The free to play football game, FIFA Online, is now available to football fans around the world, as announced by EA Sports today. Players can visit the official site and compete in the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa tournament solo or with friends in a re-creation of this year’s FIFA World Cup.
“Football fans have helped drive the game’s evolution and development through our testing period and now we are ready to share the game with a much larger audience,” said Kaz Makita, executive producer of the EA Sports FIFA franchise. “The FIFA World Cup attracts casual football fans all over the world and we are inviting them to try a free football game they can play at work or home and win the FIFA World Cup virtually.” More than 20,000 fans across Europe took part in the closed beta test of FIFA Online, and EA is expecting many hundreds of thousands of players to try the game now it’s live. Check out the new images below: 

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