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    EA Sports and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham Team-up to Design Exclusive FIFA Ultimate Team Kit to Raise Funds for UNICEF

    Electronic Arts has announced that eSoccer Aid for UNICEF, an online FIFA 22 tournament, will be returning for its second year on 30th September for a star-studded game, with all proceeds donated to UNICEF. Hosted in partnership with Twitch; Twitch Rivals: eSoccer Aid for UNICEF ft. FIFA 22 will see footballers, celebrities, creators and competitive gamers battling it out in a 2v2 tournament on the eve of the global launch of FIFA 22. The broadcast will be available to view on Twitch and participating names will be announced nearer the time.

    The virtual game of football will follow Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2021, the world’s biggest celebrity football match, due to take place at Etihad Stadium, Manchester on Saturday 4th September, and broadcast live on ITV and STV.

    As part of the partnership, EA will be donating to UNICEF, whose work has transformed the lives of millions of children all over the world. The donation is part of several initiatives being put in place by EA SPORTS this year to support UNICEF programmes, aimed at giving equal opportunities to every child.

    David Beckham, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, said: Playing for England is one of my greatest achievements and it’s amazing to think my debut was 25 years ago. It’s been great working with EA SPORTS and Reuben to co-design a FIFA Ultimate Team kit to celebrate that moment and raise vital funds for UNICEF.”

    This week marks 25 years since Beckham made his England debut vs. Moldova and to further support the partnership with EA SPORTS, David Beckham has co-designed a bespoke FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) kit with artist Reuben Dangoor, celebrating this very moment. The kit can be unlocked and access in FIFA 22 worldwide by tuning into the Twitch Rivals: eSoccer Aid for UNICEF ft. FIFA 22 broadcast via Twitch.

    FIFA players across the globe will have the chance to play as David Beckham following the release of FIFA 22. For the third year running, a Soccer Aid World XI FC team will be available in the game with Beckham joining the star-studded squad.

    The following players will make up the Soccer Aid World XI FC team:

    • Goalkeepers: Peter Schmeichel, Edwin van der Sar and Jens Lehmann.
    • Defenders: Marcel Desailly, Franco Baresi, Sol Campbell, Ashley Cole, Roberto Carlos and Fabio Cannavaro.
    • Midfielders: Ruud Gullit, Luís Figo, Zinedine Zidane, Clarence Seedorf, Roy Keane, Robert Pirès, Paul Scholes, Joe Cole, David Ginola, Juan Sebastián Veron, Lothar Matthäus, Claude Makélélé, David Beckham and Michael Essien.
    • Forwards: Gianfranco Zola, Diego Maradona, Alan Shearer, Ian Rush, Henrik Larsson, Kenny Dalglish, John Barnes, Hernán Crespo, Robbie Keane, Alessandro Del Piero, Eric Cantona, Andriy Shevchenko, Ronaldinho, Michael Owen, Patrick Kluivert and Pelé.

    To receive the kit to your FUT account, you must:

    (1) link your EA and Twitch accounts (to link your accounts visit, (2) watch the stream for at least 60 minutes
    (3) have an active FIFA 22 FUT Club
    (4) claim the reward on Twitch. You must watch at least 60 minutes of the stream to be eligible to receive the kit.

    The offer is not available for and cannot be redeemed on Nintendo Switch. FUT content only available where FIFA is sold.

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