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FourFourTwo is the followup to UEFA Manager 2000, Bubball's first managing game. It includes nine playable European league (English, Scottish, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Dutch, Belgian and Portuguese) that can be played in both Free mode (where the player selects any team and plays with it for the duration of the game) or Career mode, where the player starts in lower divisions and build his career from the bottom. Another mode allows the player to choose one of eight challenges: get a promotion in one season, win a domestic double or generate enough money to save the club. The game also includes two special modes: Coaching a team in either English, French, Scottish, Italian or German leagues in the 1981-82 season., or selecting one of Europe's finest 20 teams ever.

While the game goes beyond the coaching roles and includes usual financial options usually seen in German managing games, the player can choose to play as either Coach or Manager. By selecting coach, the financial aspect of the game (stadium upgrades, ticket prices, merchandising and catering among others) is delegated to the computer.

The game includes a 3D engine that is used for both the 3D match view and to take part in press conferences, pre-match pep talks and post match interviews.


FourFourTwo Touchline Passion Windows Stadium information
FourFourTwo Touchline Passion Windows Players' individual training is a key to get the most of youngsters.
FourFourTwo Touchline Passion Windows Choosing the level of control.
FourFourTwo Touchline Passion Windows Merchandising

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Alternate Titles

  • "442: Формула победы" -- Russian title
  • "442 Touchline Passion" -- Alternate Title
  • "442 - Pasión por el fútbol" -- Spanish title
  • "442 Fußball-Manager" -- German title

User Reviews

Stable and all that, but... Luis Silva (13290) 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars

Critic Reviews Nov 21, 2002 13 out of 20 65 Jan 20, 2003 6 out of 10 60
GameSpot (Belgium/Netherlands) Oct 25, 2002 59 out of 100 59
GameStar (Germany) Nov, 2002 58 out of 100 58
PC Games (Germany) Nov, 2002 51 out of 100 51
Joystick (French) Dec, 2002 3 out of 10 30


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The name of the game originates from FourFourTwo, one of Britain's best known football magazines, named after the popular 4-4-2 formation. A birthday edition of the magazine is advertised during the first season in some leagues.
Cabeza2000 (692) added FourFourTwo Touchline Passion (Windows) on Jun 29, 2003