Your team has been working a little extra this quarter, and it’s high time they are given some time off the grind. Give your team the time-off they deserve while building up their team spirit with acorporate sports day London!
Sports days bring you back to the good old days when you’d run around as a kid with no care of the world.
Top team building activities London for a corporate sports day
Start with the one and only egg and spoon race; balance an egg on a spoon placed in your mouth and race your team to the finish line. (Apparently, it’s excellent for developing your hand-eye coordination!)
Move on to a sack race jam-packed with fun, climb into your sack and start hopping to the finish line. The first one to make it to the finish line wins! You’ll find yourself stopping to catch your breath with this one – not because it’s extra intensive (well, not entirely) – but because you’ll be laughing too hard!
Pair it up with a classic game of tug and war! Wage war on the opponent’s team and put some muscle into it. The brawns will love this one for sure (that doesn’t mean the brains will miss out on the fun!)
Finish it off with a wheelbarrow race. Get into teams of two with one acting as the driver and the other playing a wheelbarrow; perfect for building teamwork!
Corporate sports day in London is a fantastic way to get out of your stuffy offices into something more humourous and fun, something you and your team will surely love! Your corporate sports day will be a day to remember.
We allow you to select any local venue that you would prefer, or alternatively will choose the most suitable one based on your area preference. Simply let us know your area and preferred venue's name when booking and we'll do the rest.
Of our most popular acitvities, Bubble Football, was in no doubt invented by someone as loopy as they come but by god we are so happy they did! Mixing the most popular sport in the world with a giant inflatable wearable zorb can be described as nothing other than genius, every single person who plays it will agree. Believe us, football takes a bit of a backseat.