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Exercising made fun with Epic Workshops’ Bubble Soccer in Singapore.
We understand exercising can be boring and mundane. Fret not, we have an idea – Come experience a game of bubble soccer with us at Epic Workshops, where you literally get to knock your opponents out of the game.
Now is the chance for you to try out this new and exciting sport. You will be surprised at how different and fun soccer can be with the addition of this interesting segment!
Don’t worry if you are a beginner in soccer, this activity is not an easy feat even for stellar soccer players, so everyone starts from ground zero.
Bubble Soccer is a popular new sport in Singapore.
This game of soccer is like regular soccer, but with protective bubbles to make it safer and more fun.
Bubble Soccer has become increasingly popular in Singapore because it’s an enjoyable way for people to get exercise while also playing the world’s most popular sport. Bubble Soccer leagues are now available for those who want to play competitively or just have some casual games with friends.
You put on a special suit that protects you from the hard balls. You then try to score goals in order to win the game. In the end, you feel exhausted from all of the running and bumping into other people in suits.
Sounds familiar? It’s actually a pretty accurate description of regular soccer, but now it’s even more fun with a protective bubble suit to make it safer and more exciting for participants.
This type of sport is called Bubble Soccer and it’s become a popular new sport in Singapore.
The rules of regular soccer apply, with two teams of eleven players each competing to score goals by kicking the ball into the opposing team’s net. The difference is that players wear big protective bubbles instead of regular soccer uniforms and have to try to bump into other people on the field so they can knock the ball away.
The game is great for friends and family to play together since it’s less intense than regular soccer but no less fun.
Anyone can be a Bubble Soccer player. The game is for all ages and abilities.
There is no equipment required as there are protective bubbles to make it safer and more fun. It’s a sport anyone can play!
In the past year, this new sport has been introduced in Singapore. Bubble Soccer leagues have been starting up across the island and players that want to start playing now will find partners without much problem. If you’re a skilled player, you can go ahead and start playing. If not, don’t worry! There are many opportunities to learn how to play Bubble Soccer in Singapore.
Leagues are an excellent way of meeting new people while playing Bubble Bump in Singapore against other teams over a series of games. Most Bubble Soccer leagues are made up of 8 to 12 teams usually with about 15 or more games in the season – so you have a good chance of winning! If not, players can still have fun and enjoy playing against different people.
Generally, games are played in a round-robin format where each team plays against all of the others. In the end, there is a ‘playoff’ series with two top teams playing for first and second place.
A typical season lasts about 3 to 4 months so you have plenty of time to play.
The game of Bubble Soccer is very similar to regular soccer, except the players are wearing protective bubbles. This makes it easier for people to get close without worrying about getting hurt, especially when there are collisions on the field.
Bubble Soccer games are typically played in an open space with one or two goals attached to a long net. When it comes time to score, you’ll need high-fives and teamwork.
The Bubble Bump in Singapore also has rules attached to it. The size of the ball can’t exceed 15 centimeters in diameter. Teams consist of four players each, but do not have any age restrictions, only gender discrimination laws apply here. It is recommended that you use shoes that have rubber soles so they can grip the ball and protect the bubble better. When it comes to headers, just like conventional soccer, things can get a little smelly, so avoid doing it if possible.
Bubble soccer games last about twenty minutes each and you’re required to switch teams after every game. This is where communication between teammates is important as they will be able to tell you who is on the opponent’s team and whether you should play ‘defensively’ or ‘offensively’. When playing offensively, it’s a good idea to have one person in the front and two people in the back so you can protect your bubble. If two players are going to score a point, having a third player near the goal is a good way to ensure they work together.
When breaking down each formation remember these three rules: five defending (with or without the ball), three players on the attack (as soon as you get possession of the ball), and two of your team’s players working together to score.
In conclusion, Bubble Soccer is a new sport for Singaporeans to enjoy. This game has become increasingly popular in recent years and it’s not hard to see why. The protective bubbles make the game safer than regular soccer, but still just as fun! You can sign up for one of these upcoming leagues or start playing with your friends right now by following our instructions on how to set up your own bubble ball match at home.
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