Have fun | Play Safe | Be Awesome

To ensure you get full use of your allotted time it is best to come at least 30 minutes ahead of schedule. This will give you extra time to change and get ready for game time. Before participating in any event, players must read and sign a MANDATORY DISCLAIMER AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, RISK ACCEPTANCE AND COMPENSATION AGREEMENT. You will also be required to attend a safety session where we go over the rules of play. Don’t worry, we won’t leave you guessing, we show you how to get into your bubble and set you up for game time. All we ask is that you come prepared for the activity and ready to have fun!


The game of Bubble Soccer will begin once each player has dawned their bubble suit and the referee has ensured it is fitted properly. Each team will consist of a maximum of 5 players per side. At the beginning of each period and each time a goal is scored, players will line up at center field, with each team taking their respective sides, awaiting a whistle to start play. Once play has commenced the regular rules of soccer will apply, with the added dimension of contact. The main objective in bubble soccer is to score on your opponents net. The team with the most goals at the end wins!


tacklingContact is one of the most fun aspects of bubble soccer, it is also the most dangerous. To avoid serious injuries players must adhere to the rules laid out by Canadian Bubble Soccer and its affiliates. Play is to stop as soon as a referee blows their whistle and will only resume when the referee signals to continue play. During play no player is to make contact with another player from behind, doing so will result in immediate ejection from the game.  As a safety precaution and to avoid injury it is also forbidden to voluntarily aim your bubble at another players legs. Do not attempt to push another player against; walls, nets, objects or corners. It is also forbidden to go after any player who does not have control of the ball, or a player that has been knocked on the ground and is trying to get up. Do not attempt to hit another player with the intent to injure, and always make sure the other player sees you before making contact with them. You are responsible for your own actions, play safe and have fun. Failure to comply with these rules can potentially result in a player to be thrown out of a game without the option of a refund.


protectivegearWhile participating in any game, all players must remain in their soccer bubble suit. Failure to stay in a bubble suit will result in stoppage of game play. If a bubble suit is losing air or is damaged you must inform your referee; play will stop and we will provide you with a different bubble suit. Do not intentionally make contact with any persons not wearing a bubble suit. Knee guards and shin guards are also highly recommended. If you wear eye glasses, please note regular glasses are not permitted in the soccer bubble suit, however sport goggles with a supportive head strap are.


hygieneAfter exiting your bubble suit at the end of a game you are required to wipe down your own bubble suit. Canadian Bubble Soccer will provide you with cleaning solution and a towel.


spectatorsWhile participating in the game of bubble soccer we understand that players may want to take pictures or have their pictures taken from the sideline, in fact Canadian Bubble Soccer encourages it. However please understand that as a spectator you are exposing yourself to the potential risk of injury being in or near the vicinity of a Canadian Bubble Soccer activity. Please be aware and watch at your own risk. Do not enter the field of play at anytime while not in a bubble suit as, Canadian Bubble Soccer is not responsible for any injuries or losses that may occur as a result.

Gameplay

The game of Bubble Soccer will begin once each player has dawned their bubble suit and the referee has ensured it is fitted properly. Each team will consist of a maximum of 5 players per side. At the beginning of each period and each time a goal is scored, players will line up at center field, with each team taking their respective sides, awaiting a whistle to start play. Once play has commenced the regular rules of soccer will apply, with the added dimension of contact. The main objective in bubble soccer is to score on your opponents net. The team with the most goals at the end wins!

Tackling

tacklingContact is one of the most fun aspects of bubble soccer, it is also the most dangerous. To avoid serious injuries players must adhere to the rules laid out by Canadian Bubble Soccer and its affiliates. Play is to stop as soon as a referee blows their whistle and will only resume when the referee signals to continue play. During play no player is to make contact with another player from behind, doing so will result in immediate ejection from the game.  As a safety precaution and to avoid injury it is also forbidden to voluntarily aim your bubble at another players legs. Do not attempt to push another player against; walls, nets, objects or corners. It is also forbidden to go after any player who does not have control of the ball, or a player that has been knocked on the ground and is trying to get up. Do not attempt to hit another player with the intent to injure, and always make sure the other player sees you before making contact with them. You are responsible for your own actions, play safe and have fun. Failure to comply with these rules can potentially result in a player to be thrown out of a game without the option of a refund.

Protective Gear

protectivegearWhile participating in any game, all players must remain in their soccer bubble suit. Failure to stay in a bubble suit will result in stoppage of game play. If a bubble suit is losing air or is damaged you must inform your referee; play will stop and we will provide you with a different bubble suit. Do not intentionally make contact with any persons not wearing a bubble suit. Knee guards and shin guards are also highly recommended. If you wear eye glasses, please note regular glasses are not permitted in the soccer bubble suit, however sport goggles with a supportive head strap are.

Hygiene

hygieneAfter exiting your bubble suit at the end of a game you are required to wipe down your own bubble suit. Canadian Bubble Soccer will provide you with cleaning solution and a towel.

Spectators

spectatorsWhile participating in the game of bubble soccer we understand that players may want to take pictures or have their pictures taken from the sideline, in fact Canadian Bubble Soccer encourages it. However please understand that as a spectator you are exposing yourself to the potential risk of injury being in or near the vicinity of a Canadian Bubble Soccer activity. Please be aware and watch at your own risk. Do not enter the field of play at anytime while not in a bubble suit as, Canadian Bubble Soccer is not responsible for any injuries or losses that may occur as a result.

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