A common question we get from first time players of bubble soccer is “How safe is it?”. Let’s compare bubble football to regular sports (football, soccer, basketball, baseball, etc.) to put it in perspective. Although the whole point of bubble soccer is to hit each other, it is often times securer than playing a regular sport. The bubble protects most of your body from all sides. Only the bottom half of your legs stick out so you can run. This means no matter where you get hit, or how hard you get hit, there’s going to be a barrier of air breaking your fall. There’s no accidental elbows to the face like in basketball. No balls being rocketed at you like in baseball. No tripping or slide tackling like in soccer. And obviously no rib-crunching hits like football. That being said, there are injuries that occur in bubble soccer. Don’t be fooled by operators who boast that they’ve had over X amount of players and no injuries. They’re either lying about the injuries or the number of players they’ve actually had. We’ve had over 7,000 players. The most common injuries (which are few and far between) are rolled ankles from uneven ground or getting hit at an awkward angle and scraped knees from turf surfaces. In the effort of full disclosure, there have been a few more serious injuries like a sprained knee, stiff neck and head abrasion. But these are extremely rare and usually occur from players not following safety instructions. In fact, less than 1% of our players have reported any kind of injury from playing. Regular sports can’t come close to this rate. So to answer your question of “How safe is it?”, our answer is extremely!
So if you just did not have a date with us because you were afraid of your safety, do not worry, come and book today!