FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Guide – Release Date, List & FAQ

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Guide - Rules, Boost, Release Date and FAQ

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades 6 Downgrades are released in February to replicate in the game what is happening in the real fields, improving the stats of the best players of the season.

In this guide you will find the release date and time and a reliable potential list of upgraded players. You will also understand the boost rules and how the FUT market behaves. After you read it, if you still have any questions about the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades, you just need to scroll down and check our section with the answers to the most common questions.

 
 
 
 
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FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Introduction

What is an UP card?
 

Different to what happens on other game modes, and excepting the Ones to Watch cards, the FUT players aren’t automatically updated throughout the season according to their appearances in real life. Some may receive In Form cards, but most players remain with the characteristics they were given at the start of the season. In Ultimate Team, upgrades and downgrades are made through the release of new cards in two specific times: Summer and Winter upgrades. When a player is upgraded, the cards that start coming in packs have got the new ratings and attributes according to their performance on the real life pitch.

To each player who is upgraded during the FIFA 17 Winter upgrades season, it is assigned a new regular card which becomes available in packs until the end of the game, replacing the correspondent day 1 regular card. In other words, as soon as the new card is inserted in FUT packs, the old ones can only be found in the existing clubs and in the transfer market. Your odds of pulling the new card from a pack are exactly the same of pulling the original regular card before the update.

If you own the day 1 card of an upgraded player, your card will keep unchanged. If you want the improved version, you will need to buy the corresponding new card in the market or cross your fingers when opening a pack.

 

FIFA 17 Upgraded Players CardsFIFA 17 Upgraded Players Cards (regular cards)

 

 
 
 
 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Release Date

When FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades will be available?
 

In Ultimate Team, upgrades are made through the release of new updated cards in two specific times: Summer and Winter upgrades. The first one happens within the transition of one FIFA to another looking to reflect the player’s evolution between two seasons. The second one, in February, rewards the players who stood out the most along the first half of the season with the release of new improved cards.

The FIFA 17 Winter upgrades are usually assigned to the players who have played well in a consistent way throughout the first five months of the season, not only in few games, showing that their old regular card was really outdated. As soon as upgraded cards are released, they replace all the respective regular cards that were supposed to be released in packs until the end of the game. That is, the only card you will find in packs is the new one but you may find both cards in the transfer market.

We estimate to see more than 400 new cards this Winter. We believe that they will be released starting on February 17. In the past years, these were the release dates of the first batch:

FIFA 16 – 05/02/2016
FIFA 15 – 15/02/2015
FIFA 14 – 14/02/2014
FIFA 13 – 15/02/2013

 

Here are the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades & Downgrades released dates and times:

🇬🇧 Premier League
18/02/2017 (Sat) 05:00pm 🇦🇺 AEDT (UCT +11)
18/02/2017 (Sat) 03:00am 🇯🇵 JST (UCT +9)
17/02/2017 (Fri) 06:00pm 🇬🇧 GMT (UCT +0)
17/02/2017 (Fri) 04:00pm 🇧🇷 BRST (UCT -2)
17/02/2017 (Fri) 01:00pm 🇺🇸 EST (UCT -5)
17/02/2017 (Fri) 01:00pm 🇨🇦 EST (UCT -5)
17/02/2017 (Fri) 10:00am 🇺🇸 PST (UCT -8)

🇮🇹 Serie A
20/02/2017 (Mon) 05:00pm 🇦🇺 AEDT (UCT +11)
20/02/2017 (Mon) 03:00am 🇯🇵 JST (UCT +9)
19/02/2017 (Sun) 06:00pm 🇬🇧 GMT (UCT +0)
19/02/2017 (Sun) 04:00pm 🇧🇷 BRST (UCT -2)
19/02/2017 (Sun) 01:00pm 🇺🇸 EST (UCT -5)
19/02/2017 (Sun) 01:00pm 🇨🇦 EST (UCT -5)
19/02/2017 (Sun) 10:00am 🇺🇸 PST (UCT -8)

🇫🇷 Ligue 1
22/02/2017 (Wed) 05:00pm 🇦🇺 AEDT (UCT +11)
22/02/2017 (Wed) 03:00am 🇯🇵 JST (UCT +9)
21/02/2017 (Tue) 06:00pm 🇬🇧 GMT (UCT +0)
21/02/2017 (Tue) 04:00pm 🇧🇷 BRST (UCT -2)
21/02/2017 (Tue) 01:00pm 🇺🇸 EST (UCT -5)
21/02/2017 (Tue) 01:00pm 🇨🇦 EST (UCT -5)
21/02/2017 (Tue) 10:00am 🇺🇸 PST (UCT -8)

🇪🇸 LaLiga
24/02/2017 (Fri) 05:00pm 🇦🇺 AEDT (UCT +11)
24/02/2017 (Fri) 03:00am 🇯🇵 JST (UCT +9)
23/02/2017 (Thu) 06:00pm 🇬🇧 GMT (UCT +0)
23/02/2017 (Thu) 04:00pm 🇧🇷 BRST (UCT -2)
23/02/2017 (Thu) 01:00pm 🇺🇸 EST (UCT -5)
23/02/2017 (Thu) 01:00pm 🇨🇦 EST (UCT -5)
23/02/2017 (Thu) 10:00am 🇺🇸 PST (UCT -8)

🇩🇪 Bundesliga
26/02/2017 (Sun) 05:00pm 🇦🇺 AEDT (UCT +11)
26/02/2017 (Sun) 03:00am 🇯🇵 JST (UCT +9)
25/02/2017 (Sat) 06:00pm 🇬🇧 GMT (UCT +0)
25/02/2017 (Sat) 04:00pm 🇧🇷 BRST (UCT -2)
25/02/2017 (Sat) 01:00pm 🇺🇸 EST (UCT -5)
25/02/2017 (Sat) 01:00pm 🇨🇦 EST (UCT -5)
25/02/2017 (Sat) 10:00am 🇺🇸 PST (UCT -8)

🌎 ROTW
28/02/2017 (Tue) 05:00pm 🇦🇺 AEDT (UCT +11)
28/02/2017 (Tue) 03:00am 🇯🇵 JST (UCT +9)
27/02/2017 (Mon) 06:00pm 🇬🇧 GMT (UCT +0)
27/02/2017 (Mon) 04:00pm 🇧🇷 BRST (UCT -2)
27/02/2017 (Mon) 01:00pm 🇺🇸 EST (UCT -5)
27/02/2017 (Mon) 01:00pm 🇨🇦 EST (UCT -5)
27/02/2017 (Mon) 10:00am 🇺🇸 PST (UCT -8)
 

 
 
 
 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Community Choices

The FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades list according to our Community
 

We asked our community to vote for the players they believe most deserve an upgrade this Winter. They voted 20,000 times. It gives you a good idea of who will be chosen to the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades.

We strongly recommend to check the complete list here.
We will publish in this page the ten players with more votes for each league.

 
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🇬🇧 Premier League

N’Golo Kanté (Chelsea)
Sadio Mané (Liverpool)
Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur)
Adam Lallana (Liverpool)
Alexis Sánchez (Arsenal)
Diego Costa (Chelsea)
Christian Eriksen (Spurs)
Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool)
Héctor Bellerín (Arsenal)
Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
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🇪🇸 LaLiga Santander

Yannick Carrasco (Atlético Madrid)
Antoine Griezmann (Atlético Madrid)
Isco (Real Madrid)
Aduriz (Athletic Bilbao)
Sergi Roberto (FC Barcelona)
Kévin Gameiro (Atlético Madrid)
Iago Aspas (Celta de Vigo)
Rafinha (FC Barcelona)
Toni Kroos (Real Madrid)
Mateo Kovačić (Real Madrid)[/vc_column][/vc_row]
 
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🇩🇪 Bundesliga

Ousmane Dembélé (Borussia Dortmund)
Emre Mor (Borussia Dortmund)
Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern München)
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund)
Timo Werner (RB Leipzig)
Christian Pulisic (Borussia Dortmund)
Emil Forsberg (RB Leipzig)
Anthony Modeste (1. FC Köln)
Thiago Alcântara (FC Bayern München)
Julian Weigl (Borussia Dortmund)
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🇮🇹 Serie A

Mauro Icardi (Inter)
Dries Mertens (Napoli)
Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan)
Mohamed Salah (AS Roma)
Ciro Immobile (Lazio)
Paulo Dybala (Juventus)
Marcelo Brozović (Inter)
Andrea Belotti (Torino)
Edin Džeko (AS Roma)
Miralem Pjanić (Juventus)[/vc_column][/vc_row]
 
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🇫🇷 Ligue 1

Mario Balotelli (OGC Nice)
Alexandre Lacazette (Olympique Lyonnais)
Edinson Cavani (Paris Saint-Germain)
Radamel Falcão (AS Monaco)
Thomas Lemar (AS Monaco)
Bernardo Silva (AS Monaco)
Alassane Pléa (OGC Nice)
Adrien Rabiot (Paris Saint-Germain)
Thomas Meunier (Paris Saint-Germain)
Fabinho (AS Monaco)
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🇵🇹 Liga NOS

André Silva (FC Porto)
Alejandro Grimaldo (SL Benfica)
Pizzi (SL Benfica)
Nélson Semedo (SL Benfica)
Gelson Martins (Sporting CP)
Diogo Jota (FC Porto)
Ederson (SL Benfica)
Gonçalo Guedes (SL Benfica)
Bas Dost (Sporting CP)
Danilo Pereira (FC Porto)[/vc_column][/vc_row]
 
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🏴 Other Leagues

Sebastian Giovinco (Toronto FC)
Kasper Dolberg (Ajax)
Quincy Promes (Spartak Moscow)
Bruma (Galatasaray SK)
Hakim Ziyech (Ajax)
Enes Ünal (FC Twente)
Davinson Sánchez (Ajax)
Giovani dos Santos (LA Galaxy)
Nicolai Jørgensen (Feyenoord)
Moussa Dembele (Celtic)
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To access the complete results of the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades community choices click here

 

 
 
 
 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Potential List

The FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades list according to the Head to Head Seasons Upgrades
 

There is a pretty strong correlation each year between the upgrades for the Head to Head Seasons and the upgrades for the Ultimate Team mode. Almost every single player upgraded for the Seasons mode is also upgraded for Ultimate Team. Here is the list of the H2H Seasons upgrades for the six biggest leagues.

 

🇬🇧 Premier League
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Adam Lallana (Liverpool) +1
Alex Iwobi (Arsenal) +4
Alexis Sánchez (Arsenal) +1
Ander Herrera (Manchester United) +1
Antonio Valencia (Manchester United) +2
Bellerín (Arsenal) +1
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur) +1
Davies (Everton) +6
Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) +2
Diego Costa (Chelsea) +1
Eden Hazard (Chelsea) +1
Eric Bailly (Manchester United) +1
Fernandinho (Manchester City) +1
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) +1
Heung Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) +1
Idrissa Gueye (Everton) +2
Joe Allen (Stoke City) +1
Joël Matip (Liverpool) +1

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Jordan Henderson (Liverpool) +2
Jordan Pickford (Sunderland) +3
Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur) +1
Mane (Liverpool) +3
Marcos Alonso (Chelsea) +2
Marcos Rojo (Manchester United) +5
Michail Antonio (West Ham United) +1
N’Golo Kanté (Chelsea) +2
Nathan Aké (Chelsea) +2
Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool) +1
Robert Snodgrass (Hull City) +2
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) +1
Steve Cook (Bournemouth) +2
Tom Heaton (Burnley) +2
Tosin Adarabioyo (Manchester City) +4
Victor Moses (Chelsea) +1
Victor Wanyama (Tottenham Hotspur) +1
Virgil van Dijk (Southampton) +3
Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) +1

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🇪🇸 LaLiga Santander
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Antonio Adán Garrido (Real Betis Balompié) +1
Casemiro (Real Madrid) +1
Daniel Carvajal Ramos (Real Madrid) +1
Daniel Garcia (SD Eibar) +3
Gerard Piqué (Barcelona) +1
Iago Aspas Juncal (Celta de Vigo) +2
Lucas Vázquez (Real Madrid) +1
M. Kovačić (Real Madrid) +2
Marco Asensio (Real Madrid) +1
Nicola Sansone (Villarreal CF) +1

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Pablo Sarabia (Sevilla) +1
Roque Mesa (Las Palmas) +2
Samuel Castillejo (Villarreal CF) +1
Sergio Asenjo (Villarreal CF) +3
Sergio Roberto (Barcelona) +1
Steven N’Zonzi (Sevilla) +1
Theo Hernández (Deportivo Alavés) +8
Willian José (Real Sociedad) +1
Wissam Ben Yedder (Sevilla) +1
Yannick Carrasco (Atlético Madrid) +2

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🇩🇪 Bundesliga
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Alessandro Schöpf (Schalke 04) +2
Andrej Kramarić (Hoffenheim) +1
Anthony Modeste (FC Köln) +1
Benjamin Henrichs (Bayer Leverkusen) +9
Bernardo Fernandes (RB Leipzig) +8
Christian Pulisic (Borussia Dortmund) +5
Diego Demme (RB Leipzig) +3
Emil Forsberg (RB Leipzig) +2
Emre Mor (Borussia Dortmund) +6
Genki Haraguchi (Hertha BSC) +1
Jarstein (Hertha BSC) +2
Jesús Vallejo (Eintracht Frankfurt) +3
Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern Munich) +2
Julian Brandt (Bayer Leverkusen) +1
Kerem Demirbay (Hoffenheim) +3
Kevin Kampl (Bayer 04) +1
Kevin Vogt (Hoffenheim) +1

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Konstantinos Stafylidis (FC Augsburg) +2
Marcel Sabitzer (RB Leipzig) +2
Marco Fabián (Eintracht Frankfurt) +2
Mitchell Weiser (Hertha BSC) +1
Nabil Bentaleb (Schalke 04) +3
Naby Keïta (RB Leipzig) +3
Niklas Stark (Hertha BSC) +2
Ousmane Dembélé (Borussia Dortmund) +3
Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) +1
Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund) +1
Sandro Wagner (Hoffenheim) +1
Sead Kolašinac (Schalke 04) +2
Serge Gnabry (Werder Bremen) +4
Thiago Alcântara (FC Bayern Munich) +1
Timo Werner (RB Leipzig) +2
Vedad Ibišević (Hertha BSC) +1
Vincenzo Grifo (SC Freiburg) +1
Willi Orban (RB Leipzig) +2

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🇮🇹 Serie A
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Adem Ljajić (Torino) +1
Alejandro Gómez (Atalanta) +1
Alessio Romagnoli (Milan) +1
Amadou Diawara (Napoli) +2
Andrea Belotti (Torino) +2
Ciro Immobile (Lazio) +1
Daniele Rugani (Juventus) +1
Dries Mertens (Napoli) +2
Edin Džeko (Roma) +1
Federico Bernardeschi (Fiorentina) +1
Federico Fazio (Roma) +1
Felipe Anderson (Lazio) +2
Franck Yannick Kessié (Atalanta) +5

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Giacomo Bonaventura (Milan) +1
Gianluigi Donnarumma (Milan) +2
Giovanni Simeone (Genoa) +5
Ilija Nestorovski (Palermo) +6
Ivan Perišić (Inter) +1
Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli) +1
Keita Baldé Diao (Lazio) +2
Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli) +1
Lorenzo Pellegrini (Sassuolo) +6
Marcelo Brozović (Inter) +1
Mauro Icardi (Inter) +2
Mohamed Salah (Roma) +1
Sergej Milinković-Savić (Lazio) +2

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🇫🇷 Ligue 1
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Adrien Rabiot (PSG) +2
Alassane Pléa (OGC Nice) +1
Allan Saint-Maximin (SC Bastia) +5
Bernardo Silva (AS Monaco) +1
Christopher Jullien (Toulouse FC) +3
Corentin Tolisso (Olympique Lyonnais) +2
Dalbert (OGC Nice) +3
Edinson Cavani (PSG) +1
Emanuel Mammana (Olympique Lyonnais) +4
Fabinho (AS Monaco) +1
Jean Seri (OGC Nice) +1

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Loïs Diony (Dijon) +2
Lucas Tousart (Olympique Lyonnais) +6
Mario Balotelli (OGC Nice) +2
Morgan Sanson (Montpellier HSC) +2
Radamel Falcao (AS Monaco) +1
Ricardo Pereira (OGC Nice) +1
Ryad Boudebouz (Montpellier) +1
Thomas Lemar (AS Monaco) +2
Tiémoué Bakayoko (AS Monaco) +4
Wylan Cyprien (OGC Nice) +7
Younès Belhanda (OGC Nice) +1
Youssouf Sabaly (Girondins de Bordeaux) +1

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🇵🇹 Liga NOS
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Alejandro Grimaldo (Benfica) +1
André Silva (Porto) +4
Gonçalo Guedes (Benfica) +3

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Nélson Semedo (Benfica) +1
Palhinha (Sporting CP) +2
Victor Nilsson Lindelöf (Benfica) +1

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To access the complete list of H2H Seasons Upgrades click here

 

 
 
 
 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades & Downgrades List

List of the new February cards
 

Name
Pos
Old Rtg
New Rtg
UP
Club
League
New IF
🇩🇪 Jérôme BoatengCB9089-1BayernGER 
🇦🇷 Gonzalo HiguaínST88891JuventusITA90 | 91 | 92 | 93
🇧🇪 Eden HazardLW88891ChelseaENG90 | 91 | 92 | 93
🇨🇱 Alexis SánchezST87881ArsenalENG89 | 90 | 91
🇪🇸 PiquéCB86871FC BarcelonaSPA95
🇬🇦 Pierre-Emerick AubameyangST86871DortmundGER87 | 88
🇦🇷 Paulo DybalaST85861JuventusITA87 | 88
🇧🇷 CoutinhoLW85861LiverpoolENG87
🇪🇸 Diego CostaST85861ChelseaENG87 | 88 | 89
🇺🇾 Edinson CavaniST85861Paris-SGFRA87 | 88 | 89 | 90
🇧🇪 Radja NainggolanCM84851RomaITA 
🇩🇰 Christian EriksenCAM84851SpursENG 
🇪🇸 Javi MartinezCB84851BayernGER 
🇪🇸 ThiagoCM84851BayernGER 
🇬🇧 Harry KaneST84851SpursENG 
🇬🇷 SokratisCB84851DortmundGER 
🇧🇪 Dries MertensLW83852NapoliITA86 | 87 | 88 | 89
🇦🇷 Javier MascheranoCB8584-1FC BarcelonaSPA 
🇦🇷 Javier PastoreCM8584-1Paris-SGFRA 
🇦🇷 Nicolás OtamendiCB8584-1Manchester CityENG 
🇫🇷 Steve MandandaGK8584-1Cystal PalaceENG 
🇪🇸 BrunoCM83841Villarreal CFSPA 
🇪🇸 CarvajalRB83841Real MadridSPA 
🇭🇷 Danijel SubašićRB83841AS MonacoFRA 
🇭🇷 Ivan PerišićLM83841InterITA86
🇮🇹 Lorenzo InsigneLW83841NapoliITA86 | 86
🇵🇱 Kamil GlikCB83841AS MonacoFRA86
🇦🇷 Mauro IcardiST82842InterITA86 | 87 | 88
🇧🇪 Yannick CarrascoLM82842Atlético MadridSPA86 | 87
🇪🇸 Sergio AsenjoGK81843Villarreal CFSPA86
🇨🇱 Claudio BravoGK8583-2Manchester CityENG 
🇧🇷 JonasST8483-1SL BenficaROTW 
🇵🇹 Rui PatrícioGK8483-1Sporting CPROTW 
🇵🇹 William CarvalhoCDM8483-1Sporting CPROTW 
🇧🇷 NaldoCB8483-1SchalkeGER 
🇨🇭 Yann SommerGK8483-1MönchengladbachGER 
🇨🇴 Carlos BaccaST8483-1MilanITA 
🇪🇸 José ReinaGK8483-1NapoliITA 
🇫🇷 Hatem Ben ArfaCAM8483-1Paris-SGFRA 
🇵🇹 André GomesCM8483-1FC BarcelonaSPA 
🇵🇹 Adrien SilvaCM82831Sporting CPROTW 
🇵🇹 Danilo PereiraCDM82831FC PortoROTW 
🇦🇷 Gerónimo RulliGK82831Real SociedadSPA 
🇧🇷 CasemiroCDM82831Real MadridSPA85
🇧🇷 Roberto FirminoST82831LiverpoolENG85
🇨🇲 Joel MatipCB82831LiverpoolENG 
🇨🇴 Juan CuadradoRM82831JuventusITA85
🇪🇸 Ander HerreraCM82831Manchester UtdENG 
🇪🇸 VitoloRM82831Sevilla FCSPA 
🇫🇷 Steven N’ZonziCDM82831Sevilla FCSPA85
🇬🇧 Adam LallanaCM82831LiverpoolENG85
🇮🇹 Giacomo BonaventuraCM82831MilanITA85
🇸🇳 Kalidou KoulibalyCB82831NapoliITA85
🇪🇸 Iago AspasST81832Celta VigoSPA84
🇫🇷 N’Golo KantéCM81832ChelseaENG85
🇪🇸 Xabi AlonsoCDM8482-2BayernGER 
🇬🇧 John TerryCB8482-2ChelseaENG 
🇵🇱 Grzegorz KrychowiakCDM8482-2Paris-SGFRA 
🇧🇷 Luiz GustavoCDM8382-1WolfsburgGER 
🇨🇱 Gary MedelCDM8382-1InterITA 
🇩🇪 Bastian SchweinsteigerCM8382-1Manchester UtdENG 
🇯🇵 Shinji KagawaCAM8382-1DortmundGER 
🇵🇹 PizziCM81821SL BenficaROTW 
🇧🇷 TaisonCAM81821Shakhtar DonetskROTW 
🇨🇴 FalcaoST81821AS MonacoFRA 
🇩🇰 Kasper SchmeichelGK81821Leicester CityENG 
🇪🇬 Mohamed SalahRW81821RomaITA 
🇪🇸 José CallejónRW81821NapoliITA 
🇪🇸 Lucas VázquezRM81821Real MadridSPA 
🇪🇸 Marco AsenioCAM81821Real MadridSPA 
🇪🇸 Víctor RuízCB81821Villarreal CFSPA 
🇬🇧 Kyle WalkerRB81821SpursENG 
🇵🇹 Bernardo SilvaRM81821AS MonacoFRA 
🇧🇷 GiulianoCAM80822ZenitROTW84 | 86
🇧🇷 MarlosRM80822Shakhtar DonetskROTW 
🇪🇨 Antonio ValenciaRB80822Manchester UtdENG84
🇪🇸 Jonathan VieraLM80822UD Las PalmasSPA 
🇪🇸 Manu TriguerosCM80822Villarreal CFSPA 
🇫🇷 Anthony ModesteST80822KölnGER84
🇬🇧 Dele AlliCAM80822SpursENG84 | 86
🇬🇧 Jordan HendersonCDM80822LiverpoolENG 
🇸🇮 Kevin KamplCM80822LeverkusenGER 
🇩🇪 Jonathan TahCB79823LeverkusenGER 
🇪🇸 Roque MesaCDM79823UD Las PalmasSPA 
🇳🇱 Virgil van DijkCB79823SouthamptonENG 
🇸🇳 Sadio ManéRW79823LiverpoolENG84 | 86 | 87
🇸🇳 Idrissa GueyeCM76826EvertonENG 
🇪🇸 Diego LópezGK73829RCD EspanyolSPA 
🇧🇷 Júlio CésarGK8381-2SL BenficaROTW 
🇲🇦 Hakim ZiyechCAM80811AjaxROTW84
🇷🇸 Ljubomir FejsaCDM80811SL BenficaROTW 
🇦🇷 Alejandro GómezLW80811AtalantaITA84 | 86
🇧🇦 Edin DžekoST80811RomaITA84 | 85
🇧🇷 DanteCB80811OGC NiceFRA84
🇩🇪 Jonas HectorLB80811KölnGER84
🇪🇸 Mario GasparRB80811Villarreal CFSPA 
🇪🇸 NegredoST80811MiddlesbroughENG 
🇪🇸 Samu CastillejoLM80811Villarreal CFSPA84
🇫🇷 Wissam Ben YedderST80811Sevilla FCSPA84
🇬🇧 Danny RoseLB80811SpursENG 
🇬🇧 Jermain DefoeST80811SunderlandENG84
🇮🇹 Ciro ImmobileST80811LazioITA84 | 86
🇧🇷 Felipe AndersonRW79812LazioITA 
🇭🇷 Mateo KovačićCM79812Real MadridSPA84
🇮🇹 Mario BalotelliST79812OGC NiceFRA84 | 86
🇵🇱 Wojciech SzczęsnyRB79812RomaITA84
🇧🇷 EdersonGK78813SL BenficaROTW84
🇫🇮 Lukáš HrádeckýGK78813FrankfurtGER 
🇫🇷 Florian ThauvinRM77814OMFRA84
🇫🇷 Jérémy ToulalanCDM8380-3Girondins de BxFRA 
🇧🇪 Thorgan HazardCF79801MönchengladbachGER 
🇧🇷 FabinhoCDM79801AS MonacoFRA 
🇨🇮 Jean Michaël SeriCM79801OGC NiceFRA 
🇨🇮 Wilfried ZahaRM79801Crystal PalaceENG83
🇩🇪 Julian WeiglCDM79801DortmundGER 
🇪🇸 Héctor BellerínRB79801ArsenalENG83
🇪🇸 Sergi RobertoRB79801FC BarcelonaSPA 
🇫🇷 Djibril SidibéRB79801AS MonacoFRA 
🇬🇭 Kevin-Prince BoatengCAM79801UD Las PalmasSPA 
🇭🇷 Marcelo BrozovićCM79801InterITA 
🇮🇹 Daniele RuganiCB79801JuventusITA 
🇮🇹 Roberto SorianoLM79801Villarreal CFSPA 
🇲🇦 Nordin AmrabatRM79801WatfordENG 
🇲🇦 Younès BelhandaCAM79801OGC NiceFRA 
🇹🇷 Yunus MallıCAM79801WolfsburgGER83
🇹🇷 Yunus MallıCAM79801WolfsburgGER 
🇳🇱 Bas DostST78802Sporting CPROTW83
🇧🇷 FelipeCB78802FC PortoROTW 
🇦🇷 Fernando BelluschiCAM78802San LorenzoROTW 
🇵🇹 Gelson MartinsRM78802Sporting CPROTW 
🇧🇦 Vedad IbiševićST78802BerlinGER 
🇩🇪 Joshua KimmichCM78802BayernGER 
🇪🇸 Nacho FernándezCB78802Real MadridSPA 
🇫🇷 Adrien RabiotCM78802Paris-SGFRA 
🇫🇷 Corentin TolissoCM78802OLFRA 
🇫🇷 Morgan SansonCDM78802OMFRA 
🇫🇷 Morgan SansonCDM78802OMFRA 
🇫🇷 Thomas LemarLM78802AS MonacoFRA83 | 85
🇮🇹 Federico BernardeschiRM78802FiorentinaITA83
🇸🇳 Keita Baldé DiaoLW78802LazioITA83
🇵🇹 BrumaLM77803GalatasarayROTW 
🇦🇷 Federico FazioCB77803RomaITA 
🇪🇸 SusoRW77803MilanITA83
🇫🇷 Ousmane DembéléRM77803DortmundGER83 | 85
🇮🇹 Andrea BelottiST77803TorinoITA 
🇳🇴 Rune Almenning JarsteinGK77803BerlinGER83
🇳🇱 Klaas-Jan HuntelaarST8179-2SchalkeGER 
🇧🇷 DaniloRB8079-1Real MadridSPA 
🇧🇪 Divock OrigiST78791LiverpoolENG 
🇪🇸 Pablo SarabiaRM78791Sevilla FCSPA 
🇮🇹 Nicola SansoneLW78791Villarreal CFSPA83
🇰🇪 Victor WanyamaCDM78791SpursENG 
🇰🇷 Heung Min SonLM78791SpursENG83 | 84 | 86
🇵🇹 Pedro SantosRM77792SC BragaROTW 
🇦🇷 Nicolás ParejaCB77792Sevilla FCSPA 
🇩🇪 Antonio RüdigerCB77792RomaITA 
🇩🇪 Matthias GinterCB77792DortmundGER 
🇪🇸 Dani GarcíaCDM77792SD EibarSPA 
🇪🇸 EscuderoLB77792Sevilla FCSPA 
🇪🇸 Marcos AlonsoLWB77792ChelseaENG 
🇫🇷 Alassane PléaST77792OGC NiceFRA83
🇫🇷 William VainqueurCDM77792OMFRA 
🇹🇷 Emre ÇolakCAM77792RC DeportivoSPA 
🇸🇪 Emil ForsbergCAM76793RB LeipzigGER83 | 85
🇪🇸 Kepa ArrizabalagaGK73796Athletic BilbaoSPA 
🇬🇧 Robert HuthCB8078-2Leicester CityENG 
🇹🇳 Aymen AbdennourCB8078-2Valencia CFSPA 
🇳🇬 Victor MosesRWB77781ChelseaENG 
🇦🇷 Diego BuonanotteCAM76782Uni. CatólicaROTW81
🇧🇷 Eric BotteghinCB76782FeyenoordROTW 
🇸🇰 Jan ĎuricaCB76782TrabzonsporROTW 
🇵🇹 Nélson SemedoRB76782SL BenficaROTW81
🇩🇰 Nicolai JørgensenST76782FeyenoordROTW81
🇦🇷 Rogelio Funes MoriST76782MonterreyROTW 
🇧🇷 Tiago VolpiGK76782QuerétaroROTW 
🇩🇪 Kevin VogtCB76782HoffenheimGER82
🇩🇪 Sandro WagnerST76782HoffenheimGER 
🇫🇷 Florian LejeuneCB76782SD EibarSPA 
🇬🇧 Michail AntonioRM76782West HamENG 
🇬🇧 Tom HeatonCB76782BurnleyENG 
🇬🇧 Troy DeeneyST76782WatfordENG 
🇮🇹 Gianluigi DonnarummaRWB76782MilanITA 
🇵🇱 Piotr ZielińskiCM76782NapoliITA 
🇵🇹 Raphaël GuerreiroLB76782DortmundGER 
🇷🇸 Sergej Milinković-SavićCM76782LazioITA 
🇲🇦 Karim El AhmadiCM75783FeyenoordROTW 
🇵🇱 Łukasz TeodorczykST75783RSC AnderlechtROTW81
🇦🇷 Marcos AcuñaLM75783Racing ClubROTW81
🇧🇪 Theo BongondaLW75783Celta VigoSPA 
🇩🇿 Nabil BentalebCM75783SchalkeGER82
🇬🇳 Naby KeïtaCM75783RB LeipzigGER82
🇲🇽 Marco FabiánCAM75783FrankfurtGER 
🇵🇹 André SilvaST74784FC PortoROTW 
🇨🇴 Miguel BorjaST74784Atl. NacionalROTW 
🇫🇷 Tiémoué BakayokoCDM74784AS MonacoFRA 
🇫🇷 Wylan CyprienCM71787OGC NiceFRA 
🇵🇹 Fábio CoentrãoLB8077-3Real MadridSPA 
🇪🇸 AgirretxeST7977-2Real SociedadSPA 
🇪🇸 MontoyaRB7977-2Valencia CFSPA 
🇭🇷 Alen HalilovićCAM7977-2UD Las PalmasSPA 
🇯🇲 Wes MorganCB7977-2Leicester CityENG 
🇧🇷 GabrielCAM76771CD LeganésSPA 
🇪🇸 Victor SánchezRB76771RCD EspanyolSPA 
🇬🇧 Marcus RashfordST76771Manchester UtdENG82
🇬🇧 Robert SnodgrassRM76771West HamENG 
🇩🇰 Lasse SchøneCM75772AjaxROTW 
🇳🇱 Rick KarsdorpRB75772FeyenoordROTW 
🇮🇷 Sardar AzmounST75772FC RostovROTW 
🇵🇹 Wilson EduardoLW75772SC BragaROTW 
🇦🇱 Etrit BerishaLB75772AtalantaITA 
🇦🇹 Alessandro SchöpfRM75772SchalkeGER 
🇧🇦 Sead KolašinacLB75772SchalkeGER 
🇧🇷 WallaceCB75772LazioITA 
🇨🇿 Pavel KadeřábekRB75772HoffenheimGER 
🇩🇪 Timo WernerST75772RB LeipzigGER82
🇪🇸 Fran RicoCDM75772SD EibarSPA 
🇪🇸 Gerard MorenoST75772RCD EspanyolSPA 
🇫🇷 Yoan CardinaleRWB75772OGC NiceFRA 
🇮🇹 Luca RossettiniCB75772TorinoITA 
🇯🇵 Takashi InuiLM75772SD EibarSPA 
🇦🇷 Nicolás BlandiST74773San LorenzoROTW 
🇸🇪 Sam LarssonLW74773SC HeerenveenROTW 
🇧🇪 Vadis Odjidja-OfoeCM74773Legia WarszawaROTW 
🇧🇷 DalbertLB74773OGC NiceFRA 
🇩🇪 Willi OrbanCB74773RB LeipzigGER 
🇪🇬 Mohamed ElnenyCDM74773ArsenalENG 
🇪🇸 David GarcíaCB74773UD Las PalmasSPA 
🇪🇸 SandroST74773Málaga CFSPA 
🇫🇷 Alban LafontCB74773Toulouse FCFRA 
🇵🇹 Gonçalo GuedesCF74773Paris-SGFRA 
🇪🇸 CampañaCM73774Levante UDROTW 
🇩🇪 Serge GnabryLM73774BremenGER 
🇪🇸 VallejoCB73774FrankfurtGER 
🇪🇸 YerayCB72775Athletic BilbaoSPA 
🇮🇹 Lorenzo PellegriniCM71776SassuoloITA 
🇧🇷 SiqueiraLB7876-2Valencia CFSPA 
🇮🇹 Alberto AquilaniCM7876-2SassuoloITA 
🇮🇹 Antonio CassanoCF7876-2SampdoriaITA 
🇷🇸 Lazar MarkovićRM7876-2Hull CityENG 
🇧🇷 Michel MacedoRB75761UD Las PalmasSPA 
🇵🇾 Celso OrtízCDM74762MonterreyROTW 
🇫🇷 Guillaume HoarauST74762BSC Young BoysROTW 
🇹🇷 Harun TekinGK74762BursasporROTW 
🇦🇷 Jonathan GómezCAM74762Ind. Santa FeROTW 
🇫🇷 Lionel CaroleLB74762GalatasarayROTW 
🇵🇹 PalhinhaCDM74762Sporting CPROTW 
🇵🇹 Ricardo HortaLM74762SC BragaROTW 
🇳🇱 Ridgeciano HapsLB74762AZROTW 
🇳🇱 Stijn SchaarsCDM74762SC HeerenveenROTW 
🇦🇹 Marcel SabitzerCAM74762RB LeipzigGER 
🇧🇷 MalcomRM74762Girondins de BxFRA 
🇩🇪 Maximilian PhilippCF74762SC FreiburgGER 
🇩🇪 Niklas StarkCB74762BerlinGER 
🇩🇰 Thomas DelaneyCM74762BremenGER 
🇪🇸 Omar MascarellCDM74762FrankfurtGER 
🇪🇸 Raúl NavasCB74762Real SociedadSPA 
🇫🇷 Lucas DeauxCDM74762EA GuingampFRA 
🇬🇳 Amadou DiawaraCDM74762NapoliITA 
🇮🇪 Darren RandolphCDM74762West HamENG 
🇮🇹 Gianluca LapadulaST74762MilanITA 
🇮🇹 Matteo PolitanoRW74762SassuoloITA 
🇯🇲 Leon BaileyLM74762LeverkusenGER 
🇳🇬 Kelechi IheanachoST74762Manchester CityENG 
🇺🇸 Timmy ChandlerRB74762FrankfurtGER 
🇺🇾 Diego LaxaltLM74762GenoaITA 
🇧🇷 Diego ÂngeloCB73763AntalyasporROTW 
🇳🇱 Jens ToornstraRW73763FeyenoordROTW 
🇺🇾 Matías BritosST73763U.N.A.M.ROTW 
🇲🇱 Moussa MaregaST73763V. GuimarãesROTW 
🇪🇸 RogerST73763Levante UDROTW 
🇺🇸 Sacha KljestanCAM73763NY Red BullsROTW 
🇬🇧 Tom CairneyCAM73763FulhamROTW 
🇩🇪 Kerem DemirbayCAM73763HoffenheimGER 
🇪🇸 Marcos LlorenteCM73763Deport. AlavésSPA 
🇫🇷 Baptiste ReynetLB73763Dijon FCOFRA 
🇫🇷 Christopher JullienCB73763Toulouse FCFRA 
🇬🇧 Jordan PickfordLWB73763SunderlandENG 
🇵🇹 RolandoCB73763OMFRA 
🇪🇸 Javi EspinosaRM72764Levante UDROTW 
🇨🇴 Davinson SánchezCB71765AjaxROTW 
🇧🇷 SoaresST71765FC PortoROTW 
🇨🇴 Víctor GarcíaRB68768NacionalROTW 
🇦🇷 Maxi LópezST7875-3TorinoITA 
🇪🇸 Iván CuéllarGK7875-3Sporting GijónSPA 
🇫🇷 Geoffrey JourdrenGK7875-3Montpellier HSCFRA 
🇬🇧 Ravel MorrisonCAM7775-2QPRROTW 
🇬🇷 Vassilis TorosidisRB7775-2BolognaITA 
🇯🇵 Takashi UsamiLM7775-2AugsburgGER 
🇸🇳 Oumar NiasseST7775-2Hull CityENG 
🇨🇴 Rafael Santos BorréST74751Villarreal CFSPA 
🇩🇰 Pierre-Emile HøjbjergCM74751SouthamptonENG 
🇪🇸 David GarcíaCB74751CA OsasunaSPA 
🇪🇸 JaumeGK74751Valencia CFSPA 
🇪🇸 Manu GarcíaCDM74751Deport. AlavésSPA 
🇪🇸 MunirST74751Valencia CFSPA 
🇪🇸 Omar RamosRM74751CD LeganésSPA 
🇪🇸 Oriol RomeuCDM74751SouthamptonENG 
🇪🇸 RiesgoGK74751SD EibarSPA 
🇫🇷 Gregoire DefrelST74751SassuoloITA 
🇫🇷 Jérémy SorbonCB74751EA GuingampFRA 
🇬🇧 Danny SimpsonRB74751Leicester CityENG 
🇬🇧 Matt PhillipsRM74751West BromENG 
🇮🇪 Harry ArterCM74751BournemouthENG 
🇮🇪 Viktor FischerLW74751MiddlesbroughENG 
🇮🇹 Adam MasinaLB74751BolognaITA 
🇮🇹 Andrea MasielloCB74751AtalantaITA 
🇮🇹 Luca RigoniCM74751GenoaITA 
🇮🇹 Matías SilvestreCB74751SampdoriaITA 
🇵🇱 Karol LinettyCM74751SampdoriaITA 
🇺🇾 Lucas TorreiraCM74751SampdoriaITA 
🇬🇧 Bradley Wright-PhillipsST73752NY Red BullsROTW 
🇨🇴 Camilo VargasGK73752Deportivo CaliROTW 
🇷🇺 Dmitriy PolozST73752FC RostovROTW 
🇬🇧 Dwight GayleST73752Newcastle UtdROTW 
🇲🇽 Isaac BrizuelaRM73752GuadalajaraROTW 
🇬🇧 James ChesterCB73752Aston VillaROTW 
🇨🇮 Jonathan KodjiaST73752Aston VillaROTW 
🇬🇧 Lewis DunkCB73752BrightonROTW 
🇩🇰 Mathias JørgensenCB73752FC KøbenhavnROTW 
🇨🇴 Yimmi CharáRM73752MonterreyROTW 
🇫🇷 Yoric RavetRM73752BSC Young BoysROTW 
🇦🇷 Emiliano SalaST73752FC NantesFRA 
🇪🇸 LunaLB73752SD EibarSPA 
🇫🇷 Alexis BlinCDM73752Toulouse FCFRA 
🇯🇵 Yūya ŌsakoCF73752KölnGER 
🇹🇷 Selçuk ŞahinCDM72753GençlerbirliğiROTW 
🇪🇸 Carlos MartínezRB72753Real SociedadSPA 
🇦🇷 Cristian PavónRM71754Boca JuniorsROTW 
🇦🇷 Franco MussisCDM71754San LorenzoROTW 
🇵🇹 Nuno PintoLB71754V. SetúbalROTW 
🇪🇸 Edgar MéndezLM71754Deport. AlavésSPA 
🇦🇷 Rodrigo BattagliaCM70755SC BragaROTW 
🇨🇮 Franck Yannick KessiéCM70755AtalantaITA 
🇦🇷 Sebastián DriussiST69756River PlateROTW 
🇻🇪 Mikel VillanuevaCB69756Málaga CFSPA 
🇩🇰 Kasper DolbergST68757AjaxROTW 
🇧🇷 RaúlCB68757MarítimoROTW 
🇫🇷 Seko FofanaCM68757UdineseITA 
🇮🇹 Roberto GagliardiniCM617514InterITA 
🇫🇷 Rémy CabellaCAM8074-6OMFRA 
🇵🇹 Ricardo CostaCB7874-4FC LuzernROTW 
🇬🇧 Micah RichardsCB7774-3Aston VillaROTW 
🇹🇷 Muhammet DemirST7774-3GaziantepsporROTW 
🇫🇷 Romain AlessandriniRM7774-3LA GalaxyROTW 
🇺🇾 Walter GarganoCDM7774-3MonterreyROTW 
🇨🇲 Henri BedimoLB7774-3OMFRA 
🇮🇹 Simone PepeRM7774-3PescaraITA 
🇷🇸 Milan BiševacCB7774-3FC MetzFRA 
🇧🇷 Bamba AndersonCB7674-2FrankfurtGER 
🇧🇷 Danilo AvelarLB7674-2TorinoITA 
🇧🇷 EvandroCM7674-2Hull CityENG 
🇨🇭 Haris SeferovićST7674-2FrankfurtGER 
🇪🇸 David SimónRB7674-2UD Las PalmasSPA 
🇪🇸 TitoRB7674-2CD LeganésSPA 
🇫🇷 Jonathan SchmidLM7674-2AugsburgGER 
🇫🇷 Romain SalinGK7674-2EA GuingampFRA 
🇫🇷 Sylvain MarveauxCAM7674-2FC LorientFRA 
🇮🇪 John O’SheaCB7674-2SunderlandENG 
🇮🇪 Stephen IrelandCAM7674-2Stoke CityENG 
🇷🇸 Gojko KačarCB7674-2AugsburgGER 
🇷🇸 Zdravko KuzmanovićCM7674-2Málaga CFSPA 
🇸🇰 Tomáš HubočanCB7674-2OMFRA 
🇺🇦 Artem FedetskyiRB7674-2DarmstadtGER 
🇻🇪 Oswaldo VizcarrondoCB7674-2FC NantesFRA 
🇲🇽 Jesús MolinaCDM73741MonterreyROTW 
🇹🇩 Casimir NingaST73741Montpellier HSCFRA 
🇧🇷 Da CostaRM72742BolognaITA 
🇨🇭 Nico ElvediCB72742MönchengladbachGER 
🇫🇷 Rémi WalterCM72742OGC NiceFRA 
🇳🇬 Alex IwobiLM70744ArsenalENG 
🇸🇪 Karl-Johan JohnssonLWB70744EA GuingampFRA74
🇦🇷 Giovanni SimeoneST69745GenoaITA 
🇮🇹 Mattia CaldaraCB69745AtalantaITA 
🇺🇸 Christian PulisicRM69745DortmundGER 
🇨🇿 Jakub JanktoCM68746UdineseITA 
🇪🇸 Carlos SolerCM67747Valencia CFSPA 
🇫🇷 Theo HernándezLB66748Deport. AlavésSPA 
🇩🇪 Benjamin HenrichsRB65749LeverkusenGER 
🇫🇷 Maxime LopezCAM607414OMFRA 
🇨🇴 Edwin CardonaCAM7873-5MonterreyROTW 
🇪🇸 LoraRB7773-4Sporting GijónSPA 
🇳🇬 Kenneth OmeruoCB7673-3AlanyasporROTW 
🇧🇪 Sébastien PocognoliLB7673-3BrightonROTW 
🇨🇿 Tomáš SivokCB7673-3BursasporROTW 
🇪🇸 BuenoCAM7673-3CD LeganésSPA 
🇪🇸 Markel BergaraCM7673-3Real SociedadSPA 
🇫🇷 Florent BalmontCM7573-2Dijon FCOFRA 
🇩🇪 Alexander SchwolowGK70733SC FreiburgGER74
🇦🇷 Valentin VadaCM69734Girondins de BxFRA 
🇧🇷 EmersonLB69734RomaITA 
🇧🇷 BoschiliaCAM68735AS MonacoFRA 
🇦🇷 Emanuel MammanaCB67736OLFRA 
🇫🇷 Lucas TousartCM67736OLFRA 
🇮🇹 Antonio BarrecaLB67736TorinoITA 
🇮🇹 Luca MazzitelliCDM67736SassuoloITA 
🇲🇰 Ilja NestorovskiST67736PalermoITA 
🇮🇹 Andrea PetagnaST66737AtalantaITA 
🇹🇷 Bilal KısaCM7672-4BursasporROTW 
🇪🇸 Javi GuerraST7672-4Rayo VallecanoROTW 
🇫🇷 Lionel MathisCDM7672-4AJ AuxerreROTW 
🇻🇪 MikuST7672-4Rayo VallecanoROTW 
🇨🇭 Pajtim KasamiCM7672-4Nott’m ForestROTW 
🇬🇧 Rickie LambertST7672-4Cardiff CityROTW 
🇪🇸 BaenaCDM7572-3Rayo VallecanoROTW 
🇲🇱 Bakary SakoLM7572-3Crystal PalaceENG 
🇫🇷 Jérémie BogaRM69723Granada CFSPA74
🇧🇯 Steve MouniéST68724Montpellier HSCFRA 
🇫🇷 Gaëtan LabordeST66726Girondins de BxFRA 
🇸🇮 Miha MevljaCB617211FC RostovROTW 
🇸🇳 Dame N’DoyeST7571-4TrabzonsporROTW 
🇷🇸 Vladimir StojkovićGK7770-7Nott’m ForestROTW 
🇬🇧 Harry WinksCM7670-6SpursENG 
🇩🇰 Anders LindegaardGK7570-5PrestonROTW 
🇬🇧 Luke SteeleGK7570-5PanathinaikosROTW 
🇭🇷 Niko KranjčarCM7570-5RangersROTW 
🇹🇷 Emre MorRM64706DortmundGER 
🇧🇷 BernardoRB607010RB LeipzigGER 
🇧🇯 André Franck Zambo AnguissaCDM587012OMFRA 
🇩🇪 Paul SeguinCDM60688WolfsburgGER 
🇵🇹 Joel PereiraRW576710Manchester UnitedENG 
🇬🇧 Tom DaviesCM58646EvertonENG 
🇫🇷 Dayot UpamecanoCB56637RB LeipzigGER


 
 
 
Premier League FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

Premier League FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

February 17 (Friday)

WINTER UPGRADES
Eden Hazard – LW – Chelsea: 88 → 89
Alexis Sanchez – ST – Arsenal: 87 → 88
Coutinho – LW – Liverpool: 85 → 86
Diego Costa – ST – Chelsea: 85 → 86
Christian Eriksen – CAM – Tottenham Hotspur: 84 → 85
Harry Kane – ST – Tottenham Hotspur: 84 → 85
Joel Matip – CB – Liverpool: 82 → 83
N’Golo Kante – CM – Chelsea: 81 → 83
Adam Lallana – CM – Liverpool: 82 → 83
Ander Herrera – CM – Manchester United: 82 → 83
Roberto Firmino – ST – Liverpool: 82 → 83
Dele Alli – CAM – Tottenham Hotspur: 80 → 82
Virgil van Dijk – CB – Southampton: 79 → 82
Jordan Henderson – CDM – Liverpool: 80 → 82
Idrissa Gueye – CM – Everton: 76 → 82
Kasper Schemichel – GK – Leicester City: 81 → 82
Antonio Valencia – RB – Manchester United: 80 → 82
Kyle Walker – RB – Tottenham Hotspur: 81 → 82
Sadio Mane – RW – Liverpool: 79 → 82
Danny Rose – LB – Tottenham Hotspur: 80 → 81
Jermain Defoe – ST – Sunderland: 80 → 81
Héctor Bellerín – RB – Arsenal: 79 → 80
Marcos Alonso – LWB – Chelsea: 77 → 79
Alvaro Negredo – ST – Middlesborough: 80 → 81
Wilfried Zaha – RM – Crystal Palace: 79 → 80
Nordin Amrabat RM Watford: 79 → 80
Heung Min Son – LM – Tottenham Hotspur: 79 → 80
Victor Wanyama – CDM – Tottenham Hotspur: 78 → 79
Divock Origi – ST – Liverpool: 78 → 79
Marcos Alonso Mendoza – LWB – Chelsea: 77 → 79
Victor Moses – RWB – Chelsea: 77 → 78
Michail Antonio – RM – West Ham United: 76 → 78
Tom Heaton – GK – Burnley: 76 → 78
Troy Deeney – ST – Watford: 76 → 78
Marcus Rashford – ST – Manchester United: 76 → 77
Robert Snodgrass – RM – Hull City: 75 → 77
Mohamed Elneny – CDM – Arsenal: 74 → 77
Kelechi Iheanacho – ST – Manchester City: 74 → 76
Jordan Pickford – GK – Sunderland: 73 → 76
Darren Randolph – GK – West Ham United: 74 → 75
Matt Phillips – RM – West Bromwich Albion: 74 → 75
Oriol Romeu Vidal – CDM – Southampton: 74 → 75
Harry Arter – CM – Bournemouth: 74 → 75
Viktor Fischer – LW – Middlesbrough: 74 → 75
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – CM – Southampton: 74 → 75
Danny Simpson – RB – Leicester City: 74 → 75
Alex Iwobi – LM – Arsenal: 70 → 74
Harry Winks – CM – Tottenham Hotspur: 64 → 70
Joel Castro Pereira – GK – Manchester United: 57 → 67
Tom Davies – CM – Everton: 58 → 64

WINTER DOWNGRADES
Nicolas Otamendi – CB – Manchester City: 85 ← 84
Steve Mandanda – GK – Crystal Palace: 85 ← 84
Bastian Schweinsteiger – CM – Manchester United: 83 ← 82
Claudio Bravo – GK – Manchester City: 85 ← 83
John Terry – CB – Chelsea: 84 ← 82
Robert Huth – CB – Leicester City: 80 ← 78
Wes Morgan – CB – Leicester City: 79 ← 77
Lazar Markovic – RM – Hull City: 78 ← 76
Oumar Niasse – ST – Hull City: 77 ← 75
John O’Shea – CB – Sunderland: 76 ← 74
Stephen Ireland – CAM – Stoke City: 76 ← 74
Evandro Goebel – CM – Hull City: 76 ← 74
Bakary Sako – LM – Crystal Palace: 75 ← 72
Gerhard Tremmel – GK – Swansea City: 75 ← 71


 
 
 
Serie A FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

Serie A FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

February 19 (Sunday)

WINTER UPGRADES
Gonzalo Higuaín – Juventus – ST: 88→ 89
Paulo Dybala – Juventus – ST: 85 → 86
Radja Nainggolan – Roma – CM: 84 → 85
Ivan Perišić – Inter – LM: 83 → 84
Lorenzo Insigne – Napoli – LW: 83 → 84
Dries Mertens – Napoli – LW: 83 → 85
Giacomo Bonaventura – Milan – CM: 82 → 83
Juan Cuadrado – Juventus – RM: 82 → 83
Kalidou Koulibaly – Napoli – CB: 82 → 83
Mauro Icardi – Inter – ST: 82 → 84
Mohamed Salah – Roma – RW: 81→ 82
José Callejón – Napoli – RW: 81→ 82
Ciro Immobile – Lazio – ST: 80 → 81
Edin Džeko – Roma – ST: 80 → 81
Daniele Rugani – Juventus – CB: 79 → 80
Wojciech Szczęsny – Roma – GK: 79 → 81
Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes – Lazio – RW: 79 → 81
Federico Bernardeschi – Fiorentina – RM: 78 → 80
Keita Baldé Diao – Lazio – LW: 78 → 80
Antonio Rüdiger – Roma – CB: 77 → 79
Gianluigi Donnarumma – Milan – GK: 76 → 78
Roberto Gagliardini – Inter – CM: 61 → 75
Alejandro Gómez – Atalanta – LW: 80 → 81
Marcelo Brozović – Inter – CM: 79 → 80
Andrea Belotti – Torino – ST: 77 → 80
Jesús Joaquín Fernández Sáez de la Torre – Milan – RW: 77→ 80
Federico Fazio – Roma – CB: 77 → 80
Piotr Zieliński – Napoli – CM: 76 → 78
Sergej Milinković-Savić – Lazio – CM: 76 → 78
Etrit Berisha – Atalanta – GK: 75 → 77
Wallace Fortuna Santos – Lazio – CB: 75 → 77
Luca Rossettini – Torino – CB: 75 → 77
Andrea Masiello – Atalanta – CB: 74 → 75
Luca Rigoni – Genoa – CM: 74 → 75
Gregoire Defrel – Sassuolo – ST: 74 → 75
Matías Silvestre – Sampdoria – CB: 74 → 75
Adam Masina – Bologna – LB: 74 → 75
Karol Linetty – Sampdoria – CM: 74 → 75
Gianluca Lapadula – Milan – ST: 74 → 76
Amadou Diawara – Napoli – CDM: 74 → 76
Diego Laxalt – Genoa – LM: 74 → 76
Matteo Politano – Sassuolo – RW: 74 → 76
Angelo Esmael da Costa Júnior – Bologna – GK: 72 → 74
Lucas Torreira – Sampdoria – CM: 71 → 75
Lorenzo Pellegrini – Sassuolo – CM: 71 → 77
Franck Yannick Kessié – Atalanta – CM: 70 → 75
Emerson Palmieri dos Santos – Roma – LB: 69 → 73
Giovanni Simeone – Genoa – ST: 69 → 74
Mattia Caldara – Atalanta – CB: 69 → 74
Jakub Jankto – Udinese – CM: 68 → 74
Seko Fofana – Udinese – CM: 68 → 75
Ilja Nestorovski – Palermo – ST: 67 → 73
Luca Mazzitelli – Sassuolo – CDM: 67 → 73
Antonio Barreca – Torino – LB: 67 → 73
Andrea Petagna – Atalanta – ST: 66 → 73

WINTER DOWNGRADES
Carlos Bacca – Milan – ST: 84 ← 83
Pepe Reina – Napoli – GK: 84 ← 83
Gary Medel – Inter – CDM: 83 ← 82
Alberto Aquilani – Sassuolo – CM: 78 ← 76
Antonio Cassano – Sampdoria – CF: 78 ← 76
Vassilis Torosidis – Bologna – RB: 77 ← 75
Danilo – Torino – LB: 76 ← 74
Maxi Lopez – Torino – ST: 78 ← 75
Simone Pepe – Pescara – RM: 77 ← 74


 
 
 
Ligue 1 FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

Ligue 1 FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

February 21 (Tuesday)

WINTER UPGRADES
Edinson Cavani – Paris Saint-Germain – ST: 85 → 86
Kamil Glik – AS Monaco – CB: 83 → 84
Danijel Subašić – AS Monaco – GK: 83 → 84
Bernardo Mota Veiga de Carvalho e Silva – AS Monaco – RM: 81 → 82
Radamel Falcao García Zarate – AS Monaco – ST: 81 → 82
Dante Bonfim Costa Santos – OGC Nice – CB: 80 → 81
Mario Balotelli – OGC Nice – ST: 79 → 81
Thomas Lemar – AS Monaco – LM: 78 → 80
Adrien Rabiot – Paris Saint-Germain – CM: 78→ 80
Corentin Tolisso – Olympique Lyonnais – CM: 78→ 80
Morgan Sanson – Olympique de Marseille – CDM: 78 → 80
Florian Thauvin – Olympique de Marseille – RM: 77 → 81
Jérémy Sorbon – En Avant Guingamp – CB: 74 → 75
Malcom Filipe Silva de Oliveira – Girondins de Bordeaux – RM: 74 → 76
Alban Lafont – Toulouse FC – GK: 74 → 77
Dalbert Henrique Chagas Estevão – OGC Nice – LB: 74 → 77
Tiémoué Bakayoko – AS Monaco – CDM: 74 → 78
Emiliano Sala – FC Nantes – ST: 73→ 75
Alexis Blin – Toulouse FC – CDM: 73 → 75
Christopher Jullien – Toulouse FC – CB: 73 → 76
Rolando Jorge Pires da Fonseca – Olympique de Marseille – CB: 73 → 76
Wylan Cyprien – OGC Nice – CM: 71 → 78
Jean Michaël Seri – OGC Nice – CM: 79 → 80
Fábio Henrique Tavares – AS Monaco – CDM: 79 → 80
Younès Belhanda – OGC Nice – CAM: 79 → 80
Djibril Sidibé – AS Monaco – RB: 79 → 80
Alassane Pléa – OGC Nice – ST: 77 → 79
William Vainqueur – Olympique de Marseille – CDM: 77 → 79
Yoan Cardinale – OGC Nice – GK: 75 → 77
Lucas Deaux – En Avant Guingamp – CDM: 74 → 76
Casimir Ninga – Montpellier HSC – ST: 73 → 74
Baptiste Reynet – Dijon Football – GK: 73 → 76
Rémi Walter – OGC Nice – CM: 72 → 74
Karl-Johan Johnsson -En Avant Guingamp – GK: 70 → 74
Valentin Vada – Girondins de Bordeaux – CM: 69 → 73
Steve Mounié – Montpellier HSC – ST: 68 → 72
Gabriel Boschilia – AS Monaco – CAM: 68 → 73
Emanuel Mammana – Olympique Lyonnais – CB: 67 → 73
Lucas Tousart – Olympique Lyonnais – CM: 67 → 73
Gaëtan Laborde – Girondins de Bordeaux – ST: 66 → 72
Maxime Lopez – Olympique de Marseille – CAM: 60 → 74
André Franck Zambo Anguissa – Olympique de Marseille – CDM: 58 → 70

WINTER DOWNGRADES
Javier Pastore – Paris Saint-Germain – CM: 85 ← 84
Hatem Ben Arfa – Paris Saint-Germain – CAM: 84 ← 83
Grzegorz Krychowiak – Paris Saint-Germain – CDM: 84 ← 82
Jeremy Toulalan – Bordeaux – CDM: 83 ← 80
Geoffrey Jourdren – Olympique de Marseille – GK: 78 ← 75
Romain Salin – En Avant Guingamp – GK: 76 ← 74
Sylvain Marveaux – FC Lorient – CAM: 76← 74
Tomas Hubocan – Olympique de Marseille – CB: 76 ← 74
Oswaldo Vizcarrondo – FC Nantes – CB: 76 ← 74
Milan Bisevac – FC Metz – CB: 77 ← 74
Henri Bedimo – Olympique de Marseille – LB: 77 ← 74
Remy Cabella – Olympique de Marseille – CAM: 80 ← 74
Florent Balmont – Dijon Football – CM: 75 ← 73


 
 
 
LaLiga FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

LaLiga FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

February 23 (Thursday)

WINTER UPGRADES
Gerard Piqué Bernabeu – FC Barcelona – CB: 86 → 87
Daniel Carvajal Ramos – Real Madrid – RB: 83 → 84
Bruno Soriano Llido – Villarreal CF – CM: 83 → 84
Steven N’Zonzi – Sevilla FC – CDM: 82 → 83
Carlos Henrique José Francisco Venancio Casimiro – Real Madrid – CDM: 82 → 83
Víctor Machín Pérez – Sevilla FC – RM: 82 → 83
Yannick Carrasco – Atlético de Madrid – LM: 82 → 84
Diego López Rodríguez – RCD Espanyol – GK: 81 → 82
Marco Asensio Willemsen – Real Madrid – CAM: 81 → 82
Carlos Vela – Real Sociedad – RW: 81 → 82
Víctor Ruíz Torre – Villarreal CF – CB: 81 → 82
Lucas Vázquez Iglesias – Real Madrid – RM: 81 → 82
Iago Aspas Juncal – RC Celta de Vigo – ST: 81 → 83
Sergio Asenjo Andrés – Villarreal CF – GK: 81 → 84
Wissam Ben Yedder – Sevilla FC – ST: 80 → 81
Samuel Castillejo Azuaga – Villarreal CF – LM: 80 → 81
Mario Gaspar Pérez Martínez – Villarreal CF – RB: 80 → 81
Jonathan Viera Ramos – UD Las Palmas – LM: 80 → 82
Manuel Trigueros Muñoz – Villarreal CF – CM: 80 → 82
Kevin-Prince Boateng – UD Las Palmas – CAM: 79 → 80
Mateo Kovačić – Real Madrid – CM: 79 → 81
Roque Mesa Quevedo – UD Las Palmas – CDM: 79 → 82
Kepa Arrizabalaga Revuelta – Athletic Club de Bilbao – GK: 73 → 79
Yeray Alvarez Lopez – Athletic Club de Bilbao – CB: 72 → 77
Gerónimo Rulli – Real Sociedad – GK: 82 → 83
Sergio Roberto Carnicer – FC Barcelona – RB: 79 → 80
Roberto Soriano – Villarreal CF – LM: 79 → 80
Nicola Sansone – Villarreal CF – LW: 78 → 79
Pablo Sarabia García – Sevilla FC – RM: 78 → 79
José Ignacio Fernández Iglesias – Real Madrid – CB: 78 → 80
Emre Çolak – RC Deportivo – CAM: 77 → 79
Daniel Garcia Carrillo – SD Eibar – CDM: 77 → 79
Sergio Escudero Palomo – Sevilla FC – LB: 77 → 79
Nicolás Pareja – Sevilla FC – CB: 77 → 79
Gabriel Appelt Pires – CD Leganés – CAM: 76 → 77
Victor Sánchez Mata – RCD Espanyol – RB: 76 → 77
Florian Lejeune – SD Eibar – CB: 76 → 78
Michel Macedo Rocha Machado – UD Las Palmas – RB: 75 → 76
Gerard Moreno Balagueró – RCD Espanyol – ST: 75 → 77
Francisco Rico Castro – SD Eibar – CDM: 75 → 77
Takashi Inui – SD Eibar – LM: 75 → 77
Theo Bongonda – RC Celta de Vigo – LW: 75 → 78
Manuel Alejandro García Sánchez – Deportivo Alavés – CDM: 74 → 75
Julián Omar Ramos Suárez – CD Leganés – RM: 74 → 75
Munir El Haddadi – Valencia CF – ST: 74 → 75
Rafael Santos Borré – Villarreal CF – ST: 74 → 75
Asier Riesgo Unamuno – SD Eibar – GK: 74 → 75
David García Zubiria – CA Osasuna – CB: 74 → 75
Jaume Domenech Sánchez – Valencia CF – GK: 74 → 75
Clément Lenglet – Sevilla FC – CB: 74 → 75
Raúl Rodríguez Navas – Real Sociedad – CB: 74 → 76
Sandro Ramírez Castillo – Málaga CF – ST: 74 → 77
David García Santana – UD Las Palmas – CB: 74 → 77
Antonio Manuel Luna Rodriguez – SD Eibar – LB: 73 → 75
Marcos Llorente Moreno – Deportivo Alavés – CM: 73 → 76
Carlos Martínez Díaz – Real Sociedad – RB: 72 → 75
Edgar Antonio Méndez Ortega – Deportivo Alavés – LM: 71 → 75
Jérémie Boga – Granada CF – RM: 69 → 72
Mikel Villanueva – Málaga CF – CB: 69 → 75
Carlos Soler Barragán – Valencia CF – CM: 67 → 74
Theo Hernández – Deportivo Alavés – LB: 66 → 74
WINTER DOWNGRADES
Javier Mascherano – FC Barcelona – CB: 84 ← 83
André Filipe Tavares Gomes – FC Barcelona – CM: 83 ← 82
Fábio Alexandre Silva Coentrão – Real Madrid – LB: 77 ← 74
Aymen Abdennour – Valencia CF – CB: 78 ← 76
Danilo Luiz da Silva – Real Madrid – RB: 79 ← 78
Alen Halilović – UD Las Palmas – CAM: 77 ← 75
Martín Montoya Torralbo – Valencia CF – RB: 77 ← 75
Imanol Agirretxe Arruti – Real Sociedad – ST: 77 ← 75
Iván Cuéllar Sacristán – Real Sporting de Gijón – GK: 75 ← 72
Guilherme Madalena Siqueira – Valencia CF – LB: 76 ← 74
Alberto Lora Ramos – Real Sporting de Gijón – RB: 73 ← 69
Markel Bergara Larrañaga – Real Sociedad – CM: 73 ← 70
Alberto Bueno Calvo – CD Leganés – CAM: 73 ← 70
Zdravko Kuzmanović – Málaga CF – CM: 74 ← 72
Roberto Román Triguero – CD Leganés – RB: 74 ← 72
David Simón Rodríguez Santana – UD Las Palmas – RB: 74 ← 72


 
 
 
Bundesliga FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

Bundesliga FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

February 25 (Saturday)

WINTER UPGRADES
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Borussia Dortmund – ST: 86 → 87
Thiago Alcântara do Nascimento – Bayern München – CM: 84→ 85
Sokratis Papastathopoulos – Borussia Dortmund – CB: 84→ 85
Javier Martínez Aginaga – Bayern München – CB: 84 → 85
Jonas Hector – 1. FC Köln – LB: 80 → 81
Anthony Modeste – 1. FC Köln – ST: 80 → 82
Kevin Kampl – Bayer 04 Leverkusen – CM: 80 → 82
Yunus Mallı – VfL Wolfsburg – CAM: 79 → 80
Jonathan Tah – Bayer 04 Leverkusen – CB: 79 → 82
Joshua Kimmich – Bayern München – CM: 78 → 80
Lukáš Hrádecký – Eintracht Frankfurt – GK: 78 → 81
Ousmane Dembélé – Borussia Dortmund – RM: 77 → 80
Raphaël Guerreiro – Borussia Dortmund – LB: 76 → 78
Emil Forsberg – RB Leipzig – CAM: 76 → 79
Timo Werner – RB Leipzig – ST: 75 → 77
Sead Kolašinac – FC Schalke 04 – LB: 75 → 77
Naby Keïta – RB Leipzig – CM: 75 → 78
Nabil Bentaleb – FC Schalke 04 – CM: 75 → 78
Marcel Sabitzer – RB Leipzig – CAM: 74 → 76
Willi Orban – RB Leipzig – CB: 74 → 77
Serge Gnabry – Werder Bremen – LM: 73 → 77
Emre Mor – Borussia Dortmund – RM: 64 → 70
Julian Weigl – Borussia Dortmund – CDM: 79 → 80
Thorgan Hazard – Borussia M’gladbach – CF: 79 → 80
Vedad Ibišević – Hertha BSC – ST: 78 → 80
Matthias Ginter – Borussia Dortmund – CB: 77 → 79
Rune Almenning Jarstein – Hertha BSC – GK: 77 → 80
Kevin Vogt – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim – CB: 76 → 78
Sandro Wagner – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim – ST: 76 → 78
Pavel Kadeřábek – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim – RB: 75 → 77
Alessandro Schöpf – FC Schalke 04 – RM: 75 → 77
Marco Fabián – Eintracht Frankfurt – CAM: 75 → 78
Guido Burgstaller – FC Schalke 04 – ST: 74 → 75
Timmy Chandler – Eintracht Frankfurt – RB: 74 → 76
Maximilian Philipp – SC Freiburg – CF: 74 → 76
Niklas Stark – Hertha BSC – CB: 74 → 76
Omar Mascarell González – Eintracht Frankfurt – CDM: 74 → 76
Thomas Delaney – Werder Bremen – CM: 74 → 76
Leon Bailey – Bayer 04 Leverkusen – LM: 74 → 76
Yūya Ōsako – 1. FC Köln – CF: 73 → 75
Kerem Demirbay – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim – CAM: 73 → 76
Jesús Vallejo Lázaro – Eintracht Frankfurt – CB: 73 → 77
Nico Elvedi – Borussia M’gladbach – CB: 72 → 74
Alexander Schwolow – SC Freiburg – GK: 70 → 73
Christian Pulisic – Borussia Dortmund – RM: 69 → 74
Benjamin Henrichs – Bayer 04 Leverkusen – RB: 65 → 74
Bernardo Fernandes da Silva Junior – RB Leipzig – RB: 60 → 70
Paul Seguin – VfL Wolfsburg – CDM: 60 → 68
Dayot Upamecano – RB Leipzig – CB: 56 → 63

WINTER DOWNGRADES
Jérôme Boateng – Bayern München – CB: 89 ← 90
Xabier Alonso Olano – Bayern München – CDM: 82 ← 84
Yann Sommer – Borussia M’gladbach – GK: 83 ← 84
Ronaldo Aparecido Rodrigues – FC Schalke 04 – CD: 83 ← 84
Shinji Kagawa – Borussia Dortmund – CAM: 82 ← 83
Luiz Gustavo Dias – VfL Wolfsburg – CDM: 82 ← 83
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar – FC Schalke 04 – ST: 79 ← 81
Takashi Usami – FC Augsburg – LM: 75 ← 77
Haris Seferović – Eintracht Frankfurt – ST: 74 ← 76
Gojko Kačar – FC Augsburg – CB: 74 ← 76
Artem Fedetskyi – Darmstadt 98 – RB: 74 ← 76
Jonathan Schmid – FC Augsburg – LM: 74 ← 76
Anderson Soares de Oliveira – Eintracht Frankfurt – CB: 74 ← 76


 
 
 

ROTW FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh

February 27 (Monday)

WINTER UPGRADES
Danilo Pereira – FC Porto – CDM: 82 → 83
Adrien Silva – Sporting CP – CM: 82 → 83
Giuliano – Zenit St. Petersburg – CAM: 80 → 82
Pizzi – SL Benfica – CM: 81 → 82
Taison Barcellos Freda – Shakhtar Donetsk – CAM: 81 → 82
Marlos Romero Bonfim – Shakhtar Donetsk – RM: 80 → 82
Bas Dost – Sporting CP – ST: 78 → 80
Fernando Belluschi – San Lorenzo de Almagro – CAM: 78 → 80
Gelson Dany Batalha Martins – Sporting CP – RM: 78 → 80
Hakim Ziyech – Ajax – CAM: 80 → 81
Ederson Santana de Moraes – SL Benfica – GK: 78 → 81
Armindo Tué Na Bangna – Galatasaray – LM: 77 → 80
Miguel Borja – Atlético Nacional – ST: 74 → 78
Łukasz Teodorczyk – Anderlecht – ST: 75 → 78
Marcos Acuña – Racing Club de Avellaneda – LM: 75 → 78
Karim El Ahmadi – Feyenoord – CM: 75 → 78
Nicolai Jørgensen – Feyenoord – ST: 76 → 78
Eric Fernando Botteghin – Feyenoord – CB: 76 → 78
Diego Buonanotte – Universidad Católica – CAM: 76 → 78
Tiago Luis Volpi Gallos – Blancos de Querétaro – GK: 76 → 78
Rogelio Funes Mori – Monterrey – ST: 76 → 78
André Silva – FC Porto – ST: 74 → 78
Ljubomir Fejsa – SL Benfica – CDM: 80 → 81
Felipe – FC Porto – CB: 78 → 80
Pedro Santos – Braga – RM: 77 → 79
Nélson Semedo – SL Benfica – RB: 76 → 78
Jan Ďurica – Trabzonspor – CB: 76 → 78
Wilson Eduardo – Braga – LW: 75 → 77
Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe – Legia Warszawa – CM: 74 → 77
Sam Larsson – SC Heerenveen – LW: 74 → 77
Rick Karsdorp – Feyenoord – RB: 75 → 77
Lasse Schøne – Ajax – CM: 75 → 77
Sardar Azmoun – FC Rostov – ST: 75 → 77
Nicolás Blandi San Lorenzo de Almagro – ST: 74 → 77
Guillaume Hoarau – BSC Young Boys – ST: 74 → 76
Celso Ortíz – Monterrey – CDM: 74 → 76
Sacha Kljestan – New York Red Bulls – CAM: 74 → 76
Ricardo Jorge da Luz Horta – Braga – LM: 74 → 76
Harun Tekin – Bursaspor – GK: 74 → 76
Lionel Carole – Galatasaray – LB: 74 → 76
Palhinha – Sporting CP – CDM: 74 → 76
Ridgeciano Haps – AZ – LB: 74 → 76
Jesús Molina – Monterrey – CDM: 73 → 74
Dwight Gayle – Newcastle United – ST: 73 → 75
Lewis Dunk – Brighton & Hove Albion – CB: 73 → 75
Bradley Wright-Phillips – New York Red Bulls – ST: 73 → 75
Jonathan Kodjia – Aston Villa – ST: 73 → 75
Yoric Ravet – BSC Young Boys – RM: 73 → 75
Yimmi Chará – Monterrey – RM: 73 → 75
James Chester – Aston Villa – CB: 73 → 75
Isaac Brizuela – Guadalajara – RM: 73 → 75
Moussa Marega – Vitória Guimarães – ST: 73 → 76
Roger Martí Salvador – Levante UD – ST: 73 → 76
Tom Cairney – Fulham – CAM: 73 → 76
Matías Britos – U.N.A.M. – ST: 73 → 76
Stijn Schaars – SC Heerenveen – CDM: 74 → 76
Jonathan Gómez – Independiente Santa Fe – CAM: 74 → 76
Diego Ângelo de Oliveira – Antalyaspor – CB: 73 → 76
José Gómez Campaña – Levante UD – CM: 73 → 77
Selçuk Şahin – Gençlerbirliği – CDM: 72 → 75
Javier Espinosa González – Levante UD – RM: 72 → 76
Nuno Miguel Sousa Pinto – Vitória Setúbal – LB: 71 → 75
Francisco das Chagas Soares dos Santos – FC Porto – ST: 71 → 76
Rodrigo Battaglia – Braga – CM: 70 → 75
Raúl Silva – Marítimo – CB: 68 → 75
Víctor García – Nacional – RB: 68 → 76
Dmitriy Poloz – FC Rostov – ST: 73 → 75
Camilo Vargas – Deportivo Cali – GK: 73 → 75
Mathias Jørgensen – FC København – CB: 73 → 75
Jens Toornstra – Feyenoord – RW: 73 → 76
Cristian Pavón – Boca Juniors – RM: 71 → 75
Franco Mussis – San Lorenzo de Almagro – CDM: 71 → 75
Davinson Sánchez – Ajax – CB: 71 → 76
Sebastián Driussi – River Plate – ST: 69 → 75
Kasper Dolberg – Ajax – ST: 68 → 75
Miha Mevlja – FC Rostov – CB: 61 → 72

WINTER DOWNGRADES
William Carvalho – Sporting CP – CDM: 83 ← 84
Jonas – SL Benfica – ST: 83 ← 84
Rui Patrício – Sporting CP – GK: 83 ← 84
Júlio César Soares Espíndola – SL Benfica – GK: 81 ← 83
Edwin Cardona – Monterrey – CAM: 73 ← 78
Ricardo Costa – FC Luzern – CB: 74 ← 78
Vladimir Stojković – Nottingham Forest – GK: 70 ← 77
Romain Alessandrini – Los Angeles Galaxy – RM: 74 ← 77
Muhammet Demir – Gaziantepspor – ST: 74 ← 77
Micah Richards – Aston Villa CB – 74 ← 77
Walter Gargano – Monterrey – CDM: 74 ← 77
Rickie Lambert – Cardiff City – ST: 72 ← 76
Nicolás Fedor – Rayo Vallecano – ST: 72 ← 76
Pajtim Kasami – Nottingham Forest – CM: 72 ← 76
Javier Guerra Rodríguez – Rayo Vallecano – ST: 72 ← 76
Tomáš Sivok – Bursaspor – CB: 73 ← 76
Sébastien Pocognoli – Brighton & Hove Albion – LB: 73 ← 76
Kenneth Omeruo Aytemiz – Alanyaspor – CB: 73 ← 76
Niko Kranjčar – Rangers – CM: 70 ← 75
Anders Lindegaard – Preston North End – GK: 70 ← 75
Luke Steele – Panathinaikos FC – GK: 70 ← 75
Dame N’Doye – Trabzonspor – ST: 71 ← 75
Bruno Zuculini – Hellas Verona – CM: 71 ← 75
Bilal Kısa – Bursaspor – CM: 72 ← 75
Lionel Mathis – AJ Auxerre – CDM: 72 ← 75
José Raúl Baena Urdiales – Rayo Vallecano – CDM: 72 ← 75

 

 
 
 
 

FIFA 17 Ratings Refresh FAQ

What you need to know about cards from the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades & Downgrades
 

Q: How are players upgraded on FIFA 17 Ultimate Team?
A: Different to what happens on other game modes, the players aren’t automatically updated throughout the season according to their appearances in real life. Some may receive In Form cards, but most players remain with the characteristics they were given at the start of the season. In Ultimate Team, upgrades & downgrades are made through the release of new cards in determined periods.

Q: Who chooses the players to be upgraded or downgraded?
A: A dedicated team from EA Sports.

Q: How do player upgrade cards look like?
A: They are regular cards (gold, silver and bronze).

Q: What’s the difference between the original card and the new one?
A: Only rating and stats change. In some cases the position can also be updated. All the rest remains the same.

Q: How long are FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades and Downgrades Players cards available in FIFA packs?
A: As soon as they are released for the first time, they remain in packs until the end of the game, replacing the day 1 cards.

Q: Can a player be downgraded?
A: Yes.

Q: Can a transferred player receive an upgraded card?
A: Yes, he can. Although EA Sports try separating player transfers/player upgrades, there are rare cases in which the same player is both transferred and upgraded at the same time. In that case both situations are passed on to one single card. That’s the case of Gonçalo Gudes, for example.

 
 

Winter Upgrades of previous years:

 
 
 

To access the complete list of the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades & Downgrades cards click here

 

 
 
 
 

How the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Work

Rating and stats boost explanation
 

As we already have explained, it is not possible to improve the stats of any regular card. However, if a player stands out in the real world, in such a way that his card becomes strongly outdated, Electronic Arts comes to justice introducing a new type of card.

The Winter upgrades affect around 400 ratings that cannot go down. The gold cards are usually improved in 1 or 2 points, which is explained by the fact that they are only assigned to players who had a marked development and not to minor adjustments. Silver and bronze players are usually upgraded by at least 4 points, while in exceptional cases this upgrade can sometimes reach 15 points. The higher is the original rating, the lower is the boost.

It is rare but the position of the players in these cards may change if, they played really well in a different position.

FIFA 17 Upgraded Players Cards are physically identical to the originals, except on rating and stats.

 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Guide - Rules, Release Date and FAQ

 

The things get more complicated when we try to explain what happens to IF cards during the FIFA 17 Winter upgrades. Different to what happens with the NIF cards, the IF cards released before the upgrades will be upgraded in the same proportion as those (but automatically) if an upgraded player’s new OVR rating equals or surpasses his existing first in-form’s rating. When an upgraded player with an existing IF gets upgraded across Quality tiers (eg. Silver to Gold), his lower-quality IF will not get an upgrade. According to EA, this is so “the IF card’s value and bronze/silver squads are not negatively affected”. The goal is to preserve the in-form’s high value.

It is important to make clear that, contrary to what happened in previous years, when a player is upgraded, the stats of all his IF cards only get a boost if the rating is also upgraded.

 

To make the things more clear, we will take a look to a few examples.

Example 1

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Guide - Rules, Release Date and FAQ

Player: Sergio Asenjo (Villarreal CF)
NIF Rating (day 1): 81
Boost: +3
UP Rating: 84
First IF Rating: 84
New First IF Ratings: 87

Let’s take Asenjo as example. He started the season with an 81 rated card but in the Winter Upgrades he got an 84 rated UP card. His 81 rated card stopped coming in packs as soon as the 84 rated one was released, but his owners were never rewarded with any upgrade at all because that’s only valid for IF cards. Since he already had an IF card, 84 rated, and since new OVR rating equals his existing first in-form’s rating, this was automatically upgraded to 87, which corresponded to the three points upgrade his regular card received. However, since there is no other card with a better rating than this one, EA may decide to upgrade it to 85. Any potential future IF card would be rated over the new IF rating.

 

Example 2

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Guide - Rules, Release Date and FAQ

Player: Christian Eriksen (Spurs)
NIF Rating (day 1): 84
Boost: +1
UP Rating: 85
First IF Rating: 86

In this case, the new overall rating is lower than the one from the first IF card. The new 85 rated card replaces the 84 rated one in packs, but the overall ratings of his three IF cards don’t change. If the boost was two points, the three TOTW cards would be also improved. However, if you pay attention to the image, you will see that the stats of the IF cards have changed. For each attribute, the bonuses were the same of the difference between the regular and the UP card. This was how it was supposed to work on previous years but not in FIFA 17.

 

Example 3

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Guide - Rules, Release Date and FAQ

Player: Loïs Diony (Dijon)
NIF Rating (day 1): 70
Boost: +2
UP Rating: 72
First IF Rating: 73

Let’s give another example with another player that will probably receive an upgrade. The rating of his new NIF card (72) will be lower than the rating of his first IF card (73). It may looks natural to you that his IF card doesn’t get an upgrade but it isn’t so obvious. In fact, that only happens because his UP card isn’t upgraded across quality tiers. If, for example, his TOTW card was 76 rated and his new card was 75 rated, all the IF cards would be upgraded accordingly except the lower-qualify IF card.

 
 

To know all the upgrades rules, including for Scream, Movember, SBC, FC & POTM cards, click here

 

 
 
 
 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Players Cards Prices

What happens to the UP cards’ prices?
 

As we would expect, as soon as the FIFA 17 upgraded players cards are released their price stays fixed way above the regular ones. These, on the other hand, start their way down. Also, with time the UP cards lose value once their quantity starts being superior to the rest of the cards. The price difference between the UP card initially and the regular card depends on many factors, such as the number of rating points gained, stats bonuses or an eventual position change.

When the player already has at least one IF card, this card is improved in the same proportion as the regular. There are people who choose the risk to invest in IF cards of players that have good chances of receiving an UP in advance because they know that in case that happens the return will be enormous. The bigger the player’s rating and popularity, the bigger is the IF card’s appreciation. In some cases profit can surpass 300%. At a long run, the cheapest cards lose value, while the most expensive ones slowly have their price increased. If you’re thinking about investing in these cards, be careful not to bet on the cards that are already being way too speculated. It’s just that sometimes the speculation is so big around determined cards that, after the upgrades, the improved IF cards’ market prices are inferior to what they were before the announcement. On the other hand, if you have a NIF of a player you think is going to receive an upgrade, it may be a good idea to sell him in advance so you minimize the loss.

 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Guide

 
To understand better the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades prices, please click here (available soon)

 

 
 
 
 

FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades FAQ

What you need to know about cards from the FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades
 

Q: What is the an UP card?
A: It is a non-day 1 regular card that updates the ratings and the stats of the most inform players.

Q: How are players upgraded on FIFA 17 Ultimate Team?
A: Different to what happens on other game modes, the players aren’t automatically updated throughout the season according to their appearances in real life. Some may receive In Form cards, but most players remain with the characteristics they were given at the start of the season. In Ultimate Team, upgrades & downgrades are made through the release of new cards in determined periods.

Q: What happens exactly if a player receives a Winter upgrade?
A: When a player is upgraded, the cards that start coming in packs have got the new ratings and attributes according to their performance on the real life pitch.

Q: Who chooses the players to be upgraded?
A: A dedicated team from EA Sports.

Q: How do player upgrade cards look like?
A: They are regular cards (gold, silver and bronze).

Q: What’s the difference between the original card and the new one?
A: Only rating and stats change. In some cases the position can also be updated. All the rest remains the same.

Q: How long are FIFA 17 Winter Upgrades Players cards available in FIFA packs?
A: As soon as they are released for the first time, they remain in packs until the end of the game, replacing the day 1 cards.

Q: If I have a card of a player that is to receive an upgrade, will this card get upgraded?
A: No. It remains exactly the same, with the original rating and attributes that were defined initially in the game.

Q: Can a player change categories if he is upgraded enough for that to happen?
A: Yes. As long as the upgrade gives him enough points for that, a player’s NIF card can go from bronze to silver or from silver to gold.

Q: If I have an In Form card of a player that is to receive an upgrade, will this card get upgraded?
A: Depends. Different to what happens with the NIF cards, the IF cards released before the upgrades will be upgraded in the same proportion as those (but automatically) if an upgraded player’s new OVR rating equals or surpasses his existing first in-form’s rating.

Q: Why are there some In Form cards that didn’t receive an upgrade although their NIF did?
A: First because probably the upgraded player’s new OVR rating does not equal or surpass his existing in-form’s rating. If it does, then it is because the upgraded player with an existing IF gets upgraded across Quality tiers (eg. Silver to Gold).

Q: Why wasn’t a certain player’s IF card upgraded if his NIF and UP were of the same category?
A: Probably because that IF card already had the maximum rating for its category: 64 or 74.

Q: It is possible to exist two regular cards of the same player with different ratings?
A: Yes. That’s what happens when a player receives an upgrade, two cards start coexisting: one corresponds to the start of the season and the other has got improved ratings and attributes.

Q: When there’s an upgrade, which cards are the ones that come in packs?
A: The new ones.

Q: Which cards are released first: transfers or upgrades?
A: Transfers.

Q: Do all upgraded players get a new card?
A: Yes. Although, if you own a regular card of a player that was upgraded there won’t be any alterations.

Q: The NIF and TOTW cards are the only ones to be upgraded?
A: No. Every single IF card has the chance to be upgraded, which includes for example the Heroes and Record Breaker cards.

Q: How can I predict which players have good chances of receiving an upgrade card?
A: Even if you don’t keep up much with the real life football, there are two indicators to help out in this prediction: the number of a player’s IF cards; constant rating upgrades on H2H.

Q: Can a player be downgraded?
A: Yes.

Q: How many points are the players upgraded by normally?
A: For most gold players the upgrade is of just 1 or 2 points. Silver and bronze players are usually upgraded by at least 4 points, while in exceptional cases this upgrade can sometimes reach 15 points.

Q: Do the player’s upgraded stats increase proportionally?
A: Generally, yes.

Q: Can I have both the original and the new card in my club?
A: Yes. However, a squad can only have one of them.

Q: Can a transferred player receive an upgraded card?
A: Yes, he can. Although EA Sports try separating player transfers/player upgrades, there are rare cases in which the same player is both transferred and upgraded at the same time. In that case both situations are passed on to one single card.

Q: What advantage do the FIFA 17 Winter upgrades bring us?
A: The upgrades increase the squads’ quality level, diminishing the differences between the game and real life football. Besides, they can also represent good trading opportunities, mainly when it comes to IF cards.

Q: I already have a squad. What is it good to me?
A: If you’re already “done” with your squad, the upgrades increase your improvement opportunities. If your squad is based on a league, for example, upgrades can improve the players you already have or they can promote others for a position or two.

Q: What cares should I take with these new cards coming?
A: If you want to buy a NIF, make sure you’re not paying the price the UP demands. If you want to sell an UP, make sure you’re not selling for the corresponding NIF price.

 
 

Winter Upgrades of previous years:

 
 

Born in the late 70s, Rodrigo Lopes is a video game enthusiast. He started on the old ZX Spectrum 48k and has played every FIFA game to present day. He is an engineer, that also writes about FIFA games on another popular website. Rodrigo is an Ultimate Team expert, he loves football and is a huge Benfica fan. He has influenced thousands of FIFA gaming fans with his cutting edge insights and scientific level approach to writing about FIFA gaming modes. Join him on Google Plus.

58 COMMENTS

  1. If there is a silver card rated 73 on first day and has only got a TOTW card once pushing him up to a 74 overall. If he gets a + 3 upgrade will his IF card move up to a Gold IF 77 overall and his normal silver card a 76 gold? Thanks for the article and I’d be grateful if you could reply to my question.
    Thanks

  2. I have Ousmane Dembélé OTW card. If he gets a upgrade from 77 to 80, the OTW card will still be at 84? And i wonder if i should sell him now, or wait until the upgrade. Wil he go up or down in price?

    • Good questions. We believe that all untradeable cards, like FUT Champions cards you receive on monthly rewards, will not be upgraded. However, we will have to wait until an official announcement.
      You can read more about it here.

  3. Will there be any completely new cards from winter transfers? As in a new player that doesn’t have a card in FUT at the moment but got transferred to a team represented in FUT during the winter transfer window, will he get a card in this update or will it only happen in the summer update?

  4. if i have IF cards will they automatically upgrade or do i have to buy the new cards?
    like i have the 87 rated IF Mertens but his base IF is 85 and his regular card is probably going to an 85 so what will happen and what should i do?

  5. I have a question. I have balotelli 84 totw. Balotelli also has a 80 scream card. Lets say balotelli gets an upgrade to 81. Will my 84 totw get upgraded?

    Ps. Nice job with the website, helps out a lot 🙂

    • Thank you.
      That is a good question. Since this is the first time we have scream cards, there is no way to know what will happen. We believe that your 84 rated card will be upgraded but there is nothing official about that.
      For more details please check this.

  6. i have jordan henderson movember 81 and his new winter upgrade card is 82 .
    and he was 80. what happen with the movember 81 card.
    upgrade he to 83 rating

  7. How about the scream team or the movember special cards; eg mohamed salah; if mohamed salah get upgraded will the scream team version of salah get upgraded as well automatically ?

  8. Will players from team of the group stage get upgraded if there regular card gets an upgrade e.g. Ousmane Dembele

  9. Hi,
    I have 87 IF Lukaku. Will that Card get beter if the normal Card becomes 85, equal with his Halloweencard, bit -1 of his first IFcard?

    Greets

  10. Hi Rodrigo.
    I have a Blue SBC Defoe, IF Defoe and IF Moses.… if Moses or/and Defoe is upgraded, will the blue SBC card and the two IF go up maybe?
    Thanks

    • Hi. We still don’t know if SBC cards will be upgraded or not.4
      Moses and Defoe IF cards will be upgraded only if their upgraded player’s new OVR rating equals or surpasses their existing first in-form’s rating

  11. Do u believe OTW cards will be more valuable than say Dembele’s highest rated IF after the winter upgrades?

  12. I have a blue and white Dzeko… if he is upgraded will the blue and white infirm go up and how about ones to watch cards as wel?

  13. Thank you for the really helpful information Rodrigo. I was thinking of investing some money on IF cards that are likely to get an upgrade. I was thinking of investing in diego costas IF card. He has two and my question is witch one of his two do you think will make more profit. One has 86 and the other 87 rating. Will they both get an automatic upgrade or will only one of them get?
    Or do you recommend any other players that will make more of a profit. Like Kante or Sanches or whoever? And final question when is the best time to buy the IF cards that i am going to invest in. When will they be as cheapest?

    • Hi. Thank you.
      1) Since his UP card has, at least, the same rating of his IF1 card, all cards will be upgraded.
      2) It’s up to you in which card you should invest. In my opinion, never invest in the lower rated card.
      3) The best day to buy them should be January 9 but nothing is guaranteed.
      Regards

  14. Excellent piece as always Rodrigo! One question, do you know if there has been any confirmation as to whether SBC cards will also be affected by the winter upgrades in the same way that other IF cards are?

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