SUBSOCCER® STREET is a light version for home usage. Due to its light but very durable construction, it is a perfect choice for a home field. The game is a full blooded SUBSOCCER® that you can place either inside the home or on the yard for outdoor games. SUBSOCCER® STREET can be personalized with customer colors or images to suit the interior.
GOOD TO KNOW:
Recommended for indoor and outdoor use. Two persons are required to assemble the game. The product is delivered in parts.
The product includes:
Subsoccer® Street Official game ball Assembly instructions and needed tools for assembly Ball pump is not included in the package.
The chairs are made of durable plywood, polyethylene thermoplastic and aluminum composite sheets that can withstand heavy use and different weather conditions. The frame of the table is made of polyethylene-coated steel tube and the fastening components are steel parts that can be tightened with screws. The table net is a strong safety net that is fire rated. The product is delivered in parts components and must be assembled by the customer. Two people are recommended to stack the product.
Dimensions: 1200mm x 830mm x 56mm
SUBSOCCER® STREET MEASUREMENTS:
Table: length: 133 cm, width: 82 cm, height: 77 cm
Chair: length: 41,5 cm, width: 82 cm, height: 41 cm
The floor area required for the game: 82 cm x 220 cm
Total weight of the game: 32 kg
SUBSOCCER® BRINGS A SMILE TO EVERYONE’S FACES
Subsoccer® is an unforeseen table football game, which is played in pairs, using your own feet under a see-through table top on artificial turf. Two chairs act as goals at the ends of the table top, and the game is played with a smaller, more agile football than the official game ball. A patent application for the game is pending and a trademark registration has been granted for it.
If you live in the US and would like to purchase the game please email us. firstname.lastname@example.org
”LOTS OF POSITIVE FEEDBACK”
Videos filmed from the Subsoccer games have been shared with tens of millions of people on social media.
You can read their comments about the game from here -> ESPN Facebook