women's hockey2GA Women's World Cup 2015 | Group B, Matchday 1 | Germany vs. Australia

December 26, 2020by win0



One of the most anticipated features of this year’s installment of FIFA is the inclusion of women’s teams. With EA Sports bringing back Tournament Mode, I thought that this is the perfect opportunity to showcase the mode and the women’s teams by creating the 2GA Women’s World Cup, an annual -planned to be annual for now, is subject to change- tournament to determine the best women’s footballing nation in the game. The matches have 9-minute halves, and because there is no option to simulate the game while watching it, a coin toss is used to determine which team I will play as. All matches are on Professional difficulty.

DISCLAIMER: I am by no means an expert at this game, so expect some sloppy play.

ALSO: I apologize for any video or audio lag or desynchronization, as it took a while for me to get my GameCapture to run properly.

Group Stage
Group A: France, England, Canada, Spain
Group B: Germany, Sweden, Australia, Mexico
Group C: United States, Brazil, China PR, Italy

The top two finishers in each group and the two best third-place teams advance to the knockout stage.

Knockout Stage

Quarterfinals:
TBD v TBD
TBD v TBD
TBD v TBD
TBD v TBD

Semifinals:
TBD v TBD
TBD v TBD

Final:
TBD v TBD

Want to catch up with the matches you missed? Check the playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwUonf5Zn__-EJKcmuAZmv07XPG1pJuOP
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