FIFA Football 2005 Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: August 15th, 2023

FIFA Football 2005 Stats

FIFA Football 2005 player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting FIFA Football 2005 facts and stats I was able to dig up including player counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

FIFA Football 2005 player count:

3.51 million games sold

Last updated 1/6/09

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Game Description

“FIFA Football 2005,” also known as “FIFA Soccer 2005” in North America, is a soccer (football) video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It is part of the popular “FIFA” series and was released in 2004 for various gaming platforms, including PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, PC, PlayStation Portable (PSP), and more. “FIFA Football 2005” aimed to deliver an authentic soccer experience while introducing new features and improvements to the gameplay.

Key features and elements of “FIFA Football 2005” include:

  1. Total Club Manager Mode: The game introduced the Total Club Manager mode, which allowed players to take on the role of both the manager and the player. In this mode, players could control their team’s tactics, transfers, and overall management while also playing matches as a single player.

  2. Refined Gameplay: “FIFA Football 2005” featured refined gameplay mechanics with improved player animations and responsiveness. This aimed to create a smoother and more fluid soccer experience on the pitch.

  3. Off-the-Ball Control: The game introduced Off-the-Ball Control, giving players the ability to control a second player while the ball was in play. This allowed for more strategic movements and positioning on the field.

  4. Create-A-Player: Players could create their own custom soccer player, adjusting attributes such as appearance, playing style, and skills. This player could be used in various game modes, including Total Club Manager.

  5. Licensed Teams and Leagues: “FIFA Football 2005” included a wide range of licensed teams and leagues from around the world, adding to the authenticity of the game.

  6. Career Mode: The game offered a Career mode where players could create a custom player and guide them through a soccer career, from playing for a small club to joining a top-tier team and competing in international tournaments.

  7. Training Mode: A training mode allowed players to practice and improve their skills in various aspects of soccer gameplay, such as shooting, passing, and set pieces.

  8. Match Commentary: The game featured commentary by well-known commentators, adding to the atmosphere of the matches.

  9. Gameplay Modes: In addition to the Total Club Manager mode and Career mode, players could compete in various other modes, including Friendly Matches, Cup Competitions, and more.

  10. Enhanced Graphics: The game aimed to deliver improved player models, stadium environments, and animations to enhance the visual experience.

  11. Soundtrack: “FIFA Football 2005” featured a soundtrack with a mix of songs from various artists and genres to add to the overall atmosphere of the game.

“FIFA Football 2005” sought to provide players with an immersive and enjoyable soccer gaming experience by introducing new gameplay mechanics, refining existing features, and offering a variety of game modes to explore. With its focus on Total Club Manager and improved gameplay, the game aimed to capture the excitement and strategy of real-world soccer while delivering a satisfying gaming experience for fans of the sport and the “FIFA” series.

Game Details

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