USA – ASA

ASA                                         

American Subbuteo Association   ASA
US America Club Registration Nr.: __?__
ASA founded: month  ?  1982
FISTF Member National Association (MNA) since 199__?

Websitehttps://www.subbuteousa.com/

Board position Name E-Mail Spoken 
President  Jonathan Smith  jdflicks@gmail.com  english
Secretary National  Matt Fox  eckatofox@netscape.net  english
Treasurer  Dewey LaRochelle Dewey_larochelleii@prodigy.net  english
Vice-President –  USA West  Zach Walker  zachary.j.walker@gmail.com  english
Vice-President –  USA East  Andrew Zunino  Andy62269@msn.com  english
Vice-President –  USA South  Craig Cousino  ccousino1@yahoo.com  english
Vice-President –  USA Mdwest Chris Sweetland  cts0303@gmail.com  english
Director Sports      english
Director Organisation      english
Secretary International – FISTF Liason  Bryan Arnolds  bogey614@aol.com  
ASa Board of Directors  Entire board  asasubbuteo@gmail.com  english
FISTF competition (events) Calendar : FISTF calendar
ASA – American Subbuteo Association is the governing body of Sport Table Football (Soccer, aka Subbuteo) in the Unite States of America. The USA is  divided in 50 States, the federal district and  five major self-governing territories.
Mr. D.(David, Don, Duncan ? ) Cucalon (USA) was the first player to represent the USA at a Subbuteo World Cup in London in 1970. (FISTF : FISA Archive

 

ASA Subbuteo Champion of America
1982: John Bailly (Florida)
1990: Jason Bell (New Jersey)
ASA National Champion
1992: Matt Miller (Illinois)
1993: Ken Aberle (Holland, Massachusetts)
1994: Jon Schultz (La Porte, Indiana)
1995: Jeremy Meyer (Holland, Massachusetts)
1996: Gregg Deinhart (Alexandria, Virginia)
1997: Marco Silva (Alexandria, Virginia)
1998: Gregg Deinhart (Alexandria, Virginia)
1999: Gregg Deinhart (Alexandria, Virginia)
2000: Gregg Deinhart (Alexandria, Virginia)
2001: Gregg Deinhart (Alexandria, Virginia)
2002: Rick Wilcox (Alexandria, Virginia)
2003: Gregg Deinhart (Alexandria, Virginia)
2004: Gregg Deinhart (Alexandria, Virginia)
2005: Rick Wilcox (Alexandria, Virginia)
2006: Zach Walker (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
2007: Zach Walker (Washington, DC)
2008: Zach Walker (Washington, DC)
2009: Daniel Cranston (Columbia, Maryland)
2010: Zach Walker (Denver, Colorado)
2011: Daniel Cranston (Columbia, Maryland)
2012: Paul Eyes (Columbia, Maryland)
2013: Zach Walker (Denver, Colorado)
2014: Zach Walker (Denver, Colorado)
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Last u2016_pdate: 2019 November 02