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  1. Where brain meets brawn!
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Where brain meets brawn!

Combines the strategy of soccer with a board game. You have eleven players per team on a traditional full-length field. Includes dribbling, passing and capturing the ball and battles for ball control. Even includes yellow and red cards that can be handed out. There are short and long passes, and offensive and defensive strategies, free kicks, goal kicks, corner kicks and penalty kicks. Just don't be caught off-side! Play a full 90 minutes or set your own time with the cool included timer (battery included). Includes multi-lingual rules and instruction book. Ages 7 and up.


Practica tu estrategia futbolística con este juego de mesa en el cual cada equipo cuenta con 11 jugadores en una cancha tradicional. Incluye fintas, pases y batallas para controlar el balón. Incluso cuenta con tarjetas rojas y amarillas. Hay pases cortos y

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