Thursday, 27 February, 2020

Author: FIFATV


The FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™ was the first testing event of new technology on the road map to 2022/23 where a range of offline tests took place to further develop new and existing technologies. More on #FootballTechnology: https://football-technology.fifa.com/


Italy v Japan – FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019 – Match 28


Ahead of Friday’s Final Draw, 32 key players representing each of the teams that have qualified for the FIFA World Cup™ have taken time to congratulate each other based on the order of qualification for Russia 2018. From host country Read more…


Norway v Honduras – FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019 – Match 29


Stop what you’re doing 🖐 It’s time for the 2006 FIFA World Cup final between 🇮🇹 and 🇫🇷 Who will reign supreme!? 🏆


FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2020 marks the first time an Indian women’s team will take part in a FIFA World Cup. Hosting the Tournament is a watershed moment for women’s sport in the nation. Through this Tournament, the Read more…


And then there were eight. Day Two at the FIFA eClub World Cup 2020™ ended with the culmination of the group stage and Round of 16 as the race to be crowned the best club team on EA SPORTS FIFA Read more…


FIFA Futbol Mundial tells the story of how Argentina won their first FIFA World Cup in 1978 after a thrilling Final that was marked by drama and controversy from before the contest all the way to the extra time. More Read more…


Complexity Gaming triumphed in a dramatic finale at the FIFA eClub World Cup 2020™ in Milan to be named the leading club team on competitive EA SPORTS FIFA. The North American side, consisting of ‘Joksan’ and ‘MaXe’, edged Ellevens on Read more…