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Welcome to the Official Soccer Rage Wiki!
The comprehensive Soccer Rage wiki reference; written and maintained by the players. We are currently maintaining 305 pages (22 articles) with 17,581 participating in this Wiki so far!
About Soccer Rage

Soccer Rage is a sport/action game that features: a hybrid engine of soccer and fighting. This game has a dynamic and fast paced soccer gameplay. There are no red cards, no off-sides, no outside balls, no substitutions, brutal fouls are allowed along with fighting. The game is currently out on Early Access on Steam. The game was created and developed by Stamina-Games.

In order to beat your opponent you need to have a greater goal difference or make your opponent have less than 7 players on the field. There are no red cards, no off-sides, no outside balls, no substitutions, brutal fouls are allowed along with fighting. Create the best strategy in order to beat the opponent team while attacking or defending.

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