Football is not the only sport that can be played on a teqball table with teqvolley, teqpong, teqis and qatch being the others.
With this variety of ways of playing sport and working out, everyone can find the ideal activity independently of their age, sex and physical abilities.
The International Teqball Federation is absolutely convinced that all family members will soon discover the pleasures of sport on a teqball table.
As well as families, Teqball ONE and Teqball SMART tables are also ideal sports equipment for public places, hotels, parks, schools, football clubs, leisure centres, fitness centres and beaches.
Teqball can be played by people of all ages and abilities and prides itself on being one of the world's most inclusive sports.
Tables donated to refugee village
In April 2018, the International Teqball Federation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Peace and Sport, an international, neutral and independent organisation based in Monaco that contributes to peace using the power of sport.
The MoU was signed in Zaatari Village in Jordan with both organisations confirming their intention to join forces in promoting teqball as a tool for social development and equality.
Two teqball tables were donated to the citizens of Zaatari refugee camp, which is Jordan’s fourth biggest city.
Villagers had the opportunity to play on the tables and receive two days of training as well.
At the end of the training, two talented participants were qualified as official teqball coaches.
In October 2017, a video emerged of the Brazilian national football team enjoying a teqball session during training.
Star man Neymar teamed up with Philippe Coutinho in a match against Dani Alves and Gabriel Jesus.
Teqball has been heavily promoted by former Brazil international Ronaldinho, who was part of his country's FIFA World Cup-winning team in 2002.
Teqball is a sport where gender equality is in full force. Male and female players can show off their amazing skills while playing on the same side, or against each other.