FIFA charity tournament with soccer players around the world
The pandemic of the new Coronavirus COVID-19 has forced world sports to take an unwanted break. Football is no exception, but compromise, safe solutions start to appear. For example, Luke Lambourne, who is promoting social media at Leyton Orient, a club active in League Two in England, has launched a FIFA charity tournament.
Obviously, the official EA Sports game is used. The money raised will go to the English Football League, the MIND charity, which deals with people with mental problems, and to the World Health Organization, to support the fight against the effects of the new Coronavirus.
Lambourne’s proposal has gone viral, and now 128 clubs on all meridians are taking part in this tournament. And the BBC writes that Manchester City is counting on the professional eSports team, and they have decided to participate in the Premier League players as well. For the moment it’s about Andros Townsend (for Crystal Palace) and Neal Maupay (for Brighton).
The tournament has already started on March 20, and the final is scheduled on April 3, at 7 PM. The rules are as follows:
It plays ’85 mode. ‘
The halves have 6 minutes
Each player will evolve with his own team
Friendly matches are scheduled
The LaLiga players also have a tournament
Another tournament engages LaLiga players. The competition started from the current situation in the standings, the teams ranked in the 1-12 places having the right to enter the competition later. In reply, those ranked 13-20 started the competition yesterday, the purpose being to determine the best 4 that will enter the second phase.
They will then play the best, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals, based on the “drawer” in the picture, the final being scheduled on Sunday.
Asensio will represent Real Madrid, Sergio Roberto on FC Barcelona, Marcos Llorente, the man who eliminated Liverpool practice in the UCL will evolve for Atletico Madrid.