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Developer(s)Hattrick Limited
Designer(s)originally Björn Holmér, now Johan Gustafson
Platform(s)Browser game
Release30 August 1997 (V.1)
Mode(s)Multiplayer online game

Hattrick is a browser-basedmassively multiplayer onlinefootball management game developed in Sweden and started in 1997. Currently the game contains 133 different countries plus the Hattrick International (only for HT-Supporters), each with its own league pyramid, and 53 different language versions. As of December 2018, the community of the game has about 230,000 users world wide, each with their own team. The number peaked in February 2009 with almost one million users.[1]Hattrick has arranged 69 seasons as far as December 2018 (each of which lasts about four months).

The game is free to play, though there is an optional premium supporter service that provides additional features, as well as a mobile service, both available by in-game purchase. As with any manager game, the player must assign positions to the players and choose among some basic tactical and strategic options. According to third-party web analytics providers Alexa and SimilarWeb, Hattrick is rated as the 360th and 584th most visited website in Italy respectively, as of July 2015.[2][3] SimilarWeb rates the site as the most visited fantasy sports website globally, attracting almost 4.6 million visitors per month.[3][4]


Hattrick Screenshot (Old design - 2006)

Gameplay revolves around managing a football team, tasking the player with buying and selling players, setting the team's lineup, or expanding the arena to the perfect size, with each player having a team of their own. Many different types of teams exist within Hattrick, with team types generally shaped by the training program set up by the player, as well as the formations played. Each included country has a league, which is divided into series. The series below the main divisions are also groups, where teams play each other in two legs, the number of sets and groups are defined according to the number of users in the country. Each included country also has a national cup that is played by all teams through a knockout system. The winners of the top division and cup of each country gain spots in the Hattrick Masters.


In April 2012, Hattrick Holdings was purchased by Zattikka, a casual gaming developer based in the United Kingdom, as part of its strategy to acquire established but 'under-exploited' online games.[5] As a preparation for the sale to Zattikka, the developers declared that they won't improve core features of the game for the foreseeable future (postponing the announced new staff system for instance), but instead focus on improving the experience for newbies coming into the game, as well as attracting new members and adding things (like hattrick gears) that users can pay for. The philosophy to not be able to pay for success still stands. In August 2013 the old owner group of Hattrick (which includes HT-Johan and HT-Daniel) reached an agreement with Zattikka to buy back the game.[6]


Hattrick has been studied academically, for example being used in a University of Helsinki case study into whether online simulation games, such as Hattrick, could be used as a business model for online betting and gambling businesses.[7] The conclusion was 'Online gambling on simulated sport events is a very interesting proposition with good prospects in the future; further research and piloting projects are however needed before one can give any conclusive answer to the actual future value of such services.'

It has also been used as the basis for a Lund University academic paper, 'Time Extraction from Real-time Generated Football Reports',[8] presented at the Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics in Tartu, Estonia, 2007.


  1. ^van den Hoek, László (February 2012). 'Graphs'(PHP). Maptrick. Retrieved 16 April 2012.
  2. ^'hattrick.org Site Overview'. Alexa. Retrieved 1 August 2015.
  3. ^ ab'hattrick.org Analytics'. SimilarWeb. Retrieved 30 July 2015.
  4. ^'Top 50 sites in the world for Sports > Fantasy Sports'. SimilarWeb. Retrieved 1 August 2015.
  5. ^Lunden, Ingrid (16 April 2012). 'Europe's Zynga? Social Games Co. Zattikka Raises $20M On AIM, Buys Hattrick, Concept Art House And Sneaky Games'. TechCrunch. Retrieved 16 April 2012.
  6. ^'Zattikka enters administration, sells assets'. gamesindustry.biz.
  7. ^New Business in Computer-mediated Communities. (Helsinki, 2004) (Patrik Ajalin, Tomas Granö, and Kaj Nyberg) Available: http://www.cs.hut.fi/~rsarvas/Sarvas_etal_NewBusiness.pdf Accessed: 11 May 2008.
  8. ^Title: Time Extraction from Real-time Generated Football Reports (Borg, Markus) Description: Proceedings of the 16th Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics NODALIDA-2007. Editors: Joakim Nivre, Heiki-Jaan Kaalep, Kadri Muischnek and Mare Koit. University of Tartu, Tartu, 2007. ISBN978-9985-4-0513-0 (online) ISBN978-9985-4-0514-7 (CD-ROM) pp. 37-43. Available: hdl:10062/2516 Accessed: 13 May 2008.

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Bundesliga Manager Professional

DOS - 1991

Also available on: Amiga - Atari ST

4.12 / 5 - 34 votes

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The Manager is an excellent soccer simulation game that is unfortunately much less popular than Championship Manager, current champion of the genre.

While Bundesliga Manager, the game’s German league equivalent, sells very well in Europe and is being continually updated, this England league counterpart was discontinued years ago. That the game’s relative anonymity is undeserved is obvious from the first few minutes you spend with the game.

For starter, it includes accurate statistics for the players and clubs in the 1992/1993 Premier League season in England. As manager of a Division 3 club, your job is to lead the team up through the ladder, finishing up hopefully as the Premier League champion. The range of control is comprehensive: you decide on the tactics to use for each match, as well as managerial tasks such as negotiation contracts with star players and sponsors, and investing in stadium expansions.

One of the neat details that make the game memorable for me is how the game represents each match. Although the game’s emphasis is definitely on coaching and managing the team, it doesn’t present match results in static screens as you would expect. Instead, you will see animations of players on the screen, with each important event (such as scoring, of course) depicted very fluidly. You can turn these graphical extras off if you want, but to me they really enliven the gameplay and are even exciting to watch. The only other game I can recall from the same period that animates matches like this is On The Ball, but The Manager is a couple of years older.

With accurate statistics, excellent game engine, a solid gameplay, and plenty of nice little touches, The Manager belongs in the top echelon of soccer simulators. It may not boast as much production value as Championship Manager, but if you are looking for a pleasant game with no frills, it ranks up there with the best. Highly recommended!

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Jamaica2018-06-031 point

This is only the english Version of the game called 'Manager' and not the German game as titled here and shown in the screenshots above. Unfortunately the Bundeslige Manager Professional is not available here :(

Olpuh5672016-03-18-5 points

its a noob game

Luke2014-03-060 point DOS version

It is not 'Bundesliga Manager Professional'.
It's the english version 'The Manager'.

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