EA's extended its all-encompassing licence deal with the football world's governing body FIFA.
It's been another great year for English sport, what with, er, us winning that cricket thing and that. And now we have another trophy to put in the rather sparse cabinet following England's win at the 2005 FIFA Interactive World Cup.
Electronic Arts is teaming up with FIFA and Xbox once again to bring you the second FIFA Interactive World Cup.
Surely in celebration of Aston Villa coming close to signing a decent, young striker in Milan Baros [You're welcome - Liverpool-supporting Ed], Electronic Arts has finalised a release date for the latest in its much loved/maligned footie series, FIFA '06.