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Why does the type of ball make such a difference in a game of Table Football?
It�s all about ball control and enhancing the level of skill in the game. Each table has a particular type of ball which suits it better in terms of playability depending on the shape and size of the players and the pitch surface. For example all 5 of the International Table Soccer Federation (ITSF) Official competition tables have different balls.
Cork Balls (old) Vs. ITSF B (new)
Many Baby-foot, Bonzini, Renee Pierre players will have discovered the game using cork balls (mostly in France) instead of plastics one generally found in the UK. The cork ball allowed a level of control through pinning which was far beyond what was achievable with plastic balls and therefore became extremely popular and giving �baby foot� such a great reputation. Since 2007 the �ITSF b� has taken over as they allow the same level of control but are much more durable in keeping their round shape and most importantly are much heavier. This increases the speed and fun factor of the game dramatically. Without a doubt official competition balls, offer a far greater gaming experience than the cork ball alternative.
Can I use an �ITSF b� other than on a Bonzini or Rene Pierre?
Yes, but there might be one better suited. If you are not sure, don�t hesitate to enquire.
ITSF Official Competition Table Football - Bonzini B90
The French iconic cafe baby-foot /table Football is now available to the UK Market to enjoy. The Bonzini table is without question the Royal Rolls of all 5 official competition tables. The only model with telescopic rods makes it the safest table of them all (especially for young Children) and its playability combined with its pin shoots have made it a legendary table. The Bonzini B90 has such a solid build it has a 15 year guarantee and will last for generations in the family!
Baby-foot/ Table-Football/ Foosball, has evolved tremendously over the past few years with the creation of the International Table Soccer Federation which has brought this new sport to higher levels.
What is the International Table Soccer Federation (ITSF)? “An Old Game, a New Sport”
Baby-foot/ Table-Football/ Foosball, has evolved tremendously over the past few years with the creation of the International Table Soccer Federation which has brought this new sport to higher levels by organizing major tournaments across the world.
Videos below show Bonzini matches played by Great-Britain Vs. France in the ITSF World Cup 2012:
The ITSF commissioned major improvement on all certified tables to standardize and increase playability for its international competitors, and create a class of official competition tables:
Buy a BONZINI babyfoot table football straight away with the official UK distributor:
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