Masters Traditional Games brings you a competitively priced range of high quality Football Tables from family tables through to secure, coin-operated competition models. If it's Table Football you're after, we have the top in class.
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These Football Tables are smaller in size and height and are less robust than a full-size table. Suitable for kids but probably not for older boisterous teenagers.
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These football tables fall in-between the club tables and the children's tables. They are either slightly smaller than a club table or their specification is slightly less robust. The G100 is designed to grow with the children over the years!
Our Indoor Club tables are robust tables for home use
and are also adequate for use in such places as company offices, community
centres, church halls and quieter pubs. Club Football Tables are free-play
and open without glass tops.
These are not suitable for more most pubs, bars and other public places - see below for commercial football tables.
These tables are also free-play without glass tops but are particularly robust and strong enough to survive in even the most boisterous pubs, schools, youth centres, prisons and other public places.
If you are concerned about tampering or ball-loss, see below for our very strong, glass-topped tables.
These Football Tables are designed for rigorous public use. They feature pay-to-play coin-operation by default but can be set to "free-play" upon request. Most have glass tops - not only does this stop drinks and other items being dropped inside the table, it also means the table is secure against tampering, ball-loss, blocking the goals to prolong play etc.
These are the best option for pubs, schools and other environments where rough treatment might be expected.
We also have Football Tables that are specially designed for outdoor, all-weather use.
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 a football table - 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. Therefore the football tables idea was soon being marketed by other entrepeneurs and he lost out on making his fortune.
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