The video game industry's always one step ahead. Now, in 2021, the announcement of the football Super League has jumped, but for many years this special League with the big European clubs could be carried out in the form of a video game. There are many football simulators with which it is possible to carry out a Super League with the conception and teams that have been created -Football Manager, FIFA 21 itself...-, but in 2001 a game came out whose mission was exactly to carry out hold a Super League.
Under the name that does not leave much to the imagination of European Super League, the game, which came out for the PlayStation 1 and DreamCast platforms, precisely simulated a league competition between great teams. Included in the game were Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool, Chelsea, Olympiacos, Inter, Ajax, Juventus, Milan, Benfica, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Göteborg, Olympique of Marseille, PSG and Bayer Leverkusen.
With those 16 teams, the only playable ones, you could create a League and a Cup, only always between all these teams. For the gameplays seen and analyzing the game ... the worst of the title will always be its playability. But as an idea, there it's.
In FIFA 99 and 2003 there was also the Super League
In the game par excellence of soccer simulation we can also find this closed League system among the great European teams. For example, in FIFA 99 and FIFA 2003 we find these options, in the absence of, then, the official Champions League license.
In FIFA 99, under the name of the European Star League, the 20 best European teams played a League all against all, something very similar was seen years later in FIFA 2003.