Football Manager 2022

FM22

Football Manager 2021

FM21

Football Manager 2020

FM20

Football Manager 2019

FM19

Football Manager 2018

FM18

Football Manager 2017

FM17

Football Manager 2016

FM16

Football Manager 2015

FM15

Released: 19/11/2019

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Modern football managers aren't just expected to improve results. Sometimes they arrive with specific strings attached to their employment. We must be saved from relegation. We must qualify for Europe. We must win multiple trophies every year. Depending on where you are in the football pyramid, demands will vary. For Football Manager 2020, we made sure this was reflected in every club's vision.

This overhauled boardroom experience meant each team would feel unique, making specific requests. Those requirements could even be grounds for contract renegotiation. It changed the game's 'win condition' to be more reflective of real-life management, where even success on the pitch sometimes isn't enough to satisfy the people holding the purse strings.

To help you achieve your goals, FM20 gave you an improved scouting system with richly detailed reports to guide your transfer business, while player development was redefined, allowing you to carefully control how you brought through talent while overseeing the progress of your top players too. All of this plugged in alongside previous advancements to player personalities, along with new tweaks to add to the authenticity, like your club captain drawing up a code of conduct and list of fines for disciplinary breaches.

Could you drag your team to glory? Would that even be enough to satisfy the board? There was only one way to find out.

What We Said

Football is a game of opinions. From team selection to transfers and tactics, everyone has their own ideas on how to get results on the pitch. Sports Interactive™ and SEGA® are giving would-be managers the chance to prove that their opinion means more than most when Football Manager 2020 releases in early November.

FM20 will give players the chance to call the shots at their favourite club as they take control of their team’s destiny and make all the decisions that a real manager does as they develop their team and attempt to deliver a sustained level of success.

What They Said

Daily Star
5/5

"Football Manager is back and its focus on long-term construction of a footballing powerhouse is refreshing for a series that previously felt solely focused on the short-to-mid term. The only challenge you'll have now is keeping in the board's good graces long enough to leave your imprint on a club."

Cubed3
9/10

"Football Manager is still the ultimate football simulation series, and this latest addition makes enough positive changes to keep the gameplay fresh, and improve on some of the minor frustrations of previous entries."

IGN
8.7/10

"Subtle changes in the backroom and the boardroom have a surprisingly invigorating effect on what was already a series in fine form. There’s now real gratification in being a mid-table over-achiever, and entering Football Manager 2020 as a total beginner is a more realistic prospect than before."

The world's most authentic mobile football management simulation returned with a bigger database than ever and more ways to nurture your team in Football Manager Mobile 2020.

You could now choose to ply your management trade in the Danish Superliga or the Greek Superleague, bringing the number of starting nations available to an all-time high of 21.

Other improvements included an updated youth development system, allowing you to implement a more holistic vision of how you grew your club, and you could also keep a reserve team ticking over to improve competition for places in the first XI. Elsewhere, a reworked news system brought you more information on squad harmony and individual happiness levels, allowing you to avoid morale problems before they got out of hand.

As ever, FM20 Mobile was supported by the 2D Match Engine, allowing you to keep a close eye on how your charges implemented your tactics on the field. For anyone looking to play Football Manager on the go, this was the ultimate answer.

Significant Innovations

•    More Leagues Than Ever - You could now take to the dugout in 21 countries, with Danish and Greek leagues the latest available on mobile
•    Updated Youth Development - Bring the best young players through by spending time nurturing youth talent
•    Reserve Team - Keep up competition for places by moving players back and forth between the first team and reserves
•    Reworked News System - Learn more about the happiness of your squad

Sometimes trophies are not enough. Clubs these days have long-term visions, and they want personnel who deliver against them. For Football Manager Touch 2020 (as with the home computer version), you must sign up to the board's club vision to be handed the job, and it will be no good winning domestic cups and reaching continental knockout phases if the demands you agreed to were greater.

While maintaining the streamlined and simplified style that made it so popular as a spin-off to the full FM titles, FM20 Touch also introduced a new Development Centre, drawing together ways of tracking and developing youth players as they start to transition towards the first-team squad. If you need to look outside the club for the next big thing, revamped negotiations let you spend more time on the minute details before anyone put pen to paper.

FM20 Touch retained its focus on transfers, tactics and the matchday experience, offering a slick, touch-friendly management sim, and a perfect alternative entry point for anybody not ready or time-rich enough to step up to Football Manager.

Significant Innovations

•    Club Vision - Can you satisfy the board's craving for long-term club development? Pay close attention to your objectives, because less glamorous silverware won't save you if you fall short
•    Development Centre - Nurture your youth players so they can finally break through and pin down a spot in your squad
•    Revamped Contract Negotiations - Agonise over the detail to make sure that both sides get what they want - or walk away
•    Improved Visuals - Redesigned player and manager models, improved lighting and overhauled pitch visuals combine to create the best-looking match experience yet

The world's most authentic mobile football management simulation returned with a bigger database than ever and more ways to nurture your team in Football Manager Mobile 2020.

You could now choose to ply your management trade in the Danish Superliga or the Greek Superleague, bringing the number of starting nations available to an all-time high of 21.

Other improvements included an updated youth development system, allowing you to implement a more holistic vision of how you grew your club, and you could also keep a reserve team ticking over to improve competition for places in the first XI. Elsewhere, a reworked news system brought you more information on squad harmony and individual happiness levels, allowing you to avoid morale problems before they got out of hand.

As ever, FM20 Mobile was supported by the 2D Match Engine, allowing you to keep a close eye on how your charges implemented your tactics on the field. For anyone looking to play Football Manager on the go, this was the ultimate answer.

Significant Innovations

•    More Leagues Than Ever - You could now take to the dugout in 21 countries, with Danish and Greek leagues the latest available on mobile
•    Updated Youth Development - Bring the best young players through by spending time nurturing youth talent
•    Reserve Team - Keep up competition for places by moving players back and forth between the first team and reserves
•    Reworked News System - Learn more about the happiness of your squad

Sometimes trophies are not enough. Clubs these days have long-term visions, and they want personnel who deliver against them. For Football Manager Touch 2020 (as with the home computer version), you must sign up to the board's club vision to be handed the job, and it will be no good winning domestic cups and reaching continental knockout phases if the demands you agreed to were greater.

While maintaining the streamlined and simplified style that made it so popular as a spin-off to the full FM titles, FM20 Touch also introduced a new Development Centre, drawing together ways of tracking and developing youth players as they start to transition towards the first-team squad. If you need to look outside the club for the next big thing, revamped negotiations let you spend more time on the minute details before anyone put pen to paper.

FM20 Touch retained its focus on transfers, tactics and the matchday experience, offering a slick, touch-friendly management sim, and a perfect alternative entry point for anybody not ready or time-rich enough to step up to Football Manager.

Significant Innovations

•    Club Vision - Can you satisfy the board's craving for long-term club development? Pay close attention to your objectives, because less glamorous silverware won't save you if you fall short
•    Development Centre - Nurture your youth players so they can finally break through and pin down a spot in your squad
•    Revamped Contract Negotiations - Agonise over the detail to make sure that both sides get what they want - or walk away
•    Improved Visuals - Redesigned player and manager models, improved lighting and overhauled pitch visuals combine to create the best-looking match experience yet