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Australian National Team Qualification Tournament

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2020 sees the FISTF World Cup of Table Football take place in Italy in September. Players who are thinking of traveling to Italy for the event are invited to compete in a qualification tournament next month. Please use the entry form below if you would like to compete in the tournament to qualify to represent ATFA at the World Cup. We will also be holding a WASPA tournament on the same day at the same venue – it would be great to have as many players coming along to create atmosphere! So please also enter on the form below if you’d like to play in that WASPA tournament (this will help the Northern Falcons TFC know how many pitches to set up for the day).

Saturday, March 7, 2020
Willoughby Park Bowling Club – 13 Robert St, Willoughby East, NSW
Registrations on the day will be open from 9:00AM.
Flick-off is at 10:00AM sharp.

A tournament held to determine places for Australian table footballers who wish to represent the country at the 2020 World Cup in the Open Individual Event and the Veterans’ Individual Event. There will also be a WASPA tournament held simultaneously, for those not wishing to compete at the World Cup but who’d like to be part of the atmosphere on the day of the qualifying tournament.

Entry to the World Cup qualifying tournament(s) on the day is $20 per player.
Entry into the WASPA tournament is $5 per player
Entry fees payable on the day.

All games will be played on Extremeworks astropitches.

A BBQ lunch will also be available on the day.

ATFA Trading Cards

set photoRecently, the first edition of the Australian Table Football Association’s trading card set was released. These feature 54 players from around the country in all their Subbuteo glory, along with club, national and association logo cards, bringing the full set up to 64 cards. The backs of the cards feature a large image that can be created by using the cards as a jigsaw puzzle. The full set comes wrapped in a paper holder.

While the first print run has almost sold out (there are just 2 still available as of today), there is the possibility of getting another print run made up if the demand warrants. If you don’t yet have a set and would like to order one, please contact Adrian by clicking here to let him know. The full set costs $15, though you won’t need to pay unless we get enough orders to make another print run.