The latest instalment of the FIFA franchise will allow you to select from the cream of the international crop in women's football.
Electronic Arts have announced that the latest instalment of their FIFA franchise will include women's teams for the first team ever. FIFA players will be able to use 11 female international sides, including the likes of England, USA, Brazil and Germany and with the Women's World Cup starting next week, there could be plenty to get excited about.
However, while most were rejoicing that FIFA managed to see the appeal of women's football, some were dishing out some draconian sexist 'banter'. Oh the internet!
So, here is the good, the bad and the damn-right ugly responses to women side's inclusion in FIFA 16. Prepare yourselves...
England captain Steph Houghton was delighted
As too was American striker Alex Morgan
Some were pretty excited and who can blame them?
Very cool that FIFA 16 has finally put Women's National Team in the game. No reason not to and should bring a larger population to the game— J23 (@jsherm23) May 28, 2015
Didn't expect women's football to be included in FIFA 16. Great news, nevertheless.— Rohit (@Akpoming) May 28, 2015
Super happy about including women's teams in Fifa 16. It ain't perfect but it's a start.— LdS (@LdotSouthern) May 28, 2015
@EA thank you for adding women to FIFA 16. it will be my first time purchasing and playing your game, and i'm very excited!— Madalyn Baldanzi (@madalynbaldanzi) May 29, 2015
Top Corner (@HITCtopcorner) May 28, 2015
Way to go guys!
Sadly, some people are just massive jerks
This is going to be what FIFA 16 Career Mode will be like... pic.twitter.com/w3HboZZKTS— SundayLeagueHipster (@HipsterManager) May 28, 2015
No women should be over than 55 ratings in FIFA 16.— Alex Guerrero (@AlexGuerr93) May 28, 2015
Awkward moment when FIFA 16 won't have park the bus since women can't park— Transfer Sources (@TransferSources) May 29, 2015
Women's #FIFA16 stats Pace - 15 Shooting - 11 Cooking - 84 Moaning - 99— Luke Hodge (@LukeHodge_) May 28, 2015