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Wrexham AFC included as new team in FIFA 22, according to leaks

01 Jul 2021 2 minutes Read
Right, the cover of Fifa 21. Left, Wrexham AFC badge.

Wrexham AFC will be included as a new team in FIFA 22, according to leaks.

It has been reported that the non-league club, which is owned by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, will feature in the latest chapter of EA’s virtual football franchise. The game is expected to be released in September or October 2021.

Recently promoted League Two side Sutton United will also added to the series, alongside various other new teams, according to GiveMeSport.

Though game developers are tight-lipped about the new content at this stage, it says notorious leakers and game information experts have been scouring the internet to uncover details about the game, which have been shared by FutWatch on Twitter and Dexerto.

Here are the new teams that will be involved in the latest game according to their reports:

  • Go Ahead Eagles
  • Apoel FC
  • G.D. Estoril Praia
  • Altay SK
  • Adana Demirspor
  • FC U Craiova 1948
  • FC Viktoria 1889 Berlin
  • Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio
  • Iperzola
  • FC Presnya Moscow
  • CIS national football team
  • ATK Football Club
  • Concordia Knurow
  • Real Tamale United
  • AS Dragons FC de l’Ouémé
  • RC Paris
  • B. Dortmund II
  • SC Freiburg II
  • Sutton United
  • Radomiak Radom
  • SC Toulon
  • FC Vizela
  • FC Mulhouse
  • Giresunspor
  • Hangzhou Greentown
  • Varese
  • Viareggio
  • GKS Tychy
  • Termalica
  • Arouca
  • Quevilly Rouen
  • Al Tai
  • Tampa Bay Rowdies
  • RFC Seraing
  • Itagui Leones FC
  • CS Mioveni
  • Viborg FF
  • Austria Klagenfurt
  • Ferencvarosi TC
  • Wrexham AFC
  • N.E.C.
  • Union SG
  • Hajduk Split
  • FC Rapid 1923
  • Grasshopper Club
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