Details on our Giant Table Football
Young or old, your guests will never forget your party with the addition of a giant football table. A scaled up version of the enduring classic game with a choice of 11 or 7 players a side, the size of the team is entirely up to you.
The sturdy, heavy duty construction of the table will withstand even the most enthusiastic of matches, whilst the solid monochrome footballers will allow players to easily identify their team as they fire that all-important kick at the ball on the authentically finished green ‘pitch’.
Finished in striking black with contrast steel coloured accents, the table is sure to stand out in the room. Adjustable height feet ensure the table can be placed perfectly level and you can keep score easily with our table football score counter. The premium solid steel poles are finished with easy grip handles for superb play.
Our giant table football is also available in a 4 player mini size.
Table Football Rules:
The rules of the game are simple. Here are some table football tips to get you started!
1. Kick-offs – these are taken from the midfield (5 bar). The first kick-off is determined by the toss of a coin, then any subsequent ones by the team that lost the last point
2. Dead balls – when the ball cannot be reached by any player on the table. If the ball is positioned behind a midfield bar, bring it back into play with a kick from the nearest defender. If the ball goes dead between the 5 bars, restart with a kick-off (usual rules apply)
3. Goals – any player on the table can score a goal. If the ball bounces out of the goal after scoring, this counts
4. Spinning – a 360 degree rotation without touching the ball is called a spin. This is an illegal move and the penalty is a kick-off to the other team
5. Jarring – rocking the football table or banging on the rods is known as a jar. This is a foul. When a jar occurs the ball is given to the opposing team on the rod closest to where the ball was prior to jarring
Which team will be the champions of the giant football table?