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For the first time ever in the series, a female voice will feature in FIFA 21.
Nira Juanra, who works as a presenter and reporter for Gol Television on La Liga and Champions League, will make history in the Spanish edition on the popular football video game.
The 41-year old has previously provided coverage on Formula One and will essentially be the female/Spanish Geoff Shreeves on this year's game when it is released worldwide on October 9.
Having already confirmed her involvement in the game, Juanra will be heard making important announcements regarding substitutions and injuries.
The history-making move will see her join compatriots Manolo Lama, Paco Gonzalez and Antonio Ruiz in calling the action and could well go down as a truly watershed moment for further opportunities.
As far as the English language version of the game, it's expected that Martin Tyler will once again be telling Alan Smith how good his heading ability is during the game, with Derek Rae and Lee Dixon doing the Europa League and Champions League fixtures for the second year running.
We do know there are plenty of new additions to FIFA 21, which you can check out here ahead of the launch in a couple of months.
Other key inclusions this term sees three new skill moves, a Trent Alexander-Arnold-inspired crossing technique, real life referees and the ability to pass to your centre-backs in their own box from a goal kick.
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