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Bubble Football Equipment

Bubble football ball is actually a new brand of the exciting game that brings new and innovative meaning to ball control. Or you can say that this is an outstanding twist on the traditional football. In this game, you will be covered in a big, soft inflatable Bubble Ball. Lots of fun and entertainment are involved in this game for both players and audience! Most of individual have only watched videos of this game on Face book and YouTube! But now you will be able to play also, because you can easily purchase them through online shopping.

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The history of bubble football:

Bubble Football was invented by Lee Moseley, who was basically an asbestos surveyor but he always tried to set up a unique dream company.

There 14 players are wrapped in the giant bubble and they are encouraged to hit each other as they battle for possession of the football. This is one of the unique ways of entertainment which was first appeared on Lee’s mind.

Bubble Ball Football name of a great entertainment:

There huge amount of entertainment are involved with Bubble Ball Football and other Bubble Ball sports, so that these are perfect for any birthday parties, team building, school and college event, private parties church groups, corporate events, , bachelor parties, family get together, and beach get parties! This ball game is exciting and enormous fun for both children and adults. According to the recent survey, Kidfun, one of the renowned manufacturers of mainland China, produces a most durable body zorb ball. Within this body zorb ball, your legs is totally free and you can move very easily, so you can run, jump and walk inside the ball and able to do lots of funs activities.

Inside a bubble football ball, you can feel you are really in a bubble. Actually the balls are designed in a way that players can easily flip and knocked inside the balls. The inflatable suits are really secured and safe.

This is recommend by the specialist that try to use this ball on either grass or wooden floors, that why you can easily play this game on basketball courts or Indoor sports court.

The essential equipment of bubble football

This is basically a fun game and made with soft material like TPU or PVC, so that it is recommended that Bubble Football must be utilized by children, but today adults are also like to play this sport event. The giant Balls have excellent padded harness inside of the ball which has the capacity to make the player secured inside the ball. No matter what is the size of the player, these bubble football equipments are very easily adjusted to get the perfect fit. This ball has a Belt Straps which is also important equipment of this Bubble Ball is as same as the Strap Belts of schoolbag. This Strap Belts is excellent thing to reduce the back strain, so that you can feel much more comfort when carrying the Bubble Balls.

Now Bubble Football is very famous and well accepted in UK, America, and various parts in Europe. It is expected that Bubble Football will get huge popularity worldwide in the future.

Looks To Bubble Football IN UK

The court battle between The Premier League, BSkyB and the Office of Fair
Trading (OFT) has begun, with the OFT contending that the arrangement
between the league and the satcaster “will impede the development of
competition in the pay-TV market in which premium sports programming

(bubble football) isthe main driver.”

The OFT maintains that the league’s $1.23 billion TV deal with BSkyB
effectively constitutes a cartel, which works against the public interest.
The Director General of Fair Trading, John Bridgeman, stated that “the
net effect of cartels is to inflate costs and prices. Any other business
acting in this way would be subject to competition law and I see no reason
why the selling of sports coverage should be treated differently.”

The court battle between The Premier League, BSkyB and the Office of Fair
Trading (OFT) has begun, with the OFT contending that the arrangement
between the league and the satcaster “will impede the development of
competition in the pay-TV market in which premium sports programming is
the main driver.”
The OFT maintains that the league’s $1.23 billion TV deal with BSkyB
effectively constitutes a cartel, which works against the public interest.
The Director General of Fair Trading, John Bridgeman, stated that “the
net effect of cartels is to inflate costs and prices. Any other business
acting in this way would be subject to competition law and I see no reason
why the selling of sports coverage should be treated differently.”
The BBC could also stand to suffer if the court’s decision goes in the
OFT’s favour, as the public broadcaster pays Pounds 73 million of license
payers’ money for the right to broadcast highlights of Premiership matches.
A statement from the OFT said that the value of the current Premier League
contracts is Pounds 743 million, with BSkyB paying Pounds 670 million for
the rights to broadcast just 60 of the 380 matches played each season.
Football fans everywhere might rejoice prematurely at the thought of
football returning to TV free-to-air, but it is the very clubs they support
that benefit most from the money TV rights bring in. Even if a decision
went in favour of the OFT and survived the inevitable appeals, top clubs
would probably quickly re-negotiate new deals with little real benefit
to the supporters.
The Premier League believes that dismantling the deal would lead to
“anarchy,” with the most popular clubs securing TV deals and others
missing out on the windfall. The league also claims that the advent of
new digital TV platforms will soon allow for more games to be broadcast.
The OFT counters that the current deal leads to “higher prices and less
choice for customers”, and means there is “less chance for new…forms
of broadcasting to develop, such as regionally or locally focused
programmes…The lack of other broadcasters threatens to harm competition
and the development of broadcasting generally.”
A conclusion to the case will not be reached before March or April. It
is estimated that the Premier League, BSkyB and the BBC could spend as
much as $50 million in court costs. The case comes as BSkyB awaits the
outcome of a review of its $1 billion bid for Manchester United, which
some see as a hedge against any possible loss of rights to broadcast the
Premier League.