The Best Football Games for PC and Mobiles

The beautiful sport will always have a place in our hearts and, how could it be otherwise, also in our thumbs. There are lots of types of online football games; from online video games to online slots.


For football fans, there is also a game combining the live roulette with football, providing the Live Football Roulette game, developed by Playtech. There are also different football slots created by top developers, like the Football Star slot by Microgaming, creator of Mega Moolah slot, or NetEnt’s Super Striker slot.


There are lots of online football games dedicated to specific tournaments, such as the World Cup, the Champions League, or  different National Leagues. Below, we list the best football games for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch and Android and iPhone mobiles that have passed through our hands.


The EA classic continues to be recycled year after year and, starting from a base that has been successful for decades, from there it can only go up. In FIFA 20 they also added the option to enjoy street soccer with Volta, so it’s one of the most complete options you can find for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Android and iPhone.

Flick Kick Football Legends

One of those iOS and Android mobile games that escape the slot machine fever to offer us a style that is as original as it is addictive. The idea is to create our own team and, with what we earn from playing well and managing better, buy cards with new players to get new skills that help us win.

Football Strike

That’s one of the most fun football games for Android and iPhone with the highest rating. Here the idea is to slide your finger on the screen to score with the best shots while you measure your skill against other players.


Inazuma Eleven

Nintendo’s RPG saga is a completely different way of approaching the football phenomenon, but no less fun for that. Its story will delight those who grew up with Oliver and Benji and its matches are addictive enough to make you want to get back on the pitch.



30 years after its first release, but its graphics haven’t aged particularly well and its gameplay is still just as fun and it’s highly recommended to have a good time with a friend.


Large Libero

More than 20 years ago, the Japanese Namco messed things up and decided to launch its own football game. First for arcades and then for the first PlayStation, Libero Grande proposed that we play with a single player, the libero, instead of controlling the entire team. A fantastic idea that games like FIFA tried to copy years later.


New Star Soccer

One of those rarities that, despite how much it could throw you back today, you should try sooner or later. New Star Soccer invited us to control a player and follow his footsteps beyond the field, thus becoming a sort of soccer star RPG that we still have very good memories of.


PC Soccer

Another one that has significant doses of nostalgia is the PC Soccer 5.0 franchise. Here, although everyone will have their favorite edition of it, we are left with PC Fútbol 5.0, the mythical installment from the time when Ronaldo played for Barça and the irreplaceable Michael Robinson stole a smile from us with his comments.

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