The most famous football game in the world will change its name in 2023. Electronic Arts, the company that produced the game, has ended a partnership with FIFA, the ultimate football organization, which bore the name of the game. The name of the successor, according to the company, will be EA Sports FC. Since the breakup is only valid from 2023, the 2022 edition will still be called FIFA 23. Check out all the covers of the most successful sports game franchise ever
FIFA 94 – The first game of the franchise featured on the cover of a record-breaking ball dispute between England midfielder David Platt and fellow midfielder Piotr Schwerchwski of Poland.
FIFA 95 – On the cover of the world game, players saw the Norwegian goalkeeper Erik Thorsvedt
FIFA 96 – The global cover of the game was featured by Romanian midfielder Ioan Sabo.
FIFA 97 – The first time a Brazilian player appeared on the cover of the game was in 1997, with four-time world champion Bebeto
FIFA 98 – FIFA: Road to World Cup 98 was released on June 17, 1997 and brought on several different covers, with national stars stamping the game in their countries, especially David Beckham (left), of England, and Paolo Maldini (right), of Italy.
FIFA 99 – The international version of the game featured Dutch attacking midfielder Denis Bergkamp on the cover.
FIFA 2000 – The match was on the cover of England defender Sol Campbell
FIFA 2001 – With many covers around the world, he had Dutchman Edgar Davids as a featured player
FIFA 2002 – The global cover of the game was by goalkeeper Iker Casillas, then Real Madrid promised
FIFA 2003 – The global cover of the match came in the presence of the Brazilian left-back Roberto Carlos, accompanied by the Welsh midfielder Ryan Giggs and the Dutch defensive midfielder Edgar Davids.
FIFA 2004 – The 2004 cover was the same all over the world, with midfielders Ronaldinho Gaucho (Brazil), Alessandro Del Piero (Italy) and striker Thierry Henry (France)
FIFA 2005 – The match coverage trio consisted of midfielder Patrick Vieira (France), forwards Fernando Morientes (Spain) and Andrei Shevchenko (Ukraine).
FIFA 06 – The cover of the game featured English striker Wayne Rooney, along with Brazilian midfielder Ronaldinho Gaucho on the cover.
FIFA 07 – In the international version, the cover stars were again Wayne Rooney and Ronaldinho Gaucho
FIFA 08- For the third year in a row, Ronaldinho Gaucho and Wayne Rooney shared the FIFA Global Cover
FIFA 09- For the fourth and final year, the double between Wayne Rooney and Ronaldinho Gaucho was printed on the FIFA cover.
FIFA 10 – EA has returned to the strategy of multiple regional formats, without a global one. The international cover was by Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard and Theo Walcott, an English trio
FIFA 11 – The Brazilian is back on the covers of the international game. Kaka and Wayne Rooney were the stars
FIFA 12 – Wayne Rooney appeared on the cover of the game for the seventh and final time, once again alongside Kaka
FIFA 13 – The 20th edition of FIFA was the first since 2005 without Wayne Rooney on the cover. Lionel Messi has been selected for the edition
FIFA 14 – The following year, the game made the Argentine the main star on its world cover.
FIFA 15 – The game once again became Lionel Messi the great star of the global cover
FIFA 16 – For the fourth year in a row, Lionel Messi appeared on the cover.
FIFA 17 – In an unprecedented way, Electronic Arts left the decision of who will wrap the cover to the fans, who identified German Marco Reus as the best chosen one.
FIFA 18 – The game came with Cristiano Ronaldo on its global cover in 2018
FIFA 19 – The cover came with a highlight on Neymar. In addition to the Brazilian Argentine Dybala and the Belgian Kevin De Bruyne
FIFA 20 – Hazard and Van Dijk were among the players on the FIFA 20 cover. But the two stars did not share the same art.
FIFA 21 – Kylian Mbappe was the protagonist in the cover of the game for the first time
FIFA 22 – For the second year in a row, the French Paris Saint-Germain superstar has been the cover of the game once again