How did bubble soccer come from?

It is pretty sure that many people are curious about this matter, for bubble soccer’s interesting look and ways to play. Some of you may know how to play and some of you may not even know about the very existence of bubble soccer. Before I introduce the origin of bubble soccer, please allow me to talk you through the introduction of bubble soccer. Bubble soccer or bubble football is the recreation or sport of playing soccer while encased in an inflated huge ball, which covers the player’s upper body and head with only the legs sticking out. The place of playing bubble soccer game is not limited, both indoors in a sports hall and outdoors on grass work. This sport is becoming increasingly popular, with many people all over the world taking it up. Bubble soccer can be played by kids over 10 years old and adults, and is often played among friends or family, for corporate team building events, parties, and birthdays. There are also many variations of bubble soccer, with scenarios such as bubble bowling or bubble sumo also taking place at bubble soccer venues. Some venues let you rent it and they come to you and set up a game at your House.
free-shipping-1-5m-zorb-soccer-body-zorb-ball-human-hamster-ball-loopy-ball-half-blue-881Enough talk for introduction of bubble soccer. If you had searched the Internet, you may find that bubble soccer (also known as bubble football, bumper ball, or loopy ball) was actually created in 2011 in Norway simply because of a joke by Henrik Elvestad & Johan Golden. In April of 2014, a video from a Bubble Football operator in Algund, which liked dropping a bomb on the Internet. Google traffic volume showed a huge spike in the sport of bubble soccer from barely any searches to literally millions of searches throughout the world in about a week time, all because of one video posted on YouTube. Bubble soccer had exploded and the world wanted more of it.

It took a while for bubble soccer to reach the United Kingdom. It was heard that when a British entrepreneur, Lee Moseley originally tried getting bubble football going in the UK, he was turned down by investors who said the sport had no future. Well, thanks god he did not back down, instead, he financed the idea himself, which turned out to be a perfect investment as the activity is now played nationwide. By 2014 had made its way to the United States where several bubble suit organizations were launched. The game has even made it as far as New Zealand. On November 20, 2015, the sport successfully found a place in the main stream media within the United States as bubble soccer when it appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank. Without doubt, the exposure launched bubble soccer to the new height within the United States, successfully became the center talk of publications such as Entrepreneur Magazine and


As bubble soccer became worldwide, there are more and more organizations of bubble ball founded, some of them for non-profit purpose, and some of them for business purpose. Not to mention there are lots of bubble soccer renting companies and factories for more public needs. For more convenience, people who are interested in playing bubble soccer, they can consider buying them online. But if you have budget limit, you can always choose to rent it for a few days. Choose any ways you want, but promise me you will try to get to know the bubble soccer sport, or maybe even play it yourself to experience the new definition of fun.

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