FIFAe Nations Cup 2021 participants confirmed

  • FIFAe Nations Online Qualifiers 2021™ concluded
  • Final event to take place from 20 to 22 August in Copenhagen
  • Countries to be represented by three players in the Danish capital

The 24-team field for the FIFAe Nations Cup 2021™ is set. Belgium, England, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Sweden made it through from Europe at the weekend to book their place in the finals, which will unfold in Copenhagen from 20-22 August. Denmark will also participate as hosts.

After a long and winding road to the final, from domestic level to the FIFAe Nations Online Qualifiers 2021™, the search for the ultimate national team in FIFA esports comes to an exciting close in one of the most prestigious competitions of the year. During a three-day event in the Danish capital, the world’s best nations in EA SPORTS™ FIFA 21 come together to compete for international glory.

For many of the world’s best players, representing their country is a dream come true. The 24 nations are each represented by three players and pitted against each other in a 2v2 competition, with one player as a substitute. On the biggest stage of competitive EA SPORTS™ FIFA they will go head-to-head for prize money of USD 400,000, in addition to the USD 100,000 distributed during qualification.

After the teams from Asia & Oceania, the Middle East & Africa, South America, North & Central America as well as host country Denmark had already booked their tickets, Europe now also has its finalists. Here are the nations that have qualified for the FIFAe Nations Cup 2021™:

With the FIFAe Nations Cup™, FIFA provides a global stage where nations are represented by the best domestic players, who fly the flag for their culture, community, and country. This narrative adds another dimension to the FIFAe tournament series – for both players and fans. All results are available on

On 4 June, the final national teams will be confirmed and they can adjust their roster after the qualifiers. Moreover, on 18 June, the draw for the FIFAe Nations Cup 2021™ will take place and determine the groups for the final stage of the FIFAe Nations Series 2021™.

As with all upcoming events, FIFA will continue to monitor the global health situation and any potential impact on the safety of participants and staff.

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