1979 Grandstand Kevin Keegan Match Of The Day Electronic Football Game. Toy is working. Made by Grandstand in 1979.  Batteries are not included (4 AA size required). Complete with battery covers.

Game is in good order. Comes in original box. The box has torn/part missing opening flap.

Soccerama is a football management game. The teams must work their way through the 4 divisions hopefully lifting the European Cup.

On the box it says "The Best Game I've Ever Played" - Alan Ball. The box is a little 'tired', but the contents are all in unusually good condition

Vintage english squad soccer game by Casdon. It is brand new and never was out of the box.

Box opened just for photos and closed again.  All stickers are unused, instructions  in perfect condition and the box is in not perfect but quite good condition. It is not easy to find this rare game in brand new condition as i think this game is about 30-40 years old.

Vintage 1981 grandstand 'the big game' electronic football game. In original box, full working order. For 1 or 2 players. Play an opponent or the computer. Excellent condition. Clear lcd lights and sound effects.

No instructions but east to play . The box has simple instructions to follow. Clean battery compartment . Original battery cover . No scratches. The outer box has its top flap missing. Rare 1980s electronic game from grandstand 

A Spanish Football Table Second Half 20th Century. The ends with painted inscription "ANIS DEL TORDO !Como siempre! es el mejor" 36 in. (92 cm.) high; 65 in. (165 cm.) wide; 37 in. (94 cm.) deep excluding the metal poles.

Estimate: 2,500 GBP - 4,000 GBP

A french football table game 1950s/1960s. The beechwood and ebonised table on shaped supports with wooden players, a maker's applied plaque entitled 'CHAMPIONAT / Modele Depose '35 in. (89 cm.) high; 56 ½ in. (144 cm.) long.

Estimate: 2,500 GBP - 4,000 GBP

A continental football table game, each end with 10 levers providing a kicking action for outfield players, and a semi-circular lever for the goalkeeper to patrol the goalmouth, the tinplate playing surface with gullied around each player to collect the ball-bearing football (missing), wooden surround, 89 by 51cm., 35 by 20in., mechanisms in need of some degree of attention.

Sold for £180

A First World War propaganda game 'Trench Football' circa 1915, a skill game of moving a ball round a trench maze to the goal guarded by The Kaiser, the German outfield players printed on the playing area comprising Count Zeppelin, Von Sanders, Von Der Goltz, Von Moltke, Enver Pasha, Von Hindenburg, Von Bulow, Little Willie, Von Terpitz & Von Kluck, printed instructions on a paper label to the reverse. Sold for £300



Published by Waddingtons in 1996 and endorsed by Terry Venables The game is for 2-6 players aged 10 and upwards. The contents of this game are in as new condition and 100% complete with instructions. Looks unused. The object of the game is you take the role of a Manager of there choosen football club where you must try and buy the best team you can while at the same time making the most money for your chairman...

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