Table-Soccer 3D model board game based on football. The kicker is the person playing this game.
Kicker has several other names adopted in the world - table football (table soccer), fussball (foosball or foos - the main term in English-speaking countries from the distorted German word "football"), baby-foot (babyfoot, common in French-speaking countries).
Table brands used in ITSF world and official tournaments are French Bonzini, Italian Garlando and Roberto Sport, Chinese Fireball and German Leonhart. Other brands include Czech Rosengart, Belgian Eurosoccer, Kicker, Lowen-Soccer, Warrior, Lehmacher, FAS, FABI and many more. There are many official kicker competitions organized by national federations at different tables.
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Table soccer is a table top game that is based on football. The aim of the game is to use the control knobs to move the ball into the opponent’s goal. There are no unified rules for playing the game. The rules can vary in different countries and even cities and sometimes between different clubs in the same city.
Patents for similar table games date back to as early as the 1890s in Europe. However, table soccer’s origin goes back to 1921, when Harold Searles Thornton from the United Kingdom patented the game.
He invented the game due to the popularity of football in Europe, which was spreading so rapidly Harold decided to make a game that people could play in their homes. Since most languages across the world call the real sport something resembling the word football. Harold decided to call his new creation “Foosball”. The games design inspiration came from a box of matches.
The game involves using figures mounted on rotating bars to kick a ball into the opposing goal. Table football tables can vary in size, but a typical table is about 120cm long and 61cm wide.
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