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Cup Tie (A Coates & Sons)

I believe this dates to the 1950s judging by the playing pawns, possibly earlier. Seems to be a similar game play to the other game called Cup-Tie but this one is far older.

Classic grid based gameplay but uses cards instead of a dice, the cards enable many other scenarios and incidents to occur in a game.

I need the pitch and three red pawns plus a yellow goalkeeper should anyone have a draw full of spares!

Cup-Tie (A. Coates & Son)
Cup-Tie (A. Coates & Son)
A nice little boxed game missing the pitch and a couple of player pawns. Nicely designed gameplay and easy to create your own grid pitch.
Cup-Tie (A. Coates & Son)£65.00
Game components
Game components
Two packs of movement and action cards plus pawns and a ball as well as instruction sheet. Should have a paper oitch with it.
Movement cards
Movement cards
The use of cards enables many scenarios to be recreated in the game play. Well thought out game.
Team line up
Team line up
The teams line up but four red players have gone on strike!
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