Say goodbye to rubbish FIFA 15 soundtrack

According to Runme‘s latest FIFA 15 News, we can know that spotify has just launched its first ever console app – exclusive to the PlayStation 4 – and it’s got us rather excited.

Replacing Sony’s own Music Unlimited service, the app itself is integrated into the PS4 console at system level, which means that you can use it to play music in the background of every single PS4 game.

That means you can play your own music (including custom playlists) while still enjoying in-game dialogue and sound effects.

Playlist sharing is also supported, which means we expect to see an influx of gamer-created custom playlists for different games making the rounds on the interwebs very soon.

Say goodbye to rubbish FIFA 15 soundtrack

Users can also control music playback from a micro-player that pops up in the options menu, as well as from an iOS or Android device, running the Spotify app.

The app itself is compatible with both free and premium Spotify accounts, serving up access to the streaming services 30 million-strong track library.

PlayStation has exclusive access to Spotify’s new apps service for the foreseeable future, though what that means for Xbox One owners exactly remains to be seen.

Andres Iniesta’s inspiration

Runeme – Andres Iniesta controlled the ball with his right foot, took a couple of steps forward and struck a fierce shot into the bottom corner. More informations on

That sweetly taken goal, which came at the end of a desperately tight 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Final against the Netherlands, sealed Spain’s first world title and secured Iniesta a lasting place in footballing folklore. It also inspired a 15-year-old Hungarian by the name of Zsolt Kalmar, watching the game a continent and 13,000 kilometres away.

Five years on from that memorable night in Johannesburg, Kalmar is preparing to bring his own skills to bear on the global stage, as part of a Hungary side aiming to spring a surprise at the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015.

Voicing his admiration for his Spanish role model, the Hungarian youngster said: “His technique is amazing and he comes up with solutions to all sorts of problems in the blink of an eye.”

Andres Iniesta's inspiration

A busy year
As his side’s skipper and playmaker, Kalmar is sure to be in the thick of things when Hungary begin their tilt at glory in New Zealand, where they will take on Brazil, Korea DPR and Nigeria in the first round.

Daunting though it is, he cannot wait for the challenge to begin: “If we do our job properly, we’ll have our chances against all three opponents. It won’t be easy, though. We’re going to give our all and we’ll see where that takes us.”

The South Americans, five-time winners of the event, will start as hot favourites to top the section. There is little to choose between the other three members of the group, however, with Hungarian hopes further fired by the fact that they took third place on the podium on their last appearance in the competition, at Egypt 2009, their best finish in their five visits to the tournament.

The trip to New Zealand promises to be yet another big step forward for the promising Kalmar, who won his first full international cap in May 2014 and then helped his country book their U-20 world finals place at UEFA European Under-19 Championship held in Hungary a couple of months later. Those achievements were then followed by a move to German second division side RB Leipzig.

“It’s a big honour for me to have played for the national team,” said Kalmar, as assured with a microphone in front of him as he is with a ball at his feet. “I’m also very proud to have worn the captain’s armband at the U-19 Euros, even if our results weren’t exactly what we were hoping for. Now my career has taken me to Leipzig, and I think I’ve made the right choice.”

EA Clarifies FIFA 15 Coin Sellers again

Runeme – There was a record straight on why they have made so many changes to FIFA 15 FUT recently from EA Sports again, which is not really well to FIFA 15 Coins Sellers. More infromation about this event on, you will know everything you want.

The fact of the matter, is that EA are doing it for the balance of the game as they say these changes will ultimately help to discourage exploiters from ruining the game.

EA Clarifies FIFA 15 Coin Sellers again

By introducing price ranges to FIFA 15, they say that it will create a fair and secure environment for all players – and we agree that something drastic had to be done to stop it getting out of control.

Despite that, we can still see some mindless FIFA 15 fans from the UK who continue to hurl some disturbing abuse at the developer – simply because they are upset that they can’t cheat the system any more.

Are you still unhappy with EA’s changes to FIFA 15 FUT? Give us your thoughts on how you feel the system is now, a week after EA introduced the Price Range changes.

FIFA 15 Celebrates Six Years of Ultimate Team

There will be a celebration – six year anniversary of the introduction of the Ultimate Team game mode for FIFA 15 held by EA Sports in this week, launching a new major event associated with it and give FIFA 15 players a chance to get some free football players, which would save some FIFA 15 Coins for gamers.

Until March 29 all fans will be able to get one free pack every single day as long as they log into the football sim, each of them an occasion to get access to the biggest stars of the sport.

A special Birthday Cup for FIFA 15 Ultimate Team is also introduced, with each gamer able to get a rare tradable in-form version of players that were included in previous Team of the Weeks.

Gamers can get access to superstars like Cristiano Ronalso, two types of Lionel Messi, one upgraded and one not, Neuer, Philip Lahm and many more.

FIFA 15 Celebrates Six Years of Ultimate Team

To quality gamers need to play at least one match of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team during the week and the official store is also introducing new player packs every day, with EA Sports set to give out more details about them on social media.

Ultimate Team is the most important long-term attraction of the series at the moment

Ultimate Team was largely ignored by the public when it was first introduced because it seemed like just another way to attract attention to the already well developed multiplayer element of the FIFA experience.

Six years later the mode has become one of the main reasons why a lot of fans are picking up the EA Sports football simulator and vast sums are spent in order to secure access to the best players and to create a competitive team.

FIFA 15 Celebrates Six Years of Ultimate Team

Recently the developers have introduced an entirely new Price Range concept, placing upper and lower limits for all players, with the long-term expectation that they will make the playing field more level for all those involved.

Recently FIFA 15 also received a fourth major title update, mostly concerned with stability, and EA Sports is at the moment also working on the version of the title that is supposed to be launched later in 2015.

We can’t get more details about the major title update yet, but we will know everything with it in late September.

FIFA has more influence than religion, says Blatter


It’s really funy that football’s world governing body FIFA has more influence than any religion, which Blatter told UTfifa15coins in an interview yesterday. What’s the matter with Blatter?

“FIFA is more influential than any country in the world and every religion due to the positive emotions it releases,” Blatter told Sonntags-Zeitung.

“We move masses. We want to use this to create more peace, justice and health in the world.”

Blatter, 79, said if he was re-elected FIFA president at the FIFA Congress on May 29 he would continue the federation’s reform process.


“We have to do everything to raise FIFA’s credibility,” he said.

Blatter said he want to continue as FIFA president “because the majority of the federations” wanted him to stay.

“I believe in God and I believe in myself. That’s why I can fulfil my duties independently of age,” he said.

Blatter is seeking to win a fifth term in the May 29 election in Zurich.

Former Portuguese international Luis Figo, Netherlands Football Association chairman Michael van Praag and Jordan Football Association president Prince Ali bin al Hussein are the other candidates. All three have been backed by various European federations.

In my opinion, FIFA couldn’t has more influence than religion, which has terrible power and make people crazy!

CONCACAF region FIFA 15 players claim Season 5


EA SPORTS™ FIFA 15 players from the CONCACAF region told UTfifa15coins that they would have a seat for the Munich Grand Final, before Online Season 5 of the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2015, which shows their all confidence.

The winners
Team_Quetzal from Mexico and USA-_-SICILY from the United States topped the Season 5 leaderboard, earning themselves a place amongst the Grand Finalists for the 2015 edition of the world’s largest gaming tournament. USA-_-SICILY is no stranger to the tournament, having competed at three Grand Finals to date and finishing in fourth place at FIWC 2012 in Dubai. The Italian-American gamer is counting on his familiarity with the tournament to make him a contender in Munich. “I think it takes experience to win the Grand Final,” he told UTfifa15coins. “In my opinion, I think that I will win this year’s Grand Final.”

Tournament history
To date, only one American has ever won the FIWC title (Nenad Stojkovic in 2010), while USA gamers have also finished with silver medals in 2004 and 2008. Mexico has claimed silver once, but never gold at the Grand Final. Will 2015 be the year that we see another CONCACAF player crowned as world champion? We’ll find out from 17-19 May, the official dates for the FIWC 2015 Grand Final in Munich.


The numbers
Gamers from South Africa enjoyed some statistical success in Online Season 5, leading the highest Average Goals Per Player ratio and also the Most Active Country standings. Almost four million goals were scored from some nine million shots on goal in Season 5. Iran claimed the highest goal success ratio of all competing countries and Wales walked away with the highest percentage of fouls for Season 5.

Host country Live event coming soon
The third and final live qualification event for FIWC 2015 takes place later this month in Germany! One lucky German gamer will win the right to represent their nation on home soil at the Grand Final. We’ll be making a big announcement about our Munich event soon! Follow the FIFA Interactive World Cup on Facebook to find out more.

Last chance to qualify! Do you plan to make it to Munich? You still have time to qualify!

Get your 90 games in before the end of the month and you could win one of the last available seats at the FIWC 2015 Grand Final!

FIFA Interactive World Cup: best players will fight with each other


FIFA Interactive World Cup is one of the biggest video game tournament held by EA Soports, where you usually buy FIFA 15 Coins from when playing the game. It’s obvious that Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge has seen its fair share of drama and League titles won finally.

But little can compete with the excitement generated by the UK qualifier for the Fifa Interactive World Cup, a competition to find the best FIFA15 player in the world.

Competitors came to the John Hollins suite in Stamford Bridge’s West Stand from all over the UK as they attempted to seal a place at the competition’s grand final, which will be held in Munich this July.

Thom Gibbs travelled to West London to witness the event, and spoke to some of the country’s top FIFA players, including beaten finalist Dave Bytheway and Jack Daniels.


The winner of the qualifier was presented with a ticket to the final by Chelsea’s Cesar Azpilicueta, who gave some advice on coping with pressure.

“I’ve had the chance to play for one of the biggest club in the world, Chelsea and for Spain, a World Cup winner and two-time European champion,” he said, “and the pressure is there to win every single game. It’s always the same.”

“If you are nervous you cannot play your game and you are not going to be 100 per cent. The most important thing is to try to be as relaxed as possible and to enjoy it. That’s what I do in big games.

“Sometimes I am more nervous than others, but always, I try to be as relaxed as I can.”

Six cities and seven stadiums are choosed for 2016 soccer

UTfifa15coins – FIFA chooses six cities and seven stadiums as soccer venues for the 2016 Olympics in Brazil, which was announced by FIFA on Monday. But if FIFA not want to give necessary alterations, Sao Paulo club Corinthians will pull their ground out.

There will be two venues in the host city of Rio de Janeiro with matches held at the Olympic stadium and the Maracana, site of the 2014 World Cup final, FIFA said.

The other games are to take place at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte, the Mane Garrincha stadium in Brasilia, the Amazonia arena in Manaus, the Fonte Nova arena in Salvador and the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo.

“The Olympic football tournaments will be a fantastic opportunity to revive the great atmosphere seen during the 2014 FIFA World Cup, not only in Rio de Janeiro but also in the other five cities,” said Marco Polo Del Nero, chairman of the organising committee for the Games soccer.

Six cities and seven stadiums

“They did an excellent job in 2014 and now they can use the World Cup stadiums and infrastructure already in place to unite the country for a major event once more,” he added in a news release.

Sixteen men’s sides and 12 women’s teams will play 58 matches between Aug. 3-20.

However, Andres Sanchez, former president of Corinthians and who is responsible for overseeing stadium management, said the club would not foot the bill for alterations.

“It’s a great honor for Corinthians to have the Corinthians arena selected as the city’s stadium for the 2016 Olympic Games,” Sanchez said in a statement posted on their web site.

“However, we are once again replying to a request from the city of Sao Paulo and we need to know who will be responsible for paying.

“If we don’t, the club will review the decision to host the Olympic (football),” Sanchez added.

The Corinthians arena hosted six matches in the 2014 World Cup, including the prestigious opening game and the semi-final between Argentina and the Netherlands.

Six cities and seven stadiums

However, it was one of the last to be ready and one of the most costly. Corinthians are in severe financial difficulties and although Sanchez has travelled the world seeking companies to pay for naming rights, no buyers have appeared.

Olympic gold is the only major title that Brazil have not won and the host nation are determined to end that run.

All the teams will be largely made up of youngsters but three players over 23 are permitted in each squad.

“I will be one of Brazil’s three over-age players ” says Neymar, Barcelona forward.

Happy birthday, guys

Happy birthday

Yesterday is an usual Sunday to most of us, but Yesterday is unusual to those people, who is well-known in football field. Yesterday is their birthday, according to the record of UTfifa15coins, let’s say “happy birthday” to these players.

15. Christian Lopez (62) wore the colours of France at the FIFA World Cup™ in 1978 and 1982, scoring a goal at the former and reaching the semi-finals at the latter. The Algeria-born defender started out at Saint-Etienne, where he won four league titles and three French cups. He also appeared for ASSE in the 1976 European Cup final versus Bayern Munich, and Lopez later turned out for Toulouse and Montpellier.

16. Admir Mehmedi (24) donned Switzerland’s jersey at Brazil 2014, where he made four appearances, including La Nati’s Round-of-16 exit at the hands of Argentina. The versatile attacker previously starred at the 2008 Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup, at which he was named Player of the Tournament, and the 2011 UEFA European U-21 Championship, where the Swiss reached the final. He also took part in the 2012 Men’s Olympic Football Tournament in London. Mehmedi turned professional at FC Zurich, where he claimed two Swiss Super League titles, before signing for Dynamo Kiev, who sent him out on loan to Freiburg. In May 2014, he joined the German outfit on a permanent basis.

Happy birthday

17. Steven Pienaar (33) appeared for South Africa at two World Cups, in 2002, and on home soil in 2010, where he played in all three of his country’s matches. The dynamic attacking midfielder also took part in the 2008 CAF Africa Cup of Nations and the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, helping the Bafana Bafana to reach the semi-finals of the latter contest. After lifting the national cup with Ajax Cape Town, he moved to Dutch giants Ajax, with whom he secured two Eredivisie titles, two Dutch Cups and two Dutch Super Cups. Pienaar, the 2009 South African Player of the Year, later pulled on the jerseys of Borussia Dortmund, Everton and Tottenham Hotspur. He returned to the Toffees in 2012.

18. Jovan Kirovski (39) represented USA in the 1999 and 2003 Confederations Cups, as well as in two CONCACAF Gold Cups, one of which – in 1996 – resulted in the Stars and Stripes finishing third. In addition, the California native competed in the Copa America and the 1996 Olympic Football Tournament. He got his club career off to a flying start, earning winners’ medals in the UEFA Champions League and Intercontinental Cup with Borussia Dortmund, before enjoying spells at Fortuna Cologne, Sporting Lisbon, Crystal Palace, Birmingham City, Los Angeles Galaxy, Colorado Rapids and San Jose Earthquakes. Kirovski landed several major honours with LA, including two MLS Cups and four Western Conference titles.

19. Kolo Toure (34) recently helped Côte d’Ivoire to capture the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time since 1992, after which he retired from international football after 15 years of loyal service. The solid centre-back appeared at three World Cups and seven Cup of Nations tournaments, finishing second in 2006 and 2012. At club level, he started off in his homeland with ASEC Mimosas, where he bagged two Ivoirian Championships and a CAF Super Cup, before committing himself to Arsenal, with whom he clinched an English Premier League crown, two FA Cups and two FA Community Shields. Toure also played for Manchester City, winning another league title, FA Cup and FA Community Shield, and moved to Liverpool in 2013.

Happy birthday

20. Marcos Rojo (25) participated in six matches with Argentina at Brazil 2014, gaining a runners-up medal for his efforts. During the group stage, the pacey left-back, whose international career began at the 2011 Copa America, got forward well to score the winning goal against Nigeria. The South American turned professional at Estudiantes, his home-town team, where he scooped an Argentinian League title and the Copa Libertadores, but lost the FIFA Club World Cup final to Barcelona in 2009. He exported his defensive skills to Europe in 2011, successively plying his trade for Spartak Moscow, Sporting Lisbon and present club Manchester United.

21. Antoine Griezmann (24) was an ever-present during France’s 2014 World Cup campaign in Brazil, having previously garnered international experience at the 2010 UEFA European U-19 Championship, where he and his team-mates emerged victorious, and at the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup, where Les Bleuets finished fourth. A product of Real Sociedad’s youth academy, the exciting forward duly established himself in the starting XI, winning the Segunda Division title and going on to score 40 goals in four seasons in La Liga. After the World Cup, he put pen to paper with Atletico Madrid, and hoisted the Spanish Super Cup soon afterwards. Griezmann is currently Los Colchoneros’ top scorer in the Spanish League (and joint fourth overall), with 14 goals in 27 matches.

VfL Wolfsburg legends showdown: Lord Bendtner playing Fifa 15

VfL Wolfsburg legends

Many FIFA fans want to see Nicklas Bendtner playing FIFA 15, a football video game launched by EA Sports, where you buy FIFA 15 Coins from. With EA Sports’ hard working, FIFA 15 have already become one of the most popular video games in the world and got thousands of fans in many countries.

As Gabrielle said, dreams can come true, but the reality is sometimes not quite what you expected. Here, in a three-way Wolfsburg tournament featuring Bas Dost, Andre Schuerrle and Lord himself, the teams are stuffed with legends so you’d think there’s no excuse for poor play. You are wrong.

Robin Knoche and Max Arnold are the only pair in the whole thing who seem to know what they’re doing and share a plethora of unusual handshakes/fist bumps after each of their goals. Good for them.

VfL Wolfsburg legends

Our favourite moment comes courtesy of goal machine Bas Dost though.

We could watch this gif all day wondering just how big his mouth is. Alternatively, you can read our Football Manager team guide for Wolfsburg.

Die Wolfe have been in sensational form this term and despite being 11 points behind Bayern Munich, have blow the recent natural order in German football to pieces.

Hecking’s side feels well-balanced going forwards, with the third-best defence in the Bundesliga and the second-best attack sure to see them finish at least second barring a late collapse.

Automatic qualification for the Champions League is particularly pressing for Die Wolfe given their financial situation – the club have a transfer deficit of €108 million since the turn of the decade according to Die Welt, and consulted UEFA before going ahead with the transfer of Andre Schurrle due to being under financial fair play investigation.