Which are the best football switching games?

There are many things to consider when it comes to football switching, but it is essential to note that these games are best played with friends and in a friendly setting.

Here are the top 10 best football switches.


FC Porto vs. Celta Vigo, August 31, 2019.

This game is so good, you may want to change your socks.

Córdoba, Barcelona and Porto have met only once in La Liga, and it is always fun to see the Cóndoba fans cheer as they walk into the Bernabeu.


FC Barcelona vs. Athletic Bilbao, April 2, 2020.

In the Champions League quarter-finals, FC Barcelona’s victory over Athletic Bilboos, 3-2, meant that the two clubs would meet in the semifinals.

At the Camp Nou, Athletic Bilboa’s keeper Luis Garcia-Navarro saved the game for Barcelona, and the win was enough to seal the title for the Catalan club.


Barcelona vs FC Barcelona, May 5, 2020, in the Copa del Rey semi-finals.

It was a classic, with both teams on the attack, with the visitors looking to break the stalemate.

In this match, Barcelona managed to score two goals and had a fantastic chance to win the game when their goalkeeper, Rodrigo Garcia, missed a penalty.


Real Madrid vs. Sevilla, September 5, 2019, in La Guadalajara semi-final.

Sevillas had the better chances of the game, but were unable to break their 0-0 draw with Real Madrid.

In a thrilling match, both teams created chances in the first half and Sevilla had more shots, but Real Madrid took the lead.


AC Milan vs. Juventus, November 13, 2019 in the Champions and Europa League semis.

The Milan defence was superb, and Juventus scored the opening goal to seal their place in the quarter-final against Real Madrid, but then they were held to a draw by the Italian side.


Juventus vs. Barcelona, November 16, 2020 in the Europa League final.

Juve had a difficult time with the Catalans, and when they were finally able to score a goal, they were rewarded with a 1-0 victory.


Real Sociedad vs. Boca Juniors, September 22, 2020 on the road to the Copenón final.

Barcelona were looking for revenge after a 1–0 defeat to Sevilla in the final of the Copário América in September.

The home side had the ball in the box for a second time and managed to get a shot on goal.

But the ball went out of play and the Boca player was left stranded in the middle of the field.

Real Betis came in and took the match by the scruff of the neck, winning the match 2-0.


Bologna vs. AC Monaco, September 25, 2020 at the Estadio Maradona.

The last time this game happened, in October 2016, this was one of the highlights of the Liga de Europa.

This time it was a big clash between two big teams, with Bolognese’s top scorer and two of the best strikers in the world in Mario Mandzukic and Gianluigi Buffon, playing against their former team.

Monaco scored three goals in the match, but Bolognians keeper, Mariano Di Canio, saved the tie.


Athletic Club vs. Real Zaragoza, September 26, 2020 away to Boca.

Athletic’s fans were at their very best, chanting “La Liga!

La Liga!

The best football!

La La La”.

The goal was a stunning solo effort by Di Cania, with his first touch he set up the cross that sent it into the net.


Real Atlético vs. Barca, October 5, 2021 at the Camp de France.

Real and Barcelona have faced each other only twice in the last decade, and this was a perfect example of the superiority of Barcelona.

The match was played in a hostile environment with the crowd chanting “Barca, Barca” at the Nou Camp.

The fans were so full that they were spilling onto the pitch and the two teams exchanged penalties before half time.