Bubble football runs indistinguishable lines from conventional five-a-side football, yet with one rather vast difference: each player is submerged in a big inflatable ball. The play is separated into (4) 8-minute quarters with a 3-minute break. There is a running clock kept up by an official who will prompt both teams if there is one moment staying in every quarter.
The clock stops during injury time-outs. Every group have 2 time-outs in every diversion. Any delay strategies, (like if a bar is kicked outside the allotted boundaries) will permit the ref (at his/her attentiveness) to pause the clock.
During kick off, the ball is put in the field center. The teams line up beside their goal line. The moment the whistle is blown, the teams run to the ball’s direction to take possession. This happens whenever there is a goal scored.
Should a ball get in a bubble, the game is stopped and the ball recovered. The ref will then lead a “drop ball” with one part from every group. 1 player from every team stands 5 yards from the ball. When the ball reaches the ground every player can run to the ball’s direction to recover it.
Normal season game finishing in a draw score is recorded as tie diversions. 5-minute additional time will be utilized as a part of the playoffs. When a tie stays after additional time, 1 versus 1 brilliant objective, first goal wins.
Substitutions might be made all through the game. Studded footwear are not allowed. Players must wear fitting closed toe footwear. Shin protectors are not permitted. Teams are not permitted to have a goalkeeper.
At whatever time the ball runs over either sideline, outside the allotted boundaries, a kick-in will result. At whatever time the ball runs over the end line, a goal or corner kick will result.
There is guide on how to play bubble football. Every team should not field more than 6 players (4 males/2 females) at a go. Teams that participate with fewer than 2 ladies will play short. More than 4 males are not allowed on the pitch at a go. There is no restriction for females. A team can have a maximum of 6 females and no males if need be. A team can play with at least 4 individuals (1 must be female).