Bubble football has two main categories, which are the bubble sumo and the bubble bowling.
Bubble bowling: When playing these form, team members divide into two where one firmly stands at one side of the pitch while the players forcefully run to dive at the standing players to whack as many as they can.
The Bubble sumo is a form of bubble football where two opposing players struggle to eliminate the opponent out of the circle which acts as the bound area. Bulldog, a solo player, struggles to hit down many players possible and at the same time blocking them from reaching the other end of the pitch.
The Shark tank team was the first to appear on the American TVshow showing the live performance on bubble football. There was an attent to attract more investors to the Bubble Soccer National Association located in the United States. John A Radosta was unsuccessful in convincing investors to fund the bubble football team, and this led to media houses covering the scenario.