Thursday, 2 January 2014

Updated file with results, rankings and statistics

Hello, you will find here the monthly results file of the WASPA circuit.


First of all, let me wish you a very good year 2014. Thanks to all players and clubs for the great support. It's really appreciated!

Facts of the month: 
- we have now 1067 players ranked, which is a great improvement and it's the first time we have more than 1000;
- Belgium is now on top of the rankings of nations with 213 points but the gap is short with Canada (212) and Italy (209);
- the first tournament in Greece was played this month;
- we had the first winners from Greece, Austria, Chile and the Isle of Man;
- the promotional tournament in Templeuve had 29 players;
- 26 tournaments were played this month;
- all results are OK in the attached file. Only the full results of the Sheffield tournament will be added soon.
- many events have been added in the agenda (check the WASPA blog for details) and good news is that there will be a first tournament in Switzerland on January 10 and a tournament in the Netherlands on May 10.

Useful links 
Here are the few links to check when you have time:
the WASPA blog:
the WASPA map:
the WASPA Facebook group:!/groups/127530464069377/?fref=ts
the WASPA Facebook page:
the FISTF website:
the independant table football forum:

Help needed for interviews 
For the future, we will try to have more interviews on the blog. If you are interested to be interviewed or if you want to interview one of your friends, you cans end a picture to and answer the following 5 questions:
- can you introduce yourself as a player? When did you start playing?
- why do you like subbuteo table football?
- what are your greatest achivements in the game?
- If you had to improve something in table football tournaments, what would it be?
- What are your thoughts about WASPA? Why do you like (or dislike) it?

If some of your friends want to receive the monthly report by e-mail, they can drop a line to to be added in the mailing list

Again, have a fantastic year 2014.

Yours sincerely,

Vincent Coppenolle