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The National League is poised to be included in the next FIFA game, new leaks show.
Fans have been clamouring for Non-League representation in the biggest football game and there was even a past petition encouraging EA Sports to make the move a couple of years back.
However, it looks like the history-making addition is finally coming as teams in the fifth tier of the pyramid are set to be playable in FIFA 22.
As per reliable FIFA tweeter @FUTWatch, who has over 200,000 followers, the highest division in the Non-League system will be included along with Liga Cyprus, Magyar Liga and Liga Colombia.
The news, although not officially confirmed yet, has been incredibly well-received by fans on social media.
It means gamers will be able to play with the likes of Notts County, Torquay United, Stockport County, Wealdstone and Wrexham - owned by actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
The possibilities on 'Career Mode' just got a lot more interesting and we cannot wait to take Altrincham right to the top of English football.
A slew of new stadiums will also featured in FIFA 22, including Estádio da Luz and Estádio do Dragão, the home grounds for Portuguese pair Benfica and Porto.
In terms of changes to the game, players will sport "anthem jackets" pre-match and EA have decided to incorporate expected goals (XG) into proceedings going forward.
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