Paintball is a great team activity that provides a fun and enjoyable day with the added benefit of the day also strongly promoting team work and communication. Companies benefit from seeing an uplift in staff motivation and productivity after attending a paintball day with UKPaintball. Read more...
Paintball can be a great environment for colleagues to get to know one another better or even collaborate with employees they wouldn’t normally on a day to day basis.
Paintball corporate days can show off different characters and personalities, who can hold their nerve under pressure from the opposition and who isn’t afraid to take risks to gain reward, the careful and strategic planners etc.
For an amazing paintball corporate day which guarantees to be great fun at one of our premier paintball venues call today for more information.
- UK’s Premier venues
- Tailored times to suit
- Full day and Half days available
- Evenings available June | July | Aug
- Private weekend games (subject to minimum numbers)
- Latest semi-auto guns and Equipment
- Exclusive weekday hire available
- Trophies if requested
- Exciting Game maps
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
- Is paintball good for team building?Paintball is one of the best activities for team building. Teams that don’t communicate well or work together will not progress in the paintball games and quickly learn to adapt. It also helps colleagues get to know each other better and proves to boost staff morale every time.
- Do we have private games?If your looking for a weekday event then we usually run exclusively for your company. For weekends you would need around 35+ to have a private game.
- How do we book?If your looking for a weekend you can use the above booking bar (in green) to find your nearest centre and book from there. If you are looking for a weekday event either complete the form or call us so we can tailor a suitable package for your event.
- Does it hurt?The fear is usually greater than the getting shot part. We try and encourage new players to get stuck in straight away as once they have been hit they realise it’s no where near as bad as they might have been fearing. Bruises or welts normally only occur where participants are shooting one another too close or players aren’t wearing much more than a tshirt.