Sam Kerr becomes first female player on global cover of FIFA game

Australian striker Sam Kerr will become the first female player of the FIFFA football game.The famous soccer game FIFA plans to feature her on the global cover.

The Chelsea striker will join Mbappé on the cover of FIFA 23 for the global edition alongside Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian.

“Two phenomenal forces are at the fore. The ultimate partnership,” he announced on Twitter. EA Sports FIFA took to Twitter to share the cover art with the announcement.

Kerr is the first womanish player to appear on the cover of a global edition of the game. Kerr is not the first woman to cover the entire FIFA game.

Female players appeared in regional editions of popular games. Alex Morgan of the USWNT and Christine Sinclair of Canada joined Lionel Messi in their respective countries. Steph Catley is on the cover of Australia’s version of FIFA 16.

Sam Kerr joined Chelsea in 2019

Kerr joined Chelsea in 2019. She also helped them win three consecutive Women’s Super League titles. She played an important part in the platoon.

The 28-year-old scored 20 goals in 20 league games last season and won the Golden Boot. She helped the team win the domestic league and the FA Cup.

Sam Kerr deservedly won the PFA Player of the Year award. She also won the Football Writers’ Association (FWA) Player of the Year award for her performances.

Kerr made her transnational debut for Australia at the age of 15. Sam Kerr is now the current captain of the Matildas.

She scored a total of 5 goals in the 2019 France World Cup. She is the first Australian woman to score a hat-trick in a World Cup.

Kerr has played 108 games for the Australian national team and scored 56 goals.

For French World Cup champion Mbappé; He was featured on the front cover in 2021 and 2022, three years in a row.

This game is the last game produced by the governing body of FIFA brand football. EA Sports’ partnership ends after 30 years

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