Where to play Foosball in London

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Oatsey » Sat May 12, 2012 8:53 pm

I dont know if you guys in London have seen this place

http://www.jamesabaker.co.uk/properties ... culars.pdf

and i dont know exactly where it is but if anyone wants to set up an ITSF training centre (3 tables) in London this looks ideal!

1. Its only £2000 plus vat per annum!!!!! If you use coin opps it may cover that with sales of soft drnks,
2. Its in the grounds of a PUB! so can sell soft drinks in the club and get booze from the pub
3. Its already got D2 use which is the planning category needed!

Obviously it would need to be used which it may not be where it is/

Just thought I would mention it.

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by joshjaeger » Sun May 13, 2012 8:14 pm

Babyfoot for a better society

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by joshjaeger » Sun May 13, 2012 8:16 pm

The Old Wheatsheaf pub just to the right of the pin
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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by ybbun » Sun May 13, 2012 10:41 pm

This is 50 yards from where I work. Nice pub.

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Post by Messiah » Sun Nov 02, 2014 10:57 am

ybbun wrote:This is 50 yards from where I work. Nice pub.
Might as well as be in Manchester for most people in London as it is so far out.
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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Ben » Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:21 pm

Does anyone play garlando or tornado in central London? Anywhere to hop and a train and tube and play?
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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by willhawkes » Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:25 pm

Tornado at the Isha Lounge in Kingston. Or bite the bullet and try Bonzini at Bar Kick in Shoreditch!

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Gipsy Beast » Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:33 pm

Garlando pay per play : @ Strongs Rooms, next to Bar KICK: Strong Rooms Shoreditch 120-124 Curtain Rd EC2A 3SQ ITSF Garlando

Garlando - £5 an hour hire fee: Anglia Grove Snooker Club Hackney Central 26 Marcon Place E8 1LP - http://www.ltfc.info/AGSC.html

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Ben » Wed Nov 26, 2014 2:39 pm

How much is it a game at the Strong Rooms? Do many people go there , could I just hop and a train an tube from Reading one Friday and expect to play against some adequate opposition?

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Dancing Defence » Wed Nov 26, 2014 4:22 pm

Hi Ben,

I don't think anyone plays there regularly anymore. I believe the table is there, but you're unlikely to find people there on a Friday night. They also have music events on some evenings, in which case the table is out of use.
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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Garmani » Mon Dec 22, 2014 1:02 am

Jonathan May wrote:
willhawkes wrote:The table is very nice of course but clearly has had little action, it's badly lit, and 9 balls for a pound go pretty fast when you're demoing with beginners.
Lol. Really? I've never heard that story before...

Martyn, care to wade in? 9 balls for £1 - I believe you once said that was never going to work.


Many tables in Dublin are €2 per 9 balls that's about £1.60. When I installed tables in Cork and Kerry I set them for 50cents (about 40p). I'd rather see people playing ten games for 20c each than one or zero games for €2.

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Gipsy Beast » Sat Sep 12, 2015 3:55 pm

Up to date web and venue listing for london foosball bars and pubs @ http://www.ltfc.info/wheretoplay.html

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Re: Where to play Foosball in London

Post by Gipsy Beast » Tue Oct 27, 2020 3:51 pm

Foosball Club is the new hub for all things table football. This new venture is the first of its kind to hit the streets of London, with its closest rivals only having two tables. Featuring four championship grade tables with custom lighting, they set the gold standard for anyone looking to have an exciting catch-up with friends over a quick game, or those looking to take things up a level with a (not so) friendly tournament. Beyond the foosball, you'll also get to enjoy beer, pizza, and even arcade machines for some added amusement!

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ADDRESS
Victoria Tavern First floor,
203 Holloway Rd, London N7 8DL

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