Friday, March 16, 2018

Fun with Bubble Soccer -

A bubble soccer is one of the funniest inflatable gadgets that are widely used across the world. It is very popular in Europe, Asia, Australia and the United States of America. It is used in playing football where participants from two opposing teams clash with each member wearing a bubble soccer suit. This bubble encases the head, neck, shoulders, chest, stomach, waist, buttocks, thighs, arms, and the knees, except the legs. And from a spectator's view, the field is filled with a bunch of bubbles running and knocking one another, which leads to instant falling and rolling of members on the ground. In addition, team members are completely safe from injuries due to the round bubble soccer. This is further because, in circumstances where you would expect a player to be injured, angry and furious at the opponent, he or she instead explodes out laughing as the ball rolls. This is, in fact, one of the leading features that make bubble soccers amazing. This ball is indeed safe when it gets in contact with the surface of the playing field. This is due to the resilient and durable materials used in its construction. That is to say, PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride and TPU - Thermoplastic Polyurethane.

Bubble Soccer
 Bubble soccer is also an indoor and outdoor inflatable as it can be used on grassy fields, artificial turf, carpets, and gym surfaces. It is actually very familiar in recreation centers, sports arenas, public parks, gyms, courts, football fields and can also be used in open fields. However; these playing fields should be maintained clean and clear of sticks, rocks, shells, and obstacles to prevent puncturing and hurting the ball and the participant respectively. 

And last but not least, a bubble soccer can be used by anyone aged 11 years old and above. And any minor should have a signed waiver agreement from his/her parent/guardian permitting him/her to use the bubble suit. BlueInflatable is a professional online shop of selling bubble soccers.


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