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Simple game that simulates top English division with only basic options to train players, transfer them and set up the team.
Classic PC football manager game simulating Italian league since 1999 (and still kept up-to-date).
Classic German football manager that in a way revolutionized the genre by introducing some of the elements surrounding the sport instead of concentrating on the details.
Simple football management game simulating fictitious British divisions containing teams from different parts of United Kingdom.
German manager game that introduced so many new elements to the gameplay that it’s hard to imagine genre without this title.
Third game from the classic Bundesliga Manager series, again offering us chance to take over control of one of the German clubs and compete in national and international competitions.
Simple manager game played through simple looking client available through GNU General Public License, so you can adapt and adjust it as you please.
Championship Manager is one of the icons of soccer manager games - although graphically not appealing, but it was well devised game that had options unavailable in other soccer managers at that time.
The transition version of classic Championship Manager that was trying to keep up with the Football Manager competition.
Another version of classic game, from the era when they were trying to break into the 3D match engine.
Another game from the Championship Manager series offered few new elements since they were trying to keep up with their biggest rival Football Manager.
Improved version of classic Championship Manager with new match presentation engine.
British soccer manager that simulated only the English league with typical scenario - start in lower division and fight for the championship.
German soccer manager game that, as usual in German productions, simulates only the German divisions and have very limited information about the players.
Game that was made in the times between the classic and modern football manager games and has elements of both trends.
Italian soccer manager inspired by Championship Manager, but simulating one of the three national leagues: Italian, English and Spanish.
Very simple football manager published on Commodore Amiga, but looking like it is a version of 8-bit computers game.
Simple freeware soccer manager game simulating only the German league with typical elements for similar German games.
Original Football Manager, simple game that inspired today’s most popular titles of the genre.
Another of the Football Manager series, with slightly improved graphics, slightly more complicated interface and slightly updated team data.
Hungarian football manager that clearly tries to copy solutions known from classic Championship Manager games, but (at least so far) struggles to reach similar level.
One of the first approaches to theme of running a national team - the position that seems to be a dream job, but actually requires more skills than can be imagines.
Polish soccer manager from 1995 that simulates the Polish league in a manner similar to Bundesliga Manager Pro.
New Star Manager is new game of the Flash games that put you in charge of your own career as upcoming football star. Now you are put in charge of whole team. Sort of.
Extension to classic Anstoss / On the Ball games, this time instead of running a football club we become a national team manager.
Extension to very successful soccer game Kick Off, but Player Manager was a completely different project, far more complicated and the first one to give user a chance to be an active player and club manager at the same time.
One of the many Amiga games written in AMOS Basic that usually did not looked great, but Premier Division is example of game that has well developed gameplay that makes all the weak points unimportant.
Last of the Premier Manager game series that concentrated specifically on English Premier Division.
Third installment of the Premier Manager offered a wide range of options to improve your team, but demanded a lot of patience to take care of all the details.
Polish soccer manager for Amiga computers that had a little twist - samples from films, tv series and music were used to accompany the events that took place in the game.
Minimalistic soccer manager game inspired by classic 8-bit computers titles of the genre - take over poor 3rd division club and fight the way up to the top.
Sensible Soccer was in a way revolution among the soccer games - the visual side was not great, the options were not very impressive, but it was such fun to play that it was an instant hit in 1992.
English production that tries to create a successor of legendary Championship Manager, but still is pretty far from being perfect.
Another version of sort-of-free game, with updated clubs and introduction of 3D match preview. Well, sort-of-3D.
Classic German game that despite some flaws made the impact through the clever and interesting way of presenting the match events.
British soccer manager game that pushed the number of data available to the limits... and unfortunately beyond, which did not helped it become popular.
First in the series of soccer manager games created by Impressions Games, a company that actually specialized in strategy games.
Classic Football Manager game adapted for Dutch league with all the options of the original title.