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Up on the Tyne they love their football, so a kickabout is a top addition to your stag do. But with this package you won’t quiet be playing the beautiful game as you know it. Bubble Football and Binocular Football are two hilarious twists on the classic formula that make for hilarious additions to a stag do.
You’ll kick off with a game of binocular football – where as well as your old United kit you’ll be popping on a pair of Xtreme goggles, these wonderful little devices make the ball seem like it’s either 10x nearer or 10x further away. Put briefly? People are gonna be kicking air a lot. Watching a bunch of grown lads slowly trying to make their way across the pitch while bumping into one another and missing the ball is hilarious stuff.
Although you might pull a muscle from laughter, binocular football is all about being slow and steady and working out where the ball actually is. For making this activity a little more ‘active’ it’s the second half that’ll get the blood pumping. Bubble football is pretty much what it says on the tin. You and the lads will each be strapped into your own bubble, these mini zorbs cover up your entire upper half, so there’s plenty of falling over. You’ll quickly realise that it’s pretty easy to make your mates fall over as well, and because you’re encased in a bubble, nobody gets hurt. This means that a regular game of five a side quickly transforms into something that’s half football, half sumo wrestling and all hilarious.
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