Viva Soccer

PlayStation Viva Soccer

Jewel Case Release


Genre: Soccer CDs: 1
Publisher: Virgin Interactive Released: September 1, 1999
Developer: Virgin Interactive UPC: 0 40421 00518 5
Sony ID: SLUS-00953 PSRM: 014560
Players: 1 to 4 Players Memory: 2 Blocks
Accessories: Analog, Multi-Tap
ESRB: Everyone Animated Violence
Box Copy:

Viva Soccer is a true celebration of the “beautiful game”. Over 1,000 teams lifted from the past World Cups that are at your disposal and the great moments in soccer history can be played out again and again. Viva Soccer contains everything that is good about the sport and compacts over 40 years of soccer skills, teamwork and memories into one game.

  • Features squads of every team to participate in the World Cup qualifying tournaments since 1958.
  • Choose between 6 soccer federations containing 1,035 different teams.
  • Over 16,000 real players, each with their own personal characteristics.
  • 4 different play modes including the ability to play some of the most historical World Cup Matches ever.
  • Realistic controls offer total control over players and allow for scorching volleys, stunning long passes and acrobatic headers.
  • Comprehensive training and tactical screens also offer the chance to refine specific skills and create formations best suited to individual playing styles.
  • PlayerChat encourages players to spot darting runs made by their teammates.
  • Celebration Mode allows you to celebrate your goals in style, endlessly.
  • Instant Replay Mode allows you to play your great goals over and over again.
  • Multi-Player for up to 4 players.




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  • Viva Soccer has an ESRB rating citing ‘animated violence’ – that’s some serious soccer matches!

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