New Star Soccer takes a sideways leap into new territory. This time you're responsible for the running of an entire football club, not just a player, resulting in an even deeper and more enthralling casual simulation of the beautiful game.
This charming game lets you train up your very own MMA fighter, as well as handling his humdrum life outside of the ring. There's no actual hands-on fighting in Punch Club, but you'll feel thoroughly involved all the same.
Retro Bowl is essentially New Star American Football, offering a familiar blend of light management and tactile phase-based minigames come game day. It won our award for the best sports game in 2020 for a reason. If you are looking for a sports game on Android, this one is definitely a nice pick.
Golf Peaks is isn't really a golf game in the traditional sense. Rather, it's an isometric card-based puzzler where you must play the hand necessary to convey the ball to the hole. What matters is it's brilliant fun.
You would have thought that playing any sport by rolling dice would make for the most boring game ever. Bottom of the 9th is nothing of the sort, though, thanks to a streamlined ruleset and charming presentation.
2K has gradually refined its mammoth basketball sim for mobile play, to the point where this year's version offers a startlingly rich console-like sports experience. If you're into your b-ball, you need to download it from Google Store!
PGA Golf Tour Shootout sits firmly between arcade golf and golf simulation, and stirs in fancy 3D graphics and online play. It's the kind of game golf fanatics and total noobs alike will love. With this, we are closing the list of best sports games on Android, if you think something should be added or removed from the list, let us know.