Glerios, Seipel & Co. Fußball-Match identified

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Glerios, Seipel & Co. Fußball-Match identified

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On ebay. Are these games rare?
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Re: cup final old penny

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I've seen them turn up in many countries on eBay but since, they're German, a lot more often there. But what's your definition of rare!?
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Re: cup final old penny

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I operated one on a 20p coin - fantastic game but goes on too long.
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Re: cup final old penny

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I didn't know they're German made, that would make sense on how they turn up. I'm not interested in it - it takes up too much room for what the game does. I'm sure it will sell well. :cool:
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Re: Cup Final on old penny

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That one's been Anglicized to "Cup Final". They're usually called "Fußball-Match" and were made in 1952 by Oskar Seipel (Glerios, Seipel & Co. by 1953) of Stuttgart, Germany.
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Re. Glerios, Seipel & Co. Foosball Match identified

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Never seen this German football machine before. Anyone know anything about it?
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Re: Glerios, Seipel & Co. Foosball Match identified

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Quite a few examples in the UK (see thread merged above). It should have a wooden leg on each corner. I have the flyer for it somewhere and the machine itself...



Edited to add - pretty sure those disc-shaped recesses the auctioneer identified as ash trays are for dial score counters.
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Fuball ,information please

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A friend asked if I could find out more about this machine of his. I've seen it before but know little about it. Can anyone help?
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Re: Fuball ,information please

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A few have been discussed before, see below thread* covering them and a link to one on YouTube

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pennymachines wrote: Sat Apr 04, 2015 12:02 pmmade in 1952 by Oskar Seipel (Glerios, Seipel & Co. by 1953) of Stuttgart, Germany.
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"Fußball-Match", 1952 by Oskar Seipel (Glerios, Seipel & Co. - 1953)

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From across the pond, I'm back. Keep finding these old odd games. This time, a "Fußball-Match", needing a TON of work...But, I think I'm up for it. I think...I hope. It needs SO much work.

So, some questions... Does anyone have one that might be able to take some pics? Specifically of the under side of the playfield? I'd like to see the path the chains take, to turn the little men.

And then, any ideas where I might be able to find any parts? I could probably use a bit more chain. This one had fallen apart, and much as I worked on reforming individual links, and putting them back together, I think I"m still short a few links. I also have three men with broken legs....broken right off the base. I haven't yet figured if they might be repairable, with some type of epoxy...but perhaps someone might have a lead on where I could find a spare or two....or three? I'm also missing one of the levers used to activate the leg to kick the ball....oh, and I only have 1 ball, wooden, and half rotted away.

Thanks for any insight and/or help

CHEERS!
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