Super Kick Off is a soccer game for various consoles including the Super Nintendo, Game Boy, Sega Genesis and Sega Master System. It's an indirect sequel in the Kick Off series, most of which were released for European home computers like the Atari ST and Amiga. Super Kick Off plays slower than its predecessors, but is graphically sharper and suited for gamepad control. It was very highly regarded by the European gaming press at the time of release.
Super Kick Off, like the other Kick Off games, uses a vertical perspective of the soccer pitch with the team goals to the north and south.
The game was not the first Kick Off game to be ported to the Super Nintendo. World League Soccer, released the previous year, was based on Kick Off 2. The European Super Nintendo release of Super Kick Off was renamed simply Kick Off, but is not to be confused with the series' 1989 originator.