FIFA eWorld Cup 2019™

FIFA eWorld Cup 2019™

FIFA eClub World Cup

Everything you need to know about the FIFA eClub World Cup 2019

FIFA eClub World Cup 2018 location
  • Event will be broadcast live from London on 9 and 10 February
  • Tournament format, live stream channels and timings at a glance
  • Everything you need to know about the FIFA eClub World Cup™ 2019

Overview

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.

To get all the information and live updates, visit fifa.com/fifaeworldcup.

Where can I watch the tournament live?

The tournament will be streamed live on the following channels:

The finals will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football from 14:30 to 16:00 GMT on 10 February.

Teams and groups

Learn all about the teams in each group:

Timings

The FIFA eClub World Cup 2019 will take place on 9 and 10 February as follows:

Day 1: Saturday 9 February (all times in GMT):
10:00 – 13:45: Groups A & C – group stage
13:45 – 14:45: Break
14:45 – 18:30: Groups B & D – group stage

Day 2: Sunday 10 February:
09:45 – 11:10: Quarter-finals
11:10 – 11:25: Break
11:25 – 14:15: Semi-finals
14:15 – 14:30: Break
14:30 – 16:00: Finals

Format

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 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
  • 3rd match: If the 1st and 2nd matches result in a draw, the PlayStation and Xbox players team up to contest a 3rd match against the opposing side.

For more information about the format, click here.

Prizes

The prize money and EA SPORTS Global Series Points for the FIFA eClub World Cup 2019 will be distributed as follows:

Prize money (per team)

1st place: USD 40,000
2nd place: USD 20,000
3rd-4th place: USD 10,000
5th-8th place: USD 2,000
9th-16th place: USD 1,500

EA SPORTS Global Series Points (per player)

1st place: 1,500
2nd place: 850
3rd-4th place: 625
5th-8th place: 450
9th-16th place: 275

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