Bubble Football Near Me: The Top 30 Locations in the UK
So, you want to strap on the famous bubble armour! I know what you’re thinking “Where can I play Bubble Football, near me?”
With more locations than you can shake a stick at, the real challenge is deciding which city gets to be the host for this legendary zorb showdown!
Brace yourself as we present to you our meticulously crafted list of the top 30 Bubble Football locations in the UK (arranged neatly and in alphabetical order). How nice are we?
So, without further ado, let’s dive in and explore the top destinations in the UK to play the bonkers game:
Sir William Herschel (Bath born and bred) discovered the planet Uranus through a telescope in 1781. You and your pals will be spending plenty of time on Uranus during your stay here too.
You will have a bubble shield wrapped around your body which will allow you to drop people at will. However, your opponents will wield the same power. Lucky for you and unlike Sir William Herschel you wont need a telescope to see one coming!
Want to play bubble football in Bath? Then click here
Home of the Peaky Blinders, which tells the story of a real gang that operated on the streets of Birmingham in the early 20th century.
After a heavy night on the town with your own gang on the streets of Birmingham it will be time to take off your flat cap, put down your whiskey and don your Bubble suit.
Charge towards your mate who’s been doing your head in all night and send them crashing back to The Garrison Pub like a big bubble ball full of regret.
Want to play bubble football in Birmingham? Then click here
The Seaside town, famous for the Blackpool tower, the jilted offspring of the Eiffel tower, which possesses powerful magnetic properties that not only attract metallic bling, but also baseball caps and tracksuits from around the country.
It also attracts thousands of Hen & Stags who come to play the beautiful game of Bubble Football. A “sport” where you can safely smash your mates sending them rolling down the pier like a beach ball full of fish & chips, blue WKD, rock candy!
Want to play bubble football in Blackpool? Then click here
Famous for its golden sandy beaches.. Channeling a baywatch vibe with it’s beach volleyball and lifeguard displays. That is until Jimmy 5 bellies turns up from Newcastle on his stag party running down the beach with a flyaway.
After a day of enjoying the beach it’s time to get down to action. Strap on your giant bubble suit and charge towards your mate sending them flying over to Brownsea island. AV ITTTTTTT!
Want to play bubble football in Bournemouth? Then click here
Home of ex page 3 model Katie Price AKA “Jordan” but don’t let that put you off. It’s also the home of DJ legend Fat Boy Slim.
After a night hopping around the quirky bars and clubs of Brighton there is no better way to guarantee laughs than bubble football.
The bubble suit lets you safely barge and blast your mates into orbit, sending them rolling down Brighton Pier like a ball full of bangers & mash!
Want to play bubble football in Brighton? Then click here
The home of Darth Vadar. Before being seduced by the dark side of the Force, Darth Vadar was a bristolian bodybuilder who went by the name of David Prowse.
After a night on the town and hopefully not waking up next to Chewbacca, it will be your time to join the dark side.
Strap into your bubble armour and blast your mate over the clifton suspension bridge using your new found powers!
Want to play bubble football in Bristol? Then click here
What is Cambridge Most Famous For? It’s a prestigious University, of course. But that’s not why you’re here is it! You’re here to get strapped into a giant bubble suit and blast your mates over the King’s College Chapel. Now they don’t teach that at Uni!
After a day of being a culture vulture (stopping at a pub or ten along the way) it is time for action. Each player will get their own bubble suit which will not only give you superpowers but also make you look like a massive t*t! (perfect receipt for Hen & Stag party).
Want to play bubble football in Cambridge? Then click here
The stunning landscape surrounding Cardiff makes it the perfect destination for cyclists, walkers and water sports. I’m guessing you’re not here for that? Historical houses and castles? No? You’re just here to get smashed aren’t you!
Well after a day of sampling the breathtaking landscape it’s time to showcase your zorbing skills. To be particular it’s time to see if you can blast your mate over Cardiff castle!
Want to play bubble football in Cardiff? Then click here
Home to the ancient Roman Chester Amphitheatre. This was the centre of entertainment in Roman times. It was a place where Roman citizens went to watch fights between gladiators and wild animals.
Don’t worry we aren’t going to throw you to the lions. But, we are going to blast you in a bubble suit so hard you will fly over the Chester city walls!
Want to play bubble football in Chester? Then click here
In Gloucester you will find the base of a 13th century tower and a roman horse-pool. A horse pool? A pool for horses!? Maybe that’s where they send all the horses who win at Cheltenham Races for a spa day. NNNIIEEEEGGGHHH!
Want to play bubble football in Cheltenham? Then click here
Coventry is the setting for the story of the noblewoman, Lady Godiva, who rode on naked through the streets on horseback in protest against taxes. Hopefully not giving you any ideas here?
After a night riding around the town on horseback it’s time for the real action to start. You will be strapped into your own bubble suit which will give you superhuman powers. Choose the most annoying mate of the group and charge at them like a raging bull sending them rolling down Coventry high street!
Want to play bubble football in Coventry? Then click here
The weather scarred battlement of Edinburgh Castle, a witness to sieges in 1650 and 1745 by Cromwell and Bonnie Prince Charlie – will now bear witness to a new seige….
After a night out painting this historic town red (or tartan) you will be stepping into your own bubble fortification (zorb suit) for the “Siege of the Bubbles”!
Your zorb suit will give you braw powers and let you safely blast your pals down the road like a giant bubble ball of haggis, whiskey and sorrow.
Want to play bubble football in Edinburgh? Then click here
Home to one of the most fierce and fanatical games on the planet.
No you big bawbag I’m not talking about the “old firm” I’m talking about Bubble Football! Here we, here we, here we f*cking go!
After a heavy night on the pish it’s time to zorb up! Is it, aye? Yes it is, aye! These giant bubble suits give you inhumane power and the ability to blast your pals into the River Clyde like a cannonball full of buckfast, scotch pie & shame.
Want to play bubble football in Glasgow? Then click here
The oldest flying aeroplane in Britain was made in Leeds, which is quite fitting, seems as though you will be spending plenty of time airborne during your visit here.
You will be strapped into a mammoth sized bubble ball that gives you mammoth like powers! Charge towards your mate like a prehistoric wrecking ball and send them spiralling through the air for some bubble aerobatics and a crash landing in the Leeds-Liverpool canal!
Want to play bubble football in Leeds? Then click here
Home to the Leicester Tigers, the tiger kings of rugby.
The place where the wild jungle of Bubble Football lives. Where channeling your inner bat shit crazy Joe Exotic will help you survive.
Charge at your mates at 100mph and hit them so hard they will wake up back in 1633 in King Richard’s castle!
Want to play bubble football in Leicester? Then click here
The weathered waterfront of Liverpool, a witness to the bustling port trade and the Beatles’ rise to fame, will now bear witness to a new kind of excitement…
After a night out exploring this lively city, you’ll step into your own zorb suit for the “Bubble Blitz”
Your bouncy armour will give you the power to safely charge through your friends so hard you’ll knock the scouse brow clean off their face.
Want to play bubble football in Liverpool? Then click here
London is famous for its magnificent ancient landmarks, fish and chips and cockney geezers. It has some of the best football teams (and some really sh*t ones too).
After a day exploring the capital it’s time to put your bubble football ability on display. In other words it’s time to see how far down the cobbled streets of London you can send your mate like a giant bubble ball of jellied eels, pie and mash.
Want to play bubble football in London? Then click here
The home of Alan Turning who famously broke the German Enigma code during World War 2.
Another enigma that will need solving while you’re here is how to operate the deadly bubble ball that will be strapped to your back.
This deadly bubble ball will inflict more destruction than an M4 Sherman Tank, in the right hands. World War 3 is coming to Manchester!
Want to play bubble football in Manchester? Then click here
Home of The Toon Army, Gazza & Geordie Shore. Remember that show? Wild! Wonder what Scotty P & Marnie are up to nowadays? How do I know who they are? My girlfriend used to make me watch it. Honest.
After a canny night on the town drinking newcy brown and eating greggs pasties there is only one thing left to do, pet. Slide into a humongous inflatable bubble suit and bounce your mate 50ft into the air over the Angel of the North and into a ditch (obviously).
Want to play bubble football in Newcastle? Then click here
The surfers and beach bums paradise! It is a Hen & Stag party hotspot and has 12 golden sandy beaches to choose from (perfect to nurse your hangovers).
After a day cutting your teeth on the waves it’s time to showcase your bubble soccer skills (or lack thereof). In other words it’s time to see what your most sh*t at – Bubble Football or Surfing?
Want to play bubble football in Newquay? Then click here
AAAhhhhaaaaaaaa! The city is the most complete mediaeval city in the UK. It is also the home of Alan Partridge. Cashback!
So, after a day checking out all the culture (and pubs) it’s time to put on a masterclass of your bubble soccer skills. In other words how high over Norwich Cathedral can you blast your mate?
Want to play bubble football in Norwich? Then click here
The home of Robin Hood, a highly-skilled archer and swordsman known for robbing the rich and giving to the poor.
After hitting the town, you and your merrymen/merrywomen will be creating your own heroic folklore with a Hen/Stag party that will go down in the history books.
It’s time to strap into your bubble armour and give them hell!
Want to play bubble football in Nottingham? Then click here
Home to the famous Oxford University. A place that wouldn’t look out of place in a Harry Potter film. But a flying broom isn’t going to save you playing bubble football.
You will be placed into a ginormous inflatable bubble. But don’t be fooled, this ridiculous looking thing has magic powers. Blast your mate into orbit sending them rolling down the street like a ball full of blubber!
Want to play bubble football in Oxford? Then click here
If you’re booking for a hoe you are in the right place. The Plymouth Hoe offers great views of Plymouth and Drake’s Island.
After a day on shorefront, it’s time to showcase your zorbing skills to the group. In other words it’s time to send your mate rolling down the street like a bubble ball full of devonshire cream tea, cheese & gin.
Want to play bubble football in Plymouth? Then click here
So why Portsmouth? The proud naval and maritime heritage? World class visitor attractions, museums and galleries? Or is it the beautiful waterfront? You’re deffo not here to watch their footy team are you!
After a day of being a culture vulture in pompy (getting p*ssed to be precise) it’s time to slip into your zorb suit and show your silky skills. To be more specific it’s time to see how high you can blast your mate over the Spinnaker Tower in a zorb suit.
Want to play bubble football in Portsmouth? Then click here
Reading was once home to the world biggest biscuit factory. Huntley and Palmer’s biscuit factory was the largest in the world in its 19th century heyday. Another industry that thrived here was beer production. I’m starting to like this place!
As if these two reasons were not enough to convince you to choose for the Hen or Stag do, it now has Bubble Football! To be precise it’s time to send your mate rolling down the street like a bubble ball full of biscuits & beer!
Want to play bubble football in Reading? Then click here
Sheffield was once the undisputed iron & steel and capital of the world. That’s why Sean “Made in Sheffield” Bean always plays the hard man in all the movies.
So, after a day of culture checking out the museums & art galleries (wink wink) it’s time to showboat your bubble football skills to the group. To be more specific it’s time to see if you can blast your mate over the peak district in a bubble suit.
Want to play bubble football in Sheffield? Then click here
So why Southampton? The historic port where the famous Titanic departed? It’s proud aviation background? Museums and galleries? You’re just here to get p*ssed aren’t you.
After a day of retracing Jack & Roses last steps (and bar hopping) it’s time to showcase your bubble football ability. In other words it’s time to see if you can blast your mate over Southampton town walls in a bubble suit!
Want to play bubble football in Southampton? Then click here
Swansea’s Wind Street has an infamous reputation for nightlife. Tidy! 20 bars and restaurants crammed onto a 160m stretch of road – a hen & stag paradise.
After a wild night on wind street and waking up hanging out your ass it’s time to hang out of a giant bubble suit. If you hit someone hard enough in one of these bubbles you will probably be able to send them rolling down the length of Wind Street!
Want to play bubble football in Swansea? Then click here
Before York was York, it was Jorvik – the Viking capital of England. You know, the big hairy Norseman, master of the beard, causing havoc wherever they went.
You too will be causing havoc in York, but you’ll be swapping the iron helmets & chain mail armour for giant bubble suits and trainers.
The Vikings will be no match for you and your army of inflatable barbarians!
Want to play bubble football in York? Then click here
The Final Whistle
And that’s the final whistle, folks! Our journey started all the way on Uranus with the great William Herschel, and somehow we ended up in York, mingling with the big hairy Norseman. Did you manage to find the perfect city to host your game? We sure hope so, because bubble football on Uranus would be quite a sight!
Was there a place on the list that we didn’t feature where you would like to play? We’re all ears! Drop us a message right here!