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Electric Football: Tiny Players Vibrating Over the Field
By Chris Bopst | September 13th, 2019
Like Rodney Dangerfield, this sport doesn’t get any respect
It’s a game that most people don’t know about, despite the fact that more than 40 million games were sold during its pre-video game heyday in the 1960s and ’70s. And those precious few who do have firsthand knowledge of the electric football experience will invariably twist their heads like dogs hearing something strange and comment, “You mean that game where the players would spin around in circles?”
Tonight, October 10, 2019, marks a historic milestone for electric football. In the pregame telecast this video was used to introduce a history of the Giants vs. Patriots rivalry. Fantastic work by Miniature artist Gene Sanny!!!
It was with great sadness that we learned of the passing of a legend in the ELECTRIC FOOTBALL Community on Saturday, August 31, 2019.
The following was a tribute written by Kenneth Allen:
“Keith was the greatest tactician to ever play the game. A great teacher, Keith passed his knowledge of the game down to his sons Robert and William as he spearheaded the “Royal Family” of National Championships.
The Chalmers family, led by Keith, boasts the only father/son combination to win individual National Championships.