FIFA 15 Release Date: EA Sports Game Out This Tuesday
FIFA 15 Release Date: EA Sports Game Out This Tuesday

The next edition of FIFA is almost upon us. 

EA Sports’ latest soccer simulator, FIFA 15, will be out for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC in North America on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, and on Friday, September 26 in Europe. 

The next-gen console and PC version will include new features like player Emotional Intelligence, Next-Gen goalkeepers, and next-gen player-authentic visuals. 

Also, for the first time, all 20 Barclays Premier League stadiums, with accurate audio and commentary, will feature. 

Career mode has been revamped to include a more realistic system of player growth, better scouting and transfer networks, and better storylines and match analysis season after season. 

Check out the top 20 players from the Barclays Premier League, Ligue 1, Bundesliga, Serie A and La Liga from EA Sports below:

Barclays Premier League

20. Santi Cazorla – Arsenal (84)

19. Alexis Sánchez – Arsenal (84)

18. Samir Nasri – Manchester City (84)

17. Oscar – Chelsea (84)

16. Cesc Fàbregas – Chelsea FC (84)

15. Hugo Lloris – Tottenham Hotspur (85)

14. Juan Mata – Manchester United (85) 

13. Diego Costa – Chelsea FC (85)

12. Petr Čech – Chelsea FC (85) 

11. Thibaut Courtois – Chelsea FC (86)

10. Mesut Özil – Arsenal (86)

9. Ángel Di María – Manchester United (86)

8. Missing from list

7. Wayne Rooney – Manchester United (86)

6. Yaya Toure – Manchester City (86)

5. Vincent Kompany – Manchester City (86)

4. David Silva – Manchester City (87)

3. Radamel Falcao – Manchester United (88)

2. Robin van Persie – Manchester United (88)

1. Eden Hazard – Chelsea FC (88)

Ligue 1

20. Loïc Perrin – Saint-Étienne (80)

19. Marco Verratti – Paris Saint-Germain (80)

18. Vincent Enyeama – Lille OSC (80)

17. Cédric Carrasso – Bordeaux (81)

16. Dimitar Berbatov – AS Monaco (81)

15. Yohan Cabaye – Paris Saint-Germain (81)

14. Rio Antonio Mavuba – Lille OSC (81)

13. Lucas – Paris Saint-Germain (82)

12. Steve Mandanda – Olympique de Marseille (82)

11. David Luiz – Paris Saint-Germain (82)

10. Thiago Motta – Paris Saint-Germain (82)

9. Ezequiel Lavezzi – Paris Saint-Germain (82)

8. Jérémy Toulalan – AS Monaco (83)

7. Stéphane Ruffier – Saint-Étienne (83)

6. João Moutinho – AS Monaco (83)

5. Blaise Matuidi – Paris Saint-Germain (83)

4. Salvatore Sirigu – Paris Saint-Germain (84)

3. Edinson Cavani – Paris Saint-Germain (86)

2. Thiago Silva – Paris Saint-Germain (87)

1. Zlatan Ibrahimović – Paris Saint-Germain (90)

Bundesliga 

20. David Alaba – Bayern Munich (82) 

19. Sokratis – Borussia Dortmund (82)

18. İlkay Gündoğan – Borussia Dortmund (83) 

17. Roman Weidenfeller – Borussia Dortmund (83)

16. Jefferson Farfán – FC Schalke 04 (83)

15. Klass-Jan Huntelaar – FC Schalke 04 (84)

14. Mehdi Benatia – Bayern Munich (84)

13. Xabi Alonso – Bayern Munich (84)

12. Javi Martinez – Bayern Munich (85)

11. Jérôme Boateng – Bayern Munich (85)

10. Mario Götze – Bayern Munich (85)

9. Mats Hummels – Borussia Dortmund (86)

8. Thomas Müller – Bayern Munich (86)

7. Marco Reus – Borussia Dortmund (86)

6. Robert Lewandowski – Bayern Munich (87)

5. Philipp Lahm – Bayern Munich (87)

4. Franck Ribéry – Bayern Munich (88)

3. Bastian Schweinsteiger – Bayern Munich (88)

2. Manuel Neuer – Bayern Munich (90)

1. Arjen Robben – Bayern Munich (90)

Serie A

20. Borja Valero – Fiorentina (82)

19. Hernanes – Inter (82)

18. Giuseppe Rossi – Fiorentina (82)

17. Gianluigi Buffon – Juventus (82)

16. Samir Handanović – Inter (83)

15. Marek Hamšík – Napoli (83)

14. Claudio Marchisio – Juventus (83)

13. Antonio Candreva – SS Lazio (83)

12. Diego López – AC Milan (83) 

11. Nemanja Vidić – Inter (83)

10. Andrea Barzagli – Juventus (83)

9. Miralem Pjanić – AS Roma (83)

8. Paul Pogba – Juventus (83)

7. Juan Cuadrado – Fiorentina (83)

6. Gonzalo Higuaín – Napoli (84)

5. Daniele De Rossi – AS Roma (84)

4. Giorgio Chiellini – Juventus (84)

3. Andrea Pirlo – Juventus (84)

2. Carlos Tévez – Juventus (85)

1. Arturo Vidal – Juventus (85)

La Liga 

20. Ivan Rakitić – FC Barcelona (83)

19. Javier Mascherano – FC Barcelona (83)

18. Gerard Piqué – FC Barcelona (84)

17. Diego Godín – Atlético Madrid (84)

16. Sami Khedira – Real Madrid (84)

15. Arda Turan – Atlético Madrid (84)

14. Iker Casillas – Real Madrid (84)

13. Sergio Busquets – FC Barcelona (85)

12. Karim Benzema – Real Madrid (85)

11. Toni Kroos – Real Madrid (85)

10. James Rodríguez – Real Madrid (86)

9. Neymar Jr. – FC Barcelona (86)

8. Xavi – FC Barcelona (86)

7. Luka Modrić – Real Madrid (87)

6. Sergio Ramos – Real Madrid (87)

5. Gareth Bale – Real Madrid (87)

4. Luis Suárez – FC Barcelona (89)

3. Andrés Iniesta – FC Barcelona (89)

2. Cristiano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (92)

1. Lionel Messi – FC Barcelona (94)

 
 
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