Striker is a soccer video game released by Rage Software in 1992 for the Commodore Amiga, Amiga CD32, Atari ST, PC, Mega Drive/Genesis, and Super Nintendo. It was bundled in one of the Amiga 1200 launch packs. It was one of the first soccer games to feature a 3D viewpoint, after Simulmondo's I Play 3D Soccer. A sequel, "World Cup Striker", was released for the Super Nintendo with a Game Boy port of the same game released as "Soccer" many months later.
The Amiga version of Striker ran on all Amiga systems with a minimum of 512K Chip RAM, including the A1200. Playing the game on an A600, A1200, or A500 equipped with a minimum of 512KB Fast RAM would provide benefits such as faster loading times. The Atari ST version was subject to similar system requirements.
The game received a mixed reaction from the gaming press, with some condemning and others praising its extreme speed. For example, CU Amiga Magazine awarded the game 94% in its June 1992 issue along with the CU Amiga Screenstar award whilst German magazine Amiga Joker awards the game 64% in the September 1992 edition.