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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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Each club is run by a human [[User|manager]] who is solely responsible for hiring and firing [[players]], [[staff]] and [[coach]]es, setting the [[formation]] and [[tactics]] for the [[competitive matches]], and planning and implementing a long term [[training]] strategy.
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]].
 
  
Each club is run by a human [[User|manager]] who is solely responsible for hiring, firing employees within it, setting the [[formation]] and [[tactics]] for the [[competitive matches]], and planning and implementing any long term strategy.  Teams that are not be run by humans, are known as [[bot team]]s.
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Teams that are not be run by humans, are known as [[bot team]]s.
  
 
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.   
 
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.   

Revision as of 18:50, 28 November 2005

Overview

Each club is run by a human manager who is solely responsible for hiring and firing players, staff and coaches, setting the formation and tactics for the competitive matches, and planning and implementing a long term training strategy.

Teams that are not be run by humans, are known as bot teams.

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.

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.

During this week, the end of season promotion/relegation play-off games happen


Researching Other Teams

It is always useful to research your next opponent by checking their previous games

there are several useful tools to assist in this and details can be found on the Helper Applications page.

Teams by Nation