With many people around the world in quarantine or isolation, EA have created the FIFA 20 Stay and Play Cup.
FIFA 20 Stay and Play Cup
EA is bringing together 20 professional footballers from 20 of Europe’s most historic clubs in the EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Stay and Play Cup, in support of GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund. As part of the Stay and Play Cup, EA will also donate US$1M to help support immediate and long-term relief and recovery in vulnerable communities most affected by COVID-19.
You can follow every match of the Stay and Play Cup live here, and be in with a chance to earn rewards for watching with Twitch Drops!
Here’s all you need to know about the FIFA 20 Stay and Play Cup.
What is the Stay and Play Cup?
The Stay and Play Cup is a knockout tournament involving 20 of the most famous and historic clubs in Europe, played in FIFA 20.
Who is taking part?
Professional footballers from 20 of Europe’s most historic clubs will compete to be crowned the Stay and Play champion.
England: Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur
France: Olympique Lyonnais, Marseille, PSG
Spain: Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid, Valencia
Italy: AS Roma
Netherlands: Ajax, PSV Eindhoven
Sweden: AIK, Djurgården
Finland: HJK Helsinki
Denmark: FC Copenhagen, Brondby
Click here to see the players taking part for each team
What’s the format?
The Stay and Play Cup is a single elimination knockout tournament. Each match will be a one leg 1v1 match with 85-rated squads, with the winner advancing to the next round and the loser being knocked out of the tournament. In the event of a draw after 90 minutes, games will be decided by extra time and penalties.
When does it start?
The Stay and Play Cup starts on April 15th at 9am PT/5pm UK/6pm CEST and will take place over five days, culminating in the final on April 19th.
How can I watch?
You can watch the Stay and Play Cup now here. Link your Twitch account to your EA Account and you’ll also be in with a chance of scoring some FUT 20 rewards with Twitch Drops!
Who will be receiving the US$1M charity donation?
As part of the tournament, EA will donate US$1M to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund. The tournament will also feature ways for fans and viewers to donate and support the ongoing global relief efforts to help tackle and stop the spread of COVID-19.
The message is simple: Stay Home. Play Together.