• The best 15 teams will join reigning champions Brøndby IF
• The FIFA eClub World Cup Online Qualification at a glance
The best 16 eFootball teams in the world are set to meet in London next month for the FIFA eClub World Cup 2019.
Over 150 teams participated in the Online Qualification which took place in January and the 15 qualified teams will join the reigning Champion Brøndby IF, the only team to win the FIFA eClub World Cup so far by claiming the first place in the inaugural event in 2016 and in last year’s edition. The FIFA eClub World Cup will take place from 09 - 10 February 2019 in London.
AFC Ajax (Netherlands)
AlNassr FC (Saudi Arabia)
Brøndby IF (Denmark)
NoFuchsGiven eSports (England)
Dijon Football Côte-d'Or (France)
ECV eSports (Netherlands)
FaZe Clan (USA)
KiNG eSports (Germany)
Manchester City eSports (England)
Prime NINJA (Japan)
Team Vitality (France)
Tricked eSport (Denmark)
VFL Bochum 1848 (Germany)
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (England)
If you are interested in an interview with a FIFA representative or a specific team / player ahead of the FIFA eClub World Cup 2019, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also contact the FIFA Media department to express your interest in onsite accreditation for the FIFA eClub World Cup in London.
About the FIFA eClub World Cup™
The FIFA eClub World Cup is the official eFootball club world championship and one of three eFootball events within the EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series hosted by FIFA. The teams will compete for a prize pool of USD 100,000 and important EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series Points on the Road to the FIFA eWorld Cup™ 2019. More information about the distribution of the prize money and the Global Series Points can be found here. The event will be live-streamed on FIFA’s digital channels.
More Information are available on FIFA.com, Twitter and Facebook.
The official hashtag of the tournament is #FIFAeClubWorldCup.
Further information about the FIFA eClub World Cup will be released soon.