How is it played?? Two teams pit their wits against each other, planning their strategies and trying to out-think and out-flank the opposition. The day is played over various game scenarios, in mixed woodland with many sites offering undulating terrain, purpose built forts, bridge, towers, villages, mazes and speed ball arenas.
Just imagine the sheer excitement of moving through the woods and undergrowth searching for the oppositions HQ, deep within enemy territory. You hold your breath and listen hard, but all you can hear is your heart pounding and the rasping breathing of your team-mates. You feel so alive, adrenaline surging through your body, when suddenly ahead you see the dark images of the opposing team, what you should do? There's a shout and you open fire! Calling to your colleagues for cover, you mount an attack on the flag position, trusting on teamwork to win the day. But with losses already and only limited ammunition, will you have the resources to take out the enemy and safely return to your base camp?
The minimum age for paint ball in the United Kingdom is 12 years old. Unfortunately, this stipulation is not flexible because it’s an insurance regulation. All players under 16 years of age need written parental consent to go paint balling.
You are going to be running around in the woods for a few hours so expect to get dirty! Old clothes and trainers or walking boots are recommended. We provide overalls but it can be muddy so we advise against wearing your Sunday best!
You can choose between the morning session (10.00am to 12.30pm) or the afternoon session (1.00pm to 3.30pm).
65 locations in the UK.
Unfortunately it is not possible to bring spectators to this event.
This paintballing experience takes place throughout the whole year.
It may be possible that you have to pay a deposit of £10 in advance (depending on the venue). Please ring up your chosen venue prior to check.