Table Football Balls

Standard balls are made from hard nylon. They are smooth and tend to have a slight seam around the perimeter of the ball. This has virtually no effect in play but purists tend to prefer a higher specification.

The Black and White balls are designed to look like a normal football. They are not completely smooth and are smaller than a typical ball. Supplied as standard with the F1. Not for professional table football players but fun for children and less serious players.

High control balls are larger and they have a rough surface which means that the speed of play is a bit slower. Good for improving technique for expert players.

ITSF proplay balls are approved for competition use by the ITSF. ITSF speedplay balls come as standard with our Garlando Pro Champion and Garlando Master Champion tables. They have a rough surface for better control.

Standard Table Footballs

Set 5 white table football balls (36mm diam)Set 5 white table football balls (36mm diam)

Set 5 white table football balls (36mm diam)
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 4 working days

Prod.Ref: 000W71

10.49

8.74 (ex.VAT)


Set of 10 Garlando White table football balls (33mm  diam)Set of 10 Garlando White table football balls (33mm  diam)

Set of 10 Garlando White table football balls (33mm diam)
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 4 working days

Prod.Ref: 001H12

10.99

9.16 (ex.VAT)


Set of 10 Garlando Orange table football balls (33mm  diam)Set of 10 Garlando Orange table football balls (33mm  diam)

Set of 10 Garlando Orange table football balls (33mm diam)
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 3 working days

Prod.Ref: 001H13

13.49

11.24 (ex.VAT)


Set of 10 Garlando Yellow table football balls (33mm  diam)Set of 10 Garlando Yellow table football balls (33mm  diam)

Set of 10 Garlando Yellow table football balls (33mm diam)
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 3 working days

Prod.Ref: 0014H1

13.49

11.24 (ex.VAT)

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Speciality Table Footballs

Set of 3 black and white Garlando table football balls (31mm diam)Set of 3 black and white Garlando table football balls (31mm diam)

Set of 3 black and white Garlando table football balls (31mm diam)
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 3 working days

Prod.Ref: 002127

Was:11.99

10.49

8.74 (ex.VAT)


Set of 3 Garlando ITSF Speed Pro Play Competition table football balls 34mmSet of 3 Garlando ITSF Speed Pro Play Competition table football balls 34mm

Set of 3 Garlando ITSF Speed Pro Play Competition table football balls 34mm
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 3 working days

Prod.Ref: 00H4K2

19.49

16.24 (ex.VAT)


Set of 3 high control Garlando competition table football ballsSet of 3 high control Garlando competition table football balls

Set of 3 high control Garlando competition table football balls
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 4 working days

Prod.Ref: 002606

Was:20.49

19.49

16.24 (ex.VAT)


Set of 6 high control Garlando competition table football ballsSet of 6 high control Garlando competition table football balls

Set of 6 high control Garlando competition table football balls
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.

Eng/Wales ETA: 4 working days

Prod.Ref: 00260W

Was:34.90

32.90

27.42 (ex.VAT)


Set of 5 cork balls for table footballSet of 5 cork balls for table football

Set of 5 cork balls for table football

Eng/Wales ETA: 4 working days

Prod.Ref: 002W11

12.49

10.41 (ex.VAT)

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History of Table Football

Table football, also known as foosball, is a table-top version of soccer invented by Alejandro Finisterre from Galicia, Spain. Finisterre was injured in the Spanish Civil War as a child and, unable to play football as he would have liked, he came up with the idea of an indoor version of the game that could be played without feet.

Finisterre patented the idea in 1937 but unfortunately lost the documentary evidence of this while escaping from Spain in a storm during the time of the Spanish fascist coup.

You can learn more about Traditional Games from The Online Guide to Traditional Games.

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