Aside from the Practice Arena, where you can hone your skills in one-on-one situations with the goalkeeper, there are two main offline game modes in FIFA Street: Hit the Streets and World Tour.
Seasoned pros or those after a quick hit of football action can Hit the Streets in five different game types:
- 5-A-Side: Five players per team, two halves of three minutes each and the team with most goals wins.
- Panna Rules: Rack up points for performing special tricks in two versus two player matches and see these added to your score when you hit the back of the net.
- Futsal: Play a 5-a-side match in a stadium environment; take care with your shots and passes as there are no walls for the ball to bounce back off.
- Last Man Standing: Played with three or four players per team and no goalies, you lose a man each time you score. The first team to lose all its players wins.
- Custom Match: From match type to half length and more, you make the rules.
World Tour, on the other hand, lets you make your mark in the (virtual) world of street football. You’ll start off by creating your own player using the vast array of options available or, if you have previously made a Virtual Pro in EA SPORTS FIFA 12, you can import this character to be your captain.
You then select a starting country and region, where you’re presented with a variety of one-off challenge matches along with tournaments to take part in. Earn Ranking Points in tournaments to progress up the leader boards and unlock new events as well as venues and clothing which you can then use in Hit the Streets.