Football Manager Handheld launches on Android devices on Wednesday, 11th April, Sega has announced.

Included are leagues from 12 countries, full control over transfers, training and tactics. You can manage the team live during match-days in "short, commute-sized sessions or in mammoth sittings on the sofa". There's also a Challenge Mode, which features short-term scenarios. The game's already out on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices.

You can buy it from the Google Play store for Ł6.99. Sega said it'll likely launch on other Android app stores over the coming weeks.

Sports Interactive boss Miles Jacobson said: "Since the first release of Football Manager Handheld for mobiles a couple of years ago, the most asked question on social networks has been 'When is it coming to Android?' Now, we can reveal the answer."

The 12 countries with playable leagues are Australia, Belgium, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Portugal, Scotland, Spain and Wales.

The game's been designed for Android devices using OS 2.2 and above. Debut screenshots below.

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