The fmi update has returned for the Football Manager 2020 season. This update is the most accurate and up to date database for Football Manager 2020 and we are planning to set new records!
After we broke our own record with our FM19 version (400k downloads), we are keen on setting new standards for the FM20 season! We will be releasing updates on a monthly basis, while we will release multiple updates during the transfer windows in January and ahead of the 2020/2021 season.
Updated on: 17-01-2019
Download the fmi update 2020 (direct)
Download the fmi update 2020 (Steam)
What is in this version?
Total changes: 44.410
- Alexander Nübel > Bayern
- Gedson Fernandes > Spurs
- Ashley Young > Internazionale
- Diego Demme & Stanislav Lobotka > Napoli
- Pepe Reina > Aston Villa
- Ignacio Pussetto > Watford
- Darren Randolph > West Ham United
- Ondrej Duda & Lukas Rupp > Norwich City
- Simon Kjær & Asmir Begovic > A.C. Milan
- Mattia Caldara > Atalanta
- Patrick Cutrone > Fiorentina
- Fabio Borini > Hellas Verona
- Jean-Clair Todibo > Schalke 04
- Marin Pongracic > Wolfsburg
- Munas Dabbur & Michael Esser > Hoffenheim
- Kevin Vogt > Werder Bremen
- Eduard Löwen > FC Augsburg
- Konstantinos Mavropanos > Nürnberg
- Rhian Brewster > Swansea City
- Ivan Cavaleiro > Fulham
- Patryk Klimala > Celtic
- Youssef En-Nesyri > Sevilla
- Yony Gonzalez > Benfica
- Raúl de Tomás > Espanyol
- Henry Onyekuru & Marcelo Saracchi > Galatasaray
- Simon Falette > Fenerbahce
- Jeroen Zoet > FC Utrecht
- Mats Møller Dæhli > KRC Genk
- Daniele de Rossi & Mohamed Sissoko > Retired
- Kwang-Song Han > Al-Duhail
- Quique Setién > Barcelona
- Jon Dahl Tomasson > Malmö FF
- Adrian Mutu > Romania U21
- Mauro Camoranesi > Tabor Sezana
- Aleksandar Kolarov
- Reece James
- Armel Bella-Kotchap
- Bryan Cristante
- Chris Wilder
- Kevin Akpoguma
- Peter Bosz
Standard features fmi update 2020
- The latest transfers
- Added missing players / managers
- New wonderkids to discover
- Managerial changes
- Contract renewals & terminations
- Updated captains and vice-captains
- Corrected club & kit colors
- Real competition and league names
- Added new clubs / Removed old clubs / Merged clubs
- Correct award & trophy names
- Added/Removed legends/icons/favoured personnel
- Added real life media pundits
- PA & CA Updates / Upgrades / Downgrades
- Promotion & Relegation from leagues that have already finished
How to install the fmi update 2020
These are instructions for when you download it directly. If you choose to download it from Steam, the game will automatically add the update to your editor data folder.
- Download the fmi update 2020 by clicking the download button.
- Move the .fmf file to the following location:Documents/Sports Interactive/Football Manager 2019/editor data/
- If the editor data folder doesn’t exist you can create it yourself.
- Open FM20 and start a new career.
- When selecting your database make sure the fmi update 2020 is selected.
- After you have selected your database, pick the nations & leagues and start your game!
- Have fun!!
IMPORTANT!: Using multiple data updates could result in unexpected errors and possible corrupt save games and/or crashes. We do not test our update alongside any other data updates and are not able to recommend any updates or files to use.
If you want to share this download on your own page, make sure to add a download link to this very page and only after you have been given permission by the FMInside team (contact us).
You are not allowed to download the update, make changes and the upload under your own name.
You are allowed to make changes on the update for personal use, but not for commercial use.