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Back after the success of Backyard Baseball and Soccer in 1999, Humongous Entertainment created Backyard Football. The 1999 version is the first of the Backyard Sports games to feature professional real-life players and sports teams. It was also the first computer game to include a custom player creation.

Following the 1999 release, new versions were released every year from 2001's Backyard Football 2002 to 2010's "Backyard Sports: Rookie Rush"

From Wikipedia

List of Games[]

Title Year Platforms
Backyard Football 1999 Macintosh, Microsoft Windows
Backyard Football 2002 2001 Macintosh, Windows
Backyard Football 2002 Game Boy Advance
Backyard Football 2002 Nintendo Gamecube
Backyard Football 2004 2003 Windows
Backyard Football 2006 2005 GBA, Playstation 2, Windows
Backyard Sports Football 2007 2006 GBA
Backyard Football '08 2007 Nintendo DS, PS2, Wii, Windows
Backyard Football '09 2008 DS, PS2, Wii, Windows
Backyard Football '10 2009 PS2, Wii, Xbox 360
Backyard Sports: Rookie Rush 2010 Windows, DS, Wii, Xbox 360


  • Backyard Football 2002 is the only game in the series to have its cover athlete replaced. The original release had Drew Bledsoe on the cover, but on later releases Donovan McNabb appears on the cover.