Quickfire Soccer is a competitive app-based team building extravaganza designed to get everybody on side and have maximum fun. With each team representing a ‘FIFA World Cup Squad’ players start the game with a fully loaded iPad, a holdall of soccer equipment and a small amount of currency. Their mission is to invest wisely, out-manoeuvre other teams, complete as many challenges as possible in order to maximise points before the referee blows the final whistle.
The mental, creative and active tasks offered up the tablet menu come with varied difficulty levels and take various forms –action photos, video performance, football trivia multiple choice, logic puzzles and more! Whether you love football or not, this game offers individual choice and designed appeal to all personality types. You don’t have to be soccer mad to support your team in this game.
After the official Kick Off teams tackle a plethora of challenges, each of which has a cost of entry and a reward for successful completion. Just like a National Football Team, successful managers in Soccer Quickfire have to position talent by selecting the challenges they are confident they can complete. Decisive leadership, strategy and effective communication are everything as teams can gain advantage by juggling multiple tasks.
The pace of the action builds steadily through the game, half time allows for a quick review of strategy before the competitive (yet supportive) atmosphere reaches fever pitch in the closing minutes.
With the FIFA World Cup in Russia 2018 fast approaching, Soccer Quickfire is great way to celebrate your National Football Team, reward your own team and promote the importance of team working roles.
Learning and development outcomes
In Soccer Quickfire, successful teams work effectively together to weigh up risk and reward. With time ticking, participants must speak up and let the rest of the team know what challenges they can confidently answer. Trust builds as challenges are completed successfully and individuals learn to appreciate each other’s different abilities.
Group challenges require teams to employ innovative thinking. They must utilise effective communication skills to arrive at a collective shared strategy and then jump into swift uninhibited action.
Soccer Quickfire is a lot of laughs! It leaves teams with a feeling of exhilaration and oneness! And most importantly, individuals have learnt to appreciate their own strengths and the diverse skills of others in their team.