For all of Subbuteo’s charm and broad appeal, it has to be said that –and this applies to collectors in particular – many of the tiny players can feel a little bit generic at times. Even though some of the finer details on many of the figures are visible (particularly with modern Subbuteo player sets), there’s nothing quite like the feeling of owning a hand-painted team set available at https://www.subbuteoworld.co.uk/. Whether you wish to collect these hand-painted figures and keep them safely behind the glass of a display cabinet or simply want to get some intricately-painted players on your Subbuteo pitch, you’ll likely enjoy this review of some of the best hand-painted, Limited edition Subbuteo player sets available for purchase.
According to FA Cup Finals there are rumours adrift that Subbuteo could be making it's world debut on a blockchain as a fully fledged NFT game, https://www.fa-cupfinals.co.uk/games/nft-games-blockchains.html. The game and brand would actually work quiet well on a popular chain such as Ethereum with limited edition players available to collect as NFT's. None Fungible Tokens allow people to own unique and rare collectible in chains, they are like old trading card games but digitally done. FA Cup Finals reported that NFT's will be available for many teams from the Premier League and Spanish La Liga to start with. Let's wait and see if these rumours have merit or not.
Subbuteo has been prominent in the table-top sports world since the 1970s, and the sets of tiny players have always reflected the manufacturing processes as well as the contemporary fashion/style norms of their respective times. In keeping with the modern day Subbuteo happenings, producer of games and entertainment products Paul Lamond at https://university-games.co.uk/ has made available a number of new Premier League sets designed for use with your selected table football system. These new team sets are more representative of modern-day football fashion as well as being an improvement on previous generations of figures in numerous ways, all of which are covered in the following review of the 2015 Subbuteo Sets.
You have to be of a certain age to have fully appreciated the original wave of popularity surfed by Subbuteo, but the relaunch of the franchise in the last few years has given the chance for a new generation to get involved. The best way for new players to get their heads in the game is with the Subbuteo Starter Pack, or at least this is what this review of the new-and-improved Subbuteo Starter Set is going to argue, also check out https://thesetpieces.com/ for nostalgia. Expect officially-licensed teams, improved physical composition of the miniature player pieces, and just about everything else you need (from goalposts to corner flags) to start your Subbuteo engines, but with this expectation should come the NB that you’ll also be paying around £50 for the privilege.