Paper football (also called FIKI Football, Finger football, Chinese football, Biren football, Flick football, or TableTop Football) refers to a table-top game, loosely based on American football, in which a sheet of paper folded into a small triangle is slid back and forth across a table top by two opponents. This game is widely practiced, generally by boys of upper primary, middle school & high school age in the United States, as an informal recreation.
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... The game was known to be played with matchbooks as footballs in the 1950s in the American midwest ... Paper football was played in Connecticut in the 1950s using an American quarter ... Also depending on the length of the paper football, and the length of the playing table, the chance of hanging the football off the edge varied ...
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