Welcome to Football Games. We have collected all the great free football games which you can play here online. Please enjoy your stay and enjoy our collection of football games.
- Euro 2012 Soccer Soccer is such a popular sport in Europe and now you will be able to participate in it with Euro 2012 GS Soccer! In this game you can choose what team you will be playing as then decide if you want to follow the official groupings or have matches at random, and it really wont matter if you have the skills for the game so do your best and score a goal! The game screen is a little small so you might not be able to see where your teammates are at the moment so be sure not to kick the ball into random directions!
- Penalty Shootout 2012 In Penalty Shootout 2012, you will be playing two roles: one where you will be kicking the ball into the net and one where you will be the goalie and you have to block the shot. When you are playing as a kicker, you will see three indicators in the bottom of the screen and you have to time your click where the horizontal and vertical bar will bring the ball to opposite of where you thing the goalie will jump. When you are playing as the goalie, you have to time your click to be able to save the ball.
- Premiere League Football Its time for some foosball with the flash game Premiere League Foosball! In this game you can select the team that you want to play as and you can also decide for yourself on which layout to use, and each one of them has its own unique character in terms of attack or defense so be sure to choose well on this one. Move your players sideways to be able to hit the ball and the angling is essential if you want to put that ball into the goal. You can use the turbo speed and kick to make the game progress faster.
- Stan James Football In Stan James Football, its all about the free kicks and the whole game is made to determine how many free kicks you can score in a row. Doing it in combos will give you a much higher score than when you miss some shots so try to be accurate with your kicks if you want a score that you can post into the leaderboards. It will be more difficult as you play though so this is much harder than it sounds at first but sure after a few tries you will understand the physics and movement in this game and be able to score the goals.
- Soccer Ball Soccer ball is a penalty shoot out tournament style game. Pick your kick direction, curve and power to get the ball past youre opponents goal keeper and defenders to win the football tournament.
- Midfield Master In this team-based game, you are playing the role of the offensive midfielder, whose job it is to pass the ball and set up opportunities for the team to advance the ball and offense and score goals. You have three seconds to make a great pass, and its up to you to decide which player has the best field position and angle on the goal. Take the role of the midfielder and move the ball into the defender's zone. Keep your passing lanes open, find the open player and try to score a goal as you work towards the perfect shot. Many competitors from the 2010 World Cup tournament field are represented in eight groups. The whole competition is based on a nicely presented tournament format.
- Free Kick Expert With a nod to the world-famous Angry Birds franchise, Free Kick Expert starts with a completely empty goal and a football. The challenge is in combining the correct angle with the proper power level to score a minimum number of goals within a set timed interval. As the level increases, so does the difficulty, as the game begins to add defenders, some of which will actively try to stop shots, but will also obstruct the goal area, making it more difficult to score with each shot. Free Kick Expert isn't as easy as it first appears. The angle and power system is more complex than the simple controls would normally indicate, and the goal is never as big as it looks initially.
- Goooaaal Once again, you're taking the role of your team's striker, moving the ball into the opposing team's zone and looking for an open shot. You are opposed by three players from the other team. Two of the players are defenders, one is the goaltender. Goooaaal is not as easy as it looks, of course, since the defenders in Goooaaal are some of the most aggressive you'll find in any football simulation. Once you reach range from the opposing team's goal, an arrow appears on screen to indicate the angle of your shot. You can use the arrow keys to change elevation, and the spacebar to shoot. Can you get your shot past the goaltender in the closing minutes of your match?
- King Of Defenders In this game you play the role of John Terry, who is trying to head corner kicks into the goal. Using a football-shaped cursor, you must time your shot to line up with the incoming ball and deflect it past the defenders and the goaltender and into the goal. The introductory sequences of the game are quite entertaining, featuring a frenetic coach and panicked fellow players on the bench between each shot. The control mechanism is simple to operate, but has very complex effects on gameplay, and is highly dependent on timing and anticipating the defense. King of Defenders will require a bit of practice timing shots, setting angles and watching the defensive alignments and their effects on the formations to win.
- Against The Wall Against the wall is a street football competition between two players. The objective is to be the winner of a competition for the best of five penalty kicks, with each player alternating between kicker and goaltender. A twist on the goal-scoring game genre, Against the Wall adds the interesting dimension of defending the goal instead of simply trying to score on every turn. Trying to score goals is slightly more complex than defending, as the kicker has the option of both placement and power level, both of which can be selected with the mouse. The defender must simply choose which part of the net to defend. The goal-scoring game requires precision and timing and the "save a shot" game requires players to outwit their opponent.
- One On One Soccer In One on One Soccer, there will be no teammates so you have to do everything by yourself. You will control the game solely with the mouse and what you have to do is score by kicking the ball into the net like any other good football game. You have to pass your opponent and aim at the net to be able to shoot it there and you must be accurate and careful or you might end up giving the ball to your opponent. There are powerups for the ball like fastball, slowball and warpball, and the net will have modifiers too.
- Pass And Move Pass and Move is an inspired take on the team-based football game. Instead of playing as individual players and trying to control your team and their formation on the field, now the player controls the ball. The objective of the game is to keep the ball in play by moving from player to player as the formation moves up the field. By avoiding cones and picking up bonus points from stars that can be collected by rolling the ball over them. The ball must also avoid refs, but it is possible to obtain shields that will protect the ball against refs and cones. Make sure a player can reach the ball on every pass and improve your teamwork to achieve the highest possible score.
- Penalty Shootout 2010 In this game, you take both the role of the kicker and the goaltender in a series of penalty kicks. The objective is to score more points than the opponent, but this game adds a third dimension to the kick targeting gameplay with an elevation selector. Now instead of simply picking the direction and power of your penalty kick, you must choose all three: speed, angle and elevation, which gives you a mechanism for targeting any point in the net and choosing the speed of the ball. All gameplay is controlled with the mouse, using variable position timed selectors. Featuring three-dimensional player graphics and realistic physics engine, Penalty Shootout 2010 is an excellent simulation of one of the most dramatic events in sports!
- Ronaldo 2 Real Ronaldo is injured but has to get back to the field. Start by catapulting Ronaldo out the window and into the air. Hold the mouse button down to flap and remain airborne and use the space bar to dive. Fergie is a biplane pilot who will try to knock you out of the sky. Ronaldo can collect money for upgrades, power crates will give the player an increased boost and flapping power, while pylons will give you a much larger power boost and increase flapping ability. The Spanish Choppers will help you stay in the air. Grab all the powerups you can as you fly through the air but make sure you avoid Fergie to get the highest possible score!
- Shoot The Goal Featuring a heavily stylized group of anime characters and some of the most entertaining graphics you'll see in a sports game, Shoot the Goal once again pits you against the defender in a series of penalty kicks to see if you can score enough points to win. Targeting and power selection are controlled by the keyboard, as you select your target and then select from a series of power levels each with a descriptive name. If you time your power selection right and your player has chosen the proper target in the net, you'll score a point and be rewarded with a colorful victory screen. If you miss, the game resets and you get another chance to score a goal. Shoot the Goal is one of the most well produced sports games and a great deal of fun to play.
- Smart Soccer In this simple but slick game, the player takes the role of the goaltender with the objective of either deflecting or catching a series of challenging penalty kicks. The graphics are very well presented, with the ball moving from further down the field directly towards the goal and into range of the goaltender's hands, which are controlled by the player. On a deflection, the player scores 100 points, while on a catch, the player scores 200 points. Each level of the game consists of ten shots, with the player required to deflect or catch at least 60% to advance to the next level. An excellent example of simple gameplay combined with an authentic simulation of football action. A highly recommended game.
- Soccer Balls What if you replaced the enemies in Angry Birds with football refs? Soccer Balls presents you with precisely that question in a gameplay format that is very reminiscent of the popular mobile catapulting game, complete with a series of progressively more difficult levels. Your objective is to choose the correct angle to solve a series of highly entertaining and well presented puzzles with the purpose of eventually kicking the football at the ref and hitting him to cause a red card and make the ref angry. There are various obstacles including all kinds of different terrain and even moving objects to stop the ball from reaching its target. Dozens of polished levels with excellent quality graphics await. Can you solve them all?
- Soccernoid It's Billy Swizz, your new agent here to make you and him "lots of lovely dosh." What if the mechanics of Arkanoid were combined with a football goal and a series of defenders? You would have this game and a rather enjoyable premise. Each of your shots automatically deflects from various defenders, each with a different effect. Some simply rebound, others multiply the number of footballs on the screen at once, and your striker can keep them all in play if you're quick enough. Goals give you bonuses and each successful shot increases your chance of scoring more points. In an interesting twist, the game asks if you can improve on the last player's score before you start your match.
- Scooby Doo Kick It In the flash game Scooby Doo Kickin It, Scooby is up for some practice and he has to keep the ball in the air, and you have to help him so both of you can make progress! You have to keep our best friend under the ball to be able to kick it upwards, and you mustnt let the ball touch the ground unless there are two of them, in which situation you are allowed to let the ball touch the ground for a limited time. If the meter is full, instead of the spacebar you can press the arrow up key to be amazed with Scoobys amazing talent.
- Soccer Style 2010 Featuring one of the best title screens of any Flash game and a very professionally presented in-game tutorial, Soccer Style 2010 requires players to score points by keeping the ball in the air with a series of kicks, knees and headers. The longer and more elaborate the combination, the more points the player's team, selected from a wide field of competitors at the opening of the game on a well presented screen of national team flags, can score. The objective of Soccer Style 2010 is to defeat the other teams on the current leaderboard by exceeding their point totals. The game is deceptively easy looking from the tutorial, but the simplicity of the gameplay creates a complex timing challenge which it may take quite a bit of time for most players to master.
- Soccer World Cup 2010 Two complete teams take the field in this top down World Cup simulation. The game starts with a random seeding of a World Cup Tournament field chosen from dozens of competitors. The player selects their team and then participates in the tournament with the goal of getting as far in the brackets as possible. The game is a football simulation presented in a keyboard-controlled top-down format with the player directly controlling one team member's movement up and down the field as both offense and defense. The opposing team will move the ball up the field for shots on goal and will send defenders to stop the player from getting a clear shot at the opponent's goal. Do you have the timing and strategy to win?
- Striker Run As the striker, you're on a running approach to the opponent's goal. A series of defenders moves up to try and stop you. Some will block high, others will slide and try to tackle before you can get a clean shot at the goal. The only way you can tell is by looking at their eyes. If they go high, you can use the controls to tumble under. If they slide low, you can use the controls to jump past them. Your timing and anticipation is key here, because if you guess wrong, your striker will be taken out of the play and you won't get a chance for a shot on goal. If you can get past the defense, take your shot and if you are successful, you win!
- Super Soccer Star Where other penalty kick games use only power and direction, Super Soccer Star has four, yes, count them, four different ways to control the penalty kicker's shot. Each is selected with a timed controller and the ball can be affected by direction, pitch (or elevation), swerve (or spin) and power level. The "swerve" function is the most intriguing, as by changing the spin on the ball, a number of interesting effects can be produced, leading to a very complex and intriguing array of possible strategies for the penalty kicker. The power level of each shot seems to be the primary variable, as changes in power seem to have a dramatic effect on each shot. Each attempt results in some very entertaining crowd reactions.
- Wear The Shirt Do you have what it takes to Wear the Shirt? England is on penalty kicks. You're playing the penalty kicker. This game depends entirely on timing, as the power meter is very meticulously balanced and moves very quickly. Set your target, and use the mouse to time your kick so your shot is launched at exactly the right moment. If you combine your power and timing correctly, you will be able to get your shot past the goaltender. Features in game commentary from an announcer and the reactions of the coach on every kick. The goaltender in this game has above average abilities to both anticipate and block even good shots on goal, so be sure you select the right targets and use maximum power for top scores!
- World Cup Kicks In this penalty kick simulation, the power selector is removed in favor of a curve or spin selector. The game also pits the kicker against a variable number of defenders, which makes direct shots impossible. Gameplay is viewed from a three quarter perspective which makes for a very interesting challenge to players who must estimate depth and distance instead of having a direct way to measure the angle of each penalty kick shot. World Cup Kicks features three dimensional player graphics and a spacious interface that largely emphasizes the field and the players over an intricate control system. Many World Cup competition teams are represented, and players can choose which team to play for. Can you score the most goals?
- Rooney On The Rampage Based on the 2006 World Cup incident where iconic French footballer Zinedine Zidane headbutted Italian defender Marco Materazzi, an event that made international headlines, Rooney on the Rampage puts the player in the role of Rooney, who is red carded and then taunted on the field. Rooney then charges across the field, headbutting everyone who gets in his path: refs, opposing players, guys in suits, etc. The better each attack is timed, the faster Rooney runs. The last step is to jump and do a flying headbutt against a wall of opposing players. Honestly, what other football game has no football and consists only of slamming into opposing players? How far do you think you can send Rooney? How good is your timing? Find out in Rooney's Rampage!
- Get In Goal Get in Goal is set at the Fulham Football Club and is presented in association with FulhamUSA.com and soccercaricatures.net. Players may select from four different football players including B. McBride, V. Montella, M. Brown and C. Dempsey. Players select one of these four different player characters to open the game. The objective of Get in Goal is to score 30 points in three rounds of play. The entire game can be played with only the mouse. Use the cursor to aim your shot and hold the mouse button down to adjust your power level from low to high. Different power levels change the position of the shot. By combining power with timing and accuracy, try to score as many goals as possible in this highly stylized arcade style football game.
- World Cup Kicks plays: 255679
- Premiere League Football plays: 174905
- Soccer World Cup 2010 plays: 172846
- Penalty Shootout 2012 plays: 152373
- Euro 2012 Soccer plays: 150974
- King Of Defenders plays: 147162
- Penalty Shootout 2010 plays: 146008
- Ronaldo 2 Real plays: 130973
- Rooney On The Rampage plays: 121434
- Free Kick Expert plays: 111538
- Euro 2012 Soccer plays: 150974
- Penalty Shootout 2012 plays: 152373
- Premiere League Football plays: 174905
- Stan James Football plays: 39323
- Soccer Ball plays: 60271
- Midfield Master plays: 62566
- Free Kick Expert plays: 111538
- Goooaaal plays: 73281
- King Of Defenders plays: 147162
- Against The Wall plays: 96479