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Hattrick - the Best Strategies

Updated on March 24, 2019

In this days there are many games to play online. They are from various categories, but to the ones that like football, principally managing a football team, there´s no game like Hattrick. I´ve been playing Hattrick since 2007 and i love to do it. And there´s almost 1 million people playing it around the World.

In this hub i want to talk about this game, about the best strategies to win the games. Certainly, there´s other people playing for more years than me and they may have another different strategies, but i´m doing very well with my strategie and i think is a good one, so i want to share it with you.

I´ve started on the 10th division of my country and in the first season i´ve been promoted as well as in the second one untill i reach the 8th division. Here the things has complicated a little bit but after 4 seasons ending in 2nd place finally i have a good team and for sure i´ll be promoted again. We need to have some persistance and some patience so we can reach the top leagues and have success in this game.

So i pass to explain my strategie:

For me there are 2 aspects you need to take care always:

a) the training of the team

b) finantial situation of the team

When you enter the game is given to you a bad team with very bad players. As i said i´ve been promoted on the 2 first seasons but it´s not very easy to do so. You need to pay attention to your team, in this first seasons essentially you need to pay attention to the type of training and to the finantial situation of the team. You need to give your players general training and a good percentage of resistence so they can play well in the 90 minutes of the game. And you need look at the finantial situation so you don´t go to red numbers and you need to collect money to invest in 3 essential aspects:

1) invest in the junior team. Invest the maximum valour, 20.000 per week. Top players are very expansive and it take a long time till you can afford one of them. If you invest in the junior team since the begining after some seasons you will have some good players coming from your junior team. Then you can play with them to win games and you can sell them for a good price so you can make money.

2) Invest in the stadium. If you want to have good earnings from the games you play at home you need to have a big stadium. So, when you have some extra cash don´t buy players untill you have a stadium of at least 30.000 places. Untill you reach that it´s better to spend your money increasing the stadium because you fast receive the money you spent from the extra you receive when you have a full stadium.

3) Of course you´ll also need to invest in players. But for me never before the stadium reach 30.000 places. After that you´ll have big earnings from the earnings of the Home games and with the money you´ll win there you may buy better players.

At this moment i´m winning almost 300.000 euros per Home game and the players i need to buy are costing more or less 900.000euros. So, i only need to do 3 Home games to have enough money to buy a very good player. If i didn´t invest in the stadium it was very difficult to reach 900.000euros and all i could have was bad players. So, i needed to wait some seasons untill i have a good stadium (my stadium have already 41.500 places) but now that i have it, i know that on the Home games i´ll collect extra money and i can buy some good players so i can reach the top leagues.

You also need to take care to the tactics for the games. The most common known as the best is the 3-5-2. Is the one i use and i really think is the best. However you may try another ones and see what is best for you, but for me there´s no other like 3-5-2.

I hope you let your comments,

Buy and untill my next hub



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      7 years ago

      I play the game as well for a few years, and it is clear that the only way to grow is to train young potentials. You buy a 17 year old for 100k - 300k, train him together with other 17 year olds on the same position, and sell them afterwards at the age of 18 (almost 19) for 1.5 - 2 million easily.

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      7 years ago

      If you only buy players for 900000 euro how does you gets very good players?

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      8 years ago



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