Players desiring to regulate Nigeria on the list soon-to-be-released FIFA 21 have been left unhappy, as the Super Eagles will not partake in the FIFA’s latest franchise. The Super Eagles are said to have missed out of FIFA, not for the first time, as they join a host of other African teams to be ousted out of one of the most popular football games in the world.
FIFA gives the opportunity of regulating the best teams in the world, but there is a fixed number of African teams ready for anyone planning to use them. Egypt, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, and South Africa all playable on the event.
The six top-ranked African teams in the latest FIFA World Rankings are not involved in the video game, this is a list that includes Senegal (20th), Tunisia (26th), Nigeria (29th), Algeria (35th), Morocco (43rd), and Ghana (46th).
It is rumored that Nigeria is not present on the game because EA Sports- the game’s developers- do not have the license to use the Super Eagles. Nevertheless, it is totally not accurate, as some unlicenced teams will feature in FI
The last time Nigeria was present on a FIFA game was FIFA 2008. And with the team’s recent commercial success with shirt sponsor Nike, it becomes a thing of a dilemma as to why they were disregarded.