How to Add Leagues on Football Manager 2017
There are a number of ways you can add leagues and nations to your game. One of these is by changing your save game preferences. You can do this by going to the ‘Save Game’ menu and clicking on ‘Add/Delete Nations’. After that, you can change the leagues and nations you want.
Create an eighth tier in the English football pyramid
The English football pyramid is a bizarre system. The Premier League is the highest level, while the rest of the pyramid is much lower. Each tier is linked by promotion and relegation, meaning that teams who do well move up the pyramid, while teams who do poorly move down. So every year there is a minor upheaval of the hierarchy. It’s not uncommon for a team from a lower division to rise to the Premier League.
The English football pyramid is structured in such a way that teams can be promoted or relegated through the National League System. Each level is based on points, so teams that accumulate the most points at the top level are promoted. Teams that have the least points are relegated. When a team wants to join the pyramid, they must contact the FA to find out which league they should play in. It’s likely that they’ll end up in the lower part of the pyramid.
Remove unwanted leagues from your save game
In the Football Manager 2017 game, you can remove unwanted leagues to speed up your save game. By default, FM 2017 will allow you to load all leagues, but if you have too many, you may want to remove some leagues in order to speed up your save game. You can load only the leagues you wish to play in, or just the leagues you want to scout for players. You can also go into the Advanced Options menu and untick “Do not add key staff”. This will only add the minimum roles at each club, which will make it easier to save the game.
After you have chosen your preferred nations, select a league to play. For example, England has six playable leagues, while Holland has two. You can also choose to load the lower divisions from the country. This way, you can manage players from all the different teams, but still play the games of your preferred league.
Speed up your save game
If you’ve been wanting to speed up your save game when adding leagues in Football Manager 2017, there are several steps you can take to increase the speed. First, make sure to choose the number of leagues you want to add to your game. The smaller number of leagues you have, the faster your save will be.
You can also choose the advanced options, which allow you to load more players at once. This is particularly useful if you want to add players from a particular nation or division. Other useful options are regions and nations.
When playing the latest version of Football Manager 2017, adding leagues to your save files is possible. This feature is available only for PC users. Adding additional leagues to your save files will cause the game to run slower. If you want to manage in more than one nation, you will need to save your game in multiple locations.
You can create new leagues and sub-divisions by adding existing or new teams. In addition, you can add teams to new competitions and domestic cup competitions. In the European version, you can even create smaller clubs.
Adding new leagues to your save game
Adding new leagues to your save game in Football Manager 2017 is a relatively straightforward process. First, choose the database you want to use. Next, select the leagues you want to play in. You may also want to load the leagues where you would like to scout players. Once you’ve selected the leagues, head to the Advanced Options screen. Once there, check the boxes of each file you want to activate. Keep in mind that adding more files will reduce the speed of your save.
Once you’ve decided on which leagues to include in your save game, you’ll have to decide whether you want to play them. In the current version of the game, you can choose between View Only and Playable leagues. You can mix and match between these two options, if you’d like. However, you’ll need to make sure you’ve set your save game up properly before you do this.