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FM22 Megapack of National Leagues (Fictional)

225 playable nations with domestic leagues and cups, youth divisions and international cups. All clubs in the DB are playable. Mostly fictitious structures. A database for FM 2022.

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FM 2022 Fantasy Scenarios - FM22 Megapack of National Leagues (Fictional)
Like last year, I want to offer you this megapack of world leagues that includes 220+ leagues from around the world, each with their promotions, their youth divisions and national cups.

I hope you enjoy it, the formats are NOT the real ones but they have modifications of my style, that is why it is a FICTITIOUS pack.

Released: December 1st, 2021
Updated: July 19th, 2022

The megapack is the way I found to make all the countries of the world available to be played and mainly their lower divisions. There are many megapacks around and they are all VERY GOOD. For my part, in my little grain of sand, these structures are born from scratch and created with a couple of licenses that deviate from reality. FM is a game, and as such, there are many ways to play it. And to me, realism often seems unfair and limiting. That is why these structures are conceived from the point of view of what I would like each format to be.

In many countries I try to keep the essence of their format (number of participants, for example) and respect that, but in others there are changes of format. Another thing is that many times in the patches that use real low leagues is that for example a division (the seventh of Holland for example) is divided in I don't know, fifteen subdivisions. That makes the game go much slower than creating a single division with fifteen groups. It's not real but it makes it flow faster and more divisions are playable at the same time for those of us with an old Notebook like me.

*Clarification: when it says real base is that it is made on the real base of the game, that is to say that it DOES NOT TOUCH ANYTHING OF THE FIRST/SECOND OR WHAT COMES INCLUDED IN THE GAME.
** when I put this sign is that below there are clarifications about the country.

What's included

Argentina (6 divisions) **
Brazil (5 divisions - real basis) **
Bolivia (3 divisions)
Chile (5 divisions) (long tournament format)**
Colombia (4 divisions - long tournament)
Ecuador (3 divisions -long tournament)
Peru (3 divisions with Copa Peru)
Paraguay (4 divisions - 20 teams and long tournament)
Uruguay (4 divisions)**
Venezuela (3 divisions) (long tournament)

United States (6 divisions)**
Anguilla (1 division)
Antigua and Barbuda (3 divisions)
Aruba (2 divisions)
Bahamas (2 divisions)
Barbados (3 divisions)
Belize (2 divisions)
Bermuda (2 divisions)
Bonaire (1 division)
Costa Rica (3 divisions)
Cuba (1 division - long tournament)
Dominica (2 divisions)
El Salvador (3 divisions)
Grenada (2 divisions)
Guadeloupe (3 divisions)
Guatemala (3 divisions)
French Guyana (2 divisions)
Guyana (2 divisions)
Haiti (3 divisions)
Honduras (3 divisions)
Cayman Islands (2 divisions)
British Virgin Islands (1 division)
U.S. Virgin Islands (2 divisions)
Jamaica (4 divisions)
Mexico (5 divisions) **
Martinique (2 divisions)
Montserrat (1 division)
Nicaragua (3 divisions)
Panama (2 divisions)
Puerto Rico (3 divisions)
Dominican Republic (3 divisions)
St. Barthelemy (1 division)
St. Kitts and Nevis (2 divisions)
St. Martin (1 division)
St. Vincent and the Grenadines (3 divisions)
St. Lucia (3 divisions)
Sint Maarten (2 divisions)
Suriname (3 divisions)
Trinidad and Tobago (3 divisions)
Turks and Caicos (1 division)

Fiji (2 divisions)
Cook Islands (1 division)
Solomon Islands (5 divisions)
Kiribati (1 division)
Micronesia (1 division)
New Caledonia (3 divisions)
New Zealand (4 divisions)
Papua New Guinea (2 divisions)
Samoa (2 divisions)
American Samoa (1 division)
Tahiti (2 divisions)
Tonga (2 divisions)
Tuvalu (1 division)
Vanuatu (2 divisions)**

Albania (4 divisions)
Andorra (2 divisions)
Armenia (3 divisions)
Austria (9 divisions) (real basis)
Azerbaijan (4 divisions)
Bosnia (4 divisions)
Belarus (4 divisions) (actual base + 2 more divisions)
Germany (8 divisions) (actual base + 2 more divisions)**
Belgium (6 divisions) (actual basis)
Bulgaria (4 divisions) (actual basis)
Cyprus (4 divisions)
Crimea (2 divisions)
Croatia (5 divisions) (actual base)
Denmark (6 divisions) (actual basis)**
Estonia (4 divisions)
Scotland (7 divisions) (real basis)
Slovakia (3 divisions) (actual basis)
Spain (8 divisions) (actual basis)**
Finland (5 divisions) (actual basis)
France (9 divisions) (actual basis)
Wales (5 divisions)
Greece (7 divisions)
Georgia (6 divisions)
Gibraltar (1 division)
Netherlands (9 divisions) (real base)
Hungary (4 divisions) (real basis)
England (10 divisions) (real basis)** (real basis)**
Ireland (7 divisions) (real basis)
Northern Ireland (10 divisions) (actual base)
Iceland (5 divisions) (real base)
Israel (5 divisions) (actual basis)
Italy (15 divisions) (actual basis)**
Faroe Islands (4 divisions) (actual basis)
Kazakhstan (4 divisions)
Kosovo (4 divisions)
Latvia (3 divisions)
Liechtenstein (1 division)**
Liechtenstein (1 division)**
Lithuania (3 divisions)
Luxembourg (4 divisions)
Macedonia (4 divisions)
Malta (4 divisions)
Moldova (4 divisions)
Montenegro (3 divisions)
Norway (6 divisions) (actual base)
Poland (5 divisions) (real base)
Portugal (7 divisions) (actual base)
Czech Republic (5 divisions) (actual basis)
Romania (5 divisions) (actual basis)
Russia (5 divisions) (actual base)
Serbia (5 divisions) (actual basis)
Sweden (8 divisions)
Switzerland (6 divisions) (actual basis)
San Marino (1 division)
Turkey (11 divisions) (actual basis)
Ukraine (7 divisions) (real basis)

** Australia (6 divisions)
Afghanistan (2 divisions)
Saudi Arabia (5 divisions)
Bangladesh (3 divisions)
Bahrain (2 divisions)
Bhutan (3 divisions)
Cambodia (3 divisions)
Qatar (3 divisions)
Taiwan (3 divisions + University League + High School League)**
North Korea (4 divisions)
China (4 divisions) (real base)
South Korea (5 divisions + University + High School) (real basis)
United Arab Emirates (4 divisions)
Philippines (2 divisions)
Guam (3 divisions)
Hong Kong (6 divisions) (actual base)
India (3 divisions + regional divisions) (actual basis)**
Indonesia (4 divisions) (4 divisions) (actual basis)**
Iraq (4 divisions) (actual basis)**
Iran (4 divisions)
Japan (8 divisions + University League + High School League)
Jordan (4 divisions)
Kyrgyzstan (3 divisions)
Kuwait (2 divisions)
Laos (3 divisions)
Lebanon (4 divisions)
Malaysia (4 divisions) (real base)
Macao (5 divisions)
Maldives (3 divisions)
Northern Marianas (3 divisions)
Mongolia (3 divisions)
Myanmar (3 divisions)
Nepal (3 divisions)
Oman (3 divisions)
Pakistan (2 divisions)
Palestine (3 divisions) (unified)
Singapore (5 divisions) (real base)
Syria (4 divisions)
Sri Lanka (2 divisions)
Thailand (5 divisions)
Tajikistan (3 divisions)
East Timor (3 divisions)
Turkmenistan (3 divisions)
Uzbekistan (4 divisions)
Vietnam (4 divisions)
Yemen (3 divisions)

Angola (3 divisions)
Algeria (4 divisions)
Benin (2 divisions)
Botswana (2 divisions)
Burkina Faso (4 divisions)
Burundi (2 divisions)
Cape Verde (1 division)**
Cameroon (3 divisions)
Chad (2 divisions)
Comoros (2 divisions)
Congo (2 divisions)
Ivory Coast (3 divisions)
Egypt (4 divisions)
Eritrea (1 division)
Esuatini (2 divisions)
Gabon (2 divisions)
Gambia (3 divisions)
Ghana (3 divisions)
Guinea (2 divisions)
Equatorial Guinea (3 divisions)
Guinea Bissau (2 divisions)
Kenya (3 divisions)
Lesotho (2 divisions)
Liberia (3 divisions)
Libya (2 divisions)
Madagascar (2 divisions)
Malawi (2 divisions)
Mali (2 divisions)
Morocco (4 divisions)
Mauritius (2 divisions)
Mauritania (2 divisions)
Namibia (2 divisions)
Niger (2 divisions)
Nigeria (4 divisions)
Central African Republic (2 divisions)
Democratic Republic of the Congo (3 divisions)
Reunion (2 divisions)
Rwanda (2 divisions)
South Africa (4 divisions) (real base)
Sao Tome and Principe (2 divisions)
Senegal (4 divisions)
Seychelles (2 divisions)
Sierra Leone (2 divisions)
Somalia (2 divisions)
Sudan (2 divisions)
South Sudan (1 division)
Tanzania (3 divisions)
Togo (4 divisions)
Tunisia (4 divisions)
Uganda (2 divisions)
Djibouti (2 divisions)
Zambia (3 divisions)
Zimbabwe (2 divisions)


The Australian pyramid is modified so that there is promotion and relegation, which is not something that originally happens in aussie soccer. There are changes in the number of teams and the rules of Australian soccer such as drafts and salary limits have been eliminated.

Taiwan, Japan and South Korea
In these cases, school and university leagues are played on a par with the professional pyramid. In the Japanese and Korean cases, they are part of both the professional and academic systems. In Taiwan, they are not. Rather, the schools are not integrated into the overall pyramid.

India and Palestine
In the case of India or Palestine, we have unified league systems and in this case: the I-League goes hand in hand with the Indian regionals or in Palestine the Gaza league joins the West Bank league.

United States
In the United States, I changed the format from the ground up. Now it has 20 teams, 38 dates and a "normal" league. There is the play-off system clearly as in Yankee history, but now there are promotions and relegations and six national divisions that cross the country of stars and stripes. There are two patches in the structure, for a correct functioning I recommend using the one that does not relegate the Canadian teams (it is a requirement for the CONCACHAMPIONS to be well formed). Disappearance of drafts and salary limits.

Mexico is another country that has no promotions or relegations among its categories. In this patch, there are 5 divisions where you can move from division to division. It is important to clarify that play-offs, openings and closings are over, making a European format.

Germany, Spain, England and Italy
In these major leagues, and others, we have kept the rules of the playable divisions in the game and only added more categories to the base. The only substantial change is in the National Cup, which is now played by ALL TEAMS IN THE STRUCTURE from the start. So we will see an eighth team against Bayern, Isle of Man against Manchester City, Real Madrid going to a school field in the Canary Islands or Milan hosting Deportivo Tagliatelle.

Cape Verde and Vanuatu
These two structures in particular are very numerous, as in reality their national championships are finals of many regional championships. The idea, and what I have done, is to keep the groups and final group format but all within the same competition. So they are first divisions of 100 and 80 teams respectively.

Denmark and Chile
In the Danish and Chilean structures there is a different team playing in each. In the Danish case the B-97 from Nuuk, Greenland is part of the Scandinavian country's structure. The same is the case for Rapa Nui from Easter Island in the Chilean promotion structure.

The Argentinean structure changed a lot, and it is explained on Twitter but being very brief, it includes affiliates, 20 teams in Primera, new categories and a radical change.

The rest of South America
In the rest of South America they tried to keep the European format, to escape from the real thing. 38 dates, a champion, and then something else. For reality, I strongly recommend the Sudamakers megapack that you can find in their page.

Concachampions + Concacaf League: format where all countries play it.
OFC Champion's League
Pan American Cup
Rimet of Clubs
Confederations Cup

I hope you like the pack, and if you can share it and download it and let me know how it goes!

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Discussion: FM22 Megapack of National Leagues (Fictional)

9 comments have been posted so far.

  • sparta2010's avatar
    you should do the Rimet of Clubs with group stage
  • Markiz DeGenerat's avatar
    Oh, I almost forgot. Canada doesn't work the same way. The game tells me that the update has not been checked in the editor, so it cannot be used
  • Markiz DeGenerat's avatar
    Hello. This is actually a very good update, but I had two problems when creating a game with it. The first is in the non-functioning leagues of South Korea, and the second is in the conflict of the League of Liechtenstein and Switzerland. I can't say what the first problem is connected with, but the second one is most likely connected with the fact that the club from Liechtenstein plays in the Swiss championship. Most likely, this is the essence of the conflict
  • J0ker420's avatar
    When will the South African database be done?
  • J0ker420's avatar
    Hi! I'm from South Africa. Can you please consider doing a more in depth South African database? Thank you.
  • jayjayny's avatar
    Great work, thank you!
  • Kankusho's avatar
    Hi, for when do you think there might be lower Leagues in Portugal?
  • minhraus's avatar
    I tried Cambodia and Philippines but both have squad registration issues. All teams failed to register any 1st team players and they all play with youngsters or grey-out players.
  • DomMaxmaxmax's avatar
    This file dont have Portugal inside, please fix that
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