Bubble Soccer – A Bouncy New Sport

Sometimes the equipment makes the game. That’s the case with Bubble Soccer, a soccer variation in which players wear inflatable bubble-wrap balls. It turns them into giant, bouncy sumo wrestlers. Aside from the no-contact rule (contact is actually encouraged), the regular rules of soccer apply.

Here’s a video of a bubble soccer game.

And here’s how to celebrate a goal.

Invented in Denmark, the Bubble Suits can purchased from Bubble Soccer.ca for about $2700 for a package of 10.

Amazon.com sells them at a variety of prices (also with a range of quality). You might also be able to rent the suits for a class from a local Bubble Soccer company.


Dick Moss, Editor,
PE Update.com

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