FX Football - The Manager for Every Football Fan
User-friendly, easy to grasp and fun to master. FX Football believes in offering a game system designed for every football fan out there: agile, powerful, full of options and extremely fun.
User reviews: Mixed (175 reviews) - 44% of the 175 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jun 2, 2014

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“FX has found a new football manager formula with a personality of its own. A simple game you will quickly enjoy that has much greater depth than its predecessor.”
76/100 – IGN

“FX Football has without a doubt become a true and excellent alternative to the Football Manager saga.”
7/10 – http://www.z-giochi.com/recensioni/fx-calcio-2-0-recensione-112708

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About This Game

User-friendly, easy to grasp and fun to master. FX Football believes in offering a game system designed for every football fan out there: agile, powerful, full of options and extremely fun.
Signing the new contract. Getting to know your squad. Discovering the club's facilities. Being presented to your supporters. Finding your starting lineup. Bringing out the best in every player. Watching them grow under your guidance. Cheering them on when they display rehearsed moves on the field. Feeling the fans' support...
It's small details like these that remind you why you love football.

As the club's manager, you will be responsible for making all the decisions: expanding the stadium, hiring your coaching staff, signing and renewing players, fixing ticket prices... Lay the foundations for a truly competitive team.

Plan and direct your youth divisions' tactics and training sessions. Keep an eye on every one of your young footballers until you find a true talent. Enhance his performance by increasing his confidence: give him the chance to play with the first team and realize his full potential. You might just turn him into a world-class star.

Key features

  • Make yourself a career as club manager and work your way up to the top. Win achievements with different teams. Earn yourself a reputation: "Lucky charm", "Giant Killer" or "Professor", an expert in finding future stars in your youth divisions, among many others.
  • United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy... The first and second divisions of all of these competitions are played simultaneously, along with the third division in the Spanish and Italian championships. Leagues, cups, international tournaments, preseason matches... 450 teams, each and every one of them in constant evolution.
  • More than 11,700 players created one by one that will become truly unique under your leadership. Players grow and evolve depending on your actions. Throughout their career they can acquire “Achievements” that will in turn affect the entire game universe.
  • Upgrade and expand your stadium, customizing the facilities to adapt them to the football club you wish to create.
  • Don’t just sit on the bench. Make decisions and apply them from the sideline to change game dynamics: choose when your team should put pressure on rival players, when to use the flanks, when to keep the ball... Or design your own moves on the field in real time!
  • Instantly customize players, kits and shields with MyTeam, the editor that gives you total control; create your ideal squad, a club with football legends, or the team of friends you play with on the weekends.
  • A game in constant evolution with new features suggested by the community: manager track record; fun and agile transfer system; squad stats; player evaluation after each match; top scorers, goalkeepers and footballers with most assists; lineup of the week; sponsors; trophy room; man-to-man markings...

Press Reviews

  • VANDAL (Score: 78)
    A fun title that is highly recommendable. While easy to play, it does not lack depth; it has a really promising player ecosystem and a very solid editor.
  • MICROMANIA (Score: 90)
    FX has been able to create, polish and expand a new manager concept that lets players feel the excitement of being a coach. A game you will love if you like football.
  • HOBBYCONSOLAS (Score: 8)
    A great evolution from the first title and a very promising franchise. Thanks to the performance attribute, every player in FX Football is unique.

User Reviews

  • "This game is addictive: I'm a totally hooked! It has nothing to do with other managers where you get lost amongst the thousands of options and never-ending data loading... This one is straightforward!"
    (Arresius, FXFutbolmanía forums)
  • "I like the whole coaching module: lineup, tactics and training. It makes you think and make different decisions each week. It is easy to understand yet hard to make the most out of everything the game has to offer..."
    (Eucarlinhos, FXFutbolmanía forums)
  • "I think it's a great game with even greater potential; the interactivity when watching a match, the possibility of practicing tactics and plays to obtain extra seconds, a game that is both original and strategic, you can find everything at a simple glance."
    (Loki, FXFutbolmanía forums)

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: Pentium 4 3.2 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Series 4, NVIDIA GeForce 6600, ATI Radeon X1600 or higher with 256 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 650 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Helpful customer reviews
9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 2
Oh so close to being a good game. It has the rigth idea and even manages to almost look like a decent football management game. I am NOT comparing it to FM, but I will compare it to FIFA Manager and this is not far off.

Major issues:
- Your tactics do not matter one bit, or so it seems. I played a very solid formation and tactic with reasonable plans in place and my team finished second to last despite having a high mid table prediction. I did this twice and had the same result.
- Adding players unbalances your team to extreme effect. They never seem to settle in.
- The UI is okay but lacks an awful lot of intuitiveness. It is difficult to find a players age and position often on screens when you really wish to see them. You will find yourself going to other screens just to find what you wish to know on your current screen.

I believe that if these things were different I could give it a thumb up.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
9.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 12, 2015
The heir of my favourite football management game (Pc Futbol/Pc Calcio)
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260 of 276 people (94%) found this review helpful
130 people found this review funny
21.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 1, 2014
Don't get suckered in by this game's sleek graphics and sweet promises. Mortals like you and I can't comprehend it. This game isn't complex, don't misunderstand me. It just doesn't matter what you do, or what players you do it with, you can't win consistenly in this game. The problem is that the match AI is so mind-bogglingly advanced and sophisticated, a simpleton like me just can't figure it out. At first I fiddled with player stats and tactical arrangements, tweaking this and that, calculating the best man for the best position, but that was not to be. The AI knew better.

I placed one of the best defenders in the world in the center back position, his prefered position, but the AI knew something I didn't. The AI pushed his forward all the way from midfield. My defenders, even the best of them, will sometimes just stand there and watch the opposing forward run past them for a dozen yards before even reacting. Tired? Nope, peak fitness, in fact. I tried pegging a defender on the enemy forward. The AI just sneered at my unsophisticated, rustic ways. The forward ran past my man by seven or eight full steps again before he even reacted. Nevermind the fact that my man was standing in front of the enemy forward when the forward started his run. My man stood still and the AI laughed all the way to the net. It was just too damn smart for me.

A few games later the enemy foward struck the crossbar and the ball rolled right in front of my keeper. My keeper had a player rating of 91 in his goalkeeping position, making him one of the top three keepers in the world, and yet he dives to the ground right next to the ball. Just three inches shy of it, better luck next time; afterall, you're only costing me 6,000,000 dollars a year! No, wait a minute, there won't be any luck in this game. My top defender ran up to the ball from 10 yards away, preventing the keeper from getting it, stopped a second to ponder his next move, and then cleared it -- right into his own net. Granted, this was the Italian league, so someone probably paid him to do that, but I can't help but feel the hopelessness of doing anything in this game. The AI is just too damn smart for me.

When the next season started, I decided to try a different approach. The AI was trying to tell me all along not to focus so much on defense and possession play. Attack is the best defense, they say. For the next season, I put all my resources into my forwards and pinned all my hopes on them. Oh, what wonders they worked! The best passer in the world, a man whose base passing stat was 95, would pass balls with such incredible precision -- right to the enemy players' feet. It was miraculous how effecient and consistent he was at passing the ball to my enemies. Another wonderful trick he pulled, several times, much to my delight, was when he'd pass the ball to a friendly player standing just two feet behind him, the ball would then bounce off of the unsuspecting guy, and then it would roll to the one place you might have guessed -- to the enemy players' feet!

You may think these are flukes or anomalies. Think again. The AI is already reading your mind, right now, anticipating what players you're going to field and it's bribing them before you even buy the game. It's forcing them to pass balls at enemy feet and to stand slackjawed as forwards sprint past them for 20 yards. It's true, you just can't beat this game. You aren't smart enough. Well, maybe you are. But I'm not smart enough, so I'm throwing in the towel and letting Sherlock Holmes figure this crap out.
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111 of 132 people (84%) found this review helpful
83.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 31, 2014
This game in very enjoyable, it is the Steam version of another game that FX Interactive published in Spain couple months ago: FX Futbol. It is a football manager with a very nice interface and many options to tweak your team and tactics. I end up suffering the 'just one more turn' syndrome every time I play.

Downside is it does not have official licenses nor real names, but with the built-in editor you can change almost everything, or save time and download the mods made by the community that put the real teams, shields, kits, and so.

You can find the mod here (it's in Spanish so follow the link titled: "Descarga FXF Revolution 2.0 – Nombres y escudos"). It's not updated for FX Eleven but it works fine (I did a screenshot if you want to check), just change "FX Futbol 2.0" with "FX Eleven" in the installation path.
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50 of 67 people (75%) found this review helpful
24.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 31, 2014
Pre-Release Review
This is the new version from scratch of PcFutbol, a myth in Spain about football games.

This new version can offer a lot of fun according your level of interest, if you want to have a basic manager game, this is a good option because you can set to Automatic a lot of things like training sessions , renew the players contracts, the healthy care.... but if you want full control, be aware you will have a lot of work each week.

It is only a manager, you can not play with the players in the match but you can watch them and give orders even draw tactics in real time over the field, that will depend on the daily work of your players ans training sessions.

For the moment the game don´t use licenses, for that reason you will not see real names like Casillas, C. Ronaldo... but you can edit the names and use it as a mod, in fact there is a mod already with all REAL names and shield of the teams available for download in the next link:

Click on "Descarga FXF Revolution 2.0 – Nombres y escudos" to download
You will have to add the folder mod in the folder C:\Users\PcName\Documents\FX Interactive\FX Eleven (create the mod folder)

You can see more info in the web page http://www.pcfutbolmania.com
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