Foosball table


Established 1927

Founded in 1927, Bonzini has always been active in the leisure industry, with a specialization in precision engineering and furniture manufacturing. It was in the early 1950s that Bonzini developed its range of football tables, bringing out the B53 model from its Bagnolet workshops in 1952.

In 1959, Bonzini launched the now iconic B60, which style and component materials would become the foundation of all foosball tables to follow. Using real hardwoods for the cabinet and legs, the coin operated B60 could stand up to pretty much everything that was thrown at it. The table became part of the French culture, equipping most cafés and bars across France. The design has changed very little ever since and is recognized by the ITSF (International Table Soccer Federation) to feature in major international tournaments, including the World Championship and the World Cup.

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