Don’t automatically assume that you’ll be able to predict the winner though. We have carefully designed our challenges to test a variety of key skills. Whether it’s quick reactions, balance, speed, co-ordination, memory or good old-fashioned logic, we’ve ensured that there will be an opportunity for each and every attendee to shine… and also the possibility for anyone to trip themselves up (metaphorically of course… we don’t actually want any accidents).
We’ll kick off the event by dividing your group into individual teams, they’ll then be paired together with another team to take on the first challenge. After each task is completed, a winner will be announced and points added to the overall team scores. The groups will then rotate to find themselves facing a different set of colleagues and a whole new set of challenges. Communication, co-operation, teamwork and quick thinking will all be needed if you’re going to come out on top.
Last Team Standing is a great way to have a bit of fun with your colleagues and interact with everyone at the event. This can be set up indoors or outdoors so whatever the time of year or weather conditions this is a great activity to include as part of a conference, team away day or corporate event. Our instructors will be on-hand throughout to ensure it all runs smoothly. So, gather your group, sharpen your skills and prepare yourself to find out who will be crowned the last team standing.
Indoor or Outdoor Activity
Last Team Standing works as an indoor or outdoor activity so is ideal for most venues. The setup time is 1 hour and this activity typically runs for around 1 hour, 30mins.
As a standalone activity this can accommodate groups of 16 - 200. For greater numbers this can be included as part of a larger activity package or could be adapted to suit so please get in touch.
“We booked the last team standing package and wow it was just brilliant! It took the pressure of us for the afternoon and everyone commented on how much fun it was as quite a few of our team members have a competitive nature so we knew that this would be the perfect activity. We really liked the 'inclusive' nature of the activities enabling colleagues of all ages and abilities to take part in the fun challenges.”
Lancashire Football Association