Todd Loffredo

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Todd Loffredo is an American veteran professional Table football player. He is a multiple World Champion and often partners with Frédéric Collignon in Doubles. He started his career as a forward but plays both goalie and forward in doubles. Frédéric Collignon considers him the best table football player in the world. In 2005 he was inducted to the Table Soccer Hall of Fame. [1]

Table football table-top game similar to soccer

Table football or table soccer, foosball in North America, is a table-top game that is loosely based on football. The aim of the game is to use the control knobs to move the ball into the opponent’s goal. There are no unified rules for playing the game, in the sense that rules vary in different countries and even in cities, and sometimes between different clubs in the same city.

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