In my experience (Android user), the only football games worth playing are... New Star Soccer (free) You experience "the life" of a footballer, match gameplay lasts about 30 seconds and you only kick the ball a few times per game. Gameplay is incredibly basic and consists of frozen moments in time where you line up shots using an arrow that is displayed on-screen and then tap the ball (which moves, to make it difficult). You can blast through a season in an hour. It's surprisingly addictive, though simple. New Star Soccer Manager (free) This is cards-based (myClub/FUT style) but tries to be realistic. Levelling your team up and climbing the leagues is quite fun, upgrading your staff and your facilities etc... It's much deeper than the above (and deeper than the Master League, which is shameful really). Gameplay again "freezes" when it's your turn, until you start to move your players, and then "freezes" when you stop moving - the interesting thing is that you can draw paths for multiple players, which adds a tactical element you don't get in "normal" football games. Tiki Taka Soccer (free) A straight up Sensible Soccer / SWOS clone (there are lots, but this one is perfect). The guy who makes it is obviously a big football game fan, because your starting players are the classic PES ML starting players! Lots of fun but the other games on this list have slightly deeper gameplay. Football Manager 2019 (costs money) If you don't want to play the matches themselves and just want to be a manager, you'll never beat Football Manager, on any platform. The match engine gets better all the time on mobile (but of course doesn't compete with the PC version) and the depth is hidden by the simplicity of the UI etc... But it's all brilliantly realistic. Again, it destroys PES's Master League, but you can only watch the games.