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Zorb / Bubble Football

Includes:

  • Playing football with a zorb
  • One-hour rivalry between two teams
  • Your English-speaking fan and guide
  • Return transfer available

description:

Zorb/Bubble football is another Stag party activity to enjoy during warm summer days. The game that takes place at an open-air pitch is surely worth to be on your Stag Do agenda. Before it starts, you'll receive all necessary safety instructions and sign a disclaimer. The equipment required to play this unusual football is made available on spot. Your Stag group members will be divided into two rival teams of a maximum of twelve trying to score as many goals as possible during a one-hour game. A Stag Do weekend in Riga can really not do without this ultimate football playing experience!

€ 46,00
per person
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activity details:

  • Minimum group size

    The minimum group size is 8
  • time needed for activity

    Time needed, inclusive of transfers is
  • what to wear

    Comfortable clothes and suitable footwear
  • transfers

    Return transfers are INCLUDED
  • guide

    Friendly English-Speaking guide is INCLUDED
  • availability

    Summer only

Reviews

“Very lively bar. Friendly staff. Always able to help. Activities were really good. Stag arrest better than we thought.”

AARON, August 2019

“Go karting- Really good. Bar crawl- Quiet early but found a great karaoke bar. Brilliant night. Beer bike - we had a brilliant time. Casino- Great night. Good drinks prices. All in all we had a great time! All the lady taxis excellent.”

MATT, June 2018

“Activities were brilliant, thoroughly enjoyed paintballing. All transfers were on time.”

Anthony, June 2017

“Hotel: hotel was good and had everything we needed. Activities: Really enjoyed all of the activities. They were well organized and guides were brilliant.”

Matthew, July 2018

“Radisson Blu Latvia - good hotel, no complains. Activities were all very fun and well organised, everyone enjoyed a lot, nothing to improve”

Simon, February 2019