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ePremier League 2020/21

The 2020/21 ePremier League tournament has reached its second exciting stage as the best EA SPORTS FIFA 21 players from around the United Kingdom take part in the club playoffs.

After thousands of UK-based FIFA 21 players took part in the online qualification on PlayStation 4 and Xbox, there are just eight per club remaining on each platform, each fighting to be their team's representative in March's ePL Finals.

Click on the player names below to find out how they qualified. 

Club playoffs dates and winners
Date Club PS4 Xbox
15 Feb Chelsea Kyle Hammond Diogo Mendes
Man City Shaun "Shellz" Springette Ryan Pessoa
Newcastle Danny Taylor Jake "PlanetToast" Simpson
16 Feb Arsenal Tassal “Tass” Rushan Joseph “TrojanSZN” Healy
Burnley Salman Ahmad Jasper “Burnley Ashy” Ashworth
Crystal Palace Michael “MP9Mike” Pereira Alfie Roe
17 Feb Aston Villa Cameron "cameronrock2307" Willey Anthony "AntonM97" McGuigan
Brighton Marc "MarcMarleyyy" Marley Luca Schilder
Fulham Damian Augustyniak Thomas Painter
Sheff Utd Mitchell Hayward Spencer "Huge Gorilla" Ealing
23 Feb Everton Harry Hesketh Jayden “NFG Jayden” Groden
Leicester Cosmin "NFG Cosmin" Petrescu Jacob “FUTWIZ NKSNB” Benskin
Southampton Ethan "EthxnH" Higgins Joseph "Royal Funky" Crown
West Ham Curtis "Papsity" Poole Alfie "WHU RedLac" Calder
2 Mar Leeds Michael Fisher Olle “Ollelito” Arbin
Man Utd Hanad “H1TheGoat” Jama Sean “SAF Dragon” Allen
West Brom Akima “Fully” Byron Jaskarn “Jas1875” Singh
3 Mar Liverpool Dan "SAF Stingray" Ray Donovan "Fnatic Tekkz" Hunt
Spurs Tom "Hashtag Tom" Leese Tom Stokes
Wolves Tunahan "Bundled Unsal" Unsal Sean Flossy

Last year’s champion Thomas "Hashtag Tom" Leese is defending his title as he represents Tottenham Hotspur, while the inaugural ePL champion Donovan "Tekkz" Hunt player is again competing for his beloved Liverpool.

The club playoff winners will take their places in the ePL finals from 23-26 March, hosted from the Gfinity Arena in London.

Over the last two seasons, the finals have reached more than 22 million fans, and they will again be broadcast live on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online, as well on the Premier League channels and EA SPORTS' FIFA Twitch channel.

2020/21 ePL key dates

15 February-3 March: Club playoffs
23-24 March: ePL Finals - Group stages/quarter-finals
26 March: ePL Finals - Semi-finals/finals/cross-console final

Tournament format

What's on offer

As well as the champion taking home the trophy and a share of the £40,000 prize pot, there will also be seats on offer for top-ranking players at the EA SPORTS™ FIFA 21 Global Series (FGS) European Playoffs.

You can find more information about the EA SPORTS™ FIFA 21 Global Series (FGS) rules here.

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