Bubble Football in Paris
- 60 min. Playing Time
- playing area
- Qualified Instructor
- All Equipment Hire
Line Up The Ball, Kick And Roll!
Give the pints a break and go for a kick about with a twist. Bubble football is like an air-filled game of soccer. Play today on a stag do in Paris.
Bubble football isn't a sport that requires much skill; just run into the opponent, try to kick the ball and hope they bounce off you; it's that simple. If you're looking for a laugh, this activity provides just that. Split up into teams of four and see who can see the most goals before the final whistle blows; who will be the winner?
What To Expect
The indoor hall is outside Paris's city centre and can be easily reached by public transport. It's a 25 minute journey on the RER A from the Gare de Lyon, and you'll have to get off at Lognes; it's only seven stops.
At the arena, a team of professionals will be there to look after you, show you everything you need to know and help you put your kit on; trust us, it's not easy.
As soon as you're in your gear, the field operators will be waiting for you on the pitch. Before the game kicks off, they'll split your group into teams of four, and if you have more than eight, you can play in rotation, e.g swap every ten minutes.
Bubble football is quite tiring, so there will be plenty of breaks given throughout. Think of it as exercise with an extra layer.
For a bit of added fun, the referee can equip himself with a camera to film all the matches and send you on the footage after. That will be some laugh showing it on the wedding day on a big screen.
What You Should Know Before Booking This Activity
- We ask you to show up to the field fifteen minutes beforehand in order for us to go through the safety briefing. Plus, it takes quite a while to fill the bubbles with air.
- If you are late on the day, sadly, we won't be able to give you extra playing time as other groups will be in line to play next.
- Please bring a change of clothes with you, so you don't have to get on the train all smelly.
- You should wear comfortable, active wear like gym clothes and a nice pair of trainers. Also, be sure to bring plenty of water.
- The recommended group size for this activity is between eight and twenty people.
- You don't have to be a professional footballer to take part in this activity, but a certain level of fitness is recommended because it really does take it out of you, especially after having a rake of beers the night before.