Football Australia to compete in FIFAe Nations Series 2021

Football Australia will join 60 nations in the FIFAe Nations Series 2021 – the world’s biggest FIFAe national team competition – in a bid to compete for the FIFAe Nations Cup 2021 title.

The FIFAe Nations Series pits the very best EA SPORTS FIFA 21 national teams against each other, with the final tournament seeing 24 vie on the biggest state in competitive FIFA.

Australia’s squad of players (yet to be announced) will compete in online qualifying matches against nine other Oceania and Asia nations between April 29 and May 1 for one of five spots allocated to the region for the FIFAe Nations Cup Final event.

If Australia progresses through the online qualifiers, then Australia’s squad (up to three) will take on some of the planet’s best players and nations on the world stage in a 2v2 format between 20 and 22 August in Copenhagen.

Australia has competed at the tournament before, with Melbourne City FC’s Marcus Gomes and Sydney FC’s Mark Brijeski representing Australia at the 2019 FIFA eNations Cup in London.

Stay tuned to Football Australia’s channels to learn more about the progress of Australia’s FIFA esports squad in the lead up the FIFAe Nations Series.

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