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My Subbuteo shooting arena

Perform a thrilling shoot-out with two players or practice your shooting techniques: I constructed this Subbuteo shooting arena for some table soccer action in-between times.

DIY Subbuteo shooting arena 1

DIY Subbuteo shooting arena 2

I covered the borders with foam to protect my little plastic men…

DIY Subbuteo shooting arena 3

I made the pitch with d-c-fix Sticky Back Velours. It is not exactly Astroturf material but adequate for my purpose.

DIY Subbuteo shooting arena 4

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Subbuteo resources you should know as a newbie

Buying Subbuteo equipment:

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Subbuteo – A Love Story

I have always been a table football fan: Back in my Ruhrgebiet childhood in the German 1980s, my younger brother I were playing Tipp-Kick every weekend. We cowered on the floor, asked ourselves why they call it a table(!) game, and listened to WDR 2’s live radio coverage of Bundesliga matches. We re-enacted the players’ moves and goals and were happy boys.

Never was it a problem for us that each Tipp-Kick team only contained one goalie and one player.… Weiterlesen

Painting my teams

If you bought a ready-to-go team to begin your next Subbuteo match, you’d miss half of the fun: Try to prepare your own team with decals and colors instead. Crafting is an important part of Subbuteo’s attraction, believe me!

Painting Subbuteo teams 1
For my first DIY team, I bought a set of Raptor G2 bases, base stickers, blank figures and team decals on the internet (see suppliers list at the end of this post).… Weiterlesen

5-a-side Subbuteo pitch for my kids

On Christmas Eve 2015, our daughters found this handy Subbuteo pitch under the Christmas tree. What a surprise: Finally, they got a small 5-a-side pitch and were able to reach every spot on the field for the very first time. Thanks, Santa!

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Tutorial for Subbuteo floodlights

These DIY-floodlights for Subbuteo provide a great atmosphere at my attic when I play a match of Subbuteo. You’ll just need a set of four LED spots and some pieces of wood to reconstruct them.

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Subbuteo: Tutorial for creating a set of floodlights

Well, the picture above needs some explanations: I used two strong neodymium magnets for each floodlight to create a flexible holder. I screwed one magnet (diameter 1 cm) on the pitch and one into the floodlight pylon.… Weiterlesen