The ePremier League Returns For The 2022/23 Season

The Premier League and Electronic Arts Inc. have announce the return of the ePremier League for the 2022/23 season. Returning for a fifth year, the competition gives Premier League and EA SPORTS™ FIFA fans a chance to win silverware for their favourite club.

Registration for this year’s tournament is open now to UK residents aged 16 and over. Players of all abilities will compete for a place in the Club Playoffs by participating in a series of online open qualification tournaments, played using crossplay, throughout November.

This season’s Grand Final will take place on 25 and 26 March 2023 at Here East in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where the two best players from all 20 Premier League clubs will compete to find out which club will be named ePremier League Champions.

Players will be competing for a prize pool of £100,000, with the four competitors from the top two clubs earning spots in the EA SPORTS FIFA 23 Global Series Playoffs and Play-Ins.

Continuing the success of the 2021/22 competition, the format of this season’s Grand Final will once again see each club’s representatives working collaboratively. Each club will be represented by two players who will take part in a series of 1 vs 1 matches against pairings from other clubs, with one player competing per console.

The 2022/23 ePremier League will be played on next-generation consoles, PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X|S, with players able to sign up at


“We are delighted to announce the return of the ePremier League for a fifth season and to once again offer UK-based gamers the chance to represent their favourite Premier League club in serious competition. In previous years we have seen a mix of new and established FIFA players competing for the ePremier League title, providing great drama and excitement which has captivated fans all over the globe. The tournament continues to go from strength-to-strength and is now a firmly established part of the Premier League calendar. In the last four years we have had some great matches, and great Champions, and we look forward to seeing which club wins the ePremier League this season.”

Premier League Chief Commercial Officer, Will Brass


More information about the EA SPORTS™ FIFA 23 Global Series can be found here.


ePremier League 2022/23 Key Dates and Information:

Online Qualification Tournaments

Qualifier 1                                                            1/2 November 2022

Qualifier 2                                                            5/6 November 2022

Qualifier 3                                                            8/9 November 2022

Online Qualifier Playoff                                    15/16 November 2022

Club Playoffs: November/December 2022 (precise dates to be confirmed by each club)

Grand Finals:  25-26 March 2023


Prize Pool Breakdown (split equally between club representatives):
















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