How You Can Earn £15 Per Hour By Just Playing FIFA

Do you think you're a decent FIFA player? Do you fancy getting paid a decent wage to play it? We might have the perfect job for you.

Online local services website Bidvine are hiring people to become professional FIFA coaches for at least £15 per hour.


The job will consist of teaching other players how to play FIFA and obviously you'll be making money at the same time. What more do you want?

There is, however, a very strict list of requirement if you want to become a pro FIFA coach.

Image: EA Sports
Image: EA Sports

According to Bidvine's official website, to be eligible to work as a Pro FIFA Coach, you must provide proof of your level and ability. You can do this by demonstrating what league you play in yourself.

NOTE: only coaches who play in Division 1 within Online Seasons and/or FIFA Ultimate Team will be accepted.

To legitimise that your FIFA account is yours, you must submit a photo of your face along with the division you play in in the game, side by side.

Bidvine also state that you must provide a photo ID, have a working PlayStation 4 or Xbox One and have a strong wireless connection at home or work.


The advert describes what being a FIFA coach is like and it sounds like all our dreams rolled into one.

"Being a FIFA Coach is just like playing the game, except now you're teaching someone else how to do it. Obviously, what you'll be doing within the game depends on what your customer's wants, and what they'd like to learn - so you'll be doing something different every day, whether that be helping them buy more FUT coins or improving their possession, defence or attack skills." the website reads.

"You could be playing against the customer and helping them improve their game as they play over the headset, or watching them livestream and giving them tips throughout."

Think you tick all the boxes to become a pro FIFA coach? If you want to apply for the position, go to Bidvine's website HERE.

Let your mates know about this once in a lifetime opportunity!

Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare is a writer at SPORTbible. He's interviewed some huge names in the world of sport, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pele, Carles Puyol and Tim Henman. He dabbles in all things sport, but football is his biggest passion. He was once hit in the head by a wayward strike from Nicky Butt and lived to tell the tale.

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