Kika Goal (rolled pitch)
A different version of Kika Goal without the fold out box stadium but with an ingenious rolled pitch instead. English adaptation of an original German game probably 1950s or early 1960s.
This game is well known for the intricate goalkeeper handles.
This set is totally unused and complete in the box.
Kika Goal! (roll pitch)
A complete mint never used Kika Goal game. Instead of a fold out box this one has a roll out pitch.
Beautifully presented box very well laid out.
Roll out pitch
The game has a unique roll out pitch which is rolled up behind one goal. You unroll it and the goals and pitch ends widen to form the full size pitch, superb design.
Still held by the packing bands the keepers benefit from a complex metal rod and mechanical handle.
Early plastic players very similar to Striker players.
The balls are nice wooden items with star or plain panels to indicate who has possession.
Just press the heads to kick!
The well known Striker mechanic to kick.
Some very dubious crowd members!
Dodgy crowd 2
Even more dodgy crowd members - who on earth designed these illustrations!