Play FIFA 21 online and compete with your friends on the Liga Suparimau app
Following a successful Season 1, eLiga Suparimau is back for Season 2! Register now for kick-off on 28th August
Bringing together players from across Liga Suparimau regions, eLiga Suparimau is open to all youth footballers with access to a Playstation or Xbox and a copy of FIFA 21.
Please find below a list of resources, links and updates for registered players in Season 1 of eLiga Suparimau
Rules and Regulations
The following rules and regulations must be abided by in all matches
Leagues will follow a round-robin format in 3 ability-based competitions: Beginner; Intermediate; and Advanced.
All players will be placed in a division based on the information submitted in their registration form. Fixtures are available on the Liga Suparimau mobile app. Click here to download
Game times are flexible. You can communicate through the Playstation chat with your opponent if you wish to play the game at an earlier time or a later time. The only expectation is that the games are completed by the day they are scheduled to be played with the exception being the last game day.
For example, if your game is scheduled for Saturday 6th June 10:00am you must complete the game no later than Saturday 6th June 12:00pm.
If your opponent does not communicate with you and does not show up please email a screenshot of your attempts to get in contact with them using the Contact form at the bottom of this page. If they are deemed a no show, a 3-0 walkover will be awarded.
You are required to add your opponent to your Playstation Network in order to be able to arrange an online friendly game with them. Your opponent’s PSN ID is their name which appears on the app as your opponent.
All matches in eLiga Suparimau will be played as Online Friendlies. The player listed first in each match-up (ie the ‘Home’ team) is responsible for setting up the match with the following settings:
Online Friendlies Match
Standard game settings
Match length: 12 minutes (6 minutes per half)
Game speed: Normal
Squad Type: 90 Overall
All other settings should be left to game defaults.
At the end of each FIFA match, both players must take a screenshot or photo of the final results screen. This will be used in case of any score disputes between participants (see ‘Score Disputes’ below)
All scores must be reported via the Liga Suparimau app. To report your score, tap on Profile in the menu bar and find the match under ‘My Matches’.
Click on the match to visit the match details screen and fill in the match score under ‘Score Input (YOUR NAME)’ then click Submit.
If you score submission is successful you will see a green box on the match details screen saying ‘Score submitted’.
Each participant will be required to submit the match score within 1 hour of the match finishing. Failure to submit a score could lead to a walkover victory being awarded to your opponent.
If a match is not played or if neither player submits a score for a match, the match will be given a score of 0–0 unless:
- The failure to complete the match is not the fault of one competitor in which case a forfeit will be entered for the other team; or
- The failure to complete the match is not the fault of both competitors in which case the organiser may provide an extension of time in order to complete the match.
In the event that submitted scores from the Home and Away player are different, players will be required to submit a screenshot or photo of the in-game result screen.
You will be notified of this by the admin team if there is a mismatch in reported scores from one of your matches.
Experiencing a problem with eLiga Suparimau matches or the app? Please contact us using the form below
Frequently Asked Questions
Pleased check the information below before submitting a question via our Contact form
All league fixtures are posted on the Liga Suparimau app. The name of your opponent is their PSN ID and should be used to find your opponent on the Playstation Network.
Please watch the following video for a guide to adding someone to your Playstation Network:
Your opponent’s PSN ID is the same as their player name on the Liga Suparimau app and fixture lists.
You are required to add your opponent to your Playstation Network in order to be able to arrange an online friendly game with them.
Please do not abuse these contacts. If we receive any reports of abuse resulting from sharing of PSN IDs, that player will be banned from playing in our future eSports tournaments.
Please watch the following video to find out how to accept a message from other players:
All matches in the eLiga Suparimau Live tournaments will be played as Online Friendlies. The player listed first in each match-up (ie the ‘Home’ team) is responsible for setting up the match with the following settings:
- Online Friendlies Match
- Standard game settings
- Match length: 12 minutes (6 minutes per half)
- Game speed: Normal
- Controls: Any
- Squad Type: 90 Overall
- If game is drawn in the group stages the result stands. If a game is drawn in the knock out stages then please rematch and play golden goal. The first person to score the next goal wins the match.
- All other settings should be left to game defaults.
Please watch the video below to find out how to invite an opponent to play in your online friendly match:
When your match has ended, please ensure you take a screenshot or photo of the final result page. This will be used to settle any disputes.
Scores must be updated at the top of this page no later than 10 minutes after the match has ended.
*Please note: score submission will soon be available on the Liga Suparimau app but should be completed on the website until further notice
These rules apply to all eLiga Suparimau tournaments unless otherwise stated:
- These tournaments are to have fun and enjoy ourselves. Please play in the spirit of the game; anyone caught showing bad sportsmanship will be banned from future eSport competitions
- Please use the same team throughout the tournament. You may use international teams or club teams
For round-robin league competitions, final placing of players is decided by the following, in order:
- Most points
- Best goal difference
- Most goals scored
- Fewest goals conceded
- Head to head result
If 2 players are still tied they will be required to play a golden goal match where a new game will be started and the first player to score will be declared the champion.