The latest LEGO set is a real kick: a playable miniature foosball table.
The LEGO Ideas Table Football Set ($249.99, out Nov. 1), is made up of 2,339 pieces – among them 22 miniature figures including males and females. There's also 44 unique heads and wigs to customize your team of two defenders, two strikers and a goalie.
The remaining 12 figures can be used to fill the grandstands, which come with the set. Standing at 6 inches high, about 17 inches long and 12 inches across, the table has two spinning rods on each side to move the players. At that size, the table is also portable.
The toy arose from the LEGO Ideas program, which lets LEGO fans suggest new toys. Donát Fehérvári a 16-year-old in Hungary, submitted the idea.
"What makes the LEGO Ideas Table Football set so amazing is that it harnesses the spirit of sport," said LEGO designer Antica Bracanov, who produced the final design, in a statement. "Donát’s design champions the shared rollercoaster of emotions that fans experience when watching football games."
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LEGO unveiled the set with a video of former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry and current Manchester United and England star Marcus Rashford competing in a match on the table.
"LEGO play is all about harnessing the unifying spirit of sport to rebuild the game for fans everywhere," Henry said in a statement. "I am very excited to see the new LEGO set bring people together across the world as they master the table football game in brick form.”
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