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Foosball (Table Football) bars in Krakow ?


lukaszpoznanski 10 | 39
9 Aug 2010 #1
Does anyone know of a bar in Kraków that has foosball tables?
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
12 Aug 2010 #2
heineken bar on Szewska has a foosball table in it, some dart boards too ;)
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
12 Aug 2010 #3
Ah yes, but is it a Brighouse table?

<showing signs of a mis spent youth>
gregi1 - | 1
29 Jan 2015 #4
free :
Domovka u Jozina ul.Wielopole 11 (Garlando 07)
Carpe Diem I ul. Św Marka (Garlando 05)
Pub Pod Ziemią ul. Miodowa (Garlando 05)
StreetWork ul. Obrońców Krzyża 11 c (RobertoSport Adrenaline)
Klub Studio, ul. Budryka 4A (2x olimpic silver) darmowe w poniedziałki
training centre
Break ul. Zbożowa 2 (2xFireball) 10zł za godzinę
Rodsfan
10 Mar 2016 #5
Brighouse table? Sounds like someone else went to SSEES in London
Dougpol1 32 | 2,708
10 Mar 2016 #6
Brighouse table?

Brighouse were the dogs bollocks in Table Football machines in the late 1970s, bar none (no pun intended). Don't care what the Frogs or Italians say, their tables were gash. And my Nottingham pals got into the World Championships one year:)
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
10 Mar 2016 #7
Brighouse

Were they actually made in Brighouse, one of the biggest toilets in England?
Dougpol1 32 | 2,708
11 Mar 2016 #8
Were they actually made in Brighouse,

I am pretty sure they were as a matter of fact, yes. In the 19702 every student bar throughout Britain had Brighouse tables, and I seem to remember the stamping on them. They went bust in the 1980s :( I was offered a table in mint but for 600 quid so that never got off the ground, but the shots you could pull off and the richochet rifle shot sound was ace.

The engineering and quality of the bars plus men were second to none. Happy days.
Nop other table came close
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
11 Mar 2016 #9
I used to play quite a bit in a pub here, though I was never any good at it. I just couldn't master the art of flicking the ball very hard, though I could defend pretty well.
Dougpol1 32 | 2,708
11 Mar 2016 #10
I just couldn't master the art of flicking the ball very hard

Akin to the backhand wrist-rattle in ping pong..... timing the muscle contractions.... the greatest pub game ever invented, but real dedication needed, and the old A Levels suffered as a result :((
The LastGullon
10 Aug 2018 #11
Another ex Russell Square Infants' School inmate here. I've bought and am restoring the Temple to my Mis-Spent Youth that is a Brighouse table. I've discovered that though built in Brighouse till 1981 (a curse on Space Invaders et al!), they and the virtually identical Ruffler & Walkers were built with a lot of FASNA (Italian ) parts. I'm light of one major part - the ball-delivery cage that runs from the ball tray to the put-in hole (oh those reesty putins!) and if anyone knows of the whereabouts of one I'd be glad to hear from them on UK 07780842545
rhysfoos - | 1
12 Feb 2021 #12
@delphiandomine
I used to play on Brighouse tables in the 1970s.
I believe that the Brighouse Table Football Company imported tables from Italy, made some chsnges to them and branded them as "Brighouse".
I think the tables they imported were either FAS or Fasner.
Joker 2 | 1,782
12 Feb 2021 #13
I just couldn't master the art of flicking the ball very hard,

LOL

Next time join the women's team.

timing the muscle contractions.... the greatest pub game ever invented,

I used to play quite a bit as well.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
12 Feb 2021 #14
Next time join the women's team.

Or just play defence well? Much easier.


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