David González is a GP winner

David González (Tiburones) won the FISTF Grand Prix of Spain last week-end after defeating Austria’s Christian Haas in the final (2-0). The event had a good turnout of 39 players and 9 teams. Pierre De Leeuw (Belgium) and Christian Filippella, who now lives in California, were the semi-finalists. Vicenç Prats took the ho,ors in the […]

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Daniel Cranston wins “Flicko de Mayo”

Daniel Cranston arrived, saw, and conquered Michigan. He warmed up on Friday night by winning the Gideon Smith Cup, a 4-man WASPA event in East Lansing. In Saturday’s fifth edition of Flicko de Mayo in Rockford, Daniel scored an impressive 24 goals in five matches to claim the title. For the third year in a […]

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First FISTF title for Nic Tan

Jurong Central Subbuteo Club was the host for the Table Football Association of Singapore’s FISTF Futures Tournament held on 1 May 2016. The tournament was also registered concurrently as a WASPA tournament under the banner of the SG Lions Table Football Club. As a Futures tournament, participation was limited to those ranked above 300 under […]

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Alexander Haas did it in Traiskirchen

45 players attended the International Open of Traiskirchen lastw eek-end. Besides a strong base of Austrian players, there were visitors from Germany, Hungary and the Czech Republic. Alexander Haas was in a great day as he defeated Robert Lenz on shots in the last 8 round, brother Wolfgang Haas on shots as well in the […]

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A fantastic week-end in Rochefort

Last week-end the club of Rochefort TS was holding their very first FISTF Open with a good field of 96 individuals and 12 teams. Organizers put a great show with brand new tables, superb scoreboards and fantastic trophies. The individual tournament was held on Saturday with a superb final between two local players. National champion […]

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Mark Gauci and Derek Conti on fire in Malta

The recent Open and Grand Prix of Malta were held in Valletta with 30 players from four nations taking part. On Saturday the Open final was a local derby between Derek Conti and Hansel Mallia. Conti took the honors after winning the game 4-1. Melvin Barun (U19), Riccardo Natoli (U15 and U12) and Belgium’s Pascal […]

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Austrians dominate the GP of Scotland

Last week-end, the Grand Prix of Scotland took place in Dundee with 29 players from 8 nations taking part. In the Open category, Austrians dominated the competition with Alexander Haas (Royal 78) claiming the title after beating clubmate Heinz Eder in the final. Thomas Wittmann and England’s Gianpaolo Vitulano were the losing demi-finalists. In the […]

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Amberny and Rouis on top in Puylaurens

Last week-end the club of Puylaurens in the South of France was holding a special FISTF week-end with two individual tournaments. The International Open ended with no surprise as Jean-Marie Amberny took the hoors after defeating home player Serge Leroy in the final. Both players already met in the group stage and Leroy had won […]

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The GP of Portugal for Sérgio Ramos

The Grand Prix of Portugal took place in the last week-end of March. Sérgio Ramos defeated Antonio J Casin to claim the Open title. Ruben Português and Filipe Maia were the losing semi-finalist. José Luis Bonavia won the veterans section after a nice final against José Santos. Antonio J Casin won the U19 category while […]

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