So you have a table (or you have access to a table), and you’re itching to progress more.

  • Get to know the table. What is this strange thing with rods and figures and a ball and goals… spend some time getting orientated around your table.
  • Find people to play with. It doesn’t matter whether it’s family members, colleagues, friends, or passers-by, you need to find your first partners (and opposition).
  • Learn some simple techniques. Our Beginner Guide is a great place to start, and there is volumes of good stuff online too.
  • Learn the rules. These simplified rules are a good place to start, or you can get your teeth into the full version.
  • Start competing. Arrange times to meet up with your fellow players.
  • Organise fun competitions. We recommend the Kickertool software, it’s super easy to use.
  • Join the British Foosball Association. We want to be connected with every player in the UK so we can help you to get more from table football.
  • Start a club. Here’s our guide as to how you can do this.
  • Start playing regularly – locally, regionally and nationally.
  • The sky’s the limit…