Knockerball Bubble Soccer
Knockerball bubble soccer is sweeping the nation as the newest game everyone is talking about. Players get inside a Knockerball which safely covers their head and upper body and then the fun begins. Knockerballs come in 4 sizes so everyone from children to adults can enjoy the fun.
How do you play bubble soccer? Easy, rules are just like regular soccer, get some friends, pick teams and under the supervision of a licensed Affiliate, you see who can score the most goals!
Knockerball is great for all occasions and easier to set up than any bounce house. Inflation takes less than 1 minute and can be played anywhere there is some flat grass or indoor space. You can find people playing bubble soccer at Birthday party's, corporate events, local festivals or just because they want to have some fun.
Where can you play? Click on our Nationwide rental map to access hundreds of locations and find a licensed, insured and trained Affiliate near you.
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