It's hobbies, not hobbles.
Yes, 'as well as' is the same as 'and', and a far better choice in your case since you have many ands in the sentence. (I'm not sure about the comma here - I think it's OK with or without it).
If you want to use 'and', the comma is a must in my view. You need to separate those clauses-- you watch and play football, not learn or create it.
However, if you were to say, for example:
My hobbies include eating Japanese food, playing football and learning new things. -- it's fine without a comma.
Student or Learner