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  1. Overview: This file redefines the English league structure into regional divisions through all the levels, including the top flight. The structure is as follows: Teams can move laterally to make up numbers in the divisions but can never move between the two separate halves of the structure. There are a total of 644 teams in the pyramid, with 262 in the North, and 382 in the South. Premier Leagues: In each of these leagues, each of the 12 teams plays all the others twice each (home and away) for 22 games. After this the leagues split. The top 4 teams in each league create an 8 team championship playoff league, which they keep their existing points going in to. In this mini-league they then play each team home and away to determine a final placing of these top 8 teams. The bottom 8 teams in each league also create their own mini-leagues, playing each other home and away again in order to decide the three teams which are relegated from each half. Again, points from the first stage carry over in to the second half of the season. Much like the real life Scottish premiership, teams from the relegation group cannot overtake teams in the championship playoff in the final standings, even though they might end up on more points from playing the weaker opposition. Below are screenshots from a simulated season showing this all in action. Continental qualification is untouched and goes to the top 7 teams in the championship playoff Championships: Unlike the two premier leagues, the championships operate independently of one another, as do the two structures on all the remaining levels of the pyramid. The Northern and Southern Championships both contain 20 teams, with 3 teams getting promoted (two automatically and one from a 4 team playoff) to the relevant premier league and 4 teams getting relegated (all automatic) to the relevant conference. Conferences: The final fully linear level of each half of the pyramid are the Northern and Southern Conferences. Each of these contains 24 teams. In each half 4 teams gain promotion (3 automatically, one from a 4 team playoff) to the relevant championship. In the Northern Conference, 3 teams are relegated down to the Northern Regional Premier Leagues (North-West Premier League, North-East Premier League, Midlands League 1) and in the Southern Conference, 4 teams are relegated down to the Southern Regional Premier Leagues (Southern League and Central Premier League). Lower Divisions: The remaining divisions, going down to an eight tier are shown above and get increasingly more regional as you go down the levels, down to the Sussex & Wessex County Championship and the Heart of England Championship on the 8th tier of the pyramid. As in the real life structure, it is possible for any team anywhere in the pyramid to get increasingly promoted up to the top flight. A selection of divisions are shown below. Cups: There are a variety of cups throughout the league structures, some national and some regional. National Cups: FA Cup: Contains teams from tiers 1-5 Northern/Southern League Cup: Contains the teams tiers 1-3 in the relevant half FA Community Shield: Between the winner of the Premier League and the FA Cup FA Regional Shield: Contains teams from tiers 4-6 Regional Cups: East Anglian Cup: Contested by teams in the Anglian Premier Division, North Anglian League and South Anglian League. Final played at Carrow Road. Sussex & Wessex Challenge Trophy: Contested by teams in the Sussex and Wessex County Premiership and Championship. Semi-finals and Final played at the Amex Stadium. Southern League Cup: Contested by teams in the Southern League, Southern League West, Southern League East Divisions 1 & 2, Heart of England League and the Heart of England Championship. Final played at Wembley. Central League Cup: Contested by teams in the Central Premier League, Central League East, Central League London and the Greater London County League (best 6 teams only). Final played at Wembley. Midlands Shield: Contested by teams in the Midlands Leagues 1 & 2, the West Midlands League and the East Midlands Premiership and Championship. Final played at Villa Park. North-Western Cup: Contested by teams in the North-Western Premiership and Championship. Final played at Old Trafford. North-Eastern Cup: Contested by teams in the North-Eastern Premiership and Championship, and the Premiership of Yorkshire. Final played at the Stadium of Light. Greater London Cup: Contested by teams in the Central League London and the Greater London County League. Final played at the Emirates Stadium. Youth Setup: All teams have an U23 and an U18 team, although only the teams in the top few tiers have their youth teams play in youth leagues. This is to be added later, however it still allows youth development of players now. Known Issues: The winner of the FA Cup does not yet get qualification to the UEFA Cup Makes Scotland an unplayable nation Download: v1.0 - Regional English Leagues v1.fmf This is my first major database edit so any feedback is greatly appreciated.
  2. Hey guys, I am planning on creating a new nation on football manager editor. In this nation I would like to create local regional leagues, however I do not know how to do this and I have not found any video or information on how to create regional divisions. I wanted to ask if one of you would walk me through how to achieve a workable regional league set up.
  3. Hi guys, apologies if this has been discussed before but I've searched and not come across anything. I want to create a cup competition that fits into the regular season using only teams from Yorkshire (specifically the top 16 or 32 teams in Yorkshire regardless of league). Is this possible? And if so, how? Thanks in advance, Chris
  4. I want to start a save in the Regionalliga, but I've struggling to find I way to create a database with lower leagues. I used the FM 2016 editor as base test. I can do certain aspects, but when it comes to put the play-offs promotions and relegations, I get stuck. So I wonder if there's gonna be anyone is gonna unlock the German Lower leagues? Thanks.
  5. With a week to go until we can finally get our hands on the Editor for this year I thought I'd outline an idea I've had and tried to develop a bit towards the end of FM16. Personally, I like to play with B/C teams in FM but I know not everyone's a fan so I'll be making two versions of this file - with and without (for more info on that see the next post). This started out with getting bored of playing as the Old Firm, winning easily and watching the rest of the league not really develop. Bit like real life really! Even when I'm not actually managing in Scotland - I'm currently in Sweden, and in 7 seasons Celtic have won the title every year and Rangers have come 2nd every year bar one when Aberdeen managed to nick in between. Only Aberdeen, Hibs and Dundee have got in about the 3rd place. So I've tried a few things over the last few years to try and get the smaller teams to develop a bit quicker and challenge more - Celtic Nations system, 16 team system, Old Firm in the English leagues, etc. All tried and tested things that have been kicking about for ages. This year though I've been trying to develop something a bit different after playing a lot in the Brazilian Leagues over the last couple of releases. So the idea is this: 12-Team Ladbrokes Premier, Championship, Leagues 1&2 This means we need an additional 6 teams to come up from the Highland/Lowland Leagues. I decided that relegation/promotion should be in place as it happened last season - meaning Dundee Utd, Livingston, Alloa, Cowdenbeath, Forfar and East Stirlingshire will continue to play in their respective new divisions in this new system. Joining Edinburgh City in League 2 will be the best places 3 teams from H/L in 2015/16: Cove Rangers, Formartine Utd, Brora Rangers, Spartans, Stirling Uni and Cumbernauld Colts. All teams will play each other twice meaning a total of 22 games per division. Highland and Lowland Leagues These will be added as playable divisions but as yet I have no plans to extend the pyramid beyond these leagues. There are plenty of options for Scottish pyramid systems out there (which are amazing!) and to be honest I'm not that keen to implement it here. Promotion/Relegation from League 2 to H/L will be as IRL. EDIT: I think actually with the number of B/C teams from lower divisions some lower leagues may be necessary. Stay tuned! Teams promoted to League 2 from the Lowland League in this new system will not be replaced. The Highland League sees the relegation of Strathspey Thistle, Fort William and Rothes to respective Lower Divisions giving us two 12-team leagues at this level and again 22 games each. Regional Leagues So now we get into fantasy world, with the introduction of nine regional divisions across Scotland. Aberdeen and Grampian Ayrshire and Lanarkshire The Borders, Dumfries and Galloway Dundee and Angus Edinburgh and Lothian Glasgow and Renfrewshire Highlands and Islands East Highlands and Islands West Perthshire, Central Scotland and the Kingdom of Fife Each of these will have its own Premier Division made up of 10 teams that play each other twice. This results in a total of 18 games which combined with the normal leagues makes 40 league games per season. Regions with enough teams will also have multiple tiers and promotion/relegation of 1 team per season. So what happens with the cups? The William Hill Scottish Cup Remains as is, with champions qualifying for Europe. The Betfred League Cup The League Cup becomes a pseudo-Super Cup for the best two teams from each regional Premier Division. The 18 teams are divided into 6 groups of 3 teams and play each other once, with the group winners and two best 2nd placed teams qualifying for the Quarter Final. Current League Cup rules apply, with group stage matches going straight to penalties and 1 or 2 points being awarded for a draw. The IRN BRU Challenge Cup Remains much the same, but includes Labrokes Premiership teams who did not qualify for the Betfred League Cup instead of the Welsh / Northern Irish best placed. This also means that teams from the Championship downwards who qualify for the Betfred League Cup will not qualify for this competition. (I.e. these two competitions are now related to the regional divisions and not the standard league system). I'm also thinking about including a Caledonian or Highland Shield (if you have a better idea for a name give me a shout! Holland have the "Johan Cruijff Schaal", this could open a can of worms here about the best player to grace Scottish football so let's not go there eh? We all know it has to be the Rafael Scheidt Cup...). This competition would be for the winners of the Ladbrokes Premiership and the Scottish Cup. FINAL VERSIONS: Scottish Regional System_242FF602-2C9A-4315-938F-C94C01A8776B.fmf Scottish Regional System with B Teams_91A05665-B1AA-42AB-A730-126312B38E6C.fmf
  6. OK not as verbose as previous years but... Anyone doing anything? I plan to do Lincs & Humber from scratch but struggling to tackle the Hull dominance due to their recent PL money input and the vast difference to other clubs. I feel I have a few options 1. Start a "sister" hull team with no players but all the same reputation and money. 2. Not add Hull at all but add all other local teams from the Hull area to represent the North of the Humber. See my usual league boundry (see appendix A) 3. Add Hull but take sever measures to balance them enough to ensure they lose equivalent games in the first season to Scunthorpe. 4. Leave things as they are and let them dominate for a few seasons. Having skipped the last game I thought it best to start from scratch, also will be fun. I will also try and do Grimsby Boro in some detail, as I usual mange that team. I also populate Cleethorpes Town to some degree too. So anyone else doing anything? I doubt I will do a signup but you never know next summer when things need a bit of variety. Appendix A http://imgur.com/a/uukG6
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