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Bubble Football/Soccer–What You Should Know
For those who are tempted to wrap family members on cotton wool or bubble wrap before allowing then on the sports field, here’s a perfect sport for you!

Bubble Soccer loosely follows the rules of traditional food ball where two teams compete to kick goals – without ever being allowed to touch the ball with their hands.

The Difference between soccer and football in a bubble

In this context Bubble Soccer and Bubble Football are one and the same.

Do you call this game soccer or football in your part of the world?

In the UK and Europe, football is what Australians and Americans tend to call soccer, David Beckham plays it… so whatever you call the game Beckham Plays. Put the word bubble before it and people will know what you mean .

The Role of the Referee/Umpire in Bubble Soccer
Any Soccer umpire has to be fit. There’s lots of running as the ball makes its way from one end of the soccer field to the other, but bubble soccer demands much more from the referee than average football game.

As the only person on the field with free hands. The role of the ref includes retrieving the ball. When the ball is kicked off the field, the ref chases it and reintroduces it into play.

As bubble soccer becomes more widely known and attracts crowds of observers along the sidelines, there may be less leg work involved in ball retrieval but in its infancy when there’s nobody around to stop the ball, bubble soccer is hard work for the referee.

Bubble Football in INDIA
Mr. Kamlesh Sharma is credited as the brain behind the bubble soccer in INDIA at least. His Company’s focus is on sports, health and Lifestyle events throughout INDIA and he is currently setting up competitions and events.

Where Bubble Football Began
Bubble Soccer- or bubble football- is currently played around the world including Australia, Austria, Denmark, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Britain and the USA.

Credit for the craze goes to a Norwegian television sports show clip that was featured on YouTube in 2011 and has attracted more than attracted more than 3 million hits.

What is Bubble Football Really Like?
Okay, based on feedback from actual players, here’s the good news…
  • You’ll laugh yourself silly.
  • It doesn’t hurt when you hit the ground.
  • Most of the time you can get back on your feet without help.
  • It is extraordinarily fulfilling when you manage to kick the ball.
  • By the end of the game, you know you’ve had a good workout.
  • Being immersed within a plastic bubble is something you could never have dreamed about as a child – so it is absolutely novel and exciting.
  • Did I mention that you’ll laugh yourself silly?