One of the most popular franchises ever in Great Britain and Ireland, Football Manager at one point could only be developed for PC because of the sheer number of mathematical equations needed to create the most complete football manager simulator on the market.

My, how technology has changed. Sports Interactive and SEGA bring the latest version of their legendary franchise to Nintendo Switch, the first console release for the franchise since the 2009 edition graced the Xbox 360.

Football Manager Touch 2018 will put you in the charge of any club from the leagues of over 50 countries across the world.  FM2018 will give you total control over tactics, team selection and team talks.

Football Manager Touch 2018 was created from the ground up with the Switch in mind, including support for both the touchscreen and Joy-Con™ controllers, allowing the experience to be enjoyed in both docked and mobile modes.

Football Manager Touch 2018 is out now for Nintendo Switch.


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