The FIFA franchise is unrivalled in authencitiy, and EA has once again pulled out the big guns for FIFA 21.
Here's what we know about all the leagues in the game this year.
On an official article from EA, we can see all the confirmed leagues and competitions for FIFA 21:
- UEFA Champions League
- UEFA Europa League
- UEFA SuperCup
- CONMEBOL Libertadoes
- CONMEBOL Sudamericana
- CONMEBOL Recopa
- English Premier League
- EFL (English Football League)
- Spanish La Liga
- German Bundesliga
- Italian Serie A TIM
- French Ligue 1 Uber Eats
- Mexican LIGA BBVA MX
- Japanese Meji Yasuda J1 League
- US Major League Soccer
- Chinese Super League
- Dutch Eredivisie
- Polish PKO BP Ekstraklasa
- Saudi MBS Pro League
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The Paraguayan League is a surprise rumour that has surfaced on Reddit and could be possible with EA’s link to the Copa Libertadores.
The South American leagues are well represented on FIFA and we could be seeing another in October.
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Lower divisions in various countries are always talked about with England’s National League often mentioned.
The Welsh League would also be a popular choice in a certain area of the UK!
FIFPlay have been running a vote to see which leagues fans want to see on FIFA 21.
As things stand, the Indian Super League and Finnish Veikkausliga are the most wanted by the FIFA Community.
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A full Greek league is also popular with just a handful of Greek teams available in the Rest of World section.
A licensed Brazilian league is also up near the top and is certainly something we would like to see.
Indian Super League – 13%
Finnish Veikkausliga – 13%
Greek League – 9%
UAE, Malaysian and Indonesian Leagues – 4%
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