The game will be the third in the Mario Strikers series, following Mario Smash Football (aka Super Mario Strikers) on the GameCube and Mario Strikers Charged on the Wii.
Like its predecessors, Battle League will focus on 5v5 arcade-style football action, with no fouls and the ability to use items.
Mario Strikers Battle League - trailer
It will be released on June 10, and will support local multiplayer for up to eight players (four on each side).
The game will also include online play, with up to 20 players able to join one club in an attempt to be the best in the world.
Players will now be able to collect equipment, which will not only change their character’s appearance, but also change their stats.
Special shots will also feature, and this time when players activate one the art style will change to a hand-drawn sketch, similar to the official artwork for the previous Mario Strikers games.
This will be the fourth Mario sports game on the Switch, following Mario Tennis Aces, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and Mario Golf: Super Rush.