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FIFA Football 2004
PAL region PlayStation 2 cover art
Left to right: Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry, and Ronaldinho
Developer(s) EA Canada
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Game Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, N-Gage, Mobile phone
Release date(s) PAL October 24, 2003
NA November 4, 2003
Game Boy Advance & Windows
NA November 4, 2003
PAL November 7, 2003
PAL December 24, 2003
NA January 14, 2004
NA August 13, 2004
Genre(s) Sports (soccer)
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer, online multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: E
PEGI: 3+
Media Cartridge, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, Nintendo optical disc

FIFA Football 2004, also known as FIFA Soccer 2004 in North America and commonly known as FIFA 04 or FIFA 2004, is a football video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It was released in October 2003 with the tagline "Create Brilliance".

FIFA Football 2004 is the eleventh game in the FIFA series and the eighth to be in 3D. While not adding much to the engine used in FIFA Football 2003, the biggest inclusion were secondary divisions, which allowed the player to take lower ranked teams into the top leagues and European matches. Gameplay had a new feature dubbed Off the ball, which required the player to control two players at the same time to execute some plays. The online mode was boasted as the main feature. Another key feature was the Football Fusion, which allowed owners of both FIFA 2004 and TCM 2004 to actually play games from the management sim'. The title sequence was filmed in St James' Park, the home of Newcastle United, with the opening song being Kings of Leon's European hit "Red Morning Light".

The cover featured Alessandro Del Piero in Juventus colours, Thierry Henry wearing his Arsenal shirt and Ronaldinho dressed in Brazil's kit.


Game features

  • Groundbreaking Gameplay: FIFA 2004 offers a fine-tuned game engine, and new animations dramatically enhance the smoothness in player movement through organic motion.
  • Off the Ball Control: Take command of players not in possession of the ball. Call in tackles, jostle for space, lose your marker, and send players on runs at the touch of a button.
  • Expanded Database and Controls: Enjoy richer depth to team AI, attributes, tactics, playing styles, and individual player personalities.
  • Be the Ultimate Player Manager: Be your own player manager with FIFA's deep Career Mode. Build your franchise and guide your club to the Championship by making calculated front-office decisions.
  • In-game Management: Prove your tactical genius on the fly, by making adjustments mid-game and calling plays in real time via D-pad.
  • Immersive Environments: More than 300 new crowd chants at an ever-growing list of officially licensed stadiums help put you in the best seat in the house.
  • Play With The Best: More than 500 official licenses, including 18 leagues, 500 teams and 10,000 players are available.
  • No further forfeits: It is no longer possible to lose the match by accumulating too many red cards. After the fourth red card only yellows are shown.
  • EA SPORTS Bio: Memory card based tracking/rating system recognizes and rewards gamers for playing multiple EA SPORTS titles.

International squads featured

The teams with names in italic appear in the game with their licensed kits.


The game covers some of the world major club football leagues including:


Rest of World

1GBA exclusive team.

Game Soundtrack

FIFA Football 2004 features a wide variety of world music on its sound track, using the EA Sports Trax feature. The songs included are as follows:

1Featured in the GBA version soundtrack.


Reviews of the game were mostly positive. Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine awarded the game 5 out of 5 whilst Official UK Playstation Magazine scored the game 8 out of 10. As for the Xbox version it was given a 8.4 out of 10 and a 7.8 out of 10 for the PC version on GameSpot. On GameSpot, it was said that "you'd be crazy not to give it a try" if you're interested in sports. But there were some criticisms for example the commentary being repetitive and too easy to score if you put power on the ball. But overall it was seen as a great game and was played by many in the gamers world for a few years after its release. Since then newer FIFA versions are played.



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FIFA Football 2004
Fifa Football 2004 Europe PS2 Cover

Developer(s) EA
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Release date October 2003
Genre Sports
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Age rating(s)
Platform(s) PC, Game Boy Advance, Xbox, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, GameCube
Media Cartridge, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

FIFA series
FIFA International Soccer | FIFA Soccer 95 | FIFA Soccer 96 | FIFA 97 | FIFA Soccer 64 | FIFA Road to World Cup 98 | FIFA 99 | FIFA 2000: Major League Soccer | FIFA 2001 | FIFA Soccer 2002 | 2002 FIFA World Cup | FIFA Soccer 2003 | FIFA Soccer 2004 | FIFA 2005 | FIFA 06 | FIFA 07 | FIFA 08 | FIFA Soccer 09
Spin Offs
FIFA Street | FIFA Street 2 | FIFA Street 3 | FIFA Soccer Manager | FIFA Manager
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