It's simple: three leagues, each containing twenty of the top teams from England, France, Spain, Germany and Italy at that level, with one Portuguese team in the top division.
1) UEFA Premiership: This is the top division in the save. It contains the top teams from England, France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Portugal. The caliber of each of the teams has proven to come up with some fantastic results, and is most certainly unpredictable. The teams that begin at this level are:
2) UEFA Championship: This is the second division. It contains all the top teams from the second divisions of the countries of England, France, Spain, Germany and Italy; that is, the Championship, Ligue 2, Liga Adelante, 2. Bundesliga and Serie B. Teams at this level at the start of the game are:
3) This is the bottom division of the pyramid. It includes all the top teams from the third divisions of England, France, Spain, Germany and Italy. Teams at this level at the start of the game are:
Red Star FC
There are four automatic promotion places available in League One and the Championship, with four relegation places in the Premiership and Championship/
This is a simple save that I put together in a short space of time. It's for the more casual of FM15 players, and I know that many (most) of you out there will probably disagree with what I've done. This is what's out there, however, and if you don't like it, don't download it. I'm having lots of fun playing it, and I thought I might as well give others a chance to do so to. Don't get me wrong though, all the divisions - the Premiership especially - produce some amazing football.
How to install European Super League on FM15Move the .fmf file to your editor data folder:
Documents > Sports Interactive > Football Manager 2015 > editor data
Start a new save:
A little window will pop up saying there is X enabled editor files.
Select custom from the editor data drop-down and choose the database.