Welcome to the Subbuteo table soccer camp! On this page, Subbuteo beginners will find a bunch of exercises to improve their flicking skills.
Being a rookie myself, I arranged some existing lessons from the web with own ideas and organized them in three categories: easy, medium and difficult. Each category contains six lessons and will approximately take 20 minutes. Have fun and feel free to add your ideas for exercises in the comment section below.
No. 1: Into the circle | Put ten attackers on the pitch in regular distance to the center circle. Flick them with as few attempts as possible directly into the center circle. [Three stages from even greater distance to the center circle.]
No. 2: Mark players | Place five defenders on the shooting line and five attackers 20 cm in front of them. Flick the defenders as close as possible to the attackers, without touching them. [Three stages with more distance.]
No. 5: Shooting | Flick five balls with attackers from the shooting line into the goal – shoot high and low, left and right. [Four stages.]
No. 6: Blocked shots | Like exercise no. 5, but with five defenders a few centimeters behind the ball who will block your shots.