In 2017 we created our first official ATFA national playing strip. They are manufactured by the Melbourne-based Konqa company. All players are welcome to buy the strip (and non-players, too!), not just those officially representing Australia in competition.
The new ATFA kits in use as Australia takes on Japan at the recent Asian Cup
We still have a limited number of shirts available, they will cost $60AUD and are available in the following sizes:
Please note that Konqa designs tend to be slimmer fit than usual, so order a size up if you are unsure. A comprehensive sizing guide for Konqa can be found by clicking this link – http://www.konqa.com.au/size-overview/
To place an order, please e-mail email@example.com with your name, shirt size and postage details.
Payment of $60 will need to be made to:
Account Name : Australian Table Football Association
Bank Name : National Australia Bank
Account Number : 980742375
BSB : 082088
Another of the ATFA Board’s recent projects has been to develop a national kit for players. This kit would be used whenever players represent Australia, either individually or in teams events, but players would also be free to wear it any time – you don’t need to be representing Australia to wear it. In recent years, our players have worn Socceroos jerseys, but the Board have thought that it would be good to have its own, distinct kit. So, we have developed a few options. These are based on traditional Socceroos kits but, as you can see, have their own distinctive appearance, featuring the colours of our logo (gold and two sahdes of dark green), rather than being merely cheap imitations of Socceroos outfits.
What we are asking now is for all ATFA members to have their say and cast a vote for their preferred option. The Board has finalised three options, members can now choose their favourite. The design which receives the most votes will be put into production and players will be able to order their kit later this year.
Voting is only open to ATFA members (if you would like to become a member, it’s a simple process that can be done at http://subbuteoaustralia.com/?p=3552).
Cast your vote below. One vote per member.