FIFA eWorld Cup 2019™

FIFA eClub World Cup Format

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The world’s best eFootball clubs and organisations meet at the FIFA eClub World Cup™ to crown the official FIFA 19 club world champions.

The 15 best teams from online qualification will join defending champions Brondby IF at the FIFA eClub World Cup 2019. Each team will compete with two players – one on Xbox and one on PlayStation.

The FIFA eClub World Cup tournament format at a glance:

Group stage:

Each group consists of four teams. All of the teams play each other in a Team Match-Up:

1st match: contested by the PlayStation players from each team
2nd match: contested by the Xbox players from each team
3rd match: PlayStation and Xbox players team up to compete against the opposing side*

*The console used for the third game is selected based on the personal preferences of the teams taking part. The selection is made before the tournament.

Points are awarded for each individual match:
Loss: 0 points
Draw: 1 point
Win: 3 points

This means teams can win up to 9 points in each Team Match-Up.
The best two teams from each group qualify for the knockout stage.

Knockout stage (quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals):

Each Team Match-Up consists of at least two matches:
1st match: contested by the PlayStation players from each team
2nd match: contested by the Xbox players from each team

These two matches are grouped together as a single tie, with 0 points then awarded for a loss, 1 point for a draw and 3 points for a win.
3rd match: If the 1st and 2nd matches result in a draw, the PlayStation and Xbox players can team up to contest a 3rd match against the opposing side*

*In this case, the team with the greater goal difference chooses the console

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