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How to download your team’s FIFA 21 Club Pack cover art

Support your favourite football team with EA’s range of official FIFA 21 Club Pack cover art downloads.



EA Sports FIFA 21 Club Packs
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Support your favourite football team with EA’s range of official FIFA 21 Club Pack cover art downloads.

If you picked up a physical edition of FIFA 21, you can now show your team allegiance with EA’s new range of custom club covers. FIFA 21 Club Packs are now available from the game’s official website, along with mobile, tablet, and desktop wallpapers.

The FIFA 21 Club Packs cover every team in the English Premier League, EFL Championship, Scottish Premier League, and League of Ireland. A limited selection of covers are also available for teams in France, Denmark, Mexico, Norway, Spain, and Sweden. There are some notable omissions, however, such as the German Bundesliga and Argentinian Superliga. We’ll update this article as soon as they are published.


You can also show your support for various charitable organisations with box art that highlights the work of Calm, Movember, Soccer Aid, and Special Effect. Nicely played EA.

FIFA 21 Club Packs are ready-to-print PDF downloads using CMYK colours at 300 dpi resolution. For that authentic feel, we recommend getting them printed on high-quality glossy paper stock.

There are club covers for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of FIFA 21. Nintendo Switch owners will have to go without, as usual, and there’s no word on packs for the game’s upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S editions.

FIFA 21 Club Pack West Ham Utd

Here is the list of leagues that currently have club packs available, we’ll add more links as additional covers are released.

FIFA 21 Club Packs



FIFA 21 is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The stripped-down Legacy Edition is also available for Nintendo Switch.


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