Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this year

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Jon Rosten
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Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this year

Post by Jon Rosten » 08 Jun 2013, 08:03

Mark from Paul Lamond sports has been in touch and says there are to be three tournaments run by him soon.

he says in an email to me:-

"Hi Jon,
Chelsea confirmed as hosting my London Subbuteo tournament on Saturday 3rd August at stamford bridge.

The registration site will be live in a weeks time as soon as it is up I will send over. Please email onto all your contacts / players. It is a free to enter tournament only rule is that you have to play with an old or new Subbuteo team so should appeal to a wide spectrum of existing and new players. The other 2 venues are at Leeds United Sunday 11th August and the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow 13/14th July.

Any questions please contact me.

Kind regards
Mark"

I will post up the link he mentions once I have it.
I don't know any more than this at this point other than he seems to think the rules will be old subbuteo rules

jon

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Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by Jon Rosten » 08 Jun 2013, 08:04

naturally the best of the three tournament is on 11th august ;)

MrS

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by MrS » 08 Jun 2013, 20:17

Is the Glasgow event 2 days or has the exact day to be confirmed? Thanks Jon

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Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by Jon Rosten » 08 Jun 2013, 21:43

No idea.
This is the only info I have
As his mail says we shall have to wait for the link

Gary

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by Gary » 13 Jun 2013, 20:13

Bit more info here http://www.subbuteoplayersforum.com/vie ... 05&t=12181" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

feel free to steal the images and put them on this thread, not got time at the moment , sorry

p.s. no flat bases allowed, loads of swerving :)

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Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by Jon Rosten » 17 Jun 2013, 09:31

more info for you.
apparently each venue will have 24 subbuteo stadiums! sounds fab

the Scottish event is one whole event over two days and not two separate daily tournaments
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claretpete0128

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by claretpete0128 » 19 Jun 2013, 10:07

FISTF rules shown on the site ... :O

Gary

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by Gary » 19 Jun 2013, 10:56

Check back in a couple of hours, I believe they are being changed

claretpete0128

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by claretpete0128 » 19 Jun 2013, 11:55

okay ta

Gary

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by Gary » 19 Jun 2013, 13:32

Now confirmed its the Advance Rules and nothing to do with any FISTF rules :)

Old Subbuteo all the way

Alan Collins

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by Alan Collins » 19 Jun 2013, 13:46

http://www.subbuteochallengecup.co.uk/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


Sorry for any problems on the rules,the site is now corrected with the correct rules and links to get advanced rules from the Green Forum

the event is Advanced rules Subbuteo and now the site is correct,we are very sorry for the mistake


Rules of how to play Subbuteo

Flicking of Figures

Only the nail part of the forefinger or index finger shall be used to strike the base of the team figure. It is not allowed to flick any other part of the figure apart from the base. This applies at all times (for example: when playing the ball, for on-side flicks, for blocking flicks, or when positioning figures for free kicks, corner kicks and throw-ins).

The thumb can rest on the table when flicking but it must not be used as a spring to propel the figure. Only one hand of each player is allowed on the playing pitch at any one time.


Foul Flicks

If the correct flicking action is not carried out, the following applies:

Offence by attacking side: indirect free kick from the point of the offence.

Offence by defending side: no award unless the attacking side requests "Back ; in which case the figure(s) and ball are returned to their original positions.


The Goal and Net

The goalkeeper must be controlled from behind the net. The goal and net must be fastened down in position at all times. The goal net must not be rolled up.


Line Up Formation

A game of Subbuteo should be played as near as possible to the Laws and Situations of the Football Association and FIFA rulings. For obvious reasons adaptations have been made to suit Subbuteo and permissible line up formations reflect these. Common formations are 4-3-3 and 4-2-4, but you may develop your own formations to suit different tactics.


Duration of the Game

Based on the number of players in each tournament, the qualifying round games will be ten minutes each half (with a minimum of a one minute half-time interval). In the latter rounds, matches will be fifteen minutes each half (with a three minute half-time interval).


Extra Time

If after full-time the game is tied and a winner has to be decided, extra time of at least three minutes each way shall be played. If after extra time the game is still a draw, a "shoot-out" should take place.


To view and download the full advanced rules of Subbuteo, please click here:

advancedrules.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

we are directing traffic to the rules on your site and forum, thanks to all of you from everyone over at Subbuteo UK
and sorry for the little mistake

Mark Watson- Alan Collins
Art Science International Subbuteo UK

claretpete0128

Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by claretpete0128 » 19 Jun 2013, 14:20

Ta three entries from here

ralphtheclaret
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Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by ralphtheclaret » 21 Jun 2013, 19:52

Evening men :wave: anyone else entering the event at Leeds ?

barrychuckle
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Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by barrychuckle » 21 Jun 2013, 19:55

I'm not Ralph but welcome back. You've been missed.

ralphtheclaret
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Re: Tournaments being run by Paul Lamond sports later this y

Post by ralphtheclaret » 21 Jun 2013, 19:59

thank you my friend ..

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