ePremier League

UK-based players of EA SPORTS FIFA 19 are battling it out to represent their favourite Premier League club at the ePremier League final in March.


The inaugural ePL competitive gaming tournament is now at the Club playoff stage, with the club's 16 best players on PlayStation 4 and best 16 on Xbox One vying to find one who will advance to the final in London.


Club playoff dates


(Click on the clubs to see which players qualified for the playoffs)







XBox One winner

PS4 winner

11/02/2019 Fulham Craven Cottage Diogo Mendes Jarvis Denham
12/02/2019 Brighton & Hove Albion Amex Stadium Ryan Caister Dan Hilliard
13/02/2019 AFC Bournemouth  Vitality Stadium Marc Marley Craig JC
14/02/2019 Southampton St Mary's Reece Rusher Owen Venn
15/02/2019 Chelsea Stamford Bridge Ryan Pessoa Jas Singh
18/02/2019 Tottenham Hotspur The Tottenham Experience Kylem Edwards Simon Nystedt
19/02/2019 West Ham United London Stadium Jamie Rigden Gledis Rustemi
20/02/2019 Crystal Palace Selhurst Park Michael Faria Damian Augustyniak
21/02/2019 Cardiff City Cardiff City Stadium Rhys Griffiths Luke Mcilwee-Davies
22/02/2019 Arsenal Emirates Stadium Tassal Rushan Curtis Poole
25/02/2019 Liverpool Anfield Superstore  
27/02/2019 Wolverhampton Wanderers Molineux Stadium  
28/02/2019 Everton Goodison Park  
01/03/2019 Manchester City Etihad Campus  
02/03/2019 Leicester City King Power Stadium  
04/03/2019 Manchester United Old Trafford  
05/03/2019 Newcastle United St James' Park  
06/03/2019 Huddersfield Town PPG Canalside Training Ground  
07/03/2019 Burnley Turf Moor  
08/03/2019 Watford Vicarage Road  

ePL overview


The inaugural ePremier League kicked off on 5 January 2019 for UK players of EA SPORTS FIFA 19 aged 16 or over only. 


Over the next three months, the players compete to find the ePL champion across three rounds: online qualification, live club playoffs and the eventual live ePL Final.


In online qualification in January, registered players took on each other to find the 16 best players on PlayStation 4 and the best 16 on Xbox One. These 32 players then advanced to the club playoffs.


All 20 Premier League clubs host a live playoff round, giving two EA SPORTS FIFA 19 competitors, one for PlayStation 4 and one for Xbox One, the rights to advance to the ePL Final.


The ePL Final will be held on 28 and 29 March 2019, in London, and broadcast live on Sky Sports and the Premier League's digital channels.


(N.B. This competition is for UK players of EA SPORTS FIFA 19 only.)


ePL tournament structure


ePL key dates


3 December 2018 09:00 GMT - Registration opened

UK players were able to register online for the ePL from this date.

4 January 2019 23:59 GMT - Registration closed

UK players are no longer be able to register online after this date. 


5 January 2019 - Online qualification

Players compete against each other on their platforms in a cup format to determine the top 16 club playoff finalists for PlayStation 4 and top 16 for Xbox One.


February-March 2019 - Club playoffs

The top 16 players for PS4 and Xbox One will face each other in a half-day tournament to determine the club representative for each platform.



28-29 March 2019 - ePL Final

The final will take place in London over two days and be broadcast live on Sky Sports and Premier League social media channels. Matches will take place over two legs in a group-stage format on both PlayStation and Xbox to determine an overall champion.


We will bring you all the latest details on the ePL on this page. You can also follow @premierleague for the latest #ePL news.

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