Bubble Football


Part zorbing, part five-a-side football and 100 per cent amazing!

Since it first hit our TV screens in 2011 Bubble Football has rightfully taken its place as a top hen party activity.

Fun with plenty of bubbles, just what every hen weekend needs...

Ok, so maybe these aren't the kind of bubbles you find in a bottle, but that does not stop Bubble Football from being a great hen party activity. 

You're going to need a camera for this fast-paced and hilarious hen party activity because you're going to want to watch this again and again.

While the same rules of 5-a-Side apply, that's about where the similarities end. Tackles fly in from every direction sending everybody flying, it's unique and most importantly hilariously competitive and fun. One that you'll be talking about for well after the hen weekend has come to an end.

Bubble Football can be played on both indoor and outdoor fields and generally you require a minimum of 8 people to play. Below you'll find all the stag do destinations Maximise offers this amazing activity.

Where did Bubble Football come from:

Norwegians Henrik Elvestad and Johan Golden invented Bubble Football as a joke and it first appeared on a Norwegian TV program in 2011.

Little did they know then, Bubble Football would end up taking the world by storm and become one of the most popular hen and stag party activities on the market.

Following its appearance on Norwegian TV, Bubble Football soon made its way to the UK with the help of Lee Moseley. By 2014, the sport had reached as far as New Zealand and the United States, where it is overseen by its governing body, the BBA.

And in 2018, the world was introduced to the first ever Bubble Football International Cup.