Bygfoot Football Manager – manage a football team

Bygfoot Football Manager is a football management game.

Bygfoot allows you to manage a team by training the players, buying and selling them, contracting loans, maintaining the stadium, etc. You can be promoted or relegated, even become a champion if you’re a skillful manager.

The game is deliberately kept simple (though not easy): you only have to keep one eye at your players and another at your stadium.

Features include:

  • Customise Bygfoot by writing a country definitions file or by creating your own team definitions files.
  • For hardcore football manager fans (the game concentrates on gameplay instead of graphics).
  • Multiple tables in leagues.
  • Joined leagues.
  • Newspaper feature.
  • Variable round robins for cups and variable breaks between round robins.
  • Internationalization support – translations for Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.

Website: bygfoot.sourceforge.io
Support: Forum
Developer: Gyozo Both, Mark Lawrenz
License: GNU GPL

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