Episode 18 of The Subbuteo Podcast features an interview with Pete Marshall from Northampton, England about the fascinating world of Solo Subbuteo — what it is, how it's played and whether it is a threat to Subbuteo clubs or not.
The latest episode of The Subbuteo Podcast features an interview with journalist Stephen Hurrell who runs the popular Subbuteo Online blog. During the discussion, we discuss a range of topics including what Subbuteo can do to grow the game, what he's learned about Subbuteo since starting the blog, his favorite articles that he's written about and more.
In our exclusive interview with Trevor Spencer, the former Subbuteo executive shines a light on what it was like working for Waddingtons and Hasbro from 1981 to 1998 during a period of change for the classic table soccer game. Trevor provides a unique perspective on what it was like working inside Subbuteo, as well as sharing insight about how he and his colleagues launched several successful Subbuteo advertising and promotion campaigns to grow the game worldwide.
The newest episode of The Subbuteo Podcast features an interview with Ilias Gikas from Chicago United Table Soccer Club. Ilias shares his opinions about old-style Subbuteo compared to the modern game, as well as his memories of playing across Greece and the United States. In addition to the interview, we discuss Team USA playing in the World Cup as well as more Subbuteo news from around the globe.
On the latest episode of The Subbuteo Podcast, we discuss the exciting launch of the American Subbuteo Federation including what it means for Subbuteo players and collectors in the United States and what that means for Garage Soccer. Plus, we have an interview with Eric Major from one of the newest club's in America, Derby City Subbuteo Club, based in Louisville, Kentucky. In addition to all of that, we discuss Subbuteo trivia, questions about rules as well as chatting about polish for Subbuteo figures.
The Subbuteo Podcast is the show about the classic table soccer game. In the 13th episode, we feature an interview with The Canadian Hammer (aka Glen). He discusses his incredible Subbuteo collection of more than 1,000 teams, how he was able to collect them and which are his rarest items. Also we discuss Subbuteo's new World Edition set, how the World Cup has been a transformative event for our favorite table soccer game, and our thoughts on using VAR for Subbuteo.
The Subbuteo Podcast is the show about the classic table soccer game. In the twelfth episode, we feature an interview with Tom Shirley from the Chattanooga Subbuteo League. He goes back into the memory vault to share his memory of how he first got into Subbuteo, as well as the one item he's still kicking himself that he didn't buy. Plus we have plenty of news about The FA's Subbuteo women's team, a new Subbuteo video series, updates about the Champions League as well as exciting details for fans of Major League Soccer.
The Subbuteo Podcast is the show about the classic table soccer game. In the eleventh episode, we feature an interview with Stewart Grant (aka Subbuteo Collector). He shares his experience collecting Subbuteo, discussing what tips he has for those of us who collect the table soccer game, as well as discussing why Subbuteo is perfect for social media. Also, the podcast discusses the latest Subbuteo news and developments from around the world.
The Subbuteo Podcast is the show about the classic table soccer game. In the tenth episode, we feature an interview with Martinog Bradley from Derry City Table Football Club. He shares his memories about the game as well as some of the exciting ideas that he and his club are doing to promote the game in Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom. Also, the podcast discusses the latest Subbuteo news and developments from around the world.
The Subbuteo Podcast is the show about the classic table soccer game. In the ninth episode, we discuss the state of American Subbuteo, how small it is and what can be done to help it grow. Plus, we review the latest tournaments played in Scotland and the United States, in addition to discussing Subbuteo bases. Last but not least, we discuss the news story about a treasure trove of Subbuteo equipment being discovered in an attic.