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Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff
Bubble soccer involves humans in giant womb-like inflatables playing the beautiful game.
A player took a long shot on goal. There are no red cards, yellow cards, and no goalies in bubble soccer.
A woman knocked over her boyfriend while warming up for a game.
In addition to lacking goalies, this league also has smaller goals.
A player points to his team’s supremacy after a league game.
A happy woman took part in this game.
Players rushed up the field after the ball.
One player went through an embryonic-style journey during his team’s game.
Another player found himself upside down.
John Dellaplane got a high-five after a Chicago Bubble Soccer game. "The best part is hitting people," he said.
This player tried to bounce up after being sent to the ground.
The colored stripe on the side of the bubble identifies which team that player represents.
A breakaway can turn into a breakdown quickly.
Players collide while hunting down the ball.
Sometimes the ball gets wedged in between bubbles.
Bumperz, a Danish company, sold the bubbles to the league.
The bubbles have hand safety grips and eight panels.
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