e-First Division is Coming to the GFA


The e-First Division is a virtual league whereby users will be able to play FIFA 18 like never before. Create your very own personalised avatar and play online via the Club Pro feature in Gibraltar's First Division. 10 teams will make up the league which gives an exciting opportunity to both players and fans alike to see themselves come to life on a platform as renowned as the FIFA video game franchise. The competition will consist of a regular season in Gibraltar's top flight in addition to a play-off round which will determine the Champion of the inaugural edition of the e-First Division.


In this mode, your avatar will be play in his very own position specific to each individual, leading the way for users to play from the comfort of your own home while online with friends. Once you have cemented your position, whether it be as a striker, midfielder or even a goalkeeper - 11 players can play simultaneously as team and compete for the league title. With ample playing time, your player will increase in value as his attributes improve. As his skill, technique and physicality improve over time, he may even be good enough to sign for your favourite team!


Keep your eyes peeled for further updates as the registration period to participate in this exciting new league will open very soon.


Playing in Gibraltar's First Division will soon become a virtual reality!





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