Inflatable Bossaball Game!
- Up to 12 players at a time provides a highly interactive and engaging game
- Games are approximately 7 minutes long
- 300+ students could participate within a 4 hour time period
Ultimate Bossaball™ was inspired by a European sport that began in 2005. It mixes elements of volleyball and soccer and is played on a huge inflated court with trampolines inset on each side of the net. Teams work to pass the ball over the net with five touches and one bounce allowed. Players are constantly rotating positions, including the bosskeep (goalie) positioned on the trampoline. Extra bosses (points) are scored when players don’t use their hands (soccer touches) and up to five bosses are awarded when the ball strikes the trampoline; that’s when “YOU’VE BEEN BOSSED!”
Location: Kansas City, KS
Available within a 700-mile radius from Kansas City
What our clients have to say...
Amazing event last night! Bossaball was a huge hit! It was unlike anything we have brought to campus before and the students loved it. Luke and his crew were great to work with. Highly recommend!!
- Westminster College - Missouri
I just wanted to reach back out to you about Bossaball! It was OUTSTANDING! Luke and his fellow employees blew me away by how supportive, profession, and friendly they were towards our students. They made the entire event, from setup to clean up, extremely enjoyable for everyone. They were patient while figuring out how to get the product into the gym. They engaged with the students participating and even convinced some to play. Overall, I heard a lot of students say they loved playing and stayed the entire four hours to keep playing. Bossaball has certainly been one of the best events that PAC has held since I came to campus.
- Cameron University
I just wanted to let you know that Bossaball went very well! Everyone had fun and enjoyed the sport a lot. Be Ultimate was wonderful to work with. Their staff Austin was sarcastic, funny and made it so easy to work with him. I’m glad we were able to make this event work and would definitely recommend doing Bossaball again in the future.
- College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University