FIFA 99 is a football based video game released on June 10th, 1998 for the Nintendo 64, PlayStation, and Windows. It is the fifth game in the FIFA Series. The Malaysian league was removed, and on its stead came two new leagues: the Belgian First Division and the Portuguese Primeira Liga. Compared to FIFA 98 it has graphics improvements, but the indoor mode is no longer available.

Leagues[edit | edit source]

Rest of Europe[edit | edit source]

  • GreeceAEK Athens (UC)
  • PolandAmica Wronki (CWC)
  • CyprusAnorthosis (CL Qualifying)
  • CyprusApollon Limassol (CWC)
  • IsraelBeitar Jerusalem (CL Qualifying)
  • TurkeyBeşiktaş (CWC)
  • DenmarkBrondby (CL Qualifying)
  • CroatiaCroatia Zagreb (CL Qualifying)
  • UkraineCSKA Kyiv (CWC)
  • RussiaDinamo Moscow (UC)
  • UkraineDynamo Kyiv (CL Qualifying)
  • GeorgiaDynamo Tblisi (CL Qualifying)
  • DenmarkFC København (CWC)
  • SlovakiaFC Kosice (CL Qualifying)
  • SwitzerlandFC Zurich (UC)
  • TurkeyGalatasaray (CL Qualifying)
  • SwitzerlandGrasshopper (CL Qualifying)
  • CroatiaHajduk Split (UC)
  • FinlandHaka Valkeakoski (CWC)
  • FinlandHJK (CL Qualifying)
  • Czech RepublicJablonec (CWC)
  • SwitzerlandLaussane (CWC)
  • BulgariaLevski Sofia (CWC)
  • BulgariaLitex Lovech (CL Qualifying)
  • PolandŁKS Łódź (CL Qualifying)
  • RussiaLokomotiv Moscow (CWC)
  • IsraelMaccabi Haifa (CWC)
  • SloveniaMaribor Teatanic (CL Qualifying)
  • LatviaMetalurgs (CWC)
  • HungaryMTK (CWC)
  • SerbiaOblic (CL Qualifying)
  • GreeceOlympiacos (CL Qualifying)
  • GreecePanathinaikos (CL Qualifying)
  • GreecePanionios (CWC)
  • SerbiaPartizan Belgrade (CWC)
  • RomaniaRapid Bucureşti (CWC)
  • NorwayRosenborg (CL Qualifying)
  • SerbiaRed Star Belgrade (UC)
  • SloveniaRudar Velenje (CWC)
  • SwitzerlandServette (UC)
  • LatviaSkonto Riga (CL Qualifying)
  • Czech RepublicSparta Prague (CL Qualifying)
  • RussiaSpartak Moscow (CL Qualifying)
  • SlovakiaSpartak Trnava (CWC)
  • RomaniaSteaua Bucureşti (CL Qualifying)
  • AustriaSturm Graz (CL Qualifying)
  • AustriaSV Ried (CWC)
  • HungaryÚjpest (CL Qualifying)
  • NorwayVålerenga (CWC)
  • CroatiaVarteks Varazdin (CWC)

National teams[edit | edit source]

AFC

CAF

CONCACAF

CONMEBOL

OFC

UEFA

Commentary[edit | edit source]

Clive Tyldesley and Andy Gray

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

The game's soundtrack has the following tracks.

  • England DanMass - "Gotta Learn (Dub Pistols' Sick Junkie Mix)"
  • England Dylan Rhymes - "Naked and Ashamed (Remix)"
  • England Fatboy Slim - "The Rockafeller Skank"
  • United States Gearwhore - "Passion"
  • United States God Within - "Raincry"
  • England Lionrock - "Rude Boy Rock"

External links[edit | edit source]

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