Welcome to the Football Manager 2017 youth intake dates, the official calendar of FM 2017 regen creation dates. This is just another of the many guides that we have here on the site.
First, let us make an introduction to help the beginners in Football Manager series.
What are Regens or Newgens in Football Manager 2017?
Regens or Newgens are virtual players with computer faces regenerated by Football Manager 2017 through the ages.
The purpose of these players is to replace the real players.
Real players such as Franck Ribéry, Philipp Lahm or Andrea Pirlo get older throughout the game and they end up by retiring (although many assume manager positions), which is why it is necessary new players in the game, to allow it to continue playable.
These players are automatically regenerated by the Football Manager 2017 system and they’re called Regens and/or Newgens.
Regens and Newgens? What’s the difference between them?
None, both (Regens and Newgens) are exactly the same. In the past editions of Football Manager it was more common using the term Regens, however, some years ago Sports Interactive said that they changed their system and also the name of the regenerated players to Newgens.
But the truth is that the community continues to refer to this type of player as regens, and only a minority uses the term newgen.
How to find the best Regens/Newgens in FM 2017?
One of the best ways to get the best regens, is to be aware of the FM 2017 regens dates. These type of players appear in clubs in the youth intake day on specific dates designated by the developers of Football Manager 2017.
And that’s why we bring you this article, in which you can find all FM17 Regens dates of all countries in the following years: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.
The main aim of this is to know in which dates these regens appear, so you can send your scouts to make reports on these players.
Which clubs have the best regens?
There are a panoply of clubs that usually have the best young regens, and we made a list that you can see here.
Which nations are included in this list?
We decided to include 51 countries, and we had to be insightful in our selection. We selected these 51 countries taking into account the quality of football as well as the prominence to appear good young talents.
Special notes: There are some nations with the youth intake day in 2016. They are: USA – 26th December, Egypt – 2nd October, Ghana – 2nd October, Ivory Coast – 2nd October, Nigeria – 2nd October
Football Manager 2017 Regen Dates
|Argentina||31st July||8th August||1st August||30th July||31th July|
|Australia||13th September||13th September||13th September||12th September||13th September|
|Austria||14th February||10th February||14th February||-||11th February|
|Belgium||9th March||13th March||6th March||9th March||9th March|
|Brazil||11th September||11th September||18th September||14th September||7th September|
|Cameroon||3rd October||-||3rd October||2nd October||3rd October|
|Canada||15th February||15th February||-||15th February||15th February|
|Chile||19th September||26th September||23rd September||14th September||23rd September|
|Colombia||6th January||13th January||10th January||2nd January||10th January|
|Croatia||22nd February||-||-||29th February||25th February|
|Czech Republic||7th March||16th March||12th March||4th March||6th March|
|Denmark||16th March||12th March||5th March||5th March||5th March|
|Egypt||3rd October||3rd October||3rd October||-||3rd October|
|England||7th March||28th February||1st March||28th February||6th March|
|Finland||6th August||6th August||8th August||2nd August||11th August|
|France||1st March||1st March||3rd March||26th February||6th March|
|Germany||3rd March||26th February||6th March||29th February||5th March|
|Greece||26th February||-||1st March||-||26th February|
|Holland||14th March||19th March||25th March||17th March||24th March|
|Hungary||6th March||1st March||5th March||26th February||4th March|
|Ireland||8th September||19th September||17th September||14th September||7th September|
|Italy||8th March||14th March||6th March||15th March||5th March|
|Ivory Coast||3rd October||3rd October||-||2nd October||3rd October|
|Japan||27th August||27th August||-||26th August||27th August|
|Luxembourg||-||-||27th February||27th February||-|
|Mexico||19th February||24th February||22nd February||15th February||-|
|N.Ireland||7th March||13th March||6th March||11th March||1st March|
|New Zealand||23rd February||-||23rd February||-||23rd February|
|Norway||4th February||28th January||3rd February||23rd January||23rd January|
|Paraguay||24th September||24th September||24th September||23rd September||24th September|
|Poland||1st March||7th March||24th February||24th February||7th March|
|Portugal||17th March||6th March||6th March||16th March||15th March|
|Romania||24th February||7th March||5th March||2nd March||23rd February|
|Russia||21st February||19th February||17th February||9th February||16th February|
|Scotland||8th March||28th February||-||3rd March||3rd March|
|Serbia||23rd February||18th February||25th February||16th February||22nd February|
|Slovakia||4th March||11th March||8th March||6th March||6th March|
|Slovenia||13th March||-||9th March||7th March||19th March|
|South Africa||24th March||21st March||30th March||22nd March||21st March|
|South Korea||5th September||1st September||4th September||6th September||2nd September|
|Spain||19th March||18th March||17th March||27th March||28th March|
|Sweden||22nd August||2nd September||2nd September||23rd August||30th August|
|Switzerland||25th February||8th March||8th March||27th February||5th March|
|Turkey||8th March||8th March||27th February||4th March||28th February|
|USA||27th December||27th December||27th December||26th December||27th December|
|Ukraine||15th March||6th March||12th March||6th March||14th March|
|Uruguay||20th July||21st July||18th July||18th July||22nd July|
|Venezuela||24th September||24th September||24th September||-||24th September|