The game it self did not play as well as expected though and it did seem a bit stupid that the ball was bigger than the football players. I did not care though as I scrapped the rule book and played by my own set of rules which made it actually playable.
The thing I loved most about Subbutio was the accessories you could buy just about everything from camera men, referees, lines man, giant score boards, a commentators tower and the stadium stands.
It was an expensive hobby and the stadium I built was 75% custom made as to build the stadium and fill it to full capacity cost an absolute fortune.
As I stated in previous article my stadium unfortunately burned to the ground after fans of the Red Team were somewhat upset about the referees decision to disallow a goal so they rioted and the rest history.. well melted plastic but the shocking scenes still live with me to this day. Its such a shame when the beautiful game turns ugly when these hooligans cant behave them selves and spoil the fun for everyone else.
Anyway I had a look online today and check out these great efforts that other people have done with their Subbutio stadiums.
This was the old school one I dreamed of having. Its a good job I did not get it after the incident with my custom one.
Look at the little fences keeping the little nutters from doing a pitch invasion! Something I should have thought of!
This is a new school pitch apparently it looks pretty awesome.
This one here is by far the best effort I have ever seen!