There are countless soccer video games for both Android and iOS on app stores that can also be played offline. eSports titles are some of the most exciting to play on Android devices as they offer good gameplays and makes you feel like you’re playing on a console.
However, since not everyone disposes of much or unlimited mobile data, there are other soccer games that are great both when considering the gameplay and the fact that they can be played offline as well.
Here are our three best soccer games for Android and iOS that can be played offline.
Dream League Soccer 2020
Dream League Soccer (DLS 20) can be played both online and offline, on both Android and iOS devices, and consumes very little data, 2MP per match. This might be one of the most popular soccer titles, boasting millions of active players all over the world.
It is the most recent release by First Touch Games, with the Career mode now available online, and the Exhibition mode accessible offline. In order to play, you are required to register and create an account.
At the moment, DLS 20 is perhaps the best offline title to play as it packs great gameplay and amazing graphics, as well as a multiplayer mode that can also be played offline. The game is excellent because it can be played on devices with low RAM and internal storage as it is updated with APK only, so it doesn’t require lots of storage space.
Head Football La Liga 2020
Head Football La Liga is our second pick, as it can be played offline with access to all the modes and features. It is one of the best games for Android-powered devices, which allows players to master the art of scoring incredible goals on some of the most famous stadiums in the world, such as Santiago Bernabéu, Camp Nou, Wanda Metropolitano, and so on.
It is worth noting that although you might think the developers have made a mistake when creating the graphics, it was rather an intentional move, which makes the gameplay funnier. Head Football La Liga has been the top league game in Europe for the last few years and has dominated for 22 years now, according to UEFA‘s league coefficient. It also has a full license that numerous soccer games cannot get to have.
Score! Match & Score! Hero
Both Score! Match and Score! Hero are developed by First Touch Games and can be played offline. These two are separate titles, but we decided to mention both of them since they are so similar. The only difference is that in Score! Match, players begin their career in order to earn trophies while in Score! Hero, they get to replay real goals that were seen in World Cups, Champions Leagues, and many other soccer competitions all over the world.
The games offer commentaries and are on the top most popular games for both Android and iOS mobile phones. Both titles receive regular updates, the graphics and HD are great, but they are not open-play soccer games.
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