Foosball Table Reviews & Ratings
How We Review a Foosball Table
Being able to properly review and rate a foosball table takes more than just a keen eye for detail. You must understand how to play the game on both the offensive and defensive sides of the table, have knowledge about the quality of foosball parts the manufacturer uses, and factor in price to value in every aspect of the table. It also doesn't hurt to know how to play at a tournament level so you can evaluate a table's ability to handle complex shots. Here at Foosball Soccer, we have factored in all of these variables in order to provide you with the best table reviews for many different manufacturers and their products. We are dedicated to providing you with education to make you more informed when shopping for a table. Our hope is that this will avoid our readers from having to upgrade parts or an entire table later on. The best tip we always try to provide to anyone new to the game is you should spend more money on a table up front so you aren’t disappointed with what you get. You will end up suffering with a table that has low performance and there is a major difference between the capabilities from one table to another
Always Review a Foosball Table Before Your Purchase
Keep in mind that we are reviewing foosball tables to provide you with detailed information of the ins and outs of the table. There are some things you simply can't see or feel about a table in a picture or even on a department store floor. Foosball tables that receive a 5 foosball rating are those that we recommend purchasing for your own home use. These are tables that have proven to be made of high quality parts and will last for years to come. These tables will allow you to become the best player you can be and allow you to compete at a tournament level.
Don't just take our word for it! Even if you do your research, you want to educate yourself on how to review a table yourself. This will definitely help if you plan on purchasing a used table because you can tell if foosball parts have been replaced or damaged by the owner. Watch for warning signs of lower quality tables listed below in these buying tips. Ask yourself the following review questions when looking at a table.