I recently enjoyed playing First Touch Soccer 15, a football game for iOS (iPad and iPhone) that is similar to the more famous FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. In this case, the game is not licensed to feature real-life football clubs so the user has the option to customise the teams and leagues (unfortunately no player customisation here).

Being from the Philippines, I cannot play my Azkals but that doesn't stop me from creating the team from scratch right? If I do put the Azkals in game, why not include their regional competition as well? So I decided to add Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Vietnam in the game.

Since this is an ongoing side project, I will update this post as soon as possible. And I also intend to create a United Football League mod as well for Filipino football fans out there! Follow me on Twitter @jpthehistorian for real-time updates.





Update: Philippine 2015 LGR Kits for 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. Don't forget to credit this link and myself so I can continue to make new and updated kits. And oh, I did not forget the Myanmar fans out there. So I decided to create the 2015 Myanmar home and away kit perfect pair for Thailand's Grand Sport kits for the SEA Games gold medal game.






Update: ASEAN Football Kits Mod v1.0 released.




























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  1. Bro tapos mo na yung mod?penge nman para madownload...tnx..lalo yunh ufl..

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  2. Can you upload malaysia kit..please

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  3. where I can upload those kits??

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  4. ASEAN Football Kits Mod v1.0 now released!

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  5. Sorry, did you change the name of a player from another state team ?

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  6. Yes I did...you can change the names of the players too!

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  7. Sorry, where is the download link

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  8. NICE kits update
    Waiting your jobs

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  9. How do you install this mod?

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