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Fantasy Football Pitch


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What do orcs, elves and dwarves do for recreation? Play Football!!!

The Fantasy Foorball Pitch uses reconfigured OpenLOCK tiles to create a complete Dungeon Style Fantasy Football Pitch.

To print off compatible OpenLOCK tiles from other sets you need to scale up by a ratio of 1:1.378 for the pitch.

 The Pitch files are set to 35mm scale but can be rescaled before printing. 

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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing 3d printer files (STL files) for use on a home 3D Printer.



  • 23 July 2018 – 1.1 Extra Rough Stone 35mm floors added.  These can be used for different layout options.
  • 29 August 2018 – 1.2 35mm tiles that are non OpenLOCK version added.
  • 18 September 2018 – 1.3 Small options for scatter tiles added.
  • 17 December 2018- 1.4 Column-O-Low added for dugout.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • In reference to the Dugout. The style we made for photos and the one shown in the renders are 2 different styles that is made as a separate piece.

Dugout Reference Sheet

Pitch 35mm Tile Reference

35mm Tiles Non OpenLOCK Reference

Additional information



Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)


Prints without Supports

25 questions for Fantasy Football Pitch

  1. jeremycobert (verified owner)

    Would it be possible to get a 1×1 or even 1×2 for the 35mm-RoughStoneFloor .Or maybe it’s here and I am just not seeing it. I see single small squares but not the 35mm-RoughStoneFloor. I also see 3×3 and 4×4 of the 35mm-RoughStoneFloor

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The football pitch is printed 24×15 and made up of entirely 4×4 and 3×3 rough stone floof tiles.

  2. gsxr750emt (verified owner)

    Two Questions. First if it scale the dugout up to 35mm will the open lock system still be compatible? next question are there any instructions on what all to print and how many for the complete pitch?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The OpenLOCK system is completely compatable scaled to 37.8% larger size to fit. To build a pitch is 15 squares wide by 26 squares long including touch zones. A reference guide has been added.

  3. jeremycobert (verified owner)

    @sam, thanks I understand that. I am trying to get the directional arrows center to the spot where 99% of the kickoffs will be placed , centered 7 squares in. placing the directional arrows on the side is nice but could serve a better use in the center.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      We’ve added in extra tiles that will allow you to customize the location of the scatter template to the sweet spot.

  4. jeremycobert (verified owner)

    What pieces are used for the walls and post dividing the dugout section ? I have looked at the pictures but don’t see any corresponding pillars or walls that match it.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The wall tiles are in the 35mm Tiles directory, these can be scaled on ratio of 1:0.7256 to 25mm miniature scale.

  5. gwrulz (verified owner)

    Ideas for a “sin bin” or dice tower? I had thought about looking at compatible files here to make add ons?

  6. azza.keay (verified owner)

    Would it be possible to add a reference guide for printing the dugouts/score board similar to what you have done for the actual pitch?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Yes, we can have a look at creating a reference guide for dugouts and scoreboard.

  7. erik1978 (verified owner)

    What has been updated?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Low column for Dugout has been added to this set.

  8. Plegue (verified owner)

    Hello, I would like to use the OpenLOCK Magnetic clips ( ) for this Fantasy Football Pitch, is it possible? How much do you have to rescale? Thank you

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      To print off compatible OpenLOCK tiles from other sets you need to scale up by a ratio of 1:1.378 for the pitch. This includes clips.

  9. Jeff Hoffman

    Is there any chance we could get the numeric tiles as individual tiles? I’m thinking of matching turn / score / reroll tracks…

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      We can have a look at developing these maybe but the token ball, dice and hourglass are the tracking pieces we released for this function.

  10. m.perssonbm (verified owner)

    Hi, I’ve started to print this set and just now noticed something annoying. The A-B-TRP-Crypt-Wall-Low-v2.1 and IA-B-TRP-Crypt-Wall-v2.1 for the dugouts have openLock slots on both sides which means they will be visible when using the layout from the 3D-render. But on the rendered image these do not show.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The Crypt walls only have ports on the sides with the bones. The plain wall on the back does not have ports.

  11. gsxr750emt (verified owner)

    how do you connect the turn/score/reroll counter section to the dugout and the pitch itself? The opposite side of the walls do not have any open lock slots?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      You can get connections on both sides by alternating the low wall pieces.

  12. gene (verified owner)

    Hi I am curious why these are done in 35mm scale. I measured my board and it is 30mm scale. I have an old game board and I wonder if that is the reason?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The newer grid boards are bigger and the bases for some of the newer editions of fantasy football games are 32mm and in some cases 40mm.

  13. karkavitsasioannis (verified owner)

    you have somewhere how many pieces i need to print to make same pitch as the photos

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The last picture in the product gallery has a blown out diagram to see how the pieces fit together.

  14. mwayman74 (verified owner)

    Are there non-OpenLock versions of the dugout and scoreboard tiles? I can’t seem to find any in the files I downloaded.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      There are no non-OpenLock versions of the dugout and scoreboard tiles. This is something we can have a look at updating in the future.

  15. Insaniac99 (verified owner)

    A few requests for the next update:

    1: An EA-Tile version of the Scatter diagram that is just the 9-tiles needed, It would be nice to not have to use the U-Tile version on the field and not take up extra room on the sidelines

    2: An EA-Tile with a Trapdoor in the center tile. The board I’m recreating requires something like that, but none of the floors in any of your product lines match that. Rough Stone Floors just has one in the middle of the E-tile.

    3: Offer 35mm versions of all tiles in this set. I can scale them, but it’d be nice to not have to.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      We can have a look at doing the modifications for the first 2 parts of your query.

  16. Insaniac99 (verified owner)

    That’s great to hear! For now, for the trapdoor, I am using the I-tile of this wooden floor set scaled up, and it fits the aesthetic enough to look like it might be a trapdoor

  17. Thomas Dang (verified owner)

    What is the proper scale to increase the dugouts for the 35mm pitch? Is it also at the 1:1.378?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Yes it is. With the dugout’s you can just run with the original scale if you wish to as it wont impact the game itself, but if you want it all in the same scale 1:1.387 is the way to go.

  18. Michael Luehn (verified owner)

    Do you have a list of which parts I should print and how many of them I should print to build the complete field as you see in picture 4 and 5?
    Thanks and greetings
    Michael Luehn

    • Nicholas Jebson

      The final image in the gallery has a visual lay-out of the pieces needed to print a field, though we have not made a document with a written version of the image.

  19. Sami Havonen (verified owner)

    Could you make similar reference guide for the dugout as there is for the pitch?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      We can, though it won’t be a high-priority update so maybe a few weeks to a month before it is done.

  20. danielsarnblom

    how compatible is it with the grudge arena? I was mostly wondering about the parts thats outside of the field,

    • Mike

      Becuase theyre both OpenLOCK you shouldnt have any issues with them fitting together, as long as you scale the grudge arena appropriately. If you scale it up by 40% (25mm scale to 35mm scale) then it should fit, just do one piece first to make sure!

  21. hurricane685 (verified owner)

    With Sevens getting an update in the latest book, it would be nice to have an option to print tiles to create a pitch that would be sized correctly for Sevens. Has there been any talk about releasing other tiles sizes than just the 3×3 and 4×4 that are available today?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Not in the office, though it is definitely something that would be easy to put together via Terrain Tinker, then exporting sized for the printer. Once the sharing function is available we will upload some plans on there that people can download.

  22. Rinaldo Wurglitsch (verified owner)

    I have bought your realy great pitch. Thank’s for this fantastic design.
    I’ve printed my first tiles and clips successful BUT
    the Clip “OpenLOCK Clip v5.3” does not fit. Is this the wrong file for the clips?
    Do you have some hints?

  23. alanjuk

    Are there pieces in this set which would allow the building of a Sevens pitch? The pitch is 20 squares long (three zones of 6 squares each plus the two end zones) and 11 squares wide.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Thanks for your suggestion.
      I will add this to our updates list.

  24. Brent-M (verified owner)

    I’m confused. are the dugout and graveyard scaled for 28mm and the field scaled for 35mm? if so what percentage do I need to increase the graveyard and dugouts so that I can connect them to the board with the open lock system?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      The Ratio state on the product page is 1:1.378 so for me to upscale I had 137.80 stated in the percentage area to get the correct size.

  25. Matt Barker

    I printed the dugouts at the 28mm scale and the field at 35mm scale. I thought it looked better that way

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