TTFC HW Style Series (Bar).


A TTFC series of mixed HW style team kits that utilises the traditional HW 'bar' type of figure.


Melchester Rovers.


'Roy of the Rovers' was the name of a comic strip that ran for many years after it began in the Tiger comic during 1954. 

Roy Race was the superb centre forward who is 'Roy of the Rovers' and Melchester Rovers was the team he played for.

C'mon the Rovers !!


Tolcaster FC.


'Scorer' was the name of a comic strip which ran in the Daily Mirror from 1989 until February 2011.

The centre forward of Tolcaster FC was Dave 'Scorer' Storry who was famed for his goal scoring exploits as well as his romantic adventures.

Up the Tollies !!


Crystal Palace.

Subbuteo Ref No 40.


Here are Crystal Palace in their iconic claret and light blue kit that was worn between 1967-69.

Figures, bases and discs are all Zeugo products and the lovely coloured box is a reproduction.


Partick Thistle.

Subbuteo Ref No 29.


In 1969 I received my first Subbuteo set as a Christmas present and with it came with an extra Partick Thistle team.

The memory of that lovely team is still with me today, hence this 'Kent style' reproduction.

Here the figures are original Subbuteo HW's that have been stripped, repainted and set into

base/discs from Santiago Table Soccer.



Subbuteo Ref No 163.


The South American 'toughnuts' of Uruguay are pictured here.

Their hardmen reputation may precede them but their football is always of a good World Cup standard.

Here the team is crafted using all Zeugo products.




Panathinaikos or PAO are a Greek football club based in Athens.

The Greens or The Shamrock are their nicknames.

There doesn't appear to be a Subbuteo HW reference for this team kit.

Here the team is crafted using all Zeugo products.


 Man Utd vs Crystal Palace.

Old Trafford 1970.


Old Trafford on the 10th October 1970 was an important day for myself. 

I was at this match and It was the day I started supporting Crystal Palace.

More than 50 years later and I'm still devoted to the club.

Despite Palace winning 1-0 and Man Utd having Best, Charlton (500th League appearance), Stiles, Kidd etc in their team,

it was Palace's yellow socks that stick in my mind the most.




This mysterious team was contained in some Floodlighting Edition Sets during the 1970's.
Thought by some to be a Ref 124 Wacker Innsbruck variant, it is now thought to be an away kit of the

French club AS Nancy Lorraine from 1971-72.


(The image above is reproduced with

the kind permission of Celticdream).

The Table Football Cub.



Here is The Table Football Club's home kit for the 2022-23 season.

TTFC are proud to play in our traditional orange, red and white colours and this is from where they derive their nickname.

Nickname - Les Oranges Sanguines (The Blood Oranges).


Further teams will be added to this Series soon.