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EA Sports has unleashed the full list of teams and leagues available in FIFA 16. The final lineup is a staggering cross-section of international soccer, with 33 leagues, and men’s and women’s national teams, and a lineup of the best clubs from countries whose leagues aren’t fully represented, like Brazil, Greece, and South Africa.

Here are all of the leagues that are appearing in FIFA 16:

  • Primera División (Argentina)
  • Hyundai A-League (Australia)
  • Ö. Bundesliga (Austria)
  • Pro League (Belgium)
  • Camp. Scotiabank (Chile)
  • Liga Dimayor (Columbia)
  • Alka Superliga (Denmark)
  • Barclays Premier League (England)
  • Football League Championship (England)
  • Football League 1 (England)
  • Football League 2 (England)
  • Ligue 1 (France)
  • Ligue 2 (France)
  • Bundesliga (Germany)
  • [Germany] Bundesliga 2 (Germany)
  • Serie A TIM (Italy)
  • Serie B (Italy)
  • K LEAGUE Classic (Korea)
  • Liga Bancomer MX (Mexico)
  • Eredivisie (Holland)
  • Tippeligaen (Norway)
  • Ekstraklasa (Poland)
  • Liga NOS (Portugal)
  • SSE Airtricity League (Ireland)
  • Russian League (Russia)
  • ALJ League (Saudi)
  • Scottish Premiership (Scotland)
  • Liga BBVA (Spain)
  • Liga Adelante (Spain)
  • Allsvenskan (Sweden)
  • Raffeisen SL (Switzerland)
  • Süper Lig (Turkey)
  • MLS (USA)
  • Rest of World
  • Men?s National Teams
  • Women?s National Teams

In total, you’ll be able to step onto the field as more than 600 different teams in FIFA 16. You can check out the EA Sports blog to see the massive list in its entirety.

FIFA 16 arrives on September 22nd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

Stay connected to FIFA with our new Launch Day phone app loaded with FIFA 16 updates, video, giveaways, as well as playing tips after release. Click here and get it for free today.

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Every single team and league in FIFA 16 revealed

By Matt Buchholtz | 09/20/2015 12:22 AM PT

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EA Sports has unleashed the full list of teams and leagues available in FIFA 16. The final lineup is a staggering cross-section of international soccer, with 33 leagues, and men’s and women’s national teams, and a lineup of the best clubs from countries whose leagues aren’t fully represented, like Brazil, Greece, and South Africa.

Here are all of the leagues that are appearing in FIFA 16:

  • Primera División (Argentina)
  • Hyundai A-League (Australia)
  • Ö. Bundesliga (Austria)
  • Pro League (Belgium)
  • Camp. Scotiabank (Chile)
  • Liga Dimayor (Columbia)
  • Alka Superliga (Denmark)
  • Barclays Premier League (England)
  • Football League Championship (England)
  • Football League 1 (England)
  • Football League 2 (England)
  • Ligue 1 (France)
  • Ligue 2 (France)
  • Bundesliga (Germany)
  • [Germany] Bundesliga 2 (Germany)
  • Serie A TIM (Italy)
  • Serie B (Italy)
  • K LEAGUE Classic (Korea)
  • Liga Bancomer MX (Mexico)
  • Eredivisie (Holland)
  • Tippeligaen (Norway)
  • Ekstraklasa (Poland)
  • Liga NOS (Portugal)
  • SSE Airtricity League (Ireland)
  • Russian League (Russia)
  • ALJ League (Saudi)
  • Scottish Premiership (Scotland)
  • Liga BBVA (Spain)
  • Liga Adelante (Spain)
  • Allsvenskan (Sweden)
  • Raffeisen SL (Switzerland)
  • Süper Lig (Turkey)
  • MLS (USA)
  • Rest of World
  • Men?s National Teams
  • Women?s National Teams

In total, you’ll be able to step onto the field as more than 600 different teams in FIFA 16. You can check out the EA Sports blog to see the massive list in its entirety.

FIFA 16 arrives on September 22nd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

Stay connected to FIFA with our new Launch Day phone app loaded with FIFA 16 updates, video, giveaways, as well as playing tips after release. Click here and get it for free today.

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About Matt Buchholtz

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded