Bubble Soccer


2017 Bubble Soccer Tournament: March 11, 2017

Link to register: https://give.classy.org/ddfbubblesoccer

Interested in sponsoring the Bubble Soccer Tournament? Download our 2017 Sponsorship Packet.


Bubble soccer is a version of soccer that’s played in a bubble. Players wear a plastic bubble that covers their head to their thigh, leaving most of their legs and feet free to run and kick the soccer ball. Teams will be made up of 3-5 players (must be 18 and older), with 3 players playing for each team at once. There will be no goalies.


The minimum cost to participate is $30 per player, which can be fundraised on this website. There will be prizes awarded to the winning teams as well as the top fundraising individuals and teams. EACH participant must sign up on this website. You can invite other team members once you create your own team. Each player will receive a t-shirt, lunch and beverages.


Teams will be guaranteed at least three games. Teams with the best records will advance to a single elimination bracket. Tie breaker will be number of goals scored. There will be two brackets: competitive and recreational.


Recreational bracket check-in will start at 9 a.m. with game play beginning promptly at 10 a.m. and wrapping up by 1 p.m.

Check in for the competitive bracket and lunch will start at noon. We plan to start the competitive bracket games at 1:15 p.m. and be done by 4 p.m.


There will be a maximum of 32 teams in the field. The FIRST 32 teams to raise the required entry fees will be included in the tournament field.


Our mission is to eliminate financial barriers to participating in extracurricular activities and promotes healthy life styles, goal setting, academics, teamwork and respect for others. To learn more about the Day Dreams Foundation, please visit our website.

2015 Bubble Soccer Media Coverage:

Columbia Daily Tribune: Bubble Soccer Tournament to benefit Day Dreams Foundation

Columbia Daily Tribune: Photo Gallery

Columbia Missourian: Bubble Soccer Tourney Raises Money for Columbia Students

Radio Friends with Paul Pepper: August 13th Show

How much does it cost? In 2015, the minimum cost to participate was $30 per player, which could be fundraised online. Prizes were awarded to top fundraising individuals as well as top fundraising teams. The top eight fundraisers participated in a “knock-out” style game to compete for prizes, while the top two fundraising teams went head to head in a five-minute match.

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