The Jamaican has been on trial with Australian side Central Coast Mariners and the towering striker scored twice in a friendly to show he is capable of competing professionally.
The 32-year-old retired from athletics in 2017 after a trophy-laden career which saw him win nine Olympic gold medals and set the 100m world record.
Bolt revealed his ambition to become a professional footballer last year and through his sponsor, Puma, was given the opportunity to train with Borussia Dortmund and Norwegian outfit Stromsgodset.
Currently a free agent, Bolt has already rejected a two-year deal from Valletta FC of Malta and appears to be holding out for a deal with the Mariners. If that happens, EA Sports have confirmed Bolt will appear in the FIFA 19 winter update as a squad member.
"If Usain is picked up by the Central Coast Mariners then he will automatically be included in the winter update or the next major update," a source from EA told Fox Sports Asia.
"But if he isn’t listed then he might be included as a free agent. [And] yes, he will also be the fastest player in the game."