutes, with a break of 2-3 minutes between.

Bubbles weigh about 15 kilos, which fatigue is noticed much earlier than in a normal football game.

The playing fields are approximately 20x10m, can be inside or outside, provided they are natural grass, artificial turf, wood flooring, synthetic rubber, snow or sand, as the bubbles are sensitive to friction against the ground and soil that cause much friction could scorch the plastic and break it.

Who can play?

Always depend on the bubbles with it count, we currently accept people over 13 years old, weighing between 50-95kg, and a height between 1.45m and 1.90m.

It is forbidden for safety, play with glasses, rings, bracelets, watches, chains, bulky earrings, heels or shoes heels and uncomfortable clothes or limit mobility.


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