FMINSIDE DATA UPDATE
Fed up with playing the previous 2016/2017 season in Football Manager 2017? Well then you will like this data update! The official FMInside Data Update will take your game into the future and into the 2017/2018 season! This is the best data update for Football Manager you will be able to find. Over 19.000 downloads up to this date!
LATEST UPDATE: 14/10/2017
This is the final version of our Transfer Update for Football Manager 2017. All the transfers and changes that have been in the footballing world have been corrected and updated in this version.
Download the final version of the FMInside Transfer Update
Every playable league in FM2017 has been corrected.
Correct clubs will play in the CL/UEL
New managers, sacked managers and new contracts.
Long term injuries and suspensions have been added.
The FMInside Data Update is one of the most extensive data updates you will find on the internet. We don’t do transfers for the big leagues only, we will do transfers for the lower leagues in England, Turkey, Slovakia and many others.
And that is not it! We alter contracts, managerial changes, wages, squad numbers, captains, stadiums and even add some young and fresh wonderkids to freshen up the game.
The update has over 100.000 changes the original 17.3 database misses. We try to release a new update every week and publish a new data update. With more than 18.000 downloads since the release, the FMI Data Update is one of our most successful downloads.
HOW TO INSTALL THE FMINSIDE DATA UPDATE
- Download the update by clicking the download button.
- Move the .fmf file to the following location:
Documents/Sports Interactive/Football Manager 2017/editor data/
If the editor data folder doesn’t exist you can create it yourself.
- Open FM2017 and start a new career.
- When selecting your database make sure the FMInside Data Update is selected.
*IMPORTANT! Make sure to delete older versions of the update from the editor data folder. The update will be corrupted if you do not delete the old files.
Be aware that using multiple Data Updates simultaneously could result in unexpected errors, corrupted data and crashes.