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Bubble Soccer is a sport for after-Corona life in Canada

Bubble soccer balls have been instrumental in making soccer a sport of fouls without participants getting hurt, but instead rejoicing. They are designed to be worn by every participant. They particularly cover the head, arms, chest, stomach, waist, thighs, and knees. Nevertheless, the participants are still able to see with ease given that the bubble balls are manufactured in see-through plastic materials. These materials range from TPU to PVC though TPU bubbles are more expensive than PVC’s. These bubble balls are used in playing soccer (bubble soccer) where excessive physique and foul play is accepted. This causes players to lose balance, fall & revolve on the ground.

Additionally, revolving on the ground is what makes bubble soccer a pleasuring sport to play. This is because it excites the players to the extent of laughing their backs to pain. Moving forward, bubbles are designed to be used on a range of surfaces such as grass, artificial turf, carpets, and gym floors. This signifies that they can be used indoors and outdoors in places like tennis courts, basketball courts, gyms, flat grassy fields, recreation centers, parks, and large auditoriums. They are further constructed for both children and grown-ups above 10 years old. Nonetheless, minors should provide signed agreements from their parents/guardians/caretaker allowing them to participate.

And on the other hand, it is greatly recommended to follow the safety precautions to ensure the safety of the users and the bubbles. First of all is to clean the playing field such that it is free of rocks, sticks, shells, substances, and dirt, among other objects that can interfere with the reliability of the bubble ball. Secondly is to remove eyeglasses/sunglasses, keys, watches, belts, jewelry, and phones among other items before wearing a bubble. Participants are however advised to wear competent sportswear, sports shoes without cleats, and knee pads. Finally; this sport is restricted from those with serious claustrophobia, asthma, heart attacks, nausea, vertigo, and pregnancy.