You asked for it, so here it is, a play through of the Time Vault Soccer Tabletop Card Game… on video! So cry “Havoc,” and let slip the dogs of war… Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Moore, Danny Blanchflower, Cliff Jones, Pele, Franz Beckenbauer, Alberto Tarantini and Charlie George… 60’s vs 70’s in a basic game, […]
Undeniably underrated but way ahead of his time in English football, Dave Beasant was a key part of the Wimledon side that within 9 years of becoming a Football League team completed an unprecedented four season rise to the top tier of English football. Born: 20 March 1959 – Willesden, England […]
“Chairman’s Choice” now closed. Congratulations to Claire Gouge of Suffolk who correctly identified Frank McLintock and the 1971 FA Cup Final, Charlie George 111th minute winning goal celebration. The link? Both Charlie George and John Radford, wearing the No 9 shirt, are in the Time Vault Soccer tabletop card game “Debut 60’s v 70’s” pack… […]
Win a “Chairman’s Choice” – With the 1950’s expansion deck nearly complete, be the first to answer the following question to select a player of your choosing to feature in the 1950’s deck (subject to appropriate permissions). Q. What’s the link between Time Vault Soccer and what’s happening in the rest of the photo above? […]
Got a Golden Boot? Want one? We’re working through our press photos and are flummoxed by the unsung Spurs hero on the left. We’ve got Steve Perryman (Tottenham Hostspur) and Pat Holland (West Ham) but who is our mystery hero? Photo taken in Sept 1973. One virtual Time Vault Soccer “Golden Boot” for the first […]
Official launch date confirmed – 26th April 2018 on Kickstarter. So if you like your games with footballs, time machines, cards, shouting, knee slides and sulking… then please say hello, please follow our countdown program and please support our April/May Kickstarter campaign.
Nicknamed “Lo Stopper Gentiluomo” (The Gentleman Stopper) Guarneri is famed as being a tenacious defender who never received a red-card during his career. A crucial pillar of the Internazionale Team known as La Grande Inter (The Great Inter) between 1958 and 1967 he helped them secure, back to back, European Cup wins in 1964 and […]