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1. FIFA 16 (2015 Video Game)

Sport

Now introducing women's football, FIFA 16 innovates across the entire pitch to deliver a balanced, authentic, and exciting football experience that lets you play your way, and compete at a higher level. And with all new ways to play.

Stars: Parveen Dosanjh, Brian Regal, Martin Tyler

Votes: 1,294

2. Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 (2014 Video Game)

E | Sport

2015 title in the PES series with more responsive players and enhanced A.I., licenses include the Champions League, Europa League, Asian Champions League, Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana.

Directors: Kazuki Araki, Seitaro Kimura, Toru Nagai, Teruhisa Sakamoto, Hideki Yanagihara | Stars: Jim Beglin, Jon Champion

Votes: 299

3. 2014 FIFA World Cup: Brazil (2014 Video Game)

Sport

EA Sports official tie in Video Game for the 2014 Fifa World Cup, that took place in Brazil. Released on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

Stars: Edinson Cavani, Tiago Leifert, Lionel Messi, Neymar

Votes: 143

4. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 (2013 Video Game)

Sport

Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 for the seventh generation of video game consoles. Featuring exclusive license for the AFC Champions League, the Argentine Primera División, and Chilean Primera División.

Stars: Jim Beglin, Jon Champion

Votes: 409

5. FIFA 14 (2013 Video Game)

E | Sport

Experience the emotion of scoring great goals in Fifa 14. Fueled by EA Sports Ignite engine, Fifa 14 will feel alive with players who think, move, and behave like world-class footballers, and dynamic stadiums that come to life.

Stars: Frank Buschmann, Tiago Leifert, Alan McInally, Monica Pinto

Votes: 2,397

6. Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 (2012 Video Game)

E | Sport

Pro Evo 2013 contains modes like The UEFA Champions League, Master League and Become a Legend. Brazilian national league, Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A is also added.

Stars: Jim Beglin, Jon Champion

Votes: 657

7. FIFA 13 (2012 Video Game)

E | Sport

FIFA Soccer returns with 30 of the world's best leagues, 46 international teams, an updated Career mode, and additional features Ultimate Team and an option to use motion sensing gameplay.

Stars: Alan McInally, Geoff Shreeves, Alan Smith, Andy Townsend

Votes: 1,885

8. Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 (2011 Video Game)

E | Sport

Pro Evolution Soccer 2012, introduces the 2011/12 football season and the new "club boss mode".

Stars: Jim Beglin, Jon Champion, Scott Dorfman

Votes: 663

9. FIFA Soccer 12 (2011 Video Game)

E | Sport

Fifa 12, the 19th installment in the series features 29 licensed leagues from 22 countries, 42 national teams. While also implementing three major gameplay changes: Impact Engine, Tactical Defending, and Precision Dribbling.

Votes: 1,664

10. Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (2010 Video Game)

E | Sport

Football video game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series, featuring, for the first time in the series, UEFA Super Cup and CONMEBOL's Copa Libertadores.

Stars: Jim Beglin, Jon Champion, Scott Dorfman, Masahiro Fukuda

Votes: 692

11. FIFA Soccer 11 (2010 Video Game)

E | Sport

The 18th title in EA's series of football video games, featuring Next Gen Gameplay Engine, Pro Passing, the all-new Career Mode, and a more advanced online gaming experience.

Votes: 1,206

12. 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa (2010 Video Game)

Sport

Video game for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. 199 of the 204 teams that took part in the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification are included in the game.

Director: Gary Paterson

Votes: 208

13. Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (2009 Video Game)

E | Sport

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 is the ninth football video game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series. For the first time in the series, the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League are both fully licensed.

Stars: Jon Champion, Mark Lawrenson

Votes: 707

14. FIFA 10 (2009 Video Game)

E | Sport

Fifa 10 features a revamped Manager Mode, and newcomers Assistant Manager and "Total Football Experience''.

Stars: Andy Gray, Martin Tyler, Connor Harrison

Votes: 1,046

15. Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (2008 Video Game)

E | Family, Sport

Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 is a football video game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series. It includes licensed game of the UEFA Champions League.

Stars: Jon Champion, Mark Lawrenson

Votes: 546

16. FIFA 09 (2008 Video Game)

E | Sport

Fifa 2009 features over 500 teams, 30 leagues, 41 national teams, as well as 48 stadiums, and introduces the Ultimate Team mode. The Windows and PlayStation 2 versions also feature a special Tournament Mode.

Stars: Andy Gray, Clive Tyldesley, Ming Jeng Chew, Trumaine McBride

Votes: 909

17. Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 (2007 Video Game)

E | Sport

The 2008 edition of Pro Evolution Soccer's football simulation game, including licensed teams from La Liga, Eredivisie, Ligue 1, and Serie A, as well as unlicensed teams from the Premier League.

Votes: 559

18. FIFA Soccer 08 (2007 Video Game)

E | Family, Sport

FIFA 08 is the 2007 installment of EA Sports' series of football video games that introduces the "Be a Pro Mode", where the player plays as only one player throughout the entire match.

Votes: 762

19. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (2006 Video Game)

Sport

Simulate football matches with your favourite teams and players with the newly-introduced International Challenge Mode.

Votes: 498

20. FIFA 07 (2006 Video Game)

Action, Sport

Fifa 07 has a total of 27 leagues, an International league that features national football teams, and a Rest of World league that includes other notable clubs from around the world.

Votes: 871

21. 2006 FIFA World Cup (2006 Video Game)

Sport

Official Videogame tie in for the 2006 Fifa World Cup.

Votes: 238

22. FIFA Soccer 06 (2005 Video Game)

E | Sport

Replacing commentators John Motson and Ally McCoist with Clive Tyldesley and Andy Gray, FIFA 2006 returns with new controls and gameplay, and over 10,000 players for the 2005-06 seasons.

Director: D.H. Cheng

Votes: 574

23. FIFA Football 2005 (2004 Video Game)

Sport

The twelfth game in the FIFA series, the ninth in 3D. With an improved, 15-season-long career mode and the addition of the full Mexican League.

Votes: 440

25. Pro Evolution Soccer 3 (2003 Video Game)

Action, Drama, Sport

Pro Evolution Soccer 3 is a football video game developed and produced by Konami.

Votes: 223

26. FIFA Soccer 2004 (2003 Video Game)

Sport

Fifa 2004 allows the player to simulate football matches with their favourite teams as well as introducing secondary divisions allowing promotion attempts through the leagues.

Votes: 352

27. FIFA 2003 (2002 Video Game)

Sport

The tenth game in the Fifa series, introducing new features Club Championship Mode, and Freestyle Control, in which you play against 17 of Europe's top clubs in their own stadiums.

Stars: Tom Bartels, Yong Jun Chun, Giovanni Galli, Paco González

Votes: 486

28. FIFA Soccer 2002 (2001 Video Game)

Sport

Introducing power bars for passes and dribbling reduction, FIFA Soccer 2002 adds to the usual football simulation experience with a bonus game with the nations that qualified for the 2002 World Cup.

Stars: Andy Gray, John Motson

Votes: 225

29. FIFA 2001 Major League Soccer (2000 Video Game)

Sport

Offering more than 50 national teams, and 17 major leagues such as the Bundesliga, Major League Soccer, the Premier League, and La Liga, FIFA 2001 offers a smoother and redesigned approach to simulation football.

Stars: Julie Foudy, Phil Schoen

Votes: 195

30. FIFA 2000 (1999 Video Game)

Sport

The seventh game in the main FIFA series. The US Major League Soccer was officially licensed for the first time.

Stars: John Motson, Gary Lineker, Mark Lawrenson

Votes: 412

31. ISS Pro Evolution (1999 Video Game)

Sport

Play with your favorite football teams.

Director: Shingo Takatsuka | Stars: Martin Williams, Terry Butcher

Votes: 86

32. FIFA 99 (1998 Video Game)

Sport

Fifa 99 is a multi-platform football game featuring 20 real-world stadiums to play in, as well as 250 clubs from 12 territories.

Votes: 464

34. FIFA Soccer 1998 (1998 Video Game)

Action, Sport

FIFA: Road to World Cup 98, the fifth game in the series. Introducing official national team kits, team and player customization, 16 stadiums and the Road to World Cup mode.

Director: Tom Raycove | Stars: Des Lynam, John Motson, Andy Gray

Votes: 453

35. FIFA Soccer 97 (1996 Video Game)

Sport

The fourth game in the FIFA series. The main new feature of the game other than the motion capture was the indoor football mode.

Star: John Motson

Votes: 100

36. FIFA Soccer 96 (1995 Video Game)

Sport

FIFA Soccer 96 is a video game developed by Extended Play Productions and released by Electronic Arts in 1995.

Votes: 137

37. FIFA Soccer 95 (1994 Video Game)

Sport

On this title from EA was explored a new generation of soccer games. With better graphics for the age and new game play features, the fun factor reached new levels and the game also, ... See full summary »

Directors: Anne L. Coulombe, Joe Della-Savia

Votes: 61

38. FIFA International Soccer (1993 Video Game)

Sport

One of the earliest full simulations of football. The game is based on international matches and utilises an isometric viewpoint unlike other football games at the time.

Star: Scott Cronce

Votes: 54

39. FIFA 19 (2018 Video Game)

E | Sport

FIFA 19 brings you a conclusion to "The Journey" and all new game modes and features to enjoy on and offline. Fifa 19 allows you to take control in your very own footballing world.

Director: Dylan Akio Smith | Stars: Chris Walters, Lisa Solberg, Alan Keegan, Thomas Cadrot

Votes: 1,291

40. FIFA 18 (2017 Video Game)

Sport

In Fifa 18, the Frostbite 3 game engine returns. The game features 82 stadiums. Also, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions include a continuation of "The Journey", a story-based mode.

Director: Dylan Akio Smith | Stars: Tomiwa Edun, Chris Walters, Dele Alli, Sara Alves

Votes: 1,346

41. FIFA 20 (2019 Video Game)

E | Sport

Fifa 20 features over 30 official leagues, 90 fully licensed stadiums, and the new 'VOLTA Football', a mode that provides a variance on the traditional 11v11 gameplay and focuses on small-sided street and futsal games.

Stars: Rhiann Connor, Lee Dixon, Sebastian Johansson, Annabel Maclean

Votes: 1,133

42. FIFA 17 (2016 Video Game)

E | Sport

Immersed in The Journey, fans live their story on and off the pitch as Premier League prospect, Alex Hunter who is looking to make his mark.

Director: Dylan Akio Smith | Stars: Tomiwa Edun, Lewis Reeves, Chris Walters, Cameron Andres

Votes: 1,445

43. FIFA 16 (2015 Video Game)

Sport

Now introducing women's football, FIFA 16 innovates across the entire pitch to deliver a balanced, authentic, and exciting football experience that lets you play your way, and compete at a higher level. And with all new ways to play.

Stars: Parveen Dosanjh, Brian Regal, Martin Tyler

Votes: 1,294

44. FIFA 2001 Major League Soccer (2000 Video Game)

Sport

Offering more than 50 national teams, and 17 major leagues such as the Bundesliga, Major League Soccer, the Premier League, and La Liga, FIFA 2001 offers a smoother and redesigned approach to simulation football.

Stars: Julie Foudy, Phil Schoen

Votes: 195

45. 2002 FIFA World Cup (2001 Video Game)

Sport

FIFA World Cup 2002 is the second EA Sports official World Cup video game developed by EA Canada and Creations.

Votes: 223

46. Actua Soccer (1996 Video Game)

K-A | Sport

A football video game. Its biggest claim to fame was its full 3D graphics engine, used for the first time in a home console football game.

Star: Barry Davies

Votes: 15

47. Adidas Power Soccer (1996 Video Game)

Sport

5.8