The competitive FIFA scene is in full swing, with competitions opening up left, right and centre.
But now we've got some big news for Premier League fans, as it has been confirmed that the ePremier League will be returning to the FIFA 22 calendar.
Registrations are now open, allowing you the opportunity to register your interest in representing the Premier League club of your choice.
Here is everything you need to know.
What is the ePremier League?
The ePremier League is a yearly FIFA competition, with all 20 Premier League teams competing to be named the ePremier League champions.
The competition takes place on Ultimate Team, allowing those representing each club to build a team of their choice, ensuring that there is no advantage or disadvantage to be had on the pitch.
Manchester City will enter this years competition as the reigning champions, with Shaun "Shellzz" Springette defeating Leeds United's Olle "Ollelito" Arbin in last years Grand Final.
ePremier League Format
It is a staple part of the Global Series calendar, with qualifications beginning in November.
There will be seven rounds of qualifiers that will take place between November and January, with eight players from each club advancing to the Club Playoffs.
- Qualifier 1 - 16/17 Nov 2021
- Qualifier 2 - 23/24 Nov 2021
- Qualifier 3 - 30 Nov/1 Dec 2021
- Qualifier 4 - 14/15 Dec 2021
- Qualifier 5 - 21/22 Dec 2021
- Qualifier 6 - 4/5 Jan 2022
- Qualifier 7 - 11/12 Jan 2022
- Online Qualifier Playoff - 18/19 Jan 2022
The Club Playoffs will take place between February and March of 2022, with the eight best from each club facing off to be given the honour of representing their team in the Grand Finals.
The Grand Finals will take place on the weekend of March 26th 2022, with teams having to pair up for the first time in the four year history of the competition.
ePremier League Prize Pool
The prize pool for this year's tournament is bigger than ever before, with a share of £100,000 up for grabs.
There are also three seats up for grabs for the EA Sports FIFA 22 Global Series Playoffs, giving players the opportunity to qualify for the season ending eFIFA World Cup.
Fancy your chances of success? You can register your interest in competing right here.