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Tony Spredeman


Tony Spredeman is an American table soccer professional. Tony was in Milwaukee, WI, and has recently moved to Florida, something about better weather, maybe. Tony is 26 years old. He started playing in 1996 with his father at small regional tournaments throughout the Midwest. He turned pro at the age of 16 after winning an impressive 5 amateur world titles in a single weekend. The following year he placed second in the Open Singles category, losing only to the great Frederic Collignon. His first world title came just one short year later, in 2003, at the age of 18. This was followed by a national singles championship, another Tornado world singles title in 2008 and numerous other major titles. Tony has competed on the international level, traveling to France, Italy, Germany, China, and even the Middle East. He helped Team USA win the 2009, 2010 and 2011 World Cup championships in Nantes, France as one of the three star singles specialists. To this day, Tony travels to play and promote the game he loves across the globe.

 Tony came on board the Fireball Team in 2010 and has been sporting

Fireball gear all over the World. 2011 has been another big year

for Tony and Fireball. We hope that Tony will continue to shine in the Foosball World.





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