Football Manager 2011 launches on iPad

Friday, 6th May 2011 10:26 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Sega’s announced that Football Manager 2011 is now available on iPad.

The game will feature 11 leagues with 34 playable divisions, a tactics system that is “easy to use,” player training, social integration via Twitter, an in-game tutorial and more, as well as a “car/stadium finder,” which will let users find where they “parked their car, or got off the train or bus, to football grounds in England, Scotland, France, Italy, Germany & Spain and back again.”

All data in FM2011 is up to date with that from the January transfer window, meaning rosters and line-ups will be available from that point. Players do have the option to start the game from the beginning of the current season with the correct data at that point, though.

For those who have the game already on iPhone and iPad, a free update is available to support iPad, making it a universal app. Otherwise, it’s £6.99 or €9.99 for the pleasure.



  1. OlderGamer

    Wish they had more games like this for American Football. We had a couple of Headcoach games from EA, but they were mostly under developed and didn’t offer too much fun, imo.

    #1 4 years ago

    Sports Interactive used to make an NHL management sim, but shut it down, claiming piracy as a reason.

    #2 4 years ago
  3. Marc Vaughan

    If you’re looking for an American sport version of Football Manager on iOS devices then it might interest you to know that ‘Out of the Park Baseball’ has just been released on the iPhone/iTouch (also is iPad compatible with an HD GUI coming in a later update) …… its available in the iTunes store now.

    (if iOOTP does well then I expect other developers of American sims will consider following suit ….)

    #3 4 years ago
  4. OlderGamer

    Thnx for the tip Marc.

    #4 4 years ago

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