In this gallery, I will give you some impressions about my Subbuteo Astropitch. In winter 2015, I mounted a self adhesive playing field on a MDF board and created wooden surroundings. It has been a great training capacity ever since.
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It all started with a Pegasus astroturf pitch and a set of ad labels I bought from Subbuteoworld.
The idea was to craft my own wooden fence panels to surround the pitch.
By the way: The self adhesive pitch came in a tube and it was very easy to be fixed on a 19 mm MDF board.
This is just a cheap plastic goal and a Zeugo goalkeeper to start practicing with. In the meantime I changed to metal goals and goalies.
After sawing the profiles on a mitre, I painted them grey on the frontside and green on the backside.
The profiles‘ height is 20 mm so the ad labels fit perfectly.
Screwing the profiles on the pitch. Easy to do.
Oh, that’s me. Hi, Subbuteo fans!
Ready to start: 22 Zeugo players on an Astropitch await the flick-off.
I think Zeugo players are a good choice for Subbuteo beginners: They are rather cheap and glide quite well.
In the next step, I wanted to add a drawer to my playing board. I fixed two guide rails…
…of the IKEA Trofast frame under the board so that a single Trofast box would fit in.
Now there’s an additional storage space for Subbuteo accessoires.
Well, last but not least there had to be flood lights! In this picture, I fix a cable channel beneath the board to illuminate the flood lights. There’s a full article on this construction…
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