Top Eleven

Top Eleven

There are many sports around the world but soccer is perhaps the most popular. It is played by millions of people, grouped in various soccer clubs. Unfortunately managing such a club is not an easy task and Top Eleven, a soccer club management simulator will convince you in this.

Top Eleven is a soccer club simulator much like Football Manager for PC is. The game is immersive and professionally done so well it strongly resembles Football Manager and many other games of this kind. You can assign training schedules, buy and sell players, manage income flows, develop new players and finally play games against other opponents. Unlike other soccer club simulators Top Eleven comes with fictitious clubs and player names, though, which ruins the soccer atmosphere a bit but we suppose there’s a serious reason for this decision. Everything else is the same though and we are sure the game will appeal to Football Manager fans and all people who want to experience what it is like to be a soccer club manager.

Apart from the addictive gameplay Top Eleven does not offer much more in the form of 3D graphics and the like but the game does not really need it. Its greatest strength is in the gameplay and the developers know this very well. So if you are into soccer you will surely enjoy this app tremendously. Best to come – it is free!

You can take a look at Top Eleven here on Google Play.

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