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FIFA 2000 (titled FIFA 2000: Major League Soccer in North America, and FIFA 2000: Europa League Soccer in Japan) is an association football video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It was the seventh
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UK cover featuring Sol Campbell

game in the main FIFA series. The game was released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation. A version was also released for the Game Boy Color, developed by Tiertex Design Studios and published by THQ.

Game featuresEdit

Among the innovations for this edition of the series was the ability to play over consecutive seasons, giving the possibility of competing for promotion or relegation and qualification for European Cup competition.[1] The US Major League Soccer was officially licensed for the first time, and was used as a subtitle for the North American release.

SoundEdit

Commentary in the UK English release is provided by BBC television commentators John Motson, Mark Lawrenson and Chris Waddle. The commentary was recorded in a London studio, however for the first time in the series Motson visited the games developers in Vancouver, Canada to provide insights into the intracaices of the real-life game.[2] The US English release features commentary from Phil Schoen and Julie Foudy.[3] Localised commentary exists for the German, Spanish, French, Italian, Hebrew, Japanese, Greek and Brazilian Portuguese releases.[4]

SoundtrackEdit

The game's theme music was Robbie Williams' "It's Only Us".[5] As part of the agreement to licence the track EA Sports included Port Vale, the club Robbie Williams supports, in the game, despite only being in the third tier of the English football league system, which wasn't included as part of this game.

List of teams in FIFA 2000Edit

  • ​​ Belgian Pro League
  • ​​ Campeonato Brasileiro
  • ​​ Danish Superliga
  • ​​ English Premier League
  • ​​/​​ Ligue 1
  • ​​ Bundesliga
  • ​​ Superleague
  • ​​ Israeli Premier League
  • ​​ Serie A
  • ​​ Eredivisie
  • ​​ Tippeligaen
  • ​​ Scottish Premier League
  • ​​ La Liga
  • ​​ Allsvenskan
  • ​​ Super Lig
  • ​​​​ Major League Soccer

Rest of World Edit

  • ​​Al Ahly
  • ​​Al Ain
  • ​​Al Nasr
  • ​​Al Wahda
  • ​​Al Wasl
  • ​​CSKA Moscow
  • ​​Croatia Zagreb
  • ​​Dinamo Kyiv
  • ​​Dinamo Tblisi
  • ​​El Masry
  • ​​Isma'eilia
  • ​​Itihad
  • ​​MTK Budapest
  • ​​Maribor Branik
  • ​​Port Vale*
  • ​​Rapid Bucharest
  • ​​Rapid Vienna
  • ​​Rijeka
  • ​​Slovan Bratislava
  • ​​Servette
  • ​​Slavia Prague
  • ​​Sparta Prague
  • ​​Spartak Moscow
  • ​​Sturm Graz
  • ​​Teplice
  • ​​Widzew Lodz
  • ​​Zamalek

National teams Edit

ASIA

  • ​​ China PR
  • ​​ Iran
  • ​​ Japan
  • ​​ Korea Rep
  • ​​ Singapore
  • ​​ Taiwan
  • ​​ Thailand
  • ​​ United Arab Emirates

AFRICA

  • ​​ Cameroon
  • ​​ Egypt
  • ​​ Lebanon
  • ​​ Morocco
  • ​​ Nigeria
  • ​​ South Africa
  • ​​ Tunisia

NORTH AMERICA

  • ​​ Canada
  • ​​ Jamaica
  • ​​ Mexico
  • ​​ United States

SOUTH AMERICA

  • ​​ Argentina
  • ​​ Brazil
  • ​​ Chile
  • ​​ Colombia
  • ​​ Paraguay

OCEAN

  • ​​ Australia
  • ​​ New Zealand

EUROPE

  • ​​ Austria
  • ​​ Belgium
  • ​​ Bulgaria
  • ​​ Croatia
  • ​​ Denmark
  • ​​ England
  • ​​ France
  • ​​ Germany
  • ​​ Greece
  • ​​ Israel
  • ​​ Italy
  • ​​ Netherlands
  • ​​ Norway
  • ​​ Poland
  • ​​ Romania
  • ​​ Scotland
  • ​​ Spain
  • ​​ Sweden
  • ​​ Ukraine
  • ​​ Yugoslavia

Classic teams

  • Ajax (1970-73)
  • Anderlecht (1983)
  • Argentina (1978)
  • Arsenal (1970-71)
  • Barcelona (1989-92)
  • Bayern Munich (1974-76)
  • Boca Juniors (1976)
  • Borussia MG (1975-76)
  • Brazil (1958)
  • Brazil (1970)
  • Bulgaria (1994)
  • Celtic (1967)
  • Daewoo (1997)
  • Denmark (1989-92)
  • England (1966)
  • France (1958)
  • France (1984)
  • Germany (1989-91)
  • Göthenburg (1982)
  • Hamburg (1982-83)
  • Holland (1974)
  • Hungary (1954)
  • Independiente (1972-75)
  • Inter (1965-66)
  • Italy (1982)
  • Japan (1986)
  • Liverpool (1977-84)
  • Manchester United (1968)
  • Marseille (1989-93)
  • Milan (1988-90)
  • Napoli (1986-89)
  • New York Cosmos (1972-75)
  • Real Madrid (1950-56)
  • Red Star (1990-91)
  • Rosenborg (1997-98)
  • Saint-Étienne (1976)
  • Santos (1962-63)
  • Steaua Bucharest (1986-89)
  • Spain (1984)
  • West Germany (1974)
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