Bubble Football in Inverness
Bubble Football in Inverness

Bubble Football in Inverness

Have you got the skills of the world’s best? Test your footie skills out in a way like no other in a game bubble football! bubble soccer Scotland offers a fun day out of bubble football for both adults and kids, a normal game of bubble football consists of each player wearing a giant inflatable bubble. Two teams of five, both teams starting at separate ends with the football in the middle, this way the game kicks off with a bang! You can add your own twists/play your own game modes to make it that more competitive!

What group activities can I do with friends in Inverness?

Bubble Soccer Scotland provide a highly competitive game of bubble football for adults and kids!

Bubble Football aims to provide the best possible experience, whether it’s your stag party, hen party, birthday party or just a group event with some friends: there will be laughter, fun, banter & much more laughter, whatever your age guaranteed you’ll have a ball!

  • 10 players per game
  • Duration 30 minutes – 2 hours (depending on package)
  • From ages 8 to adults
  • Price from 20 pp
  • All equipment is provided

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