Toys of the Eighties, TOMY Cup Football
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Battery operated table top soccer game. Six a side,approximately 14" x 8".In the form of a Stadium with six cam operated pistons at corners and half way line.

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MikeyM - May 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Tomy Supercup Football. Two teams of six players (including the keepers). Controlled by knobs behind each goal, the players run along tracks in the pitch (similar to slot cars) Each player is similar in size to a Subbeuteo player (minus the base) and is mounted on a blade. By twisting the relevant knob, you could make the player nearest the ball "kick" it. To dribble or run, you pushed or pulled the control knob accordingly. An ingenious solution for corner kicks and throw ins was the pistons set in the corner arcs and on the halfway line. The ball would fall into the socket and the piston would shoot it back into play. Also the sides were slightly banked to allow the ball to roll away from the sides. Fantastic to play, and unlike subbeuteo you could also play solo after your mates had gone home!
Treddly - April 10, 2011 - Report this comment
My mate had that game. I wanted it badly back in the day. Still do to be honest. I was searching online for it tonight but couldn't remember the name of it. Thanks for your post!

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