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FIFA to hold eClub World Cup in Paris – FIFA on GBP Sports

This year’s FIFA eClub World Cup will be held at the AMP Studios in Paris, France from 19 to 20 May. Featuring 16 professional eSports football teams, the eClub World Cup is a crucial part of the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series on the Road to the FIFA eWorld Cup, virtual football’s equivalent of the FIFA World Cup™.

A total of 32 players will compete at the AMP Studios, featuring two players from Paris Saint-Germain, and two from reigning champions Brøndby.

The 16 teams participating in the FIFA eClub World Cup will not only be competing for a total prize pool of USD $50,000, but also for four seats in the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs. At the playoffs, 64 players on Xbox One and 64 players on PlayStation 4 will fight for their places at the FIFA eWorld Cup 2018 Grand Final.

FIFA eClub World Cup participating clubs and players:

  • PSG eSports – Xbox One: Corentin ‘PSG Rocky‘ Chevrey (PSGRocKy) + PlayStation 4: Johann ‘PSG Maniika‘ Simon (PSGManiiKa)

  • Brøndby eSport – Xbox One: Muhammed ‘Fifaustun‘ Üstün (FifaUstun) + PlayStation 4: Frederik ‚Fredberg‘ Fredberg (FIFA_Fredberg)

  • UNILAD – Xbox One: Spencer ‘UNILAD Gorilla’ Ealing (GorillaUnilad) + PlayStation 4: Shaun ‘UNILAD SHELLZ’ Springette (ShellzzUnilad)

  • BU e-sports – Xbox One: Subaru ‘SubaruMikey’ Sagano (SubaridasMikey) + PlayStation 4: Shota ‘Tsakt’ Sato (tsakt2525)

  • Falcons eSport – Xbox One: Khalid ‘The royal’ Aloufi (1TheRoyal) + PlayStation 4: Mosaad ‘Msdossary7‘ Aldossary (Msdossary7)

  • Xolos de Tijuana – Xbox One: Rodrigo ‘UL1BARRI’ Ulibarri (UL1BARRI) + PlayStation 4: Reinhard ‘Rein10’ Krause (ray_rein)

  • Arte Virtual FC – Xbox One: Brenner ‘AVFC Brenner’ Silva (avfcbrenner) + PlayStation 4: Paulo Henrique ‚AVFC PH Freitas‘ Silva de Freitas (PauloFreitas_PH)

  • FC Schalke 04 Esports – Xbox One: Tim ‘S04 Tim Latka’ Schwartmann (timlatka) + PlayStation 4: Lukas ‘S04 Idealz’ Schmandt (idealz_fifa)

  • TEAM ENVY – Xbox One: Marvyn ‘Aero’ Robert (nVAero) + PlayStation 4: Philipp ‘Eisvogel’ Schermer (Eisvogel7)

  • Hashtag Academy – Xbox One: Ryan ‘Hashtag Ryan’ Pessoa (HashtagRyan) + PlayStation 4: Ivan ‘Hashtag Boras’ Lapanje (HashtagBoras)

  • Vfl Bochum 1848 – Xbox One: Michael ‘MegaBit98’ Bittner (MegaBit98) + PlayStation 4: Daniel ‘DaniFink’ Fink (DaniFink96)

  • Mkers – Xbox One: Kurt ‘kurt 0411’ Fenech (Kurt0411Fifa) + PlayStation 4: Daniele ‘Ice Prinsipe’ Paolucci (IcePrinsipe)

  • FC Basel 1893 – Xbox One: Florian Fritz ‘CodyDerFinisher’ Müller (CodyDerFinisher) + PlayStation 4: Tim Niclas ‘TheStrxngeR’ Katnawatos (TheStrxngeRFIFA)

  • Transfermarkt eSport – Xbox One: Mario ‘MMayo’ Reubold (MrMMayoo) + PlayStation 4: Nicolás ‘nicolas99fc’ Villalba (nicolas99fcx)

  • Lightning Pandas – Xbox One: Sean ‘Dragon’ Allen (DragonFIFA_) + PlayStation 4: Nicklas ‘Niller’ Stensgaard (NillerOfficial)

  • Method – Xbox One: Owen ‘Venny’ Venn (VennyFIFA) + PlayStation 4: Kamil ‘Riptorek’ Soszyński (Riptorek)

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Desert Foxes stand tall against Taeguk Warriors – FIFA on GBP Sports

As kick-off at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ edges closer every day, we at FIFA.com thought we would whet your appetite for the action.

With some outstanding games in store across June and July, we are going to focus in on highlights from some of the most memorable encounters from four years ago.

We were treated to excitement, drama, and an avalanche of goals at Brazil 2014, so what better way to get your imagination flowing for what may be around the corner this time!

Korea Republic 2-4 Algeria
22 June, Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre

Having only picked up a single point in South Africa four years earlier, expectations were somewhat tepid about Algeria’s chances of qualifying from the group stage for the first time, despite having a side containing some impressive young talents.

A resilient display in their 2-1 defeat to Belgium saw people rethinking those predictions, as they faced a Korea Republic side coming off the back of a 1-1 draw with Russia. Les Fennecs went and pushed that bar even higher, with an electric display in Porto Alegre boasting power, precision and attacking intent.

While the Taeguk Warriors kept them on their toes, they would go on to escape the group and gave eventual champions Germany an almighty scare, taking them to extra-time in the Round of 16.

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Lionel Messi – All 27 Goals In El Clasico Vs Real Madrid ● King of El Clasico ● HD

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The Blue Samurai’s two decades on the big stage – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Japan head to Russia 20 years on since their first FIFA World Cup appearance​
  • They have not missed a tournament since France 1998
  • Only Brazil can claim to have been to every tournament since their debut

Besides Brazil, who are yet to miss a FIFA World Cup™, Japan are the only team to have appeared at every finals since making their debut.

Now set for their sixth appearance and two decades on since taking their opening bow at France 1998, FIFA.com takes a look back to see how the Blue Samurai have progressed at the finals.

1998: Japan introduce themselves to the world
Round: Group Stage

“I started knowing about football outside of Japan and I started having a dream. But I didn’t have a chance because the world didn’t look at the Japanese J-League. Finally, we had a chance because we played at the World Cup in France. Then one of my dreams came true.”
Hidetoshi Nakata, midfielder at France 1998

While France 1998 may not be fondly remembered for the results on the field – suffering defeats to Argentina and fellow debutants Croatia and Jamaica – it announced the Blue Samurai to the footballing world. With the likes of Nakata and Shinji Ono going on to prove extremely successful in Europe, their brand of quick-passing, agile football quickly became the nation’s signature brand.

2002: Bringing the festivities home
Round: Last-16

“I think we’re reaping the rewards of the 2002 World Cup, which had a huge impact on my country. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a large number of Japanese players at big European clubs in the next ten years.”
Tsuneyasu Miyamoto, defender in 2002 and captain in 2006, speaking in 2013

While often overshadowed by co-hosts Korea Republic’s run to the semi-finals, as well as enjoying the fervour of a home tournament, Japan delighted on the field, too. Racking up seven points in the group stage, as well as earning their first World Cup win with a 1-0 victory over Russia, their run was only ended by a solitary goal against eventual bronze medallists Turkey.

2006: Dispatched by the holders
Round: Group Stage

“This is such a depressing outcome. It’s all the more disappointing because I believed we had what it takes.”
Zico, coach at Germany 2006

While the painful final blow was inflicted by his free-flowing compatriots, the Brazilian coach’s dreams of leading Japan out of the group stages again ultimately swung on their opening game, collapsing in the final six minutes. Tim Cahill struck twice in a three-goal revival by Australia to clinch a 3-1 win and leave happy memories few and far between from Germany.



2010: Elegance in Africa
Round: Last-16

“Today will be a turning point for Japanese football. The team’s performance will provide youngsters with inspiration to improve. We have showcased the progress of Japanese football.”
Daisuke Matsui, midfielder at South Africa 2010

Marked by some dead-ball delight against Denmark – in what was a straight shoot-out for the last-16 – Japanese fans saw their best-ever World Cup football in South Africa, led by the irresistible Keisuke Honda. Performing at a level that saw him dubbed the ‘Japanese Maradona’, the likes of he, Shinji Okazaki and Matsui shone, only to fall to Paraguay on penalties.

2014: Frustration in Brazil
Round: Group Stage

“I think it’s important for Japan’s football to keep the same image and plan for the future. However in terms of the whole group stage in this World Cup, it was disappointing.”
Makoto Hasebe, captain at Brazil 2014

After impressing four years earlier, they picked up where they left off, with Honda striking again in their opener against Côte d’Ivoire. However, two quick goals saw their luck turn and they left following a chastening defeat to Colombia – who will be their first opponents in Russia.

2018: Redemption in Russia?

“It’s the World Cup, so I want us to show that we are good enough to get to the knockout round. But first of all I want the players to perform in the way that they are capable of.”

New coach Akira Nishino’s prediction for Russia, having replaced Vahid Halilhodzic in April, was one that tempered expectations. A solitary win over New Zealand since topping Asia’s Group B has left fans unsure of what they will see when they walk out against Colombia.

However, with Senegal and Poland making up Group H, it is arguably as wide open and unpredictable as they come in Russia. Having alternated between group stage-exits and reaching the knockout stages since 1998, can they continue that tradition and escape this time out?

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Rodriguez: I want to reach the semis or Final – FIFA on GBP Sports

James Rodriguez has targeting helping Colombia record their best-ever FIFA World Cup™ finish in Russia and salivated over a potential clash with Germany in the knockout phase.

A Rodriguez double – decorated by the that mind-blowing FIFA Puskás Award winnerpowered Colombia past Uruguay and into the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time at Brazil 2014, where they lost 2-1 to Brazil despite the goal that won their No10 the adidas Golden Boot. And the attacking midfielder sees no reason Colombia can’t go at least one better in Eastern Europe.

“I want to have a good World Cup and help my team-mates get to the semi-finals or the Final,” Rodriguez told the Bundesliga’s official website. “Why not?”

Colombia face Japan, Poland and Senegal in Group H. The prospect of facing Germany, where Rodriguez has been based in 2017/18 with Bayern Munich, excites the 26-year-old who has already played club football in six countries. Colombia and Germany could potentially meet in the quarter-finals or Final.

“It would be great, said Rodriguez. “But that’s a long way away – we need to take things step by step.”

Rodriguez’s 21 goals in 62 internationals have him third on Colombia’s list of all-time leading marksmen, behind Falcao (29 goals) and Arnoldo Iguaran (25).

Rene Higuita, who kept goal for Colombia at Italy 1990, recently hailed Rodriguez as “the complete player” in an exclusive interview with FIFA.com.

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