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Football Manager Handheld
Box artwork for Football Manager Handheld.
Developer(s)Sports Interactive
Publisher(s)Sega Europe
Release date(s)
ModesSingle player
PEGI: PEGI 3.png Ages 3+
SeriesFootball Manager (Sports Interactive)
TwitchFootball Manager Handheld Channel

Football Manager Handheld was first released on April 13, 2006. It is part of the Football Manager (Sports Interactive) series. This was Sports Interactive's first ever game for a handheld console. Due to the hardware constraints of the PSP platform this game is a cut-down version of the standard Football Manager 2006 with a choice of just 6 playable leagues/countries and a total of 15 playable divisions.

Playable leagues[edit]

  • England: Premier, Championship, League One, League Two, Blue Square Premier
  • France: Ligue 1, Ligue 2
  • Germany: Bundesliga 1, Bundesliga 2
  • Netherlands: Eredivisie, Eerste Divisie
  • Italy: Serie A, Serie B
  • Spain: Primera División, Segunda División

Version differences[edit]

  • There is no multiplayer mode in FM Handheld.
  • Each game is playable for a maximum of 30 seasons.
  • Team squads are limited to 36 players, again due to technical constraints.
  • There was originally no database editor, though this was included in Football Manager Handheld 2007.
  • There was originally no 2D match engine, though this was included in Football Manager Handheld 2009.

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