Electronic Arts is looking for U.K.-based playtesters for a trial run of FIFA 14's Ultimate Team mode, the company announced via the EA Sports FIFA Twitter account.
Testing sessions will take place the first week of July at EA's Guildford studio. Interested applicants can fill out an online survey for a chance to participate.
In Ultimate Team mode, players build their own "dream team" of real-life players using special digital cards that can be purchased in packs or from other players. Players can then enter their customized teams into online tournaments.
FIFA 14 will launch for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC in North America Sept. 24 and in Europe Sept. 27. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will be released at a later date. EA explained the title would not be coming to Nintendo's Wii U because sales of its predecessor, FIFA 13, were "disappointing" on the console.
Check out our preview of FIFA 14 here.