Staged to coincide with last week's launch, the tournament saw the likes of Joe Hart, Ashley Young and Micah Richards compete in games of FIFA 13.
The final was contested between You Me at Six singer Josh Franceschi and Liverpool's Jose Enrique, the latter of which previously ran the length of the pitch with his goalkeeper.
Enrique eventually won the tournament without conceding a single goal.
The Celebrity Cup, which took place in Manchester, was also attended by Manchester United players Chris Smalling and Phil Jones, as well as Olympic athletes Greg Rutherford and Louis Smith.
The Enemy's Andy Hopkins also participated, alongside footballers John Ruddy, Cameron Jerome, Elliott Bennett and Bradley Johnson.
Copyright: PA Images Scott HeppellAvailable in stores now, this year's FIFA introduces new first-touch techniques, attacking AI and dribbling skills.
It also features connectivity between smartphones, tablets and consoles, as well as Kinect functionality and Move support.
Players can use voice commands to make substitutions, change tactics and give the referee a dressing-down.
FIFA 13 is available on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, PSP, 3DS, PS2, Vita, iPhone and iPad. A Wii U version will be released alongside the launch of the console.
The game sold more than one million copies in its opening weekend, topping the all-format weekly charts.
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Watch a trailer for FIFA 13 below: