Champions World Class Soccer

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Champions World Class Soccer
Champions World Class Soccer
Cover art (European Super NES)
Developer(s) Park Place Productions
Publisher(s) Flying Edge
Distributor(s) Nintendo/Sega
Platform(s) Sega Genesis
Super NES
Release date(s) 1993
Genre(s) Traditional soccer simulation
Mode(s) Single-player

Champions World Class Soccer (チャンピオンズ ワールドクラスサッカー?) is a football (soccer) video game released on the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993 and 1994, developed by Park Place Productions and published by Flying Edge and Acclaim.

The British release featured a picture of Welsh international Ryan Giggs on the game box. The German featured Sepp Maier, and the French featured Paris Saint-Germain.

Modes of play included in the game are Exhibition Match (one player or two players) and Tournament Mode. Progress through the tournament can be saved via a password given at the end of each match. There are also options to turn fouls and offsides on or off, as well as selecting the amount of time allowed for the match to be played in.[1]


 Germany  Brazil  Italy  Argentina  Colombia  Bolivia  Mexico  Spain
 Holland  Great Britain  USA  Japan  Canada  Portugal  Denmark  France
 Greece  Cameroon  Wales  Peru  Belgium  Chile  Uruguay  Israel
  Switzerland  Australia  Scotland  Russia  Austria  Sweden  Republic of Ireland  UAE
 USA All-Stars  Brazil All-Stars  South Africa  Tunisia  Nigeria  Argentina All-Stars  Japan All-Stars  Italy All-Stars
 France All-Stars  Canada All-Stars  Germany All-Stars  Great Britain All-Stars  Spain All-Stars
Review score
Publication Score
Mega 18%[2]

Translation mistakes[edit]

If you set the game's language to German, the translation for "PENALTY" (penalty shootout) will be "SCHEISSEN" (to shit), which is a spelling mistake of "SCHIESSEN" (to shoot).


  1. ^ Champions World Class Soccer at
  2. ^ Mega review, issue 22, page 38, July 1994

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