EURO 2020 ended with the absolute winning of Italy. For those who are still in the mood for this sport event, we rounded up the best football games. Let’s check out!
There are a ton of football apps. However, like most sports, the mobile gaming side of things isn’t great. There are a few gems, though. Most football games either let you play on the field with your favorite players or sim the game and make you the manager. We have a nice sprinkling of both. Here are the best football games!
Final Kick 2020
Final Kick 2020 is a simple football game with an arcade feel. It lets you play a shootout over and over again. Your goal is to score goals, obviously. The game features decent graphics, offline tournaments, online multiplayer, weekly tournaments, and simple controls. There isn’t a whole lot to this one. However, that is part of its charm. It’s good for killing a few minutes, although the tournaments can take a while to finish. It is freemium and that’s probably the worst part about it.
Football Manager Mobile 2021
Football Manager 2021 is SEGA’s latest entrant in the popular football manager franchise. Players manage a football team and face off against opponents across 60 leagues in 24 countries. You’ll be responsible for things like player bonds to encourage better play, motivate your players to do better, and make a winning team. The base mechanics are the same from year to year with a varying amount of polish and fixes from the previous year. There is more than enough content here to last you until next year’s iteration comes out. It’s also free on Google Play Pass if you use it.
Head Soccer La Liga
Head Socer La Liga is the official football game of, well, La Liga in Spain. It’s a fun little arcade game. Two players (or one player versus AI) square off in a one-on-one match. It plays a little bit like pong, but in a good way. It features real players, a collection and upgrade mechanic, and some power-ups to help out. The gameplay is super simple. This is another decent game for killing a few minutes. It’s also a freemium game, but we expected that.
Dream League Soccer
Dream League Soccer 2019 is one of the bigger football games on mobile. It features full teams, complete games, and a full field of action. The front of the game is a sim. You build a team, make them good, and win championships. However, you can also play actual football with the team you made. The graphics and controls aren’t half bad either. That puts it in the upper echelon of football games. It also features six divisions, Google Play Games achievements, saves, and leaderboards, and more. This one is surprisingly good, even for a freemium game.
eFootball PES 2021
eFootball PES 2021 is FIFA’s biggest competitor on mobile. Many believe it to be a better game as well. The game features good graphics, outstanding mechanics and controls, a team building mechanic, online multiplayer, local multiplayer, and more. FIFA has more stuff to do, but PES is a funner game to play. That should help most people make the right choice for them. PES 2018 is also a freemium game and that will get in the way eventually. Until then, this is an outstanding football game.
FIFA Soccer is arguably the most popular football game on mobile. Of course, that means it’s a shameless cash grab by EA Sports! There are some likable things about the game, much like their other sports offerings. It has outstanding graphics, decent mechanics, and a lot of content. That includes a single-player campaign mode, online PvP, online leagues, players from over 550 teams, and more. It has more content than just about any other game in the genre. However, its freemium tactics are a little aggressive for our taste. Enjoy, but tread carefully.
Rumble Stars is one of the newer football games on the list. It’s an arcade football game with colorful graphics, ridiculous abilities, and animals. The game features PvP online game play with tons of characters and customizations. You also get clubs, various leagues and other competitive challenges, and you can even watch game streamers in the game itself. This one requires a network connection, but its arcade goofiness takes the edge off of the competitive aspects of the game. It’s not bad if you want to just play to have fun.
Soccer Star 2021
Soccer Manager 2020 is one of the newer games in the genre. This one is a management simulator. You basically run your own football team. You can choose between 800 teams across 33 countries and build them up to be champions. The game features decent graphics, full game simulations, and more. Your decisions affect things like how much fans like you. It’s a decent overall experience is a good amount of depth. It has a few bugs here and there and some players dislike some of the execution, but by and large people seem to enjoy it.
World Soccer League
World Soccer League is a bit of a dark horse on this list. It’s better than most football games. However, it doesn’t have the mass reception of games like FIFA or PES. The game features full football games, around 120 teams, 2,000 players, four game modes, achievements, leaderboards, and support for 15 languages. The mechanics are simple enough, even if they are a bit slow and the graphics are above average in this genre. It’s a freemium game because of course it is. However, that’s about the worst thing about it.
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