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About Arizona Foosball
Arizona Foosball is a network of players, promoters and operators based in the southwestern United States dedicated to the promotion of foosball and the growth of its player base.

The company was founded in 2004 on the heels of the game's 'last hurrah' in the 1990s.  At a time when the classic arcade and bar room game's popularity was waning on a national scale, AZ Foosball launched a mission to reinvigorate the game by creating an infrastructure that would not only rekindle the interest of veteran players, but even more importantly attract a throng of new players to the great game of foosball.

At inception, AZ Foosball hosted a single weekly tournament in Phoenix consisting of 10 - 16 players.  Ten years later, it boasts three weekly tournaments of 12 - 24 players, a twice-weekly league consisting of over 20 teams and 100 substitute players participating at ten locations across the valley, an active web community, and an annual state tournament attracting over 100 players.
Bill Nolan
Founder, CTO, Promotional Director, League Commissioner
Jesse Rhode
Co-founder, Tournament Director, Operator
Ken Oglesby
Co-founder, Operator
Brad Chamberlain
Regional Tournament Director, Promotional Director
Rick Weirman
League Coordinator, Tournament Director, Operator
Jim King
Writer, Editor
Michael Lawrence
Tournament Director
Adrienne McCormack
Tournament Director
Gary Cooper
Tournament Director