foosball

/ (ˈfuːsˌbɔːl) /

noun

US and Canadian a game, often played in bars, in which opponents on either side of a purpose-built table attempt to strike a ball into the other side's goal by moving horizontal bars to which miniatures of footballers are attachedAlso called (esp in Britain): table football
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