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Human foosball: New form of soccer developed for pandemic

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Human foosball: New form of soccer developed for pandemic

Human foosball: New form of soccer developed for pandemic

A group of football-thirsty Argentinians have made an innovative return to playing after more than 100 days under suspension, with a social-distancing format locals call "human table football".In order to continue playing amid government restrictions to address Covid-19, owners of one five-a-side pitch have divided the field into 12 rectangles to mark limited areas for each player, keeping them from making physical contact.

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