- The main FIFA eSports club event takes place from February 24-28
- The live broadcast is available on FIFA.gg and other digital platforms
- An overview of all the ways to follow the FIFA Club World Cup 2021
In the biggest event of the year for FIFA 21 Esports Club, which takes place from February 24-28, two players from each team will represent their teams in EA SPORTS FIFA 21. A total of 42 teams will compete in six different regions set to be crowned as one of the Six winners at the end of the event. All information about the tournament is available Here.
For the first time ever, you can be sure not to miss any of your favorite club’s matches as you will be able to follow every single match on FIFA.gg. The five days of the event will be broadcast on various channels, with all of the live broadcast being collected on FIFAe content and the Tournament CenterFIFA.gg.
On February 24 at 14:30 GMT (15.30 CET), play will begin with the group stage in Zone 4. All group stage matches will be broadcast from February 24-26 by club and region commentators and shown on FIFA.gg.
The studio’s comprehensive reporting will begin with all the stories from the regions participating in the knockout phase on Friday, February 26th at 15.30 GMT (16.30 CET). Layla Anna Lee and Spencer Host will bring you excitement from the knockout stage to the finals, partnering with commentators and region correspondents from all different regions. The live broadcast will be available at TwitchAnd the The social networking site Facebook And the Youtube Among other channels. During the Weekend Finals on February 27 and 28, three winners from the region will be crowned every day.
FIFA.gg It will also let you choose between Live streams and different languagesAnd, you can also virtually follow the action with your best friends as a creative courtesy Watch Together tool.
Detailed overview of all regions and times:
All times are given in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Zone 4 – Group Stage: 14.30-18.30 CET
Zone 5 – group stage: 19.00-22.00 CET
Zone 1 – group stage: 5.00-8.00 CET
Zone 2 – Group Stage: 9.00 – 12.00 CET
Zone 4 – Group Stage: 15.30-18.30 CET
Zone 6 – group stage: 19.00-22.00 CET
Zone 3 – group stage: 12.00-15.00 CET
Zone 4 – Knockout Stage: 15.30 – 18.30 CET (FIFA Studio Live broadcast begins)
Zone 5 – knockout stage: 19.00-22.00 CET
Zone 1 – Final: 09.00 – 11.30 CET
Zone 3 – Final: 13.00 – 15.30 CET
Zone 5 – Final: 17.00 – 19.00 CET
Zone 2 – Final: 09.00 – 11.30 CET
Zone 4 – Final: 13.00 – 15.30 CET
Zone 6 – Final: 17.00 – 19.00 CET
With the Finals being in the top five format, the end times for the Live Stream may change slightly.
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