WATCH: 21337 Table Football costs HOW MUCH?!

Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain earns a reported £1.6m a week. Maybe he’ll be able to afford the new LEGO 21337 Table Football set.

Football. It’s a funny old game. It’s a game of two halves, apparently. Arsenal will often try to walk it in while Chelsea like to park the bus. Maths doesn’t apply as teams often give it 110% percent and as often as not, come Sunday morning, someone will be complaining about ‘that ludicrous display last night’. IT people, usually.

Now the beautiful game is coming to the world of LEGO, with the introduction of 21337 Table Football, which started out life as an Ideas submission. There’s just one problem (apart from the fact that foosball players tend to get a little enthusiastic, and while LEGO bricks have many great qualities, structural integrity isn’t the first thing that springs to mind), and that’s the cost. In 1893, Willie Groves became the first player to have a transfer fee over over £100.  In 2017, Neymar moved to PSG for £190m. ‘Football’ and ‘expensive’ seem to go hand in hand.

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21337 Table Football will be available at from November 1. It has 2,339 pieces and will cost £214.99 / $249.99 / €249.99.

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One thought on “WATCH: 21337 Table Football costs HOW MUCH?!

  • 07/10/2022 at 02:35

    As a regular reader of Brickfanatics (even though it is the 21st century) I enjoy the reviews, news and updates provided.
    However, I feel the need to point out an error has been spotted on this occasion.
    You appear to have stated that the Lego Foosball set is £214.99?!
    I can only assume that, whoever looks after the “calendar” function on your IT network wanted a bit of fun, and set your dates on the computer to 1st April.
    Well done on an elaborate, well structured April Fool joke, however, unfortunately, we are still in October…


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