The Best PSP Soccer Games

Over 700 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best PSP Soccer Games
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Games don't have to be console exclusive, as long as they were released for PlayStation Portable at some point.

If you owned a PSP at any time during your life, then it's safe to say there were probably a few soccer games in your collection. With so many great options to choose from, there was never a shortage of games to play for fans of the genre. Since some games were much better than others, we've decided to rank the best PSP soccer games of all time.

This list will feature the most popular and best-selling soccer games that were released for PSP. While many of these games were console exclusive, we're allowing non-exclusives to be a part of the list as well. This list contains items like FIFA Street 2 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2009.

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  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
    304 votes

    Featuring an unprecedented level of realism, Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 brought player individuality to the forefront thanks to its innovative AI system. Known as "Team-Play", this new approach allowed gamers to control multiple players at once, making elaborate team strategies and tactics more accessible than ever before. Moreover, PES 2012 introduced a groundbreaking collision system that accounted for player strength, speed, and direction, resulting in some truly dramatic and realistic animations. As if that wasn't enough, the game boasted an impressive roster of licensed teams and leagues, solidifying Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 as a standout title in the soccer gaming sphere.

  • Drenched in the vibrant atmosphere of the world's most prestigious soccer tournament, 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa offered a thoroughly immersive experience. The game featured an impressive 199 national teams, allowing you to relive all the excitement of the actual tournament or create your own alternate history. Furthermore, an updated penalty kick system added layers of depth and tension to each shootout, magnifying the dramatic moments that defined the real-life competition. To round off this near-perfect package, EA Sports implemented stunning visual enhancements, capturing the essence and spirit of the World Cup like never before.

  • FIFA 11
    198 votes

    Undeniably a watershed moment in the series, FIFA 11 set a new benchmark for soccer games with its revolutionary Personality+ system. No longer content with simple stat boosts, this feature took into account players' real-life skills and traits, resulting in remarkably authentic in-game behavior. But that wasn't all; FIFA 11 also introduced a massively improved Career Mode, offering a deep and engaging journey through the world of soccer management. Additionally, the inclusion of the addictively fun 'Be A Goalkeeper' mode made this iteration of FIFA a must-play title for soccer enthusiasts.

  • FIFA Street 2
    127 votes
    Feb 28 2006

    Injecting a heavy dose of flair and style into the soccer genre, FIFA Street 2 offered a refreshing alternative to its more simulation-focused counterparts. Focusing on skillful dribbling and audacious tricks, this arcade-style title was all about showcasing individual talent and creativity. Featuring a unique "Game Breaker" mechanic, players could charge up a powerful shot or pass by stringing together impressive combos, adding a strategic element to the fast-paced gameplay. With a diverse selection of street venues and a roster of recognizable stars, FIFA Street 2 truly stood out from the crowd.

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2009
    109 votes

    Building upon the successes of previous entries, Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 made significant strides in refining its already stellar gameplay mechanics. The addition of the "Become a Legend" mode provided an enjoyable, RPG-like experience, as players guided their created character through an illustrious soccer career. A revamped Master League also offered a deeper dive into team management, complete with real-time negotiations and improved player development. Topped off with a healthy selection of licensed clubs and competitions, PES 2009 remained a strong contender in the soccer game landscape.

  • Taking a focused approach to soccer gaming, UEFA Champions League 2006-2007 celebrated Europe's premier club competition in all its glory. The game provided intricate tactical options, allowing players to alter their team's playing style on-the-fly using a unique card-based system. A detailed and authentic recreation of the tournament format offered countless hours of entertainment, as players guided their chosen team to continental supremacy. Additionally, the inclusion of legendary commentator Clive Tyldesley provided a truly immersive experience that captured the grandeur of the Champions League.