1. Any player who is a naturalized citizen of a country in virtue of that country's laws shall be eligible to play for a national or representative team of that country.
2. If a player has been included in a national or representative team of a country for which he is eligible to play pursuant to paragraph 1, he shall not be permitted to take part in an international match for Another Country. Accordingly, any player who is qualified to play for more than one national association (i.e. who has dual nationality) will be deemed to have committed himself to one association only when he plays his first international match in an official competition (at any level) for that association.
3. The only players exempt from this provision are those whose nationality has been changed not voluntarily but as the result of an international decree either granting independence to a region or ceding part of one country to another.
It means that as far back as you can determine, your parents and all branches of their ancestors are the given nationality.
Where someone is from (born?) does not determine their nationality. If someone is born in the Nerthlands they may hold Dutch Nationality, but they may not.
You have to keep playing very well and eventually you will get noticed and be able to play for your international team.
As this is an international site we would need to know your nationality to determine who is 'foreign' to you.
Fifa additions I know of: FIFA 1996 FIFA 1997 FIFA 1998 FIFA 1999 FIFA 2000 FIFA 2001 FIFA 2002 FIFA 2003 FIFA 2004 FIFA 2005 FIFA 2006 FIFA 2007 FIFA 2008 FIFA 2009 FIFA Street FIFA Street 2 FIFA Street 3 and many more
The child's Nationality would be that of his or her parents, the status of the child's citizenship might be determined by which country held jurisdiction over the waters the ship was in when the child was born.
Nationality is subjective, since some people consider where they were born to be their nationality while others consider where they currently live to be their nationality. Language tends to not influence nationality. For example, if you were born in Russia but moved to America and speak english, you could still very well say you're Russian since it's where you were born. Language doesn't generally determine nationality, but people can identify with any nationality they choose.
In Germany (and most other European countries) country of birth does not determine nationality, but the parents' nationality. Having been born in Germany doesn't give you any advantage in relation to residence.
it started with fifa 1994 and if you get fifa 06 for ps2 you can play fifa 1994 on it