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Foosball Table

Foosball tables are also known as kicker for old and young a great toy table football, is a very popular table top sport, popular among young and old. There are a few sporting pleasures where you optimally can combine beer and sports. Table football or foosball are clearly. Patents for football has been around since the 1890s, and the game is played worldwide on countless and wonderfully made foosball or kicker devices in pubs and sports clubs. Table football is played often just for fun in pubs, bars, jobs in offices, but also in schools and clubs with a few fixed rules.

There are even world and European Championships, but the popular beer glass on the specially-made hacks away remains. Organised competitions going back to the 1940s and 1950s years in Europe. The ITSF regulates international events such as the annual World Championships and the World Cup, which simultaneously takes place every four years with the FIFA World Cup. 2006 were Take the gold -, silver – and bronze medal of the competition with home to Austria, Germany and Belgium. Foosball tables can vary in size, a typical table has a length of 120 cm and 61 cm wide. The table contains typically 8 series of soccer men, from plastic, metal, wood or sometimes carbon fibers on horizontal metal bars are mounted. Each team from one up to three human players controls 4 rows of football men. Is at the beginning of the game the ball is thrown through a hole on the side of the table, or simply by hand on the feet of a figure in the middle of the table.

The first page is throwing a can, is determined with a coin toss. The players are trying to get the ball quickly with individual players in the opponent’s goal with verve. Expert players are known, which can shoot balls at a speed of up to 50 km/h in the competition. In the very interesting and extensive, you get a variety of options for tables or kicker devices that leave no wishes unfulfilled.

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