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A team is the virtual football team one owns and manages in Hattrick. It consists of a number of virtual football [[players]], usually between 20 and 30 (maximum 50). The manager chooses a [[line-up]] with 11 of these players for each game, plus 5 substitutes.
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If the 50-players limit is exceeded, [[Training]] is lost for that week. Please take note that the [[Coach]] is considered a player, as he may well play (and often does) and does get regular [[Training]].
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A '''team''' of [[players]] is a part of the [[club]] with a unique [[ID number]] assigned on signing up to a [[User|human player]], who's responsible for the team's management.
  
Each club is run by a human [[User|manager]] who is solely responsible for hiring, firing employees within it, setting the [[tactics]] for the [[competitive matches]], and planning and implementing any long term strategy.
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Every team has many official obligations to fulfill during a [[season]].  
  
Each club will play a 16 week [[league]] (also called series) program. The first week game consists of the first round of the [[cup]]. The following 14 games are played against series opponents.
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A team not under human players' control are known as [[bot team]]s, or simply "bots".{{clear}}
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== Name ==
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{{See|Team names}}
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As in real life, in Hattrick's world each team has its own individual name, picked by the user. Team names are unique, but some popular names are used by many teams with similar wording.  
  
The last week is called by many people the 'Off-season'. During this week, no league or cup games are played, but a number of updates happen.  These include all players ageing by one year, all yellow cards being removed, and the mood of supporters and sponsors being reset.
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Some team names may relate to a real club such as "AC Milan". More common are puns like "Madchester Untied".
  
During this week, the end of season promotion/relegation play-off games happen.
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In the [[off-season]], there is also the possibility to change the team name, but you have to pay 10 000 [[currencies|US$]] and 3% of the members of your [[fans|fan club]] will get angry and leave as a spite.
  
==Researching Other Teams==
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== Strategic plan ==
Here is a list of Web-sites that gather statistical information on teams. This can be useful in researching your next opponent.  
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You need to plan and implement a long term [[training]] and [[finances|economic]] strategy. But first of all you need to establish a seasonal plan for your team, which means, among other things, hire or [[fire]] players, [[staff]] and [[coach]]es, and set the [[match_order]]s by choosing [[line-up]] and [[tactics]] for the [[competitive matches|competitive]] and [[friendly]] matches you are going to face.
  
* [http://www.hatstats.info Hatstats]: You can use the search function at the top of every page within the site of the country your opponent is playing in. Only holds stats on Div V and above teams.
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* The ''first week'', game consists of the first round of the [[cup]]. Cup games continue as long as you keep winning. After that, friendly matches can be played.  
  
* [http://www.hattrick.org Inside Hattrick.org itself]:  You can use the search function under Tools -> Search.
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* From ''week two'' and for the following 14 weekend games [[series]] is played against 7 opponents in a round-robin group.
  
* [http://www.alltidhattrick.org]:  A site that covers a limited number of countries to a high level
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* The ''second last weekend'' is for [[promotion]]/relegation play-off games. This is are known as the [[qualifier]] matches week.  
  
* An extensive list of sites with statistics on Hattrick can be found on the game's official web-site: under Community -> CHPP
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* The ''last week'' is called by many people the "off season". During this week, no league or cup games are played, but a number of updates happen. These include all yellow cards being removed, and the mood of supporters and sponsors being reset, preparing the ground for new season.
  
==Ownerless teams==
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== See Also ==
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* [[Team Photo|Team picture]], a small feature to create a collective photo.
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* List of [[Special teams]].
  
In the bottom two divisions, teams will be replaced as soon as a replacement owner becomes available.  In some leagues this is almsot immediate, whilst in other countries, it can take several weeks.
 
  
These teams will continue to play the last formation set by the human owner
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[[Category:Clubs|*]]
 
 
In the higher divisions if a team becomes ownerless (deserted by its human user) it will continue to use the standard lineup until this lineup is reset automatically.  Such a reset is made 3 times each season: Before the mid-week games of Week 1 (the first cup game), Week 8 (mid-season), and Week 15 (the qualifying games).  When the reset is made, the team will become a bot team, playing all games with the same (low skilled) players.  Ownerless teams will thus be relegated through each series until they reach one of the two lowest divisions, where they can get a new owner. Lineup resets only apply to teams that have lost their owner, not to teams that never had one.
 
 
 
 
 
For a fuller discussion. see [[bot]]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
==Teams by Nation==
 
* [[Bulgarian Clubs|Bulgaria]]
 
* [[Turkish Clubs|Turkey]]
 
 
 
[[Category:Game Concepts]]
 

Latest revision as of 09:42, 11 September 2020

A team of players is a part of the club with a unique ID number assigned on signing up to a human player, who's responsible for the team's management.

Every team has many official obligations to fulfill during a season.

A team not under human players' control are known as bot teams, or simply "bots".

Name

   Magnifier.png   Further information: Team names

As in real life, in Hattrick's world each team has its own individual name, picked by the user. Team names are unique, but some popular names are used by many teams with similar wording.

Some team names may relate to a real club such as "AC Milan". More common are puns like "Madchester Untied".

In the off-season, there is also the possibility to change the team name, but you have to pay 10 000 US$ and 3% of the members of your fan club will get angry and leave as a spite.

Strategic plan

You need to plan and implement a long term training and economic strategy. But first of all you need to establish a seasonal plan for your team, which means, among other things, hire or fire players, staff and coaches, and set the match_orders by choosing line-up and tactics for the competitive and friendly matches you are going to face.

  • The first week, game consists of the first round of the cup. Cup games continue as long as you keep winning. After that, friendly matches can be played.
  • From week two and for the following 14 weekend games series is played against 7 opponents in a round-robin group.
  • The second last weekend is for promotion/relegation play-off games. This is are known as the qualifier matches week.
  • The last week is called by many people the "off season". During this week, no league or cup games are played, but a number of updates happen. These include all yellow cards being removed, and the mood of supporters and sponsors being reset, preparing the ground for new season.

See Also