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  1. I'm not really sure. I haven't tested this file alone without the Asian club competitions file that I've made & which causes the competitions' reputations to become static in the first place. U could test it in game urself & go on holidays for a couple of years to see if the reputations change or not
  2. if u still want Australian clubs to play in Asian clubs competitions, I've made a quick fix in my custom file of AFC club competitions and the OFC club competitions so that Australian clubs can partitipate in AFC Champions League, AFC Cup & also AFF Super League instead of O-League. U hv to dwload & use both files in addition to the alternate version file that I've uploaded earlier. Here u go : - NBL Continental Comps - Asia (Alt - Aus) .fmf NBL Continental Comps - Oceania (Alt).fmf
  3. They are still compatible I believe but clubs in Australia won't participate in Asian clubs competitions because the club competitions custom file is a separate file. But if u still want Australian clubs to play in Asian clubs competitions, I've made a quick fix in my custom file of AFC club competitions and the OFC club competitions so that Australian clubs can partitipate in AFC Champions League, AFC Cup & also AFF Super League instead of O-League. U hv to dwload & use both files in addition to the alternate version file that I've uploaded earlier. Here u go : - NBL Continental Comps - Asia (Alt - Aus) .fmf NBL Continental Comps - Oceania (Alt).fmf
  4. So as they are a few requests, I've put back Australia in Asia. With the new file, Australia will be in the AFC Nations League and AFF Suzuki Cup. There are two versions of the file, version 1 is where Australia B enters the AFF Suzuki Cup as I think they are too strong in comparison with the Southeast Asian nations (that's why in real life they do not participate in the tournament). Version 2 is where the main national team of Australia enters the tournament. I've also uploaded a compressed folder which will make the continent option in the pre-game editor changeable. Just extract the compressed file and move the folder to C:\users\Documents\Sports Interactive\Editor 2020 (by default) Here you go! NBL International Comps - Asia (Alt) 1.fmf NBL International Comps - Asia (Alt) 2.fmf FM20 Editor skins.rar
  5. No, there's no need to rebuild the exisiting competitions at all. When you change Australia's continent to Oceania in the database, it will automatically enter all Oceanian competitions including the OFC Nations Cup and World Cup Qualifying for Oceania. They will still play the World Cup Qualifying for Asia from 2019 to 2021 bcoz it's still ongoing but after that, they won't participate in the Asian section and any other AFC competitions.
  6. If you want to do that, you have to remake all the UEFA club competitions (Champions, Europa & Conference League) in addition to the competitions that I've made so it's more complicated. Besides, that's my initial idea, to move the eliminated teams from the upper level club competitons to the regional competitions, just like what I've done in my other continents' club competitons. But i don't want to touch the existing UEFA club competitions as their format is already perfect as it is.
  7. It will take a few steps to do that. If u are familiar with advanced rules, u can load up the file in the pre-game editor & explore the the structure that I've made & modify it urself. If u found any problem doing that, I can help u
  8. In the pre-game editor, I add hidden league stages and in the general options you can choose the option to sort teams based on division's reputation. I used advanced rules of course. I was inspired by the discussions in this thread : Credits to @krlenjushka for the his idea
  9. Ok, tq for the info. I didn't know that. Nonetheless, that's real life situation. But this file is a little bit in "fantasy" situation because in FM world, anything can happen
  10. Yeah, I know in reality Australia are part of Asian Football Confederation (AFC). But this file is edited according to my preferences and besides, I've also edited and uploaded Asian competitions where Australian teams are excluded.
  11. No the changes are not according to real life. They are according to my personal preferences. Yes, I think this is one of the most accurate ones or you can just download the original version of this file done by @Timo61 which is also almost accurate to real life rules :
  12. 6 levels of divisions in Germany with 20 teams in the top three divisions plus regional cups This custom file is a modified version of the original one done by @Timo@ : [FM20] Deutschland bis Landesliga (D6)+Regionale Pokale - by @Timo@ Modifications made : - Bundesliga, 2. Bundesliga and 3. Liga now have 20 teams DFB Pokal : - Version 1 : - Expanded to include all teams from divisions 1 to 5 and a few teams from division 6. Format includes qualifying rounds, a group stage followed by knockout rounds. Teams that have qualified for UEFA club competitions or top 8 Bundesliga teams enter in the first knockout round. Prize money is increased substantially. So more fixtures for almost all clubs. Version 2 : - Format is only knockout rounds starting from 128 clubs which includes clubs from the top 3 divisions, winners of all regional cups and a few clubs from the 4th division. Prize money is unchanged. In this version, clubs have more or less the same number of fixtures as in the original version but much less fixtures that version 1. Wanderpokal : Cup for all II teams (Bayern II, HSV II, etc…) DFB Pokal-Junioren : Expanded for all U19 teams More awards at leagues and national level Other than these modifications, the rest remains the same as the original version. Credit to @Timo@ for his excellent work on the original custom file. Enjoy the custom files and your feedbacks are much appreciated. DOWNLOAD DFB Pokal in Version 1 DFB Pokal in Version 2
  13. Continental club competitions at regional level for clubs in Europe UEFA Regional Club Cup (URCC) There will be the new UEFA Conference League, the tertiary level continental club competition in Europe after the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League. So I’ve decided to add the UEFA Regional Club Cup (URCC) which consist of four competitions for four regions of Europe : Central, East, South and North and they will be the bottom level continental club competition in Europe. The competitions are : URCC Central : For clubs from the Central European nations URCC East : For clubs from the Eastern European nations URCC North : For clubs from the Northern European nations including the Scandinavian nations and UK & Ireland URCC South : For clubs from the Southern European nations including the Balkan nations The next best placed clubs that did not qualify for the top UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League and UEFA Conference League qualify for these competitions. The format of each competitions is a group stage of 16 teams followed by knockout rounds with reasonable prize money. Some competitions allow more than one team to qualify which is given to leagues with higher reputation (next best placed teams). UEFA Europa Shield The winners of the four URCCs and UEFA Conference League qualify for the UEFA Europa Shield which will be held at neutral venues in July and August every year. Notes : - The nations are grouped in the region geographically and to ensure that the number of nations in each region is balance The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation in the default database. The reputation changes every year by default so leagues ranking are dynamic which means the qualification places of a nation could be changed each year. Clubs from the top 5 leagues with the highest reputation will not qualify for URCC as there are already a lot of qualification places in the top three UEFA club competitions for these nations. By default, the top 5 nations are Spain, England, Germany, Italy & France. However, the ranking could change because as previously mentioned, the qualification places are sorted based on the leagues’ reputation. Enjoy the custom files and your feedbacks are much appreciated. DOWNLOAD
  14. Modified and expanded the OFC Champions League in Oceania OFC Champions League The format of the OFC Champions League is modified and expanded to mirror the UEFA Champions League with qualifying, playoff rounds, a group stage of 32 teams and knockout rounds. All league winners in the continent qualify for this competition. The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation. Leagues with higher reputation have more than one club qualify (best placed teams). The winner of this competition qualifies automatically for the next year’s group stage. The prize money is significantly increased to minimize the difference with European competitions. Pacific Cup of Champions A friendly super cup where the winner of the OFC Champions League faces one winner from random leagues of nations besides the Pacific Ocean (USA, Japan, South Korea, etc…) which is held at Hawaii in August every year. Notes : - I’ve decided that Australian clubs to play in competitions in their original continent so Australian clubs will enter the O-League The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation in the default database. The reputation changes every year by default so theoretically, leagues ranking are dynamic which means the qualification places of a nation could be changed each year. However, after years of test simulation in game, I’ve noticed that the leagues’ and cups’ reputation in the continent remains unchanged whereas in Europe where I’ve not edited the leagues’ reputation, the divisons’ and cups’ reputation change each year. This is a known issue that has been reported a few times before in the previous FMs and I’ve considered it as a bug. Enjoy the custom files and your feedbacks are much appreciated. DOWNLOAD I recommend to also download my custom files on Asian club competitions to ensure Australian clubs don't enter Asian competitions :
  15. Modified and expanded the CONCACAF Champions League, CONCACAF League and CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship in North America CONCACAF Champions League The format of the CONCACAF Champions League is modified and expanded to mirror the UEFA Champions League with qualifying, playoff rounds, a group stage of 32 teams and knockout rounds. All league winners in the continent qualify for this competition. The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation. Leagues with higher reputation have more than one club qualify (best placed teams). The winner of this competition qualifies automatically for the next year’s group stage. The prize money is significantly increased to minimize the difference with European competitions. CONCACAF League & CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship CONCACAF League : For clubs from Central and North American regions CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship : For clubs from the Caribbean region The format is modified and expanded to have a group stage and knockout rounds. The losers of qualifying & playoff rounds of the CONCACAF Champions League enter this competition. The winners of the main domestic cup of each nation qualify for this competition. Leagues with higher reputation have more than one club qualify (next best placed teams). The winner of these competitions qualifies automatically for the next year’s CONCACAF Champions League group stage. The prize money is also significantly increased. CONCACAF Super Cup The winners of the CONCACAF Champions League, CONCACAF League and CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship qualify for CONCACAF Super Cup which is held at neutral venues in July and August every year. Notes : - The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation in the default database. The reputation changes every year by default so theoretically, leagues ranking are dynamic which means the qualification places of a nation could be changed each year. However, after years of test simulation in game, I’ve noticed that the leagues’ and cups’ reputation in the continent remains unchanged whereas in Europe where I’ve not edited the leagues’ reputation, the divisons’ and cups’ reputation change each year. This is a known issue that has been reported a few times before in the previous FMs and I’ve considered it as a bug. Enjoy the custom files and your feedbacks are much appreciated. DOWNLOAD
  16. Modified and expanded the AFC Champions League and AFC Cup and also added a few regional club competitions in Asia AFC Champions League The format of the AFC Champions League is modified and expanded to mirror the UEFA Champions League with qualifying, playoff rounds, a group stage of 32 teams and knockout rounds. All league winners in the continent qualify for this competition. The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation. Leagues with higher reputation have more than one club qualify (best placed teams). The winner of this competition qualifies automatically for the next year’s group stage. The prize money is significantly increased to minimize the difference with European competitions. AFC Cup The format of the AFC Cup is modified and expanded to mirror the UEFA Europa League with qualifying, playoff rounds, a group stage of 48 teams and knockout rounds. The losers of qualifying & playoff rounds & the 3rd place clubs from the group stage of the AFC Champions League enter this competition. The winners of the main domestic cup of each nation qualify for this competition. Leagues with higher reputation have more than one club qualify (next best placed teams). The winner of this competition qualifies automatically for the next year’s AFC Champions League group stage. The prize money is also significantly increased. Regional Club Competitions The losers of the qualifying & playoff rounds of the AFC Cup enter the competitions. If there are none, the next best placed clubs qualify. Some nations also have the league cup winners that qualify. The regional club competitions are : - EAFF Champions Cup : For clubs from East Asian nations WAFF Challenge Trophy : For clubs from West Asian nations AFF Super League : For clubs from Southeast Asian nations CAFA Club Cup : For clubs from Central Asian nations SAFF Club Cup : For clubs from South Asian nations The format of each competitions is a group stage followed by knockout rounds with reasonable prize money. Some competitions allow more than one team to qualify which is given to leagues with higher reputation (next best placed teams). AFC Super Cup The winners of the AFC Champions League, AFC Cup and all 5 regional club competitions qualify for AFC Super Cup which is held at neutral venues at the start of every year. Notes : - Australian clubs will not participate in AFC competitions as I’ve decided to move Australia back to Oceania The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation which I’ve edited to match the latest AFC Club Competition Ranking. The reputation changes every year by default so theoretically, leagues ranking are dynamic which means the qualification places of a nation could be changed each year. However, after years of test simulation in game, I’ve noticed that the leagues’ and cups’ reputation in the continent remains unchanged whereas in Europe where I’ve not edited the leagues’ reputation, the divisons’ and cups’ reputation change each year. This is a known issue that has been reported a few times before in the previous FMs and I’ve considered it as a bug. Enjoy the custom files and your feedbacks are much appreciated. DOWNLOAD
  17. Modified and expanded the CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup and also added a few regional club competitions in Africa CAF Champions League The format of the CAF Champions League is modified and expanded to mirror the UEFA Champions League with qualifying, playoff rounds, a group stage of 32 teams and knockout rounds. All league winners in the continent qualify for this competition. The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation. Leagues with higher reputation have more than one club qualify (best placed teams). The winner of this competition qualifies automatically for the next year’s group stage. The prize money is significantly increased to minimize the difference with European competitions. CAF Confederation Cup The format of the CAF Confederation Cup is modified and expanded to mirror the UEFA Europa League with qualifying, playoff rounds, a group stage of 48 teams and knockout rounds. The losers of qualifying & playoff rounds & the 3rd place clubs from the group stage of the CAF Champions League enter this competition. The winners of the main domestic cup of each nation qualify for this competition. Leagues with higher reputation have more than one club qualify (next best placed teams). The winner of this competition qualifies automatically for the next year’s CAF Champions League group stage. The prize money is also significantly increased. Regional Club Competitions The losers of the qualifying & playoff rounds of the CAF Confederation Cup enter the competitions. If there are none, the next best placed clubs qualify. Some nations also have the league cup winners that qualify. The regional club competitions are : - UNAF Champions Cup : For clubs from North African nations Kagame Interclub Cup : For clubs from East African nations UNIFFAC Club Cup : For clubs from Central African nations Eyadema Unity Cup : For clubs from West African nations COSAFA Club Cup : For clubs from South African nations The format of each competitions is a group stage followed by knockout rounds with reasonable prize money. Some competitions allow more than one team to qualify which is given to leagues with higher reputation (next best placed teams). CAF Super Cup The winners of the CAF Champions League, CAF Confederation Cup and all 5 regional club competitions qualify for CAF Super Cup which is held at neutral venues in July and August every year. Notes : - The qualification places are sorted based on the divisions’ reputation which I’ve edited to match the latest CAF 5-Year Ranking. The reputation changes every year by default so theoretically, leagues ranking are dynamic which means the qualification places of a nation could be changed each year. However, after years of test simulation in game, I’ve noticed that the leagues’ and cups’ reputation in the continent remains unchanged whereas in Europe where I’ve not edited the leagues’ reputation, the divisons’ and cups’ reputation change each year. This is a known issue that has been reported a few times before in the previous FMs and I’ve considered it as a bug. Enjoy the custom files and your feedbacks are much appreciated. DOWNLOAD
  18. An international tournament for South and North American and Oceanian nations I’ve noticed that after the World Cup, nations from Oceania, South and North America have no competitive fixtures during the international fixtures windows and they always play meaningless friendlies during this period. Whereas for the European nations, they have the UEFA Nations League to play after a major tournament. So I’ve decided to create the Global Challenge Cup, an international tournament contested between all 10 South American nations, 11 best ranked North American nations and 3 best ranked Oceanian nations so that they have competitive matches to play during the period after the World Cup. The tournament will be held every four years starting in September 2022. The group stage is consisted of 6 groups of 4 and matches are played home and away during the September, October and November international windows. Top 2 teams and 4 best 3rd placed teams advanced to the knockout rounds played in June the next year at a host nation. The competition has a high reputation so performing well in this tournament can boost the national team ranking. Also I’ve added the Superclásico de las Américas, the friendly trophy that is contested between the two giants of South America, Brazil and Argentina. The match is played every year in July at a neutral stadium from all across the world. Enjoy the custom files and your feedbacks are much appreciated. DOWNLOAD
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