Tipp-Kick Classic

€34,00 €42,50

including VAT, excluding shipping

The bestseller of the traditional company from Germany!

To date, over five million games of this edition of TIPP-KICK have crossed the counter. The classic standard version is an inexpensive starter or travel game, making it great as a gift for any soccer fan. The game includes the classic TIPP-KICKER with the round foot as well as the goalkeeper "Toni", who can dart left and right at the touch of a button. Goals, balls and the pitch are of course included in the set so that the round can go into the square. The exciting match with your friends or family usually lasts 2 x 5 minutes, or you can set your own rules before kickoff.


Farbe: bunt

Material: Karton, Stoff, Kunststoff, Metall

Größe: 49,5 x 15 x 4,2 cm (L x B x H)

Gewicht: 530 g

Altersempfehlung: von 6-99 Jahre

Zusätzliche Information: Made in China

Sicherheitshinweis: Achtung! Die Verpackung nicht wegwerfen! Für spätere Rückfragen aufbewahren. Das Spiel ist für Kinder unter 3 Jahren nicht geeignet, da verschluckbare Kleinteile enthalten sind.

Inhalt: 2 handbemalte Metallfußballspieler (rot / gelb) mit klassischer Rundbasis, 2 Torhüter "Toni" (rot / gelb), die auf Knopfdruck nach links und rechts tauchen, 2 Plastiktore, 2 TIPP-KICK-Bälle, rollbares Fleecefeld der Größe 80 x 47 cm (von Linie zu Linie: 71,2 x 42,4 cm), Regelheft

Tipp-Kick from Germany

Tipp-Kick is a real classic game for all soccer enthusiasts. The table football game has been around for one hundred years. In the 1920s, soccer gradually developed into a mass social phenomenon in Germany as well. Until then, gymnastics was still considered a means of physical exercise. In 1921, Tipp-Kick was patented by its inventor, a Stuttgart furniture manufacturer. In 1924, the export merchant Edwin Mieg from Schwenningen in the Black Forest acquired the license and developed the table soccer game into a real bestseller by 1938. Tipp-Kick was a sales hit and has remained so to this day. After the war, the two sons of the company founder took over the company. Tipp-Kick experienced a real boom in 1954, when the German national soccer team became world champions.

At games manufacturer Mieg, which describes itself as Germany's smallest toy company, almost everything revolves around Tipp-Kick. But the game is more than just a toy. It is both the trigger and the result of a soccer craze that spread through German living rooms at the beginning of the 20th century. It is art and pleasure in one. Each play figure is unique, assembled and painted by hand. The game figures are available in different national jerseys and in the jerseys of the various soccer clubs of the Bundesliga. The Tipp-Kick game figures are suitable for collecting and for giving away. Especially their artistic reduction looks very stylish.

In 2011, the first female playing figure was produced for the Women's World Cup in Germany. Since then, girls have been able to identify with the Tipp-Kick field players and confidently play soccer against boys. Mixed teams are no problem with Tipp-Kick. That is why it is suitable not only for boys, but also for girls as a cool and very contemporary gift with style.

Originally, the figures were made of tin. Today they are made of zinc and a little heavier, so the ball can be kicked more controlled. Tipp-Kick is played with two people. There is a playing field, two goalkeepers, two goals, two field players and a twelve-sided, two-colored ball. By tapping the button, the player kicks the ball. The game pieces can move their right leg. They are all equipped with a mechanism that triggers a kicking motion of the leg by pressing the button on the head of the figure. The goalkeeper can dart left or right at the touch of a button. So nothing stands in the way of an exciting and entertaining game of soccer.

The classic game should not be missing in any child's room. Tipp-Kick is suitable for children from the age of six and is a wonderful game that brings the little ones together with the big ones. There is a rule booklet supplied by the game manufacturer. But there is hardly anyone who does not know the fundamental rules of soccer. First and foremost, the goal is to kick the ball into the goal. In the process, the game pieces are allowed to change their position.

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