In this game, you play a soccer manager and you have to make your club the champion club in the First Division. Starting at the bottom, you chose a club, put together a team, purchase star players, play football matches and build amenities for your club. All without going bankrupt of course! It is for 2-4 players Ages 8 and up.
Football Manager introduced an addictiveness rating to their game that was both accurate and funny “Remember to eat” etc. This board game needs the same addictiveness rating. It’s that good. I was skeptical about a few things, especially the match system. Didn’t seem realistic but I was wrong. It’s great.
Download this pnp football (soccer) management game and prepare to take your team to glory (or failure). Starting in the lowly fourth division, sign new players, train up those you have, sell the dead weight, increase the size of your stadium, get new sponsors, hire and fire staff and cry as injury strikes your squad at the worst possible moment. Finally pick your team, your formation and take on 31 other unique teams with their own strengths and weaknesses.
Eleven is a football manager board game for 1 to 4 players. Your task is to manage and grow your own football club and outperform the other teams over the course of a season. You will hire staff, develop your stadium, sign up sponsors, transfer players, and play matches against other clubs.
Eleven: Football Manager Board Game is an economic strategy game set in a world of sport. Your task is to manage and grow your own football club over the course of a season. During the game, you hire staff members, including trainers, physical therapists, PR specialists, and directors.
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Published by Portal Games, Eleven: Football Manager Board Game is a competitive, economic strategy game for one to four players, and will launch for crowdfunding on Gamefound this September. Revealed in a publisher blog post last Friday, the game looks to be inspired by the soccer management videogame series of the same name. You’ll manage a football club across a season, trying to grow it in size, rise up the league table, and convince the club board that you’re the best manager for the ...
Eleven — the number of players you have on the pitch at any given time, with those players making all the difference between being the best team and the wors...