Thanks to Icarus for originally creating this page.
I'll explain with the following images.
This is the "new" Premier League, here the major clubs battle in 38 fixtures home and away, a victory is 3 points, a draw is 1 point, and a loss is 0 just like in every league.
The leagues below work the same, they've just been remade to fit the theme, and you'll find the clubs fitting accordingly in their own categories below the top dogs in the Premier.
These are only a few divisions I'm showing you, there's nineteen so way too many to show.
If you don't see your team, don't fret they're all there, you just need to dig into the lower divisions for the lower reputation clubs.
The league cups work differently as well, they've been given the reputation of the Europa League and the Champions League, as well as the prize money as you advance through the stages so it's quite rewarding.
Capital One Cup is now basically the Champions League, as it starts off into a group stage allocating teams from different tiers in them, and it would work just as it would in the Champions League, top 2 carry on to knockout stages and so on.
Last but not least, rules and prizes: Look at all that cash! So what if you came in 13th... Next season you'd be more than sure to have enough budget to retry your strategies to challenge for the title, if you play your cards right.
Step 1Extract the downloaded file using 7-Zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for Mac.
Move the extracted FIFA World Super League.fmf file to your editor data folder:
Documents > Sports Interactive > Football Manager 2015 > editor data
Important: Create the "editor data" folder if it doesn't exist.
Notice: There may be two "Sports Interactive" folders in your Documents library. If this is the case then put it in the one which has your saved games inside.
Step 2Start a new career game (won't work with classic mode).
A little pop-up window will come up that says there is X enabled editor files. Select "Custom" from the editor data drop down menu and choose the databases you wish to load in your new save.