Foosball Table Legs Overview:
Legs can provide stability to a foosball table to prevent it from shifting during your game play. Always look at the thickness of the foosball table legs because you want to avoid tables with skinny legs that will make the table wobbly. Skinny foosball table legs will also cause it to shake around during a foosball game which can make it seem like your foosball table isn't level. It will also be harder to set up a shot if your opponent is slightly jarring a table with skinny legs.
Good quality tables will have legs that are 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches or larger in order to provide the stability you want. Some foosball tables also have an added convenience of adjustable leg levelers at the bottom of the legs so you can easily level the foosball table. We also recommend getting a table with this feature because it is really hard to level legs without them and typically the nicer foosball tables have adjustable legs.
Foosball Table Legs:
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Adjustable Foosball Legs vs. Flat Legs:
There are two ways to level a foosball table depending on the foosball legs that your table comes with. Your table will either have threaded adjustable leg levelers or a standard flat foosball table legs. The adjustable leg levelers typically come on higher-end tables and allow you to simply screw or unscrew the leg to the desired foosball table height. The flat leg design will be more time consuming and you will need to do more trial and error by adding the correct amount of shims under the legs in order to make the table level. Read our leveling a foosball table section to learn more about how to properly level your table.