Welcome to Elite Football League
For years you have wanted to test yourself against the best, week in week out... Well, now is that chance. Will you find your level playing each season in Division Three, or can you cut it and be crowned Elite League Champions?
The Elite League is where the big money is, it's where the best players play, it's also where the best managers belong. Will you be named top boss? Will your team be the one everyone wants to beat? Can you get your tactics right when it really matters? We all think we are a top manager. Now we give you the league to prove it.
Join us in what should be an exciting 18th season: Four Divisions, Elite FA Cup, Elite League Cup, Top Games, Shock Results, Online Transfer Market/Scout Missions and more.
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Latest NewsSeason 17 Champions!
Elite: Real Madrid
Div 1: Hearts
Div 2: Benfica
Div 3: Werder Bremen
FA Cup: Marseille
League Cup: Real Madrid
All Season 17 results can now be viewed in the Archive.
Next fixtureLeague Week 4 - Mon 17 Mar
Teamsheet deadline: Sun 16 Mar, 20:00
Manager Reactions - Elite FA Cup Group Game 2Perry (Hearts): Great win but i'm in debt after the ridiculous number of away fixtures in the first half of the season
Glen (Valencia): Aston Villa 0 - Valencia 1. Don't think the scoreline reflected the game TBH, Villa had 10 men for the best part of 90 mins. We had 21 shots to Villa's 3 and a massive 63% possesion as well and their keeper was their star man, says it all really! Good win and a solid perfomance with our reserves stepping up yet again.
Alrawi (Real Madrid): There is no weak team in the Cup great match from Charlie (Osasuna) they manage to match us all the game but my quality players change the game at the end
Neilson (Celtic FC): Cocked this one up, when Garde was sent off i brought on a MF instead of a DF by mistake and it cost me.
Manager Reactions - Elite League Cup 1st RoundHaldane (Aberdeen): Very pleased with that, a great start to the season. Looks like the trick was to keep 11 men on the pitch!
Abbott (Lyon): Bit of a scare but pleased to get through albeit from the penalty spot.
Stonehouse (Tottenham): Fantastic. Really important to start my tenure with a win.
Neilson (Celtic FC): Did what we needed to do against a team who came and parked the bus for 90 minutes.
Lobozinski (Juventus): pleased with 1-0 away win at Sporting. Some good performances from few of my up and coming future starts