The 5 Basic Rules: Bubble Football vs Traditional Football

The 5 Basic Rules: Bubble Football vs Traditional Football

Number one rule in Bubble Football. There are NO rules! Well, there are I was being a bit dramatic but you can certainly get away with a lot more than the traditional game of football.

The giant zorb slides over your head and with it comes a special set of powers. Are you able to harness the power of zorb or will the power get to your head?

The bubble lets you safely torpedo people into the air (about 10ft into the air in some cases). Lucky for the poor guy or girl on the receiving end it is like landing on a giant pillow. So every smash and bash you inflict on people is completely GUILT FREE!

So Spartacus Bubble Soccer is going to compare the traditional 10 basic rules of football against the 10 basic rules of Bubble Football. Here we go!

 

1. Aim of Football Game

FOOTBALL:

The main objective in football is to score more goals than the opposing team.

BUBBLE FOOTBALL: 

The main objective in bubble football is to obliterate the opposing team.

 

2. The Players

FOOTBALL

The number of players and positions in each team should not exceed eleven (11). But, there must be one player nominated as a goalkeeper in each team.

BUBBLE FOOTBALL

The number of players and positions can vary – make it up as you go along. There is no nominated goalkeeper, if you want 10 goalies then fine if you want zero goalies also fine.

 

3. Scoring Goals

FOOTBALL

A goal results when the ball enters the goalmouth and crosses the goal line. Unsporting and inflammatory behaviour for goal celebrations may result in yellow or red cards.

BUBBLE FOOTBALL

A goal results when the ball enters the goalmouth and crosses the goal line. Unsporting and inflammatory behaviour for goal celebrations may result in a statue being built in your honor.

 

4. Basic Soccer Regulations

FOOTBALL

Generally, a foul is the use of excessive force or an outfield player handling the ball. Fouls and misconduct during the game usually result in disciplinary action. The referee uses caution cards to administer disciplinaries.

BUBBLE FOOTBALL

Excessive force may result in your opponent being rolled 50ft down the pitch or rocketed into the sky and you will not face any disciplinary action for this. 

 

5. Football Referee and Officials

FOOTBALL

Referees are also responsible for maintaining respect and sportsmanship from the players.

BUBBLE FOOTBALL

The referee has one job. If someone gets stuck upside down they push them back onto their feet.

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