Part one: The frame
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1 | I used construction wood (7 x 7 cm) to build the table frame. You can see the bars’ dimensions in the picture above. Pay attention to use extra long screws (at least 10 cm).
Part two: The surrounds
10 | Can’t remember how I came up with that idea but I took a sheet of cork (5 mm) and cut out small stripes.
Part three: The pitch
13 | This is my new Extremepitch, the fastest and maybe best Table Soccer pitch on the market! Comes in a tube and can be glued or thumbtacked on a MDF board.
18 | I created a small pattern for the Extreme Works goals. Good to know where the drill-holes should be.
Part 4: Enjoy!
22 | Everything is set up for the next game: The only question is “Which teams should I play with?”
23 | Practicing shots can be frustrating for a beginner when you miss the goal and the ball falls to the floor (or slips under the sofa!).
24| As a small encore project, I created a wooden wall with cork surface that can be easily attached on the boundary behind a goal.
So this is my new foldable DIY Subbuteo table. I hope that you like it and my tutorial was understandable. If you have any questions or suggestions, please leave a comment below. And do not forget to subscribe to my newsletter.