Formation – Top Eleven

The minimum number of signed players in your squad is 14 and the maximum is 22. You can have more than 22 players, but you will not be able to sign a contract with them. After 7 days, any player without a signed contract will leave your team. In order to sign a contract, you should sack or sell one of your players with a signed contract. You should keep in mind that during official matches (League, Cup and Champions League) you may have 7 players on the reserves bench and you can use 3 of them in order to substitute tired, injured or players who were warned with yellow cards. However, during friendlies you may have 11 players on the bench and you are free to use any number of them.

Some formations are not allowed in Top Eleven and may lead to 20% ball possession, which in turn reduces the chance of victory.

Throughout the whole match you must have:

  • a goalkeeper (blue)
  • at least three defenders (green) (DL/DC/DR)
  • at least one striker (red)
  • at least one player on both flanks.
  • at least four players in the opponents half (ML/MC/MR or AML/AMC/AMR or ST)
  • at least three players in the midfield section (AML/AMC/AMR and/or ML/MC/MR and/or DML/DMC/DMR)

One player on each flank is enough, but three players on the same flank will also lead to 20% possession.

(source: wiki.topeleven.com)

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2 comments

  1. I have noticed that this information has been taken from somewhere else, but I would like to ‘say’ the following.

    What do you mean by: ‘One player on each flank is enough, but three players on the same flank will also lead to 20% possession.’ Playing 3 players on one flank causes a loss in possession?

    There is something missing in the following: ‘Some formations are not allowed in Top Eleven and may lead to 20% ball possession’. It should be ‘may lead to a loss of 20% ball possesion’.

    Still, I think some of these rules are a bit unrealistic. A team, in real life, can play with 2 defenders (DC) and 2 wingbacks (DMR and DML) with no apparent negative effect in ball possesion.

    1. This article is quite out of database because Nordeus (TOPELEVEN) changed the rules and they removed the 20%.

      Everything on this website have been reuploaded because we changed the hosting company and we had to take it back from 0.

      At the end we wrote the source.

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