Football Manager

released in 1981
  • mame Amstrad CPC 6128 version
  • mame ZX Spectrum version

Football Manager is a video game series published and developed by Addictive Games, the label set up by the game's creator Kevin Toms. The first game was released in 1982.[1] It was then ported to most home computers during the 1980s and spawned several sequels: Football Manager 2[2] (1988) and Football Manager World Cup Edition[3] (1990), both designed by Kevin Toms, and finally Football Manager 3[4] (1992), without Toms' involvement. Football Manager 3 sold poorly, and as a result the series came to an end. The series was claimed to have sold over a million copies by 1992.[5] The game was to start a whole new genre of computer game, the football management simulation.


  • Genre: Management, Simulation, Sports
  • Platform: Amiga, Amstrad CPC 464, Amstrad CPC 6128, Atari 130XE, Atari 400, Atari 600XL, Atari 800, Atari 800XL, Commodore 16/Plus4, Commodore 64, Commodore C64/128, Commodore VIC-20, MS-DOS, MSX, Sinclair Z81, Sinclair ZX81, TRS-80, ZX Spectrum
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