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GARLANDO FOOTBALL TABLES

THE

FOOSBALL

COMPANY

ABOUT US

OUR GALLERY

One table, at a time.  

We started this company when we believed that a good foosball table is for everyone, and we still do. Like farmers removing the bad apples from the basket, we curate the tables that we bring in so customers know that they’ll only be getting the best there is. From basic affordable tables, to handmade French classics, there’s something for everyone.

That’s the dream.

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“The skilled player will always have several passes, shots and tricks up their sleeves. Here are some basic moves that with a little practise, you should start dominating games and looking like a pro.”

 These moves were performed with a Garlando and a standard ball. 

Push Kick

Quick, powerful & intuitive. Spot a gap in the defence? Push the ball laterally between your strikers and shoot. Become quick enough and this shot becomes super deadly.

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The best shot to perform on a Garlando table. The shot begins with a setup to pin the ball, followed by walking to create openings, and lastly, outracing the defence to pot.

This shot is extremely effective, and is considered a high percentile shot on a Garlando table due to it’s immense versatality.

Front Pin

EFFECTIVENESS:

DIFFICULTY:

The dink is a sneaky little shot. It’s a little push on the ball by the wide strikers, followed with a shot that’s designed to spray (angled) a little.

The target is typically the near post gap, where defenders may occasionally leave out due to their focus being on the central striker. The dink is typically a secondary shot.

The Dink

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The first 5 – 3 men pass that everyone learns when starting out. Simple yet super effective. 

It’s done typically along the wall nearest to you, and only on tables that utilises tournament bumpers. Keep your 3-men tight by the wall and tilt. When done right, the result is a trapped ball on your 3 bar. 

The Wall Pass

EFFECTIVENESS:

DIFFICULTY:

It’s called stick passing because you’re utilising the 5-men literally like a stick. Manoeuvring the ball along the bar until you find a lane in your opponent’s five bar. 

Use combinations and mix it up to good effect.   

Stick Passing

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