Category: News

Paul Eyes Joins Manchester

One of America’s best ever players Paul Eyes has joined Manchester Table Football Club.

The USA international and six times National US Veterans Champion as joined to compete in upcoming team events.

“Joining MTFC is a natural fit for me as I will be playing for a club that is in the area where I grew up playing before moving to the USA as an adult.

I am very excited about the direction of the club, and the energy brought by Daniel Lilley who is committed to growing the game. I look forward to playing my part.” Said Paul

Pauls honours include teaching more than 300 youth players the game in the USA, Being the 2012 National Champion in the Open Category, 6 times National US Veterans Champion, 5 times National Team champion with Maryland Subbuteo Club and the only US player to win a FISTF event in Europe (Denmark GP 2008 Veterans category) and finally was the 2016 US World Cup Veterans Captain.

Welcome Paul!

Paul Player Profile

New Club Venue Announced

We are delighted to announce our new venue partnership with Hotel Football, which is situated next the Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground.

Hotel Football, which is owned by Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville will now host a monthly meet for our club on the last Tuesday of every month.

Starting Tuesday 31st January 2017, this sessions will start from 7pm and will consist of WASPA events and general training for new comers.

Free to play and free parking is available: information here

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Ruby shines in Cardiff

Ruby Matthews, Daniel Lilley and Cayne Matthews ventured down to Cardiff for the 2016 Grand Prix of Wales.

Daniel and Cayne was competing in the Open and Veteran categories respectively whilst 7 year old Ruby was set to compete in her first every FISTF event.

Ruby who represented Manchester in the U12’s and Ladies categories came runner up in the U12’s and missed out by a few goals on also coming runner up in the ladies, this little maestro as a bright future in the game.

Cayne and Daniel crashed out in the group stages but Lilley managed to claim the plate trophy by beating London’s Martin Bellefontaine on a shootout after a 1-1 draw.

Next event for Manchester is the International Open of England in February.

Remember the name!

Daniel Lilley vs Daniel Scheen

New Shirt Sponsor

We are pleased to announce our new shirts sponsor Solware Ltd.

Solware have worked with the club and surrounding events for over 5 years now and they have decided become the main sponsor for our new 2016/17 shirt.