It is time to hear the community about what they want. Let’s build a FIFA 14 Whishlist with the most wanted new leagues.
EA Sports has announced four new leagues: the Chilean, the Argentine, the Colombian and the Polish, the last one to be announced. There will be no more leagues.
The Brazilian league is incomplete. Bahia is the only club missing.
FIFA 14 WishList
This is the time of the year in which everyone has an opinion. Everyone dreams with the perfect FIFA. This time we will do it in a different way. We will not show to you our whishlist. You can check HERE what we asked to FIFA 13, last year. We still want better servers and a stronger fight against cheaters.
This year, it is the FIFA community who have the chance to tell us what they want. We will publish three subjects to discuss: new leagues, new stadiums and players ratings. We asked in our social channels what the community want to FIFA 14. Now, we bring here the results. Today, we will talk about the new leagues.
Which New Leagues the Community Want ?
We have asked to our community which new leagues they want to see in FIFA 14 and now we bring here the results.
The results are unequivocal. There is a group of four leagues which appear to be the most desired. The most wanted is the Brazilian League Serie A. Even to the second division there are many players interested. Also from the South America, the Argentine league is one of the favourites to the community. The League from Turkey and the league from Ukraine are the other two from this group of four.
But the community wants more. They also want other new leagues, as the Japanese and the Colombian.
Will the EA satisfy the community wishes? Continue reading to find out…
Here are the results
Which New Leagues Will Be Included in FIFA 14
Everybody wants new leagues fully licensed in FIFA 14. But it is extremely unlikely to see many new leagues on the new game. What new leagues may we expect to find in FIFA 14 ?
- Serie A from Brazil
It is official that EA Sports already has an agreement with all the Serie A clubs, except with two of them. They are trying to get the all Brazilian League licensed.
- Spor Toto Süper Lig from Turkey
According to FGN, there is a good chance to see the Turkish League fully licensed in FIFA 14. A Fenerbahce agent has revealed negotiations with EA and the Turkish Union of Clubs marketing department has confirmed the presence of the Turkey League in FIFA 14. It will be enough ?
- Ekstraklasa League from Poland
There are some rumours about the inclusion of the Ekstraklasa League in FIFA 14. The main rumour started when the Star-Typ Sport, one of the main sponsors of Polish Ekstraklasa League, posted in their official facebook page that the league will get fully licensed in FIFA 14. You can read more about it HERE.
- Primera División from Argentina
Argentinian Primera División is another league that is making its way to FIFA 14. According to PuntoaPunto website, nine Argentinian clubs signed an agreement with EA Sports to feature in the next FIFA title.
- Primera A from Colômbia
The national newspaper El Tiempo, from Colômbia, has announced that the major league of this country will be included in FIFA 14. We’ll see if it is true or not…
- UEFA Champions League and Copa Libertadores Tournament
FIFABlog.be has announced on their twitter account that UEFA Champions League will be part of FIFA 14. The same happened with the Copa Libertadores Tournament that was announced by theUniverso Kits website. It is highly unlikely that this will happen since Konami holds the exclusive rights of both competitions. However, who knows if EA Sports will not include it and uses a fake name.