The Football T Trophy Guide

Trophy Roadmap

Difficulty: 0/10
Estimated time to Platinum: 2 – 3 min
Trophies: 21. 40-platinum 1 / Gold 9 / Silver 5 / Bronze 6
Missable trophies: None
Glitched trophies: None
Difficulty related: None
Playthrough: –

Introduction

Welcome to The Football T trophy guide!
Webnetic have given us yet another of the easiest platinum trophies you are likely to see!

Roadmap

Step 1: Get through the Tutorial
With a couple of presses of the  button you will have made your way through the tutorial, and you will be ready to start the game.

You’ll not be earning any trophies in this step, but it is needed to get to the main part of the game.

Step 2: Dribble the ball 9500 times
You will need to dribble a total of 9500 times for the Platinum; which may sound quite a lot! However, in order to dribble, you simply need to hold the  button…. Yes, that’s it! That’s all you need to do.

After 2-3 minutes you will have dribbled enough for the platinum trophy! Congrats on the 40-platinum! Now go stack it!

Tips and Strategies

Holding of the can be performed using your finger, some tape, an elastic band, or indeed some sort of weight.

Video Walkthrough

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Trophy List

The Football T
You have the true player! – Unlock all trophies
The name “soccer” is used mostly in the United States. Gold
Dribble the ball 9500 times
The game of basketball was created by using a soccer ball. Gold
Dribble the ball 9000 times
Four out of every five soccer balls are manufactured in Pakistan. Gold
Dribble the ball 8500 times
Did you know that until 1991, soccer was an illegal sport in Mississippi? Gold
Dribble the ball 8000 times
The national sport of Canada is soccer. Gold
Dribble the ball 7500 times
The number 10 is unofficially considered the kit number for the best player on a squad. Gold
Dribble the ball 7000 times
The oldest player in world cup history is Egyptian goalkeeper Essam El Hadary Gold
Dribble the ball 6500 times
Goalies first started wearing different colored jerseys in 1913. Gold
Dribble the ball 6000 times
Field players end up running anywhere from 5 to 10 miles during the match. Gold
Dribble the ball 5500 times
There are over 5000 teams in the English football system. Gold
Dribble the ball 5000 times
Norway might not be considered the best country for soccer success, but they are the only football team not to lose to Brazil. Gold
Dribble the ball 4500 times
The very first world cup was a difficult tournament for European countries to get to in 1930. Gold
Dribble the ball 4000 times
The world cup was designed to showcase the best professional football players in the world. Gold
Dribble the ball 3500 times
The British took the game with them to all corners of the world. Gold
Dribble the ball 3000 times
Referees were not used in official soccer matches until 1881.
Dribble the ball 2500 times
The country of Greenland has never been able to have a officially recognized team.
Dribble the ball 2000 times
The oldest professional football club in the world still in existence today is in Sheffield.
Dribble the ball 1500 times
Early alternatives to association football balls include animal skins, skulls, pig bladders, and more
Dribble the ball 1000 times
The earliest game that resembled association football in history is the Chinese game cuju
Dribble the ball 500 times
Catch the ball
Dribble the ball for the first time!

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Published by Dino_Roar Gaming

I try Indie Games, Unedited Gameplay Videos & Walkthroughs. I also write Gaming Reviews & Trophy Guides for https://nodegamers.com/ for #PS5/#PS4/#PSVR/#PSVita

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