What are Glow-In-The-Dark Nerf Football?
Glow in the Dark Nerf Football (also known as Glow Stick or GloBall) is a type of sport played with glow sticks. These glow sticks have lights inside them which make it look like they’re glowing. They’re used mainly during Halloween celebrations such as trick or treating, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t play these games at home too!
Why Play Glow-In-The-Dark Nerf Football?
There are many reasons why you might want to play glow in the dark football. There are some of them include:
You just love playing with lights! You don’t mind getting up early in the morning to practice your skills. You enjoy watching scary movies and TV shows where people use glow sticks. You’re looking for something new to do while waiting around for school or work.
You want to impress someone special.
How Do I Play Glow-In-The-Dark Nerf Football?
Here’s how you play glow in the dark nerf football:
1. Find a bright light source, such as a flashlight or lamp.
Make sure its not too close to your face because it could cause burns! (Don’t worry, it won’t hurt if you hold the flashlight over your head.)
2. Turn on the flashlight and get your glow-in-the-dark football out.
3. Hold the flashlight over your head (or have someone hold it over your head).
If you’re playing with a friend, have them hold the flashlight while you do the catching.
4. Now, throw the Nerf ball to your friend (or have them throw it to you).
When the ball is thrown or caught, it will look like its glowing in mid-air!
Is There Anything Else I Should Know About?
Yes! Here are some more things you should know about glow in the dark football:
If you like, you can also play this without a flashlight too. You can have someone hold the glow stick and throw it to each other. To make the glow last longer, don’t smack the stick against anything and don’t leave it in the sun.
You can also play this with more than 2 people. The only rule is that everyone needs a glow stick!
Where Can I Buy These?
You can buy glow-in-the-dark football equipment at most toy stores. You can also find them at most party supply stores during the fall months.
Sources & references used in this article:
Football by ML Thomas – US Patent 4,736,948, 1988 – Google Patents
Flag football equipment by R Batton – US Patent 5,451,046, 1995 – Google Patents
Glow-in-the-dark tire sidewalls by RN Majumdar, SL Deevers, JL Gabor – US Patent 6,807,995, 2004 – Google Patents
Self-propelled football with internally ducted fan and electric motor by MG Martino – US Patent 7,980,971, 2011 – Google Patents
Self-propelled football with internally ducted fan and electric motor by MG Martino – US Patent 8,187,126, 2012 – Google Patents
Electronic game controller covers by KC Mallory – US Patent 5,501,458, 1996 – Google Patents