FIFA 20 E-League 2020 fixture, Grand Final details released

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The Grand Final will be held at the new Fortress Melbourne eSports venue.

The FIFA 20 E-League 2020 officially launched today, with organisers detailing the competition’s full fixture and details of a Grand Final to be held at the new Fortress Melbourne eSports venue.

The regular competition will be split into 11 rounds, with matches played on Saturday, 15 February and Saturday, 7 March at ESL Studios in Sydney. The E-league 2020 Finals Series will be held on Saturday, 9 May 2020 at Fortress Melbourne. All matches throughout the E-League 2020 Season and E-League 2020 Finals Series will be streamed on Twitch.

The full fixture is below.

E-League fixture, 15 February 2020

Round 1

  • Adelaide United v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
  • Brisbane Roar FC v Wellington Phoenix
  • Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC
  • Melbourne City FC v Perth Glory
  • Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets

Round 2

  • Newcastle Jets v Melbourne City FC
  • Perth Glory v Central Coast Mariners
  • Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar FC
  • Wellington Phoenix v Adelaide United
  • Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Western United FC

Round 3

  • Brisbane Roar FC v Western United FC
  • Central Coast Mariners v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
  • Melbourne City FC v Wellington Phoenix
  • Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC
  • Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory

Round 4

  • Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory
  • Sydney FC v Melbourne City FC
  • Wellington Phoenix v Central Coast Mariners
  • Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Brisbane Roar FC
  • Western United FC v Adelaide United

Round 5

  • Central Coast Mariners v Adelaide United
  • Melbourne City FC v Western United FC
  • Melbourne Victory v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
  • Newcastle Jets v Wellington Phoenix
  • Perth Glory v Sydney FC

Round 6

  • Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets
  • Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory
  • Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Melbourne City FC
  • Western United FC v Central Coast Mariners
  • Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar FC

E-League fixture, 7 March 2020

Round 7

  • Melbourne City FC v Brisbane Roar FC
  • Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United
  • Newcastle Jets v Western United FC
  • Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers FC
  • Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix

Round 8

  • Wellington Phoenix v Perth Glory
  • Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Newcastle Jets
  • Western United FC v Melbourne Victory
  • Adelaide United v Melbourne City FC
  • Brisbane Roar FC v Central Coast Mariners

Round 9

  • Melbourne Victory v Central Coast Mariners
  • Newcastle Jets v Brisbane Roar FC
  • Perth Glory v Adelaide United
  • Sydney FC v Western United FC
  • Wellington Phoenix v Western Sydney Wanderers FC

Round 10

  • Western Sydney Wanderers FC v Sydney FC
  • Western United FC v Perth Glory
  • Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets
  • Brisbane Roar FC v Melbourne Victory
  • Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne City FC

Round 11

  • Western United FC v Wellington Phoenix
  • Adelaide United v Sydney FC
  • Brisbane Roar FC v Perth Glory
  • Central Coast Mariners v Newcastle Jets
  • Melbourne City FC v Melbourne Victory

EA Sports confirmed that “the E-League is now a League Qualifying Tournament II of the EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Global Series, which provides a pathway for competitors to compete at the FIFA eWorld Cup.”

“After two seasons of the E-League, it was timely for us to reassess and revise our strategy for the future of the competition,” said FFA Head of Leagues, Greg O’Rourke.

“Following consultation with our key stakeholders, we have landed on a new competition format that will see competitors representing each Hyundai A-League Clubs play each other over two weekends in the regular season to determine the E-League Premiers. The E-League Finals Series will remain as a seeded, knock-out to determine our E-League Champion 2020.”

FIFA 20 is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch.