How It’s Made takes us inside of the Baby-Foot Sulpie factory, where they make premium foosball tables. Watch as the players are cast from molten metal, then painted before being assembled onto stainless steel rods and placed into their permanent places on a handcrafted wooden foosball field.
This outdoor drink cooler is a fun and functional addition to your patio or deck. It holds up to 68 quarts in its stainless steel insulated ice chest, and its lid doubles as a compact foosball table. It also has a bottle opener with a catch tray, a lower storage shelf, and casters for easy moving.
Foosball is usually played by 2 to 4 players. But with this ginormous custom table, up to 10 people can play at once. This truly unique game table is built by Coeur d’Alene, Idaho’s Howards Woodshop. It has a metal base, a wood playing field, and comes with a pair of scoreboards. The centerfield logo can be customized.
Interactive system maker Realtime Department shows off a modern version of the classic foosball game where you never have to worry about losing the ball again. It features a 4K display and spinner style rod controls, and its virtual stadium and player uniforms can be customized.
One of the nicest looking foosball tables we’ve laid eyes on, EastPoint Sports‘ competition-sized table features a sturdy wood construction with a crossbar base, precision weighted and balanced players, and high performance rod bushings for quick and smooth spinning.
This fast and frantic tabletop game from Denmark shares elements with air hockey and foosball but is also its own unique thing. Players use a magnetic handle to move their pieces from underneath the board as they attempt to score goals while defending their own. The game comes in both a 2-player and a 4-player version.