FIFA20 Pro Clubs league aimed at grassroots clubs

by David Knight in Sandiacre, England, United Kingdom


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This project will only be funded if at least £1,000 is pledged by September 8th 2019 at 1:42pm

I want my FIFA Pro Clubs league to be the place where grassroots teams can rely on a well-run competitive gaming league.

by David Knight in Sandiacre, England, United Kingdom - The place to go for FIFA Pro Clubs league play. 

I have been involved with football (playing and coaching) for about 37 years, mostly at amateur level. I also love gaming, and such have created an online league for people that play the popular game series FIFA by Electronic Arts.

I want eSport players of EA's FIFA game to join a league that encourages 11v11 play, is a safe website and is clear and concise with its funding and payouts. Not a poor league that abuses it's customers.


How many FA affiliated clubs have their own official eSports team playing FIFA? It's a sure bet that many of their members are already playing the Pro Clubs mode right now, there's no changing that - but maybe you can change who they play with, particularly for those younger members.

The old saying goes... "If you can't beat them, join them".

The eSports industry is growing quickly in the UK with more and more professional football clubs creating their own eSports teams, bringing in revenue with sponsorship, presence and prize money competitions. Community and grassroots clubs will no doubt follow the trend as the industry gets bigger, but why wait?... Create your own eSports team now.

FPCUK ( is launching a new online league for FIFA20 with particular focus aimed at the non-league FA affiliated teams. Unlike many virtual leagues we do not need players to register an account, the team's Manager simply registers gamertags. We also offer FREE team registration for FA affiliated clubs in our Tuesday & Wednesday leagues. We would also be happy to provide support if this is new to your club and you're not sure where to start.

For example... If 40 teams entered our Friday league at only £30 the first prize would be £1000 - how many clubs have the opportunity of that while it's members still enjoy playing the game? The league has just completed it's very first tournament. It was free to enter with a £50 prize. Watch here to see the streamed final.

Let your members game together and socialise in a more secure online environment run by it's own members. Local Football Associations have guidelines for social media and is always worth speaking to them for advice assurance, just as we have had guidance from the Nottinghamshire FA.

Let's make 'FIFA20 Pro Clubs league aimed at grassroots clubs' happen

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