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Have a ball with Football Manager 2023 on iPhone and Mac


Have a ball with Football Manager 2023 on iPhone and Mac
Show you have the chops to manage a world-class football club.
Photo: Sega

With the FIFA World Cup a week away, the latest version of the Sega’s hugely popular sports management game Football Manager 2023 launched for a range of Apple devices. Play to find out if you have what it takes to take a club to the top.

It’s available as a stand-alone app or as part of Apple Arcade.

Prove you have what it takes with Football Manager 2023

Many football fans secretly believe they would do a better job managing their favorite club than the current one. Football Manager 2023 is a chance to prove it.

Players can choose from among more than 120 leagues from the world’s biggest soccer nations. Then work with a scouting team to sign superstars or unearth new talent.

On match days, inspire players while also guiding the strategy. Do well and and your club could take part in the UEFA Champions League.

Sega Football Manager 2023 Touch
In Football Manager 2023 Touch, you’re running a club, not playing football.
Screenshot: Sega

Play on iPhone or Mac

Sega released two version of the game. Football Manager 2023 Mobile is a standalone app for iPhone and iPad. It’s in the App Store now for $9.99 plus in-app purchases.

Alternatively, Apple Arcade subscribers can play Football Manager 2023 Touch. It comes along with a $4.99-per-month subscription to Apple’s gaming service, and there are no in-app purchases required.

The Arcade version is playable on iPhone and iPad, plus it is the only one that’s available for Mac and Apple TV. Download it now from the App Store.


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