No joke, 11: the beautiful game lives up to its namesake. A collaboration by GRO Design and Tim Modelmakers, the table eschews the traditional two-color scheme of foosball and opts for a sleek unified chrome for each player, giving them an amorphous form reminiscent of the T-1000 in Terminator 2. It also does away with the clunky four-legged design of most foosball tables, instead choosing a bathtub-like setting in order to emulate a stadium. It's by no means cheap, but it's pretty to look at and definitely playable for years. There's little wonder as to why one of these has been spotted at a Louis Vuitton store.
If you want a more nostalgic feel (and cheaper price tag), this RS#2 Foosball Table by Rafael Rodriguez fits the bill. Made out of steel, zinc alloy, and polyester paint, the table is rendered in a striking red with full-colored players depicted with their arms outstretched. The jerseys are customizable too. And if your girl complains about lack of female representation, dude made a pink version with female players.