Bubble Football in Newcastle: Where is the Best Place to Play?

Playing bubble football

If you’re looking for a unique and fun activity to take part in with your friends, then bubble football is definitely worth considering. Running around in plastic, transparent orbs (also known as Zorbs), players attempt the play the beautiful game whilst bumping into each other and bouncing all over the pitch.

Sounds fun, right?

Take a look at the video below and Click here for details of how you can play bubble football in Newcastle for less than £10 per person.

What is Bubble Football?

This is a great idea for birthday, hen and stag parties or even for when you are just looking for something different to do with a group of friends. Suitable for groups of between 8 and 20, you don’t need to have a huge group to enjoy this game. Games can be played with a minimum of four-a-side right up to ten-a-side. As you can probably imagine, there will be a lot of bouncing around with twenty people wearing Zorbs running around a single pitch!

Whether you have played ‘regular’ football or not, it doesn’t matter – this is a completely different ball game, quite literally. Bubble football can be played by anyone over the age of ten, as long as they are also at least 130cm tall and weigh less than 22 stone. These are the requirements set by the company who organises the activity, which are based on the limitations of the Zorbs they own.

Where to Play Bubble Football in Newcastle

This fun and unique game can be played at the Walker Activity Dome on Wharrier Street in Newcastle (see map below) from as little as £9.99 per person using this special offer.

Bubble Football Newcastle Discount


If you have played bubble football, we would love to hear from you. Let us know what you thought of it by leaving a comment below and feel free to send us some photos or videos from your game to info@newcastleuncovered.com so that we can share them with our audience.



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