Support your favourite football team with EA’s range of FIFA 19 official club cover art downloads.
UDPATE: September 28, 2019 – EA has now released club packs for FIFA 20.
Cristiano Ronaldo is back again on the cover of this year’s EA Sports FIFA video game. However, if you’d rather that your boxed copy of FIFA 19 was resplendent in the colours of the team you actually support, you can now download FIFA 19 custom club covers from the game’s official website.
The FIFA 19 Club Packs feature a range of custom box art and digital assets for every team in the Premier League, EFL Championship, Bundesliga, La Liga, and Scottish Premiership, to name just a few. You can choose from pack shots, smart phone backgrounds, and social media images, all featuring the crest and colours of the team you support.*
Box art downloads are available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. Unfortunately – and just like last year – Nintendo Switch pack shots are notable by their absence.
The covers are provided as high-quality, ready-to-print PDFs that use CMYK colours at 300 dpi. We recommend heading to a local printer to get the best results. Or even a far away one. It’s your choice.
Here is the list of leagues that currently have club packs available, we’ll add more links as additional packs are released.
FIFA 19 Club Packs
- Denmark – Alka Super League
- Germany – Bundesliga
- Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Mexico – Liga MX, Superliga, Liga Chile, Liga Aguila
- Norway – Eliteserien
- Spain – La Liga, La Liga 1,2,3
- UK and Ireland – Premier League, EFL Championship, EFL Leagues One and Two, Scottish Professional Football League, The League of Ireland
FIFA 19 is out now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.
*It appears that I support West Ham United. Somehow.
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