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{{Other use|article=the game '''Hattrick''' often referred to as '''HT'''|title=HT}}
'''Hattrick''' is an online football game where you trade players and [[coach]] your team in [[League|competition]] with hundreds of thousands of opponents playing simultaneously from all over the world.  As well as the game, the [[community]] of players provide a great deal of entertainment.
Currently, there are 120 [[:category:countries|countries]] represented in Hattrick. Each season, the HT team add new ones to the spectrum. There are over 900,000 managers all over the world.
After a short registration period, the user receives a [[team]]. Nearly always, the newbie takes over someone's old, defunct team, and the team's position in the [[league]] structure with an initial set of [[players]], a weak [[coach]], a small [[stadium]], [[fanclub]], and [[staff]]. The player is then free to manage his or her squad, sell and purchase the players, define a [[training]] scheme, and so forth. If the player is successful enough to win their league, he or she is granted [[promotion]] to a higher league the next four-months-long [[season]], half of the time by automatic promotion and the other half via a [[qualifier]] game with a team that finished in the qualification zone in a league above.
Hattrick is completely free to play. The normal service includes the ability to change the training type, hire and fire your staff, buy and sell players, set your lineup for the match, invest in a [[youth|youth squad]], and run the club as an owner of a football club would. As with any manager game, the player must assign positions to the players and some basic [[tactics]] and strategic options.
Hattrick is always under development, and the game developers are constantly adding new features to the game and enhancing the current ones. These additions, and proposed ideas, are usually accompanied by heated debate in the game's conferences - a recurring topic is whether the top teams should be invited to a Champions League-style tournament, which as of 19 December 2005 has been implemented in the form of the [[Hattrick Masters]].
Hattrick's leading leagues in terms of user numbers are Spain, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, Argentina and Switzerland, although countries such as Poland, Denmark, Finland, Romania, Israel, Colombia and Germany are growing quickly.
== Hattrick Supporter ==
Hattrick also offers a '[[Supporter]]' feature that allows additional customization. The customization options include designing the arena, assigning numbers to your players, and designing a logo. With the Supporter add-on, the game also offers the ability to join various message board groups called '[[federations]].' A federation is designed to allow aligned Hattrick players with common interests to share newsletters and a message board and organize friendly cups. Federations provide a place to talk about chosen topics away from the main forum boards.
== External Links ==
* [http://www.hattrick.org/ Hattrick]
[[Category: Game Concepts]]

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