FIFA 18 Icons Players List

FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends of Football

 
 

FIFA 18 Icons are the new name of the old FIFA Legends. Play with the most iconic legends of football in FIFA 18 Ultimate Team on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. In this page we publish the confirmed and estimated FIFA 18 Icons Players list.

 
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FIFA 18 Icons Players List

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FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇬🇧 ALAN SHEARER

Alan Shearer (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English centre-forward. After a stunning debut for Southampton where Shearer scored a hat-trick, he made the move to big spending Blackburn Rovers in 1992 where he would later obtain a Premier League winners medal. A return home to his beloved Newcastle soon followed when Shearer joined for a world record fee of £15 million. Shearer retired in 2006 after scoring 206 goals for Newcastle to make him their highest ever goalscorer.

 

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✔️ 🇮🇹 ALESSANDRO DEL PIERO

Alessandro Del Piero (born 9 November 1974) is a retired Italian football legend. He is most known for his time at Juventus, where he was and still is one of the most accomplished and respected players in the club’s history. He made his professional debut with Serie B side Padova in 1992 and in 1993 earned a transfer to Juventus, where he played for 19 seasons. Del Piero was revered for his attacking and creative play. He was most famous for his left sided attacks where he would dribble in from wide, cutting across the edge of the area and curling a finesse shot into the top corner. This was known throughout as the “Del Piero Zone”.


 
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❌ 🇮🇹 ALESSANDRO NESTA

Alessandro Nesta (born 19 March 1976) is considered one of the best Italian defenders in history. Nesta joined his local side Lazio at the age of 9 and eventually made his first team debut in 1994. After establishing himself as one of the best defenders in the country, financial troubles meant Lazio had to sell Nesta for just over €30m to AC Milan. Nesta was named Italian defender of the year from 2000 to 2004, and despite suffering injury at the tournament, he was a World Cup winner in 2006 with Italy.


 
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🇺🇸 ALEXI LALAS

Alexi Lalas (born 1 June 1970) is a retired United States central defender. Lalas came to international prominence in 1994 during the United States hosted World Cup, playing 90 minutes in all four matches. Famed for his ginger locks and long beard, Lalas went on to earn an impressive 96 caps for the national team. After retiring in 1999, Lalas reversed his decision in 2001 and joined MLS side LA Galaxy where he later helped them to win the 2002 MLS Cup.


 
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❌ 🇩🇪 ANDREAS BREHME

Andreas Brehme (Born November 9 1960) is retired German wingback, and was known as one of the greatest free-kick takers in football. Brehme is best renowned for having the ability to play the game with both feet in equal measure. Although primarily left footed, he would display equal finesses and skill with his right foot, in fact choosing to take penalties with his right foot, and using his left for corners and free-kicks.


 
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❌ 🇺🇦 ANDRIY SHEVCHENKO

Andriy Shevchenko (born 29 September 1976) is a retired Ukrainian striker. Shevchenko started his career at Dynamo Kyiv and scored an average of one goal every two games, helping Kyiv win five consecutive league titles. Shevchenko was known for having everything – pace, power, two great feet and strong aerial ability. These strengths led Milan to pay a then-record fee of €25m for his services, which he repaid by scoring 175 goals in 322 appearances during two spells with the Italian giants. Shevchenko later won the Ballon d’Or in 2004, and captained Ukraine in the 2006 World Cup finals.


 
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❌ 🇬🇧 BOBBY MOORE

Bobby Moore (born 12 April 1941) is regarded as English football’s greatest hero. A centre-back by trade, Moore’s game was typified by his exceptional composure and defensive intuition. He was known for being a world-class defender, leader, icon and a true champion. Made captain of his country at 22, Moore led his club side, West Ham United to domestic and European silverware in 1964 and 1965 respectively, before taking England to glory on home soil in the 1966 World Cup. Bobby Moore’s legacy – both as a footballer and as a man – lives on today, and will do for generations to come.


 
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❌ 🇩🇰 BRIAN LAUDRUP

Brian Laudrup (born 22 February 1969 in Vienna, Austria), is a retired Danish attacker. Laudrup enjoyed success at many European clubs, and won silverware at Brøndby, Bayern Munich, AC Milan, Glasgow Rangers and Chelsea. It was at Rangers where Laudrup had his greatest success, winning three consecutive Scottish Premier League titles. Famed for his breath taking dribbling and ability to create chances for teammates, Laudrup is a record holder of the Danish Player of the Year award, winning it four times. He retired at Ajax in 2000 and amassed 82 Danish caps and scored 21 international goals.


 
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❌ 🇪🇸 EMÍLIO BUTRAGUEÑO

Emilio Butragueño was born on 22 July 1963 and is a retired Spanish striker. Butragueño joined the youth system of his home town club Madrid in 1981, and after later excelling in the Real Madrid B side, he made his professional debut against Cádiz CF on 5 February 1984. He quickly catapulted to fame and helped Madrid to 6 La Liga titles and several domestic and European cups during the 80’s and 90’s. Butragueño made a total of 69 appearances for Spain and memorably scored four goals against Denmark at the 1986 World Cup finals. He retired in 1998 after a spell at Club Celaya in Mexico.


 
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✔️ 🇪🇸 CARLES PUYOL

Carles Puyol Saforcada (born 13 April 1978) is a retired Spanish defender and an FC Barcelona club legend. Puyol joined the FC Barcelona youth system in 1995 and made his first team debut in 1999. Taking over as captain in 2004, Puyol led FC Barcelona to 6 league titles and many cup successes. He won exactly 100 caps for Spain which included a career highlight of winning the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. Puyol retired in 2014 having made just shy of 600 first team appearances in FC Barcelona colours.


 
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❌ 🇨🇴 CARLOS VALDERRAMA

Carlos Valderrama (born September 2 1961) is a retired Colombian midfielder who was one of the most famous and recognizable players of his generation, due in large part to his signature blonde afro. A player of great vision and technique, Valderrama was known for his football brain, allowing him to provide pin-point passes to team mates of both club and country. Valderrama is an icon in his native Colombia and in the United States, where he played domestic football in the mid 1990’s. Valderama is still considered one of the league’s biggest icons and greatest ever players.


 
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❌ 🇮🇹 CHRISTIAN VIERI

Christian Vieri (born 12 July 1973 in Bologna) is a former Italian striker whose glittering career saw him play for 13 different club teams and score almost 200 senior league goals. After successful spells in Spain and Italy, Internazionale paid a then world record £32 million fee for the striker, who repaid in kind by scoring 103 league goals in just 143 appearances. Vieri was named Italian footballer of the Year in 1999 and 2002 and went on to set the record for the most headed goals scored in Serie A, thanks to his incredible strength and aerial ability.


 
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❌ 🇬🇧 DAVID SEAMAN

David Seaman (born 19 September 1963 in Rotherham) is one of the greatest English goalkeepers of all time playing for England for a record 15 consecutive years. As well as keeping the most clean sheets (130) during the first 10 years of the Premier League, Seaman was a key member of an Arsenal side which won him an incredible 22 medals during his spell at Highbury. Known for his excellent penalty-saving record and superb shot stopping ability, he retired from the game in 2004 after making 1030 senior appearances during a 22 year career.


 
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❌ 🇭🇷 DAVOR ŠUKER

Davor Šuker (born 1 January 1968 in Yugoslavia) was a Croatian striker whose career peaked during the 1990s. Šuker’s club career saw him enjoy spells at Osijek, Dinamo Zagreb, Sevilla, Real Madrid, Arsenal, West Ham and then, finally 1860 Munich, but his greatest success came with his country, Croatia, on the world stage. With a hugely impressive 45 goals in 69 appearances, Šuker remains Croatia’s leading goal-scorer and arguably the greatest striker in his country’s history. His finest moment came in the 1998 World Cup where Šuker won the Golden Boot with 6 goals.


 
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✔️ 🇵🇹 DECO

Deco (born 27 August 1977) is a retired, Brazilian-born, Portuguese attacking midfielder. Despite his upbringing in Brazil, Deco ended up in Portugal at the age of 19 and soon joined Porto where he made his name on the world stage. After five highly successful years at Porto, Deco made a big money switch to Barcelona and was named Ballon d’Or runner up later that same year. After a later spell at Chelsea, Deco ended his career at Fluminense in his native Brazil. It looks that he will keep playing at least for another season, as one of the FIFA 18 Icons.


 
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❌ 🇳🇱 DENNIS BERGKAMP

Dennis Bergkamp (born 10 May 1969) is a technically gifted, former Dutch striker most famed for his spells with his home town Ajax and later at English side Arsenal. Nicknamed “The non-flying Dutchman” due to his fear of flying, Bergkamp’s career really took off at Ajax in the early 1990s when he scored 75 goals in just 91 league appearances. Bergkamp later moved to England where he joined Arsenal and became a key member of Arsenal’s “Invincibles” side. He is also remembered for scoring one of the greatest Premier League goals of all time against Newcastle in 2002.


 
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✔️ 🆕 🇦🇷 DIEGO MARADONA

Diego Maradona (born 30 October 1960 in Buenos Aires) is a retired Argentine footballer. Regarded by many as one of the greatest footballers of all time, Maradona was joint winner of the FIFA Player of the 20th Century award. During a career which included spells in Argentina, Spain and Italy, Maradona is the only footballer to have twice broken the world record transfer fee when signing for Barcelona and Napoli. Maradona scored 34 goals in 91 appearances for Argentina, winning the 1986 World Cup and the FIFA Goal of the Century award for his second goal against England in 1986. He is one of the greatest FIFA 18 Icons.


 
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❌ 🆕 🇧🇷 DUNGA

Dunga (born on October 31 1963 in Ijuí) is a retired Brazilian defensive midfielder. Despite his small stature, Dunga’s excellent footballing brain led him to become one of the greatest defensive midfielders in the world. Dunga was Brazil’s captain as they won the 1994 World Cup, and was also captain for the 1998 tournament. He received 91 caps for Brazil and played for many club teams, with his four year spell at Fiorentina being his lengthiest stay at any club. Dunga retired in 2000 and moved into management, including four years as manager of the Brazilian national team. Dunga makes part of the new FIFA 18 Icons.


 
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❌ 🇳🇱 EDWIN VAN DER SAR

Edwin van der Sar (born 29 October 1970) is a retired Dutch goalkeeper regarded as one of the best keepers of all time. A double winner of European silverware and winner of eight league titles with Ajax (4) and Manchester United (4), van der Sar holds the world record for consecutive clean sheets which he set in 2009 by going 1,311 minutes unbeaten. He is the Netherlands’ most capped player with 130 caps, and the only player to receive the Dutch Football Goalkeeper of the Year award over four consecutive seasons.


 
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❌ 🇫🇷 EMMANUEL PETIT

Emmanuel Petit (born 22 September 1970) is a retired French midfielder. During his early career with Monaco, Petit often played in defence, but cemented his position at CDM shortly before joining Arsenal in 1997. Known for his hardworking performances in the middle of the park – and with a strong left foot, Petit won the double with Arsenal in 1998. He helped France lift both the 1998 FIFA World Cup™, where he scored a memorable goal in the final against Brazil, and the Euro 2000 title. Petit joined Barcelona in the summer of 2000, but moved to Chelsea one year later before eventually retiring at the age of 35 after succumbing to injuries.


 
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❌ 🇮🇹 FABIO CANNAVARO

Fabio Cannavaro (born 13 September 1973 in Naples) is widely regarded as being one of the greatest defenders of his generation. His career highlight came in 2006 as Cannavaro famously captained his country to World Cup glory with incredible displays which saw him nicknamed “The Berlin Wall”. A winner of both the Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year in 2006, he went on to become Italy’s most capped player with 136 appearances for his country. After a successful club career which saw him win honours at both Parma and Real Madrid, he retired from the game in 2011.


 
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❌ 🇪🇸 FERNANDO HIERRO

Fernando Hierro (born 23 March 1968 in Vélez-Málaga) was a Spanish defender most fondly remembered for his time as captain for Real Madrid and the Spanish national team. During his fourteen year spell at Madrid, Hierro achieved the incredible feat of scoring over 100 goals – including 21 in a single season – to make him one of the highest regarded defenders of his generation. He featured in four Spanish World Cup squads and made 89 appearances for his country, earning himself a highly impressive 29 goals, winning an impressive 5 La Liga titles and several European trophies at Madrid.


 
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❌ 🆕 🇪🇸 FERNANDO MORIENTES

Fernando Morientes (born 5 April 1976 in Cáceres) is a retired Spanish striker. Famed for his excellent aerial ability, Morientes’ form for Zaragoza in 1997 prompted Spanish giants Real Madrid to take him to the Bernabeu for a reported £6.3m. Whilst at Real, Morientes won two La Liga titles, six European medals, and scored a total of 99 goals. After a successful loan spell at Monaco where he won European glory, Morientes moved to Liverpool and won more silverware in the form of an FA Cup winner’s medal. Morientes played in two World Cups and scored 27 goals in 47 appearances for Spain.


 
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❌ 🇮🇹 FILIPPO INZAGHI

Filippo Inzaghi (born 9 August 1973 in Piacenza) is a former Italian striker. Renowned for playing on the shoulder of the last defender, Inzaghi began his career at his hometown of Piacenza. He later spent time at Parma and then Atalanta, where he went on to make his name and become Serie A’s top goal-scorer with 24 goals in the 1996-97 season. Inzaghi would later play for two Italian giants in the form of Juventus and AC Milan, where scored a combined 215 goals in 465 appearances. Inzaghi scored 25 goals during an excellent international career and won a World Cup winners medal in 2006.


 
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❌ 🇮🇹 FRANCO BARESI

Franco Baresi (born 8 May 1960) is a retired one-club Italian defender. After growing up in Travagliato, Baresi moved to Milan where he joined AC, and would go on to captain the side for 15 years. In a glittering career spanning 20 years, he carved out a reputation as one of the greatest defenders of his generation. At the age of just 22, Baresi was part of the Italy squad who lifted the World Cup in 1982, and later captained the side at the 1994 tournament. Baresi won 6 Serie A titles with Milan, many European medals and was rewarded with Silver Award at the 1989 Ballon d’Or.


 
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❌ 🇳🇱 FRANK DE BOER

Frank de Boer (born 15 May 1970) is a former Dutch central defender who made a then record of 112 appearances for his country. After 11 seasons at Ajax, where he won five Eredivisie titles, de Boer became one of the world’s most expensive defenders when alongside brother Ronald, he made the move to Spanish giants Barcelona. Not content with the incredible success of his playing career, he eventually made the move into management and made an instant impact at Ajax as he led them to their 30th Eredivisie title in his first year in the job. Decent player to any team with FIFA 18 Icons.


 
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❌ 🇳🇱 FRANK RIJKAARD

Frank Rijkaard (born 30 September 1962) is a legendary Dutch footballer who is widely regarded as one of the best central midfielders of all time. Rijkaard’s successful career saw him start and end his career at Ajax, winning 5 Eredivisie titles and one European medal with his home town club. He then moved to Italy where he won a further 10 trophies whilst part of arguably the greatest club side in history with AC Milan. Rijkaard later made the move into management and claimed two La Liga titles with Barcelona, earning the UEFA Manager of the Year award in 2006.


 
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❌ 🇩🇪 FRANZ BECKENBAUER

Franz Beckenbauer (born 11 September 1945) is a retired German footballer who is widely thought of as the greatest German footballer of all time, and regarded as one of the best players the game has ever produced. Beckenbauer’s career peaked during the 1960’s and 70’s whilst at Bayern Munich, where he won multiple domestic and European titles. On the international front, Beckenbauer amassed 103 caps for West Germany and featured in three World Cup finals, captaining the side to success in 1974. The “Kaiser” went on to repeat this feat as manager on West Germany in 1990.


 
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❌ 🇸🇪 FREDDIE LJUNGBERG

Fredrik “Freddie” Ljungberg (born 16 April 1977 in Vittsjö) is a retired Swedish winger. After a successful spell at his childhood club Halmstads, Arsenal paid £3m for his services which made him Sweden’s most expensive footballer at that time. Whilst at Arsenal, Ljungberg won several major honours, including two Premier League titles, three FA Cup winners’ medals, and was named the Premier League Player of the Season for 2001-02. Ljungberg played for his national team 75 times, with the highlight being his winning goal at the 2006 World Cup finals against Paraguay during the group stages.


 
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❌ 🇬🇧 GARY LINEKER

Gary Lineker (born 30 November 1960) is a retired English striker whose goal scoring record during the 80s and 90s in England made him one of the most prolific scorers of his time. Lineker is to date the only Englishman to win the Golden Boot award at a World Cup finals, and won numerous individual goal scoring awards throughout his career. As well as being renowned for his crisp finishing, Lineker famously ended his time as a player with the incredible feat having never been booked through his entire career.


 
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❌ 🇬🇧 GARY NEVILLE

Gary Neville (born 18 February 1975) is a retired English defender. Forming a part of the highly successful Manchester United youth team of 1991, Neville made his first team debut in 1992 and never looked back. A rare one-club man, Neville spent 19 years at United and won eight Premier League titles, including two as club captain. Widely regarded as the best English right-back of the last 30 years, Neville made 85 appearances for his country over a 12 year period. After retiring from the game in 2011, Neville made a highly successful move into television punditry.


 
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❌ 🇮🇹 GENNARO GATTUSO

Gennaro Gattuso (born 9 January 1978) is a retired defensive midfielder. Renowned for his strength and aggressive style, Gattuso enjoyed a successful stint early in his career at Scottish giants Rangers. However, the majority of his career was spent at AC Milan where he played for 13 years and won several pieces of silverware, including 2 Serie A titles. Gattuso was a crucial part of the 2006 Italian World Cup winning team and later ended his career in 2013 at FC Sion as player-manager.


 
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❌ 🇬🇧 GEORGE BEST

George Best (born 22 May 1946) was one of the greatest footballers to play the game. Famed for the 11 years he spent at Manchester United, Best was a Ballon d’Or winner in 1968 and helped United lift the European Cup the same year. Renowned for his incredible dribbling ability, Best was called “the greatest player in the world” by Brazilian legend Pelé, and with 37 caps was said to be the “greatest player to ever pull on the green shirt of Northern Ireland” by the Irish Football Association.


 
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❌ 🇱🇷 GEORGE WEAH

George Weah (born 1 October 1966 in Monrovia) is a retired Liberian striker widely regarded as the greatest African footballer of all time. Weah started his career in Liberia before making the move to Europe, where he enjoyed successful spells with Monaco, PSG, AC Milan, Chelsea, Manchester City and Marseille. His excellent performances in the early 90s led to Weah winning an individual treble as he was named World, European and African Player of the Year. Weah later won the African Player of the Century award largely because of his incredible performances in France and Italy.


 
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❌ 🇷🇴 GHEORGE HAGI

Gheorghe Hagi (born 5 February 1965 in Săcele) is regarded as the best Romanian footballer of all time. Starting his career in his native Romania, Hagi became the most expensive Romanian footballer when Real Madrid paid €4.3 million for his services. After a successful spell at Real, Hagi became one of the few players to play for Spain’s top two clubs when he later joined Barcelona. He ended his club career at Galatasaray where he won four consecutive league titles and two European titles. Known as ‘The King’ in his homeland, Hagi received 124 caps for Romania, and scored a record 35 goals.


 
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❌ 🇮🇹 GIANFRANCO ZOLA

Gianfranco Zola (born 5 July 1966 in Oliena) was an Italian trequartista. After starting his career at Nuorese in Sardinia, Zola established himself as one of the most exciting attackers in the game. Fast-paced, technically gifted and a free-kick specialist, Zola also played for Torres, Napoli and Parma in Italy, before making the move to England, where he joined Chelsea. Zola enjoyed his most successful spell at Chelsea, winning two FA Cups, a League Cup and two European medals. Zola retired in 2005 and later made the move into management.


 
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❌ 🇸🇪 HENRIK LARSSON

Henrik “Henke” Larsson (born 20 September 1971) is a striker who was born and raised in Helsingborg, Sweden. After successful spells in Sweden and Holland, Larsson really stamped his mark on the game when he moved to Scotland to join Celtic in 1997, where he broke numerous goal-scoring records. Renowned as a player with a fantastic footballing brain, Larsson then joined Barcelona and played a starring role in their famous 2006 European final win. He made over 100 appearances for the Swedish national team and was part of the side that finished third at the 1994 World Cup.


 
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❌ 🇦🇷 HERNÁN CRESPO

Hernán Crespo (born 15 July 1975 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) had his career take off after moving to Europe in 1996, shortly after winning a silver medal with Argentina at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Renowned for being an excellent finisher with strong aerial ability, Crespo became the world’s most expensive footballer in 2000, after Lazio paid a reported £35 million for his services. He scored 35 international goals to make him his country’s second highest ever goal scorer at the time he retired in 2012.


 
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❌ 🆕 🇯🇵 HIDETOSHI NAKATA

Hidetoshi Nakata (born 22 January 1977 in Yamanashi Prefecture) is a retired Japanese midfielder. Nakata began his career at Bellmare Hiratsuka, before moving to Italian club Perugia in 1998. After a season and a half at Perugia, Nakata moved to Roma for a fee of over €21 million, and helped them win the Serie A title in 2001. After his successful spell in Rome, Nakata moved to Parma for a reported €28 million and cemented his reputation as one of the best Japanese footballers of all time. Nakata retired at the age of 29 following a short loan in England with Bolton Wanderers. He is one of the few Asian FIFA 18 Icons.


 
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❌ 🇧🇬 HRISTO STOICHKOV

Hristo Stoichkov [Born February 8 1966] is a retired Bulgarian footballer and is regarded as the greatest Bulgarian player of all time. He was a member of the famous Barcelona dream team that dominated Spanish football and were also crowned European champions in 1994. The same year, he led Bulgaria to a best ever, fourth place finish in the 1994 FIFA World Cup where he was named as joint top goal scorer, awarded the bronze ball and named European player of the year.


 
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❌ 🆕 🇲🇽 HUGO SÁNCHEZ


 
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❌ 🇬🇧 JAMMIE CARRAGHER

Jamie Carragher (born 28 January 1978) is a retired English central defender. A one club man, Carragher made his Liverpool debut in 1997 and went on to play 736 more times to become the 2nd highest appearance holder in Liverpool’s history. After moving from right back to centre back, Carragher became an integral part of the side that won two European trophies in 2005 and the FA Cup the following season. He also made 38 appearances for England, briefly coming out of international retirement to play in the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.


 
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❌ 🇫🇮 JARI LITMANEN

Jari Litmanen (born 20 February 1971) is a retired attacking midfielder, widely regarded as the greatest Finnish footballer of all time. Litmanen started his career at Reipas and after stints at HJK and MyPa, he joined Dutch giants Ajax. It was here where Litmanen made his name and won countless domestic and European titles, scoring 96 goals in 179 league games in his two spells with the club. Litmanen later played for giants Barcelona and Liverpool and amassed a record 137 caps for Finland.


 
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❌ 🇦🇷 JAVIER ZANETTI

Retired right-back Javier Zanetti (born 10 August 1973) is the leading Argentine cap holder. Despite having comparably short spells with Talleres and Banfield, it is Internazionale where Zanetti cemented his place as one of the game’s all time greats. He holds the record for number of appearances for an outfield player with 1123 matches, and famously captained Inter to five consecutive Serie A titles. One of the games most respected professionals, Zanetti retired from football in 2014 and he’s now one of the FIFA 18 Icons.


 
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✔️ 🇳🇬 JAY-JAY OKOCHA

Jay-Jay Okocha (born August 14 1973) is a former Nigerian international and a midfielder of great technique and skill. He started his professional career in Germany, before eventually moving to Turkey, France, England and Qatar, before ending his career at Hull City. It was during his time in Germany that he made his name, but his spell at Bolton Wanderers in England will ensure Jay-Jay goes down in Bolton folklore. Jay-Jay ended his career as one of the all-time great Africa players and is regarded as the greatest Nigerian player of all time.


 
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❌ 🇩🇪 JENS LEHMANN

Jens Lehmann (born 10 November 1969 in Essen) is a former German goalkeeper, who while at FC Schalke, became the first goalkeeper to score from open play in the Bundesliga. Five years later, in 2002, he won a Bundesliga title with Borussia Dortmund. After moving to North London a year later, he played in every game during Arsenal’s unbeaten Premier League season in 2003-04 earning him a Premier League winner’s medal. Lehmanns’ impressive performances for Germany during the 2006 World Cup saw him named in the FIFA All Star Team for the tournament.


 
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❌ 🇦🇷 JUAN SEBASTIÁN VERÓN

Juan Sebastián Verón (born 9 March 1975) is a retired Argentine midfielder, who spent the majority of his career in Europe playing for some of the top sides of the late 90s and early 2000s. Verón helped Parma and Lazio to domestic and continental success and earned himself a big money move to English titans Manchester United and then later to Chelsea. He would eventually return home in 2006 to boyhood club Estudiantes de La Plata and carry them to domestic and continental glory, ending a glittering career which saw him make over 600 club appearances and win 73 international caps.


 
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❌ 🇺🇸 LANDON DONOVAN

Landon Donovan (born 4 March 1982) is a retired attacker and widely considered to be the best footballer ever to come out of the United States. Despite relatively few appearances in Germany and England, Donovan’s time at LA Galaxy is where he made his greatest impact. Donovan tops the MLS all time charts in both the goals and assists categories with 144 goals and 136 assists. He appeared 157 times for the United States national team and is their record goalscorer with 57 goals. He is one of the most wanted FIFA 18 Icons by the american FIFA community.


 
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❌ 🇫🇷 LAURENT BLANC

Laurent Blanc (born November 19 1965) is a retired French footballer who is accredited with scoring the first ever golden goal in World Cup history. Blanc’s career spanned twenty years where he played for some of the biggest clubs in Europe and was a revered leader on the pitch, earning him the nickname Le Président. On the international stage, he successfully represented France at the 1998 FIFA World Cup™ and the 2000 European championships, both tournaments ended with him successfully lifting the trophy. Blanc retired in 2003 after a spell with Manchester United.


 
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✔️ 🆕 🇷🇺 LEV YASHIN

Lev Ivanovich Yashin (born 22 October 1929) is Aarguably the greatest goalkeeper in the history of the game. The “Black Spider” remains a Dynamo Moscow icon, the club where he spent his entire 20 year career. Estimated to have kept 270 clean sheets and saved over 150 penalties, Yashin remains the only keeper to ever win the Ballon d’Or. He is obviously the best goalkeeper of the FIFA 18 Icons.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🆕 🇫🇷 LILIAN THURAM

Lilian Thuram (born 1 January 1972 in Pointe-à-Pitre) is a retired French defender and record cap holder for France with 142 caps. Thuram began his career at Monaco before going to Italy to play for Parma and Juventus, where he evolved into one of the best defenders of his generation. Thuram was a key part of the French national squad which won the World Cup in 1998 and Euro 2000. After moving to Juventus in 2001, Thuram won two Serie A titles, two Italian cups and European glory in 1999. After two seasons at Barcelona, Thuram retired at the age of 36.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇩🇪 LOTHAR MATTHÄUS

Lothar Matthäus (born 21 March 1961) is Germany’s most-capped international footballer with 150 appearances, including games in a record five different World Cups. After starting his career with Borussia Mönchengladbach, he made a controversial switch to Bayern München. He won the Bundesliga seven times in two spells with Bayern, on either side of four years with Inter which included a Serie A title. In 1990 Matthäus captained Germany to World Cup glory and, later that year, won the coveted Ballon d’Or. He ended his career with the MLS’s Metrostars and you can play with him now as one of the FIFA 18 Icons.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇵🇹 LUÍS FIGO

Luís Figo (born 4 November 1972 in Lisbon) was a Portuguese attacking midfielder and remains the country’s record cap holder with 127 appearances. After beginning his career at Sporting CP, Figo made the move to Spain and Barcelona where he won numerous domestic and European honors which culminated in winning the Ballon d’Or in December 2000. After a controversial move to rivals Real Madrid for a then world record fee of £37 million, Figo’s incredible success continued before he ended his career in Italy at Internazionale where he won four consecutive Serie A titles.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇲🇽 LUÍS HERNÁNDEZ

Luis Hernández (born 22 December 1968) is a retired Mexican striker. During a career that spanned 15 seasons, Hernández scored 132 league goals in 362 appearances. Despite predominantly playing for various teams in his native Mexico, Hernández also spent time at LA Galaxy in the United States and a brief loan spell at Boca Juniors in Argentina. Named Mexican Player of the Year in 1997 and 1998, Hernández earned the nickname of ‘El Matador’ and played 85 times for his country, netting 35 goals. Retired in 2005 after a short stint at Lobos BUAP in Mexico.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇳🇱 MARC OVERMARS

Marc Overmars (born 29 March 1973) was a Dutch winger who was renowned for his blistering pace and ability. Overmars’ career began in Holland with Go Ahead Eagles and, after a spell at Willem II, he became a household name thanks to his spell at Ajax. His form there earned him a move in 1997 to Arsenal where he helped them to a domestic double in the 1997-98 season. Overmars’ move to Barcelona in July 2000 for a reported £25m was at the time the biggest transfer fee ever for a Dutch player.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇫🇷 MARCEL DESAILLY

Marcel Desailly (born 7 September 1968) was a defender and former national team record cap holder for France. He received 116 caps for his country and won both European Championship and World Cup winner’s medals. Desailly enjoyed European success with two different clubs in successive seasons with Marseille in 1993 and then Milan – where Fabio Capello converted him into a defensive midfielder, in 1994. After winning two Serie A titles in Italy, he made the move to Chelsea where he cemented his reputation as one of the best defensive players of the last 30 years.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇳🇱 MARCO VAN BASTEN

Marco van Basten (born on 31 October 1964 in Holland) is widely regarded as one of the greatest forwards of all time. Before injury cut short his career at the age of 28, van Basten won more accolades throughout his career than most players can dream of achieving. As well as being a triple winner of the Ballon d’Or, van Basten’s career highlight came in 1988 when his spectacular volley in the European Championship final helped the Netherlands to their first major piece of silverware. His club career ended with a phenomenal record of 276 goals in just 373 appearances for Ajax and AC Milan.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🆕 🇩🇪 MATTHIAS SAMMER

Matthias Sammer (born 5 September 1967 in Desden) is a retired German footballer. Regarded as Germany’s last modern sweeper, Sammer began his career at Dynamo Dresden where he won two league titles. Sammer moved to Stuttgart in 1990 and collected his first Bundesliga title the following season, before moving to Internazionale in 1993. After a short stay in Italy, Sammer joined Borussia Dortmund helping them to two Bundesliga titles, various European honours and the Ballon d’Or in 1996. Sammer also won a Euro 96 winner’s medal with Germany, before injury ended his career in 1998.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇩🇰 MICHAEL LAUDRUP

Michael Laudrup (born 15 June 1964) is a retired Danish midfielder. Laudrup’s illustrious career saw him play for many top European clubs including Brøndby, Lazio, Juventus, Real Madrid, Ajax and perhaps most famously, Barcelona. It was at Barcelona where Laudrup was part of one of the greatest teams in history, and his time there saw him impressively win four consecutive La Liga titles in the early 1990’s. Laudrup made 104 appearances for the Denmark national team and scored 37 goals. The Danish player is one of the FIFA 18 Icons.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🇬🇧 MICHAEL OWEN

Michael Owen (born 14 December 1979 in Cheshire) is a retired English striker who burst onto the scene with Liverpool in the late 1990s. In 2001, Owen’s goals helped win a famous treble for Liverpool and he ended that year with the honour of being named European Footballer of the Year. Spells at Real Madrid, Newcastle United, Manchester United and Stoke City followed and saw Owen end his club career with 222 goals in 482 matches. Owen’s international career highlight saw him named Best Young Player at the 1998 World Cup where he scored a stunning solo goal against Argentina.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇳🇴 OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJÆR

Ole Gunnar Solskjær (born 26 February 1973) is a retired Norwegian striker, most famous for his career at Manchester United. Solskjær began his career as a 17 year old at Clausenengen in his native Norway, bagging an incredible 115 goals in 109 appearances. After a spell at Molde, Solskjær moved to Manchester United where he made his name as a ‘super sub’. This was epitomised by his stoppage time goal against Bayern Munich in 1999 which won Manchester United the treble. Retired in 2007 after injury troubles and moved into management where he returned to Molde and led them to back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇩🇪 OLIVER BIERHOFF

Oliver Bierhoff (born 1 May 1968 in Karlsruhe) is a retired German striker. Bierhoff began his career at Bayer Uerdingen in 1986 but it was not until almost 10 years later that his career really took off. In February 1996, Bierhoff made his debut for the German national team and, four months later, scored the first golden goal in history, which won the Euro 96 title for Germany. In 1998 Bierhoff was Serie A’s top scorer while at Udinese, and named German Footballer of the Year. He won the Serie A title at Milan the following year, and retired in 2003 after spells at Monaco and Chievo Verona.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇮🇹 PAOLO MALDINI

Paolo Maldini (born 26 June 1968 in Milan) is a retired Italian defender and regarded as one of the greatest Italian defenders of all time. Maldini was known for being a defender who had everything and famously spent an incredible twenty five consecutive seasons at his home-town club of Milan. In total, Maldini won 26 titles and countless individual awards including runner up at the 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year awards. He went on to make the most appearances of any player in Serie A, and captained his country during an international career which saw him receive 126 caps. FIFA 18 Icons are stronger with him.


 
FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇳🇱 PATRICK KLUIVERT

Patrick Kluivert (born 1 July 1976 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch striker who, with 40 goals, holds the record as the Netherlands all-time top goal scorer. Regarded as a technically gifted striker, Kluivert also possessed great strength and excelled when playing with his back to the goal. After winning the Eredivisie twice during three successful seasons with Ajax, Kluivert had a brief spell at AC Milan before moving to Barcelona where he really made his mark on the game. He scored 122 goals during his time at the Camp Nou and helped them to a La Liga title in 1999.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🇫🇷 PATRICK VIEIRA

Patrick Vieira (born 23 June 1976 in Senegal) is considered one of the best central midfielders of the last 20 years. A tough tackling enforcer, Patrick’s football career is littered with glory that most players can only dream about. As well as winning the World Cup in 1998 and European Championship in 2000 with France, Vieira won Serie A in Italy with 3 different clubs and was named in England’s PFA Team of the Year for six successive seasons as he helped Arsenal to 11 different trophies in his nine seasons with the club.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇬🇧 PAUL SCHOLES

Paul Scholes (born 16 November 1974) is a retired English midfielder who spent his entire career with Manchester United. Officially the most decorated English footballer of all time, Scholes’ illustrious career saw him win 25 trophies. With a thunderous right foot and breathtaking passing ability, Scholes’ consistent performances for Manchester United cemented his place as one of the top Premier League players in history. Retired from international football in 2004 with 66 caps and 14 goals.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇵🇹 PAULETA

Pauleta (born 28 April 1973 in Ponta Delgada) is a retired Portuguese striker. After playing for various Portuguese and Spanish clubs, Pauleta’s form at Deportivo La Coruña helped the club to the La Liga title in 2000, and earned him a move to Ligue 1’s Bordeaux. During his time in France with les Girondins, and, later at PSG, Pauleta won the French Footballer of the Year for two consecutive seasons. After five successful years at PSG, Pauleta retired in 2008. He was the then record goal scorer for the Portuguese national team with 47 goals.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇵🇹 PAULO FUTRE

Paulo Futre (born 28 February 1966 in Montijo) was a Portuguese player known for being an exciting left winger with an excellent left foot. One of the few players to have played for the three biggest clubs in Portugal, Paulo began his career at Sporting CP before moving to Porto where he won the European Cup in 1987. That summer he moved to Atlético Madrid, and it was here where his career peaked, winning Portuguese Footballer of the Year in 1986 and 1987. His well-travelled career led him to Spain, France, Italy, England and Japan, where he eventually retired in 1998. He will now play for the FIFA 18 Icons team.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇨🇿 PAVEL NEDVĚD

Pavel Nedvěd (born 30 August 1972 in Czechoslovakia) is one of the most successful players to play for the Czech Republic. After coming to prominence with Sparta Prague in the mid 90s, Nedvěd’s career really took off after he made the move to Italy – first at Lazio and then later at Juventus, where he won several Serie A and European medals. Despite winning 91 caps and a runners-up medal with his country at the 1996 European Championships, Nedvěd’s greatest year came in 2003 when he won the Serie A Footballer of the Year award, and the illustrious Ballon d’Or.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🇧🇷 PELÉ

“The King of Football” Pelé (born on 23 October 1940 in Três Corações) was a winner of 40 club medals and countless individual accolades. Pelé is also the only footballer in history to have won three World Cup winners medals. With a ratio of just under 1 goal every game, Pelé ended his career with the unbelievable goal scoring record of 1282 goals in 1366 career appearances. Pelé still holds the world record for the number of league goals scored, and is widely accepted as the world’s greatest footballer ever. He was a legend and now he features on the FIFA 18 Icons.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🇩🇰 PETER SCHMEICHEL

Peter Schmeichel (born November 18 1963) is a retired Danish goalkeeper, and was voted the world’s best goalkeeper in 1992. He is best remembered for his successful time at Manchester United, where he helped lead the club to an unprecedented treble of league, league cup and European glory in 1999. He is a record setting goalkeeper and boasts a fine resume of awards and accolades, including the record for greatest clean sheets-to-game ratio in the English Premier League.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🇬🇧 RIO FERDINAND

Rio Ferdinand (born 7 November 1978) is a retired English central defender. Ferdinand progressed through the youth ranks at West Ham and made his debut in 1996, before moving to Leeds in November 2000 for a then record £18 million. After rapidly becoming one of the best defenders of his generation, Ferdinand once again broke the transfer record as he moved to Manchester United for just under £30 million. A technically gifted defender, Ferdinand helped United to 6 league titles and several cup successes in his 12 seasons at the club. He won 81 caps for England before retiring from football in May 2015.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇬🇧 ROBBIE FOWLER

Robbie Fowler (born 9 April 1975 in Liverpool) is a retired English striker. Born and raised in Liverpool, Robbie made a goal-scoring debut for The Reds on the 22nd September 1993. Fowler’s performances quickly earned him the nickname of ‘God’ amongst Liverpool supporters, and he lived up to his reputation with 120 league goals over eight seasons. Fowler holds the record of the Premier League’s fastest ever hat-trick, after having scored three goals in just four minutes and thirty three seconds. He ended his career in 2012 after spells in Australia and Thailand, and scored a career total of 271 goals.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🇫🇷 ROBERT PIRÈS

Robert Pirès (born 29 October 1973 in Reims) is a former French winger who was widely regarded as one of the best attacking midfielders of his generation. He boasts winners’ medals from both the World Cup in 1998 and the European Championships in 2000, where he famously provided the assist in the final which secured France the title on Golden Goals. He is fondly remembered by Arsenal fans for his six year spell at the club which peaked with the team winning two Premier League titles in 2002 and 2004 – where Pirès was an integral member of Arsenal’s unbeaten ‘Invincibles’.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇧🇷 ROBERTO CARLOS

Roberto Carlos was born on 10 April 1973 in São Paulo Brazil, and is regarded as one of the greatest left backs in history. Carlos enjoyed his greatest club success at Real Madrid, where between 1996 and 2007 he helped them to many domestic and European trophies. Famed for his powerful dead ball deliveries, Roberto’s free kick against France in ‘Le Tournoi’ is widely regarded as the greatest free kick of all time. Carlos made 125 appearances for Brazil and is a FIFA World Cup medal winner. It’s now time to play for FIFA 18 Icons.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🆕 🇧🇷 RONALDINHO

Ronaldo de Assis Moreira (born 21 March 1980) was one of the last true bohemians of football. He personifies what Jogo Bonito is all about. With endless creativity and superb technique, the Brazilian attacking midfielder was equally capable to score a beautiful goal or to serve the perfect pass for his teammates to shine. Ronaldinho won the biggest trophies in the world and he did so while playing beautifully and with a smile on his face.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🆕 🇧🇷 RONALDO NAZÁRIO

Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima (born 18 September 1976 in Rio de Janeiro) deadly mix of explosive pace, lethal finishing and dazzling skill made him one of the most feared strikers in the world. A three-time Ballon d’Or winner, Ronaldo Nazário became one of Real Madrid’s famed galácticos when he joined the club from the Italian league. He is the ambassador of the FIFA 18 Icons.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇮🇪 ROY KEANE

Roy Keane (born 10 August 1971) is a retired Irish midfielder. Renowned for his no-nonsense, tough tackling style, Keane was best known for his pivotal role as captain of Manchester United during their domination of English football in the 1990’s and 2000’s. Keane began his career in Ireland at Cobh Ramblers before moving across the waters to Nottingham Forest. After three highly successful years at Forest, which included a Full Members Cup trophy, United paid a then record British transfer fee of £3.75m for his services, and he would go on to help them lift 7 Premier League titles.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇵🇹 RUI COSTA

Rui Costa (born 29 March 1972 in Lisbon) was a Portuguese International who began his career at Benfica after joining their youth system at the age of five. After transferring to Fiorentina in 1994, he quickly went on to cement his place as one of the best attacking midfielders in the world. His impressive performances continued, and prompted AC Milan to break their transfer record by paying a reported £30 million for his services. Costa was capped 94 times by his country and ended his career back at Benfica, establishing himself as one of the greatest number 10s ever produced by Portugal.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🇳🇱 RUUD GULLIT

Ruud Gullit (born Rudi Dil, 1 September 1962) is a former Dutch midfielder. Gullit’s career peaked in the late 80’s when he was named European Footballer of the Year thanks to his exploits at PSV and later with Milan. Equally famed for his flowing dreadlocks as he was for his unrivalled athletic ability, Gullit’s career highlight came in 1988 when he captained the Netherlands to their first major trophy as they won the European Championship that summer. He later ended his playing career by winning the FA Cup with Chelsea in 1997 as player-manager.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇳🇱 RUUD VAN NISTELROOY

Ruud van Nistelrooy (born 1 July 1976 in Oss, North Brabant) is a retired Dutch striker. Ruud began his career in Holland where spells at Den Bosch, Heerenveen and PSV Eindhoven fuelled Manchester United to spend £19 million for his services. At Manchester United, van Nistelrooy cemented his place as one of the deadliest strikers in the world, scoring 150 goals in just 219 appearances. His career highlight came in 2002-03 as van Nistelrooy bagged a career best 44 goals, which helped Manchester United to the Premier League title, and Ruud to the Premier League Player of the Year award.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇬🇧 RYAN GIGGS

Ryan Giggs (born 29 November 1973) is a retired one-club man and Manchester United’s record appearance holder. As an exciting left-winger, Giggs made his debut for United in 1991 and had amassed an incredible total of 963 appearances during his illustrious career when he retired in 2014. Giggs helped Manchester United win 13 league titles along with countless other club and personal honours. Giggs received just one red card in his career, for Wales for whom he gained 64 international caps.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🆕 🇸🇦 SAMI AL-JABER


 
Jogadores Ídolos de FIFA 18 Ultimate Team


❌ 🇬🇧 SOL CAMPBELL

Sol Campbell (born 18 September 1974 in Plaistow) is a retired English defender. Campbell started his career at Tottenham Hotspur and during his time there went on to become one of the greatest English defenders of his generation. In his quest for silverware, Campbell made the move across North London to Arsenal, where he became a part of their famous ‘Invincibles’ side, winning two Premier League titles and three FA Cup winners medals. Campbell’s International career saw him appear 73 times for England and become the only player English player to appear in six consecutive major tournaments.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇸🇪 STEFAN EFFENBERG

Stefan Effenberg (born 2 August 1968 in Hamburg) is a retired German midfielder. Known for his tough, no-nonsense approach, Effenberg was a dominant force in German football during the 1990s. Effenberg started his career with his boyhood club Borussia Mönchengladbach, and enjoyed much of his success during two spells with the club, and two separate spells at Bayern Munich. Effenberg was a key figure as Bayern won 3 consecutive Bundesliga titles from 1999-2001 and was also a key player as they won European glory in 2001 – the same year he was named UEFA’s Footballer of the Year.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


❌ 🇬🇧 TEDDY SHERINGHAM

Edward “Teddy” Sheringham (born 2 April 1966) is a former English striker whose illustrious 25 year professional career saw him score over 350 goals. Sheringham holds the honour of being the Premier League’s first ever Golden Boot winner, after scoring 21 league goals in his first season at Tottenham. His career highlight came six years later, when in 1999 Sheringham scored the equaliser and then assisted the winner as Manchester United’s dramatic European comeback saw them on their way to a historic treble.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends


✔️ 🆕 🇫🇷 THIERRY HENRY

One of the Premier League’s all-time great strikers, Henry’s incredibly elegant yet unbelievably deadly finishing won him the Golden Boot four times in his eight years at the club. A World Cup winner on home turf in 1998, the Frenchman is his country’s top scorer having amassed 51 goals in 123 appearances. He was one of the most waited FIFA 18 Icons.


FIFA 18 Icons Players List - The Most Iconic Legends

❌ 🇵🇹 VÍTOR BAÍA

Vítor Baía (born 15 October 1969) is a retired Portuguese goalkeeper. After Baía’s debut in the 1988/89 season for FC Porto, he went from strength to strength and moved to Barcelona for a world record fee for a goalkeeper. After two and a half seasons in Spain, Baía returned to Porto where he won an amazing 10 league titles during his two spells and was named Best European Goalkeeper in 2004. Baía holds the record number of international appearances for a Portuguese goalkeeper with 80 caps.


 
 
 

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What about Zidane? Will he be in?

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What about Miroslav Klose?

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Gerrard? Lampard?

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