To be a gathering place where people put their electronics down, get social and move in a fun way!  A place for friends, families, and co-workers to reconnect. 


Great American Human Foosball is a family-owned small business.   It all started in 2014 with a working mom that was tired of missing out on her daughters milestones due to business travel.  Her creative, encouraging father had the initial idea and her partner was dedicated to making it happen.   From Googling how to build a website, to bartering with local artist for graphic design work, to spending hours in the local library combing through "Facebook Marketing for Dummies"... this is the epitome of a grass roots operation.  

The idea began with a sketch of a human foosball court on a piece of paper.  Within 2 weeks we were building a prototype, and soon after a trial game ensued with unsuspecting friends of all ages, fitness levels, and genders. The reoccurring comment was, "That's the most fun I've had in a long time"!  Within a month we were moving into our own building and wondering if this was the bravest thing we'd ever done....or the stupidest!  The mantra was simple, "An entrepreneur is just a person that acts on their ideas instead of talking about their ideas".         

Since then our team has designed more life-size games like Tic-Tac-Toe and Foot Pool, developed programs ranging from Boy Scout workshops to fitness classes, and strengthened community partnerships with local churches and schools.  Today we are proud to be hosts of fields trips, birthday parties, bachelor parties, corporate team events, youth group outings and more!


  • Thank you Clayton and Sherri for investing your time in the Scouting program. The Scouts that attended and the future Scouts that will attend are truly fortunate that Great American Human Foosball (Clayton Delaney & Sherri Brown) are dedicated to the health of our youth, especially the Scouting program.
    — Tim Walters, Eagle '80, Dad and Scouter
  • This was a perfect break in the middle of our busy soccer season. We told the players that we were doing some "training and no need for shoes." I think my car full was half way to the destination before they even realized that we were not headed to our practice fields. The human foosball and human soccer pool table were a big hit. Our guys loved eating pizza and playing a ton of games. As a coach, it was so nice just to sit back and relax. Great American Foosball were the refs and kept track of the scores. It was a ton of laughs and worth every penny. For 13 year olds to say ,"that was cool." Means it is!
    — Kerri Dryden, Lou Fusz Coach
  • I came across Great American Human Foosball while browsing ideas for team building events. I contacted Sherri about our event, and she was great to work with from start to finish. The day of our event, our facilitator/coach Clayton was excellent at leading the games and generating excitement within our team before, during and after the games – the game itself was actually more fun that we had anticipated. Our team is highly competitive and this couldn’t have been more perfect! I highly recommend Great American Human Foosball for corporate team building events.
    — Theresa – Nestle Purina PetCare Company.
  • Human foosball is an excellent activity/workout for all ages! We did the 2 hour facility rental for an extremely fun, competitive team building event. A month later, I brought a group of family & friends for another fun night out. Sherri is very friendly & welcoming, and Clayton did a great job explaining the rules of the game and officiating our crazy bunch. We will definitely be back!
    — Linda A., Sr. Administrative Assistant
  • This is an awesome place to hold a corporate team building event. We worked with the owners to plan an all-day event and it was a huge success! The employees who attended are still thanking me for booking the venue. It was a blast and the people who own the business had everything in order, were super-flexible and a fun team to work with! They were able to recommend ways to coordinate our day, area restaurants to have our lunch catered, a spot across the street for a happy hour after the event and they came in early so we had enough time to set up in advance. I had never planned a team building event prior to this one and Great American Human Foosball made it so easy! Very reasonably priced too!
    — Gabrielle Biondo, Sr. Marketing and Communications Specialist