Football, also known as Soccer in USA, is arguably the most popular sports in the world and gamers across platforms and nations are always looking to manage the best of players in the virtual world from their armchair.
Simulating the game as a football manager, managing your players and team is surprisingly popular among the masses and with powerful android devices such as the ones available these days, several developers have come up with Football manager games for Android.
Playing football manager isn’t as simple as it might look as going through a lot of statistics and several hours of research translates into a decision in-game.
For any enthusiast, what’s better than having the ability to play football manager sim on their handheld smartphone device and here we’re going to list three of the most popular ones available on Play Store.
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Football Manager Mobile 2017 (Sega)
Arguably, the most famous football franchises launched in the mid-90s, Football Manager is undoubtedly one of the best options for any ardent gamer to have a thrilling handheld experience while managing their favourite football team from a choice of top-tier clubs from 15 countries.
You need to maintain the budget of your team while buying quality players and selling those which don’t work for your team chemistry — all this while ensuring that your team is at the top of the table.
You’ll also need to enhance your scouting as in the long run it’s not the established players which would help your club to prosper but the young ones which await development.
Championship Manager 17 (Square Enix)
The next one on the list comes with an endorsement from Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino and with its variety of 450 clubs from 25 leagues gives the gamers a lot to choose from.
Although the Championship Manager has several in-app purchases, the game is still free to play and delivers one of the best football manager experiences available on Android.
The game includes visual simulation of the matches, which provides gamers with an enhanced gameplay — bringing you closer to action — and also includes training tool which allows users to improve their player’s skills.
The Soccer Player Manager 2016 (Kick Off World)
Soccer Player Manager would seem like a reprise to the classic 16-bit Player Manager game — which was the first football video game to allow gamers to ply their trade as both the manager and player — from the early 90s as its interface sure carries that nostalgia.
The game doesn’t use the real-world names of players and so gamers will have to learn about the in-game players, which surely is a challenge of its own.
Many people might not like the roster as it leaves you unaware of the best and worst players in the game but several might enjoy the same thing as not knowing the players leaves space for exploration in the game as well as better use of training and scouting of players — giving a different and more involving gaming experience.
Try these out for yourself to ascertain which one is the best fit for your needs as a gamer and let us know in the comments down below if there are any other awesome free football manager games that we missed here.