Some basics to think about upfront are to wear properly fitting activewear and properly hydrate before, during, and after the game.
Think of expensive things that may break or tear (personal items or our balls).
No open-toed shoes or sandals allowed.
No cleats, casts, body braces, belts with sharp buckles.
No watches/activity trackers or jewelry (rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces).
No eyeglasses/sunglasses – unless wearing sports goggles.
No cell phones, cameras, or keys on players. Nothing in pockets.
Basically consider anything that may break you, your property, or our equipment. Any of that sounds bad.
We "loosely" follow traditional soccer rules. For example, there are no Off-Sides and a little extra contact is expected!
You start the game with the soccer ball in the middle of the field. The players stand on their prospective goal lines & when the ref blows the whistle everyone runs to the ball at the same time resulting in some Bubble Ballers rolling around on the ground!
We are flexible with team size based on the number of participants and locations, but typically:
FLEXIBILITY: We love new game ideas and modifications. Requests will be based on the abilities, conditioning, and maturity of the participants while weighing expectations of safe and fair gameplay.
Remember: Hydration Is Continuous!