Frequently Asked Questions


This section lists all the answers to questions you may have about Swiss Bubble Football.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any more information.
What exactly is Swiss Bubble Football?
We are the very first company in Switzerland to have offered Bubble Football events since 2014, our goal is to bring that incredible experience to everyone in Switzerland. Bubble Football was invented by two funny Norwegians who thought football would be awesome if players were wearing giant plastic bubbles and be able to bump into each other. First game was seen on Norwegian television as a prank, but after being seen on YouTube, it has become a viral video in Europe and the world.
Where can I read your customer’s reviews?
Discover the comments of players who already tried Swiss Bubble Football on the Facebook social network!
When do I need to arrive?
Thank you for coming 5 to 10 minutes before the timing confirmed. As other may be still playing when you arrive, we may not be able to welcome you before that time.

But please, don’t be late! To avoid the other groups a long waiting, we may have to reduce the timing of the session if you arrive more than 15 minutes late on the timing confirmed in your booking.

Your booking will be cancelled and not refunded if the group doesn’t show up 30 minutes after the timing confirmed.
What do we need to do when we get on site?
The referee and his assistant will be there to welcome your group and all equipment will be ready for start.
Am I refunded if it rains the day we booked?
No, playing under light rain or cloudy weather doesn’t change all the fun of this game, also we provide changing facilities with showers available for you after the session. Only in case of very inclement weather (heavy rains or storm) we will contact you 48h before the event to set up a new date together.

If you prefer playing indoor, just let us know when you contact us.


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