The company has now expanded its operation from producing standard merchandise and is expecting a lot of interest with this new range.
Gareth Christie, Founder of FlickForKicks comments "FlickForKicks has one main goal; to make table football accessible. The new FlickForKicks stadiums range removes the hurdle of the time and hassle involved in making a good, solid table; essential for enjoying this great game to its fullest.
Nostalgia players can enjoy Subbuteo in a way they may have missed out on in the past. New players get the best start, leaving them to concentrate on learning how to score great goals. And FISTF competitors can practice on tournament quality tables. All from a local club or the comfort of home with family and friends.
Our tables are built to last. We ensure this by designing and making them ourselves, here in the UK. This offers customers flexibility too, meaning we can produce specific sizes to fit different pitches, and apply paint finishes and stickers (coming soon) on a chosen theme. A stadium to be proud of that lasts for years to come."
FlickForKicks are keen to support the English Subbuteo Association and are offering our readers a 10% discount on all stadium orders. In addition the ESA will receive a 5% donation of every order.
For further information, please visit: www.flickforkicks.com
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PROFILE ON GARETH CHRISTIE, FOUNDER, FLICKFORKICKS
A Subbuteo obsessive since 1989, now using design, digital art and training skills to make table football accessible with FlickForKicks™.
"I must’ve been lucky. I never had to suffer a wrinkled pitch and carpet burns. With mates from school, our first taste of Subbuteo was on a purpose-made table so we saw the game how it was meant to be played. The way the figures were sliding the length of the pitch, passing the ball from player to player and the tricks you could supposedly do with a little practice. We were hooked….
Once I got my own set, the snooker table was perfect for getting started, then my Dad repurposed a couple of old wardrobe doors so I had a sturdy board to play on. While the design and production has changed over the years, Dad is still the keen handyman and uses his experience to build our FlickForKicks stadiums."