India qualifies for FIFAe Nations Cup for the first time

India has made history by qualifying to FIFAe Nations Cup 2022 for the first time ever.Charanjot Singh, Siddh Chandarana and Saransh Jain are going to hoist Indian flag in Copenhagen.

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India has created history by qualifying into the FIFAe Nations Cup 2022 for the first time ever. FIFAe Nations Cup is the FIFA’s official inter-nation competition that features nations from across the globe represented by their best players in EA SPORTS™ FIFA 21. India defeated Malaysia and and Korea Republic in the FIFAe Nations Series 2022 playoffs to secure their coveted spot.

 
 
 
 
 
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The FIFAe Nations Cup gives players the opportunity to play alongside a national teammate with an extra substitute in a 2v2 format, adding a divergent, competitive dynamic with national pride on the line. This year’s FIFAe Nations Cup will be hosted in Copenhagen from 26th July to 30th July.

India was one of the 60 countries that participated in this event and was placed in Middle East and Africa zone in 2021. After a stellar performance and 22nd global finish in 2021 season, India was moved to Asia and Oceania region with a seeded spot in play-ins stage.

India played a total of 32 games in this stage and finished with a scoreline of 12 wins, 11 losses and 9 draws. This has allowed India to qualify for the FIFAe Nations Cup 2022 Playoffs by finishing second in Consistency Charts point table.

The three talented athletes that are going to represent India in Copenhagen are Charanjot Singh, Siddh Chandarana and Saransh Jain.

India is currently pitted against Korea in the lower bracket Semifinals of FIFAe Nations Series (FeNS) 2022 playoffs. India is also currently placed at its highest global rank of 19.

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