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[WIP] England 1888-89 (First Football League Ever)

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Soooo I am starting a new project were I am going to try and make the first ever Football League.

I am pretty close to release a Beta.

I am planning to add Stadiums, Players, All that kind of stuff

Structure

1. Football League :D

2. I am Very Tempted to make Football Alliance too, But that was announced 1889-90 so I want your opinion If I should add It.

 

Teams:

Football League

  • Accrington
  • Aston Villa
  • Blackburn
  • Bolton
  • Burnley
  • Derby
  • Everton
  • Notts County
  • Preston
  • Stoke
  • West Brom
  • Wolves

Football Alliance

  • Birmingham St Georges (Disbaned 1892, Financial Troubles)
  • Bootle
  • Crewe Alexandra
  • Darwen (Dissolved 2009)
  • Grimsby
  • Long Eaton Rangers
  • Newton Heath (Now Man UTD)
  • Nottm Forest
  • Small Heath (Now Birmingham City)
  • Sunderland Albion FC 
  • The Wednesday (Now Sheffield Wednesday)
  • Walsall Town Shifts (Now Walsall)

 

I Definitely want to do more of these kind of Databases in the Future! Like The Netherlands 1888-89 Etc.

 

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Would definitely be interested in this.

As an aside, did you remove your Iceland database?

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Just now, DazRTaylor said:

Would definitely be interested in this.

As an aside, did you remove your Iceland database?

Yes, Sorry that I didn't say that I removed It Because a lot of People had Issues with Holidays and League Cups, and at that moment I didn't have enough time/motivation to fix It. I will Re-create It In the future again.

And since i learned more about using the editor i think It won't happen again :D 

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I started making the same database for FM17! A nice touch is to set the teams favoured formations to 2-3-5 or 1-4-5. It's also nice that you can get the kits pretty much spot on, Derby was the hardest to get right.

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