Bubbleball is BACK!!
Match nights at the Genting Casino Coventry Blaze have always been a lot of fun, but last season we felt there was something missing from our West Midlands Lesiure Limited period breaks.
Step forward the support of Blaze Booster Club, and we are now the proud owners of a set of Bubbleball’s meaning the popular period break game is BACK for 2018/19.
Over the season, a Bubbleball tournament, sponsored by the Blaze Booster Club will be contested by EIGHT teams during first period intermissions with the winners being awarded an ultimate Blaze experience for our final home game of the season vs. Cardiff Devils on Sunday 31st March 2019.
The Champion team will receive:
- Corporate VIP box vs. Cardiff Devils on Sunday 31st March 2019
- Pre-game tour behind the scenes
- The option to carry out the pre-game ceremonial puck-drop
- An invite to the Blaze dressing room post-game to meet the players
We are looking for EIGHT teams to take part in the tournament which will be played throughout the season.
Each team can have up to six people registered but only three will play in any one game.
Team members MUST be regular visitors to Blaze home games in order to fulfil requirements of the tournament.
A team name is required at the point of registration, but the members of that team can be finalised at a later date.
Only those listed on your team registration will be allowed to play during the tournament.
First come, first served on registrations so don’t hang about!
To register your team or ask any questions, please email Rob Coleman at the Blaze on email@example.com
Rob commented, "Bubbleball was probably our most popular period entertainment ever, and so I'm really pleased that with the support of Blaze Booster Club, we have been able to bring the game back for the coming season. At the Blaze we always strive to make the whole package of a match-night experience the best it can be, both on and off the ice. By bringing Bubbleball back, we believe that this will increase the enjoyment factor for both current and new fans, and this can only help to bring people back to experience Blaze hockey time and time again, which is obviously crucial to us as a club."