Game developer Sports Interactive are famous for their immensely popular series of Football Manager games, with the latest edition coming soon.
The football simulation gives gamers the chance to sit in the dugout and play out their wildest dreams as a manager of their favourite club. Whether it is bulldozing the planet as Manchester City with their wealth or getting the likes of Dover Athletic in the Premier League, the possibilities are endless.
So it might not come as a surprise to see that the developers have a pretty swanky office. But it is not so fair to show it off to the rest of us, either stuck in the same 1970s building or cooped up at home.
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A TikTok from @footballmanager opens with an LED-lit room with plushy furniture but it is the decorated football shirts on the wall that catch the eye.
The next shot sees the camera delve into offices, designed to match each club's theme. And to really sub salt into the wounds, each chair has a personalised football shirt on the back.
They even have their own tunnel that looks like you are walking out into an actual stadium. However, as the doors swing open, it reveals a very different scene – a terrace overlook the Olympic Park.
The TikTok then turns from the delightful views to some beautiful fashion – in the form of a series of vintage shirts that also don the Sports Interactive logo.
And to top it all off, there are pool tables and dartboards – making it seem more like a pub than a workplace. Kudos, Football Manager team, that is some set-up.
It had fans begging to work for them in the comments, with one saying: "where do i apply." Another wrote: "I'll have a job please."
While a third said: "Man this looks like the dream place to work for. Y’all hiring video editors?" The Football Manager account replied, saying: "You’d be coming for my job!"
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