Facebook Messenger is one of the most exciting social networking apps. With a number of highly user-friendly features such as video calling, voice messaging, tons of animated emojis and GIFs, the messaging app allows you to communicate with your friends and loved ones with absolute fun, doesn’t it?

Facebook has updated its Messenger app to add an all new hidden game – Soccer – within the app. If you are looking to master your skills of playing soccer, you would love to put your hands on this pretty thrilling game. Wish to get started with it on your Android smartphone? Let’s dive ahead!

How to Play Facebook Messenger’s New Secret Soccer Game on Android

How to Play Facebook Messenger’s New Secret Soccer Game on Android Phone

Step #1. First off, you need to make sure that Facebook Messenger has been updated to the latest version on your smartphone. Launch the Messaging app on your device.

Launch the Facebook Messenger App

Step #2. Next up, you will have to select an emoji soccer ball and send it to a friend in order to activate the hidden game.

Select an emoji soccer ball

Step #3. Once you have successfully sent the emoji soccer ball to your friend, you have to tap on the soccer ball to launch the game.

tap on the soccer ball to launch the game

Step #4. The main goal of the game is to keep the ball in the air as long as possible. Tap on the ball to start. You need to keep tapping in order to keep it going.

Tap on the ball to start

The game is a bit difficult as you will have to put your best foot forward to score goals. At the same time, you have got to be prepared to face a lot of distractions which will appear on the screen.

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Personally, I have really enjoyed playing this fabulous game. Though it has driven me nuts to score goals, I am very confident of having a good command over it after a few days of practice.

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