Apr, 20, 2022
"Bubble Football" is the work of Lee Moseley, 30, who used to work as an asbestos tester but gave up his day job to start his dream company. In the game, 14 players are encased in a Zorb-like inflatable bubble and encouraged to bump into each other as they fight for possession of the ball.
Lee, from zorb ball player Bracknell, Berkshire, said: "I think you are a bit worried when you first play. The thought of someone bumping into you, pushing you down, you can't help but feel a lot of pain. Sometimes it's hard to get back up because you're laughing at people all the time. "Sometimes there are five people playing different games together and they're all bumping into each other and people get stuck on their heads and the bubbles fall upside down and it's hilarious." "It definitely changes the way tackling is played in the game because when you get to the bubble first you can't touch someone's feet so you have to pass the ball to someone else."
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A set of 14 bubbles can cost up to £400 a day and Lee's latest creation is in high demand, with a major 34-team tournament due to take place in December. Lee, who often plays in bubble football, was initially turned down by investors who could not see the potential product. The football fan stuck to his guns and, with the support of his wife, funded the entire campaign. It is now held across the UK. Lee added: "I think it depends on what you want. Our response to the game has been overwhelming and everyone involved is having a great time. "I don't think I'll ever get tired of doing it, because it's hilarious just to watch people play games." If you want to know more about zorb ball sales inforamition, you can go to Kameymall for details.
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