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Goalgetter is a first-Person Football Manager game that gives you the chance to make your dream, of becoming a top striker in one of the major European leagues, come true.
In Goalgetter, you are a young and very gifted football player getting the chance to play in the top league. Fight to achieve an essential position for yourself in your team, either by intensive training or by winning the sympathies of the fans and the trainer in other ways.
The game is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag.
- Simulate the entire career of your player from the first professional contract at the age of 17 to the end of the career
- Replay historical World Cup and European Championship tournaments
- More than 50 leagues around the world can be actively played
- You can play for all national teams in the world
- Includes all major leagues and cup competitions such as World Cup, European Championship, U20 World Cup, U17 World Cup, Club World Cup, Olympic Games, U19 European Championship, U21 European Championship, Nations League, Champions League, European League, Conference League, and much more.
- More than 1000 teams
- More than 10,000 players
- Play with up to 4 players on one PC or via Steam Remote Play
- Full control over the game world. Edit players, leagues, countries, referees, and teams according to your needs!
- Exchange your self-created editor- and community-content with other players via the Steam Workshop
About netmin Games GmbH
Founded in 2001, netmin games GmbH is an independent studio based in Mainz, Germany. They have developed more than 20 games in all price ranges from casual to full price and released them in Germany and countless international versions too.
Over the years, the company has earned an excellent reputation for complex and realistic sports management games, as well as simulations and casual games.
More netmin games are Handball Manager 2022, Handball Manager 2021, Hockey Manager 20|20, Handball Action Total, the children's game Penguin vs. Yeti, Poker Simulator and Passage 4. More Information: www.netmin.de andwww.netmingames.de.
Aílton Gonçalves da Silva (born 19 July 1973) is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as a striker.
Aílton began his career in Brazil where he played for Ypiranga, Internacional, Mogi Mirim, Santa Cruz, and Guarani. Following a stint with Tigres UANL in Mexico, he moved to Germany joining SV Werder Bremen.
He spent six seasons with Werder Bremen, winning the double of Bundesliga and cup in the 2003–04 season, before transferring to league rivals FC Schalke 04.
In the latter stages of his career he played for Beşiktaş Istanbul, Hamburger SV, Red Star Belgrade, Grasshoppers Zürich, MSV Duisburg, Metalurh Donetsk, SCR Altach, Campinense, and Chongqing Lifan.
He won the Bundesliga and two times the German Cup with Werder Bremen. Due to his achievements at Bremen, he was selected in 2004 as the first foreigner to win the Footballer of the Year (Germany) award.