Cameroon and Nigeria women’s team added to FIFA 19 roster list

Cameroon and Nigeria women’s team added to FIFA 19 roster list
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The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is the 18th edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, to be held in France this month to 7 July 2019.

The developers of the popular video game series FIFA has revealed its latest updates. Its includes the Women’s World Cup mode that allows gamers to enjoy the World Cup Final.

FIFA 19

The tournament starts in few days, with the United States Women’s National team, champions of last edition face the likes of Sweden, Chile and Thailand in group F.

Also, the new game mode is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Those playing on Nintendo Switch can still enjoy the new team additions. The latest update features 22 of the 24 women’s National teams that qualified for the world cup. The teams include ten that are new to the game:

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China PR, England, France, Germany, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, USA, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Cameroon and Nigeria representing Africa in the roster.

The two countries ‘ fans can rejoice. This is because their women’s team has been added to the FIFA 19 video game roster list.

FIFA 19

In addition, the update features authentic kits, crests along with official FIFA Women’s World Cup ™ final match ball, stadium, ad board ad many others.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup final is available to play now through the kick off menu in FIFA 19. Players can play a match with any team at the Lyon’s Groupama Stadium (the venue for the final).

EA further discloses that Brazil and Chile’s squad players include generic players. EA hopes to update the squads and ratings through post-launch updates.

The Women’s World Cup will run from June 7 to July 7, featuring 24 teams in nine separate host towns. France and South Korea will kick off the celebrations, while the United States will look to defend their 2015 title.

Hoping our representatives from Africa will make it to the finals of women’s soccer’s largest showpiece.

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