FIFA 12 (titled FIFA Soccer 12 in North America) is the 19th game in Electronic Arts' FIFA series of association football video games. It was developed by EA Canada, and published by Electronic Arts worldwide under the EA Sports label. It was released in September 2011, on consoles for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii and PlayStation 2; on handhelds for PlayStation Portable, 3DS, Xperia Play, Android, and iOS; and on computers for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. A port of the game entitled FIFA Football (titled FIFA Soccer in North America) was released as a launch title for the PlayStation Vita.

David Rutter, the line producer for FIFA 12, promised "a revolutionary year for FIFA ... especially in the gameplay department."

In the United Kingdom, an "Ultimate Edition" of the game was available at Game and Gamestation stores. It included four monthly Ultimate Team gold packs, with each pack containing 12 items, including players, contracts, stadiums, managers, staff, fitness, healing, footballs, kits and badges. Each pack contains one rare item, such as enhanced player attributes, longer contracts and the most coveted players. On 22 June 2011, EA Sports announced that the Microsoft Windows version of FIFA 12 will have the same engine, features, and competitions as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.

Along with several other new EA Sports titles, FIFA 12 was available three days early to purchasers of the EA Sports Season Ticket.

The release date of the FIFA 12 demo was announced at the Gamescom event in Germany on August 16, 2011; the demo was available from Xbox Live Marketplace and EA's Origin Store for Microsoft Windows on 13 September 2011, though the PlayStation 3 demo was not available in Europe until the following day.


Features[edit | edit source]

Leagues[edit | edit source]

Main article: List of teams in FIFA 12

Rest of the World[edit | edit source]

National teams[edit | edit source]

Albania

Stadiums[edit | edit source]

Real stadiums[edit | edit source]

There are 56 stadiums in FIFA 12. Most are from Europe's most prominent leagues, and a range of generic stadia. In FIFA 12 there are new real stadiums: Etihad Stadium and Juventus Stadium

Generic stadiums[edit | edit source]

Commentary[edit | edit source]

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

  • England Alex Metric and Steve Angello - Open Your Eyes
  • Australia All Mankind - Break The Spell
  • Australia Architecture in Helsinki - Escapee
  • Brazil Bloco Bleque / Gabriel o Pensador - Só Tem Jogador
  • England Chase & Status - No Problem
  • Canada Crystal Castles and Robert Smith - Not In Love
  • Brazil CSS - Hits Me Like a Rock
  • Australia Cut Copy - Where I'm Going
  • Germany Digitalism - Circles
  • Chile DJ Raff - Latino & Proud
  • Spain El Guincho - Bombay (Fresh Touch Dub Mix)
  • United States Empresarios - Sabor Tropical
  • United States Foster the People - Call It What You Want
  • United States Givers - Up Up Up
  • Scotland Glasvegas - The World Is Yours
  • England Graffiti6 - Stare Into The Sun
  • United States Grouplove - Colours (Captain Cutz Remix)
  • Northern Ireland Japanese Popstars - Let Go
  • England Kasabian - Switchblade Smiles
  • Venezuela La Vida Bohème - El Buen Salvaje
  • Spain Macaco - Una Sola Voz
  • Germany Marteria / Yasha - Verstrahlt
  • England Monarchy - The Phoenix Alive (Kris Menace Remix)
  • England Pint Shot Riot - Twisted Soul
  • United States Portugal. The Man - Got It All (This Can't Be Living Now)
  • United States Rock Mafia - The Big Bang
  • United States Spank Rock - Energy
  • United States The Chain Gang Of 1974 - Hold On
  • Sweden The Hives - Thousand Answers
  • Netherlands The Medics - City
  • New Zealand The Naked and Famous - Punching in a Dream
  • United States The Strokes - Machu Picchu
  • England The Ting Tings - Hands
  • England The Vaccines - Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)
  • United States Thievery Corporation - Stargazer
  • United States Tittsworth and Alvin Risk / Maluca - La Campana
  • United States TV on the Radio - Will Do
  • Italy Tying Tiffany - Drownin'

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