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Jimmy Fallon and “Friends” Make Bubble Soccer Popular Across United States


No one would argue that bubble soccer isn’t taking over the world.

Muahahahah! (Evil Laugh)

Even though bubble soccer began overseas in the last few years it has really taken
root as one of the most popular sports for special events. But, what was the catalyst for these bubble balls becoming so popular?

Well of course, the internet!

From shark tank, to good morning america, jimmy fallon to NFL athletes, when you see these bubbles on your screen you have to find a place to play.

Let’s take a look at the most popular bubble soccer videos online.


4. Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers)

With all of the flags flying in the NFL and changing the rules to make the game safer. Maybe they should throw bubbles into the mix? The Carolina Panthers have. Little known to his millions of instagram followers. Knockerball tm is one of Cam Newton’s favorite games to play in the off-season.In the video below you can see how his 6′ 6″ 250 frame crushes his opponents.


3. Good Morning America

With over 3 millions viewers daily it’s safe to say Good Morning America can make any product or business go viral here’s a clip from the GMA team trying their hand (or bubble) at this new full contact sport with one of the top zorb companies in the world, Knockerball tm.


2. Shark Tank

Millions were watching when the national association of bubble soccer hit the scene on shark tank. Unfortunately they didn’t get a deal, but you can check out the sharks punishing each other in the clip above.

  1. Jimmy Fallon


The man probably most responsible for quorky and fun games and who first played bubble soccer back in 2014 is Jimmy Fallon along with Chris Pratt, Colin farrell, and The Roots. You can see in the clip below Jimmy is not very excited abouot the full contact part but he was being a good sport never the less.

Honorable mention

Even though the Youtube channel Devinsupertramp isn’t a celebrity we had to toss this video in the mix. With over 5 million views we guarantee you can’t watch this game and not want to play immediately. The video almost lives up to how fun the sport is in real life!

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