Pure Nostalgic Subbuteo Joy
Subbuteo Youtuber Blogger and collector.
Talking little Plastic Men since 2018, collecting since 2014
Wow, 2014 doesn't seem that long ago. At the time, I had massive loft and time on my hands. So I decided to build the Subbuteo stadium I always wanted. The plan was to just build the stadium with all Italia 90 accessories. One thing led to another and I had 5 pitches set up inlacing cricket and Rugby. Since moving house twice my loft got smaller and then a little bigger, but I'm still buying whatever I can afford. Now I have decimated Subbuteo Room.
Things went from here and there and now I host the regular Youtube Vlog Youbbuteo, detailing my collecting ups and downs and more
This site is, if you will, a catalogue of my collection, which I will be the first to admit is nowhere near as big as some in world There are some massive sites out there. It is however an honest and down to earth place to find out about Subbuteo.and enjoy some pure nostalgic joy.
As I said I don't have the biggest collection, but one thing I do have is a desire to talk about Subbuteo look and discover the great game more and more. For those who ask, I do play from time to time, however I'll happily admit I'm pretty crap.
So please feel free to look around my collection (new additions will be added as I find things), view my YouTube channel and join me on Social Media.
The Newest Youbbuteo
The Tunbridge Wells Heritage Group hosted a Subbuteo Open Day to celebrate where the game comes from and 75 years. Working with Alan Crampton of Subbuteo Passion they invited the ESA too with Gianluca Zucchelli delivering an incredible Subbuteo speech next to the son of Subbuteo creators, Mark Adolph. I was lucky to catch interviews with multiple Subbuteo employees, from the factory workers, the outwork painters, Keith Buckwell who creator the Subbuteo Grandstand and of course Mark Adolph himself.
Did you catch the original Subbuteo Button
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