Rio Ferdinand teams up with COPA90 in all-new FIFA 20 challenge

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Ex-Manchester United legend, Rio Ferdinand, aims to beat the boredom as he links with COPA90 for a new FIFA 20 challenge. Rio made the announcement on Twitter as he looks to search for the ultimate FIFA player:

What is this FIFA 20 challenge?

The goal of this new and exciting challenge is to raise money for charity. The matches will be played between some of the world’s best footballers (not FIFA players) in a bid to see who is the best on the sticks.

Ferdinand announced he has contacted his football friends and we will be seeing some of the best ballers go head to head.

The first match-up has recently been announced. Manchester United full-back, Aaron Wan Bissaka, will face off against Burnley forward, Dwight McNeil.

How can I watch it?

Matches will be streamed on YouTube for people to tune in. Although times have not yet been announced, stay tuned on the COPA90 official YouTube channel and Rio Ferdinand’s official channel.

With not all details announced as of yet, it is expected that the matches will be played frequently each week. Ferdinand will be hosting the challenge in a series of episodes on each channel.

If boredom is getting the better of you with a lack of competitive gaming on offer, tournaments and challenges like these are a great alternative to keep you entertained.

What other FIFA 20 tournaments are out there?

Sporting events around the globe have been cancelled left, right and centre. The sporting world seems to have turned to gaming as people are forced to remain in their homes.

If you are looking to watch some competitive FIFA, there are some tournaments sprouting up that you can tune in to.

The Spanish top-flight football league, LaLiga, created their own tournament recently with pro footballers competing for their individual teams. Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio came out on top. Italian club AS Roma have also been organising daily friendlies between themselves and other clubs.

German football league, Bundesliga, have also created a home challenge featuring professional German teams:

What more could a competitive FIFA fan ask for?

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