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Fans want the the Indian Super League and Veikkausliiga (Finnish) League to be added to FIFA 21.
Every year popular FIFA fan site FIFplay run a poll to find out the demand for specific leagues not currently in the game ahead of the new release.
Tonight's top of the table clash looking :fire: in Next Gen #FIFA21 :eyes::video_game:@EASPORTSFIFA ' #FeelNextLevel pic.twitter.com/yqmncre3v2
- Premier League (@premierleague) July 2, 2020
And there have been some surprising results thus far. At the time of writing, the Indian league is leading the way with 230,000 votes, just ahead of the Finnish top flight - which has 227,000 votes.
Greek sides Olympiakos, AEK Athens and Panathinaikos are all in the rest of the world section for FIFA 21 but 147,000 people want to see the whole division introduced.
The UAE League has 69,,000 people wanting it to be included in the latest game in the FIFA franchise, with more than 62,000 people wanting the Malaysian league and 60,000 wanting the Indonesian league in the mix.
There are a whole host of leagues from across the globe in the well-varied poll, which has garnered over 1.7 million votes at the time of writing.
1.7M votes for #FIFA21 Leagues ... check out the latest report https://t.co/Dn6i0f7Qho
01 - India
02 - Finland
03 - Greece
04 - UAE
05 - Malaysia
06 - Indonesia
07 - Brazil
08 - Algeria
09 - Tunisia
10 - Hungary#FIFA20
- FIFPlay (@FIFPlay) July 7, 2020
Everyone please go vote for the Cymru Premier to be added to FIFA 21! (listed as "Welsh League")
This could be massive for our national league.
- Cai :flag_black: (@Caibo_) July 8, 2020
In recent years EA Sports have added the German third tier and the Chinese Super League into the game, though clearly there are still plenty of remaining leagues that fans are keen to be playable.
Last year, there was even a petition for the Vanarama Conference to be included but it was ultimately unsuccessful.
Despite the above poll being a good indication of what fans want, it is worth noting the result will likely have no bearing on EA's decision.
FIFA 21 is slated for a worldwide release on 9 October.
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