Following the success of the women's football at the Olympic Games, an online petition was established to help the sport gain recognition in mainstream football video games.
Rutter admitted that FIFA fans have called for the inclusion of female players, but said that EA Sports has no plans to add them in any future instalment.
He told CVG: "We get literally thousands upon thousands of suggestions from our fans for new features and we have to evaluate those suggestions, such as the inclusion of female players in the game, against our resources, priorities and overall fan feedback.
"At present, we don't have plans to include female players in the game."
EA Sports is currently working on FIFA 13, which will be released for Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, 3DS, Vita, PS2, iPhone and iPad on September 28.
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