table football


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table football

n
(Games, other than specified) a game based on soccer, played on a table with sets of miniature human figures mounted on rods allowing them to be tilted or spun to strike the ball. US name: foosball
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So, in the vaults downstairs, we built a billiards room where you can play table football, snooker and Space Invaders - and a private bar.
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The prices for Cardiff aren't yet available, but in Bristol the charges are: Ping pong - PS5 for 30 minute sessions Thursday, Friday and Saturday and free on other days; arcade machines - PS1 for two credits; table football - takes 50p and is first come, first served.
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All our customers and staff have enjoyed having the chance to beat him on the field as well - even if it is only the table football field.
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We're really excited to be able to offer the works; from fun day activities such as Zorb and human table football, to once in a lifetime trips to Barcelona's Nou Camp and stadium tours across the country.
It would make it a bit difficult - the table football men's legs would be worn away after all that creativity.
The activities on offer here include everything from electronic gaming, pool, table football, air hockey and Wii sporting to movies, music, reading and board games.
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But the giant striker now plays at Stoke City, and he'd be too big for table football anyway
The new concierge lounge features a play zone with iMacs offering complimentary internet access, a pool table, table football, Wii gaming and a relax zone with TV, newspapers and magazines, and a dining services.