Definition of foosball
: a table game resembling soccer in which the ball is moved by manipulating rods to which small figures of players are attached —called also table soccer
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Adults can buy alcohol and play foosball, ping pong and dart games in the Western Health Advantage Legacy Club.
Cross-Eyed Owl Brewing Co. will be home to a taproom, 20- to 25-foot bar, beer garden and stage, and a game area with foosball and darts.
That rings true in the Jiddah offices of Uturn, where women — some in hijabs, some with their hair uncovered — and men work on laptops in a shared office space filled with glass walls and ping-pong and foosball tables.
Games include fowling — a game that combines football and bowling — as well as table tennis, foosball, air hockey and more.
Soda & Swine in Liberty Station has a mammoth 20-person foosball table.
The General Restaurant & Mercantile The Logan Square taco saloon’s back patio levels up this season with a coming-soon game garage, including foosball and darts.
The new showroom will display the dealership's more than 200 vehicle inventory inside the single-story industrial building and will feature open meeting booths as well as foosball tables and arcade games.
There’s also foosball, an indoor pétanque court, nearly 20 tap lines capable of running batched cocktails, beer, cider, and wine.
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Origin and Etymology of foosball
probably modification of German Tischfussball, from Tisch table + Fussball soccer, from Fuss foot + Ball ball
First Known Use: 1966See Words from the same year
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: a table game resembling soccer in which the ball is moved by turning rods to which small figures of players are attached
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