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FIFA eClub World Cup 2021 zone finalists confirmed

The 42 teams set to compete are locked in ahead of the event's late February kick-off.

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The zone finalists for the 2021 FIFA eClub World Cup are now set, with 42 teams from all around the world ready to compete for glory. With the 2020 FIFA Club World Cup set to take place soon in Qatar, the 2021 eClub World Cup will be following suit bringing several different global zones of competition.

This year saw a record 480 teams take part in participating, ready for the live event taking place between February 26-28. The full team list split into its regions is as follows:

Zone 1 (Oceania)


  • Atlantide Wave

  • Team FW AU

  • Melbourne City Esports

  • Dire Wolves

Zone 2 (Asia)


  • GBX Esports Team

  • WICKED ESPORTS

  • Blue United eFC

  • Kashima Antlers

Zone 3 (Africa & Middle East)


  • 25e Sports

  • Goliath Gaming

  • Tuwaiq eSports Club

  • Al-Nassr FC

Zone 4 (Europe)


  • Genoa Esports

  • Riders

  • RBLZ Gaming - RB Leipzig

  • Mkers

  • Team Gullit

  • Wisla All in Games Krakow

  • AC Monza Team Esports

  • Zeta Gaming

  • NOM eSport

  • Manchester City Esports

  • OFF META

  • FC Schalke 04

  • Mav3ricks MM Gaming Club

  • Astralis

Zone 5 (South America)


  • ELS Torneios Online

  • MGCF eSports - RMA Tech

  • FC Basel 1893 eSports

  • SPQR Brasil Team

  • DUX Latam

  • Medellin Es

  • Helmet Team

  • TTB Esports

  • Netshoes E-Sports

  • Team FW BR

  • Inter eSports

  • Central Español Uruguai

Zone 6 (North America)


  • SB18 Esports

  • Complexity Gaming

  • New York City Esports

  • Chivas esports

Group stages will begin as soon as February 24, with the knockout rounds and finals set for February 26-28. All teams will be competing for a spot at a $245,000 prize pool, set to be split between each region. You can catch the stream of the tournament by FIFA starting from February 26 right here.

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