Pics: Irish J1 students have set up a 'FIFA fort' in their gaff in San Francisco and it's spectacular 6 years ago

Pics: Irish J1 students have set up a 'FIFA fort' in their gaff in San Francisco and it's spectacular

We want in.

Some people just don't get it, but for a large section of the gaming population in Ireland and the world over, FIFA is not just a video game, but a way of life.

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Tommie Corrigan and his mates on a J1 in San Francisco know exactly how important FIFA is and they've given the game the shrine it deserves in their accomodation on the west coast, setting up their own magnificent 'FIFA fort'.

Any fort is impressive in our eyes, but this one is nothing short of spectacular.

Featuring a big screen TV, a music system, enough space for three or four people and with an Irish flag acting as the door, people entering the fort have to abide by one golden rule: If you lose, you're out of the fort, and you have to bring the winner the beer!

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We reckon EA should come up with some sort of prize for the lads for an innovation like this.

Genius.

Hat-tip to Tommie Corrigan for sending this one our way

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