TOTW Predictions – Week 36



Keylor Navas – GK – 85 OVR Navas has often been in line for TOTW’s however he has yet to pick one up this year. Now could well be that time though after the Costa Rican made a total of six saves in Madrid’s 2-0 win which saw him pick up MOTM with a perfect 3 rating.


Jemerson – CB – 77 OVR Although Monaco pretty much had the title wrapped up last week it was mathematically confirmed mid-week and then they recorded a 3-2 win over Rennes for good measure. Costil picked up MOTM with an 8 but with Jemerson making TOTW with a 7 after he scored I can see him making the cut.

Espen Ruud – RB – 72 OVR Ruud could well miss out due to it being a Thursday match but with two goals and a clean sheet to his name from the RB position he really should be getting the nod, especially with the sheer lack of options when it comes to defenders this week.

Ben Davies – LB – 78 OVR This one’s a bit of a punt but with Spurs recording two huge wins this week I can see more than the obvious being selected. Davies contributed in both the wins with an assist over Leicester and a goal over Hull alongside playing well defensively in both matches, Hull especially.


Heung Min Son – LW – 79 OVR Kane claimed all the headlines once again scoring four in Spur’s first win before bagging another three in in their 7-1 win over Hull however with his TOTS currently in packs he is unable to pick up an IF. After 6-1 and 7-1 results, I can’t see Spurs missing out though and thus Son who has 2 goals and 2 assists over the two games makes my side.

Paulo Dybala – CAM – 86 OVR Dybala is picking up a silly amount of IF’s this year but with him picking up a goal and an assist in Juventus’s 3-0 home win over Crotone in a match which saw them officially claim the title (yet again) he could well be picking up a hero item.

Domenico Berardi – RW – 82 OVR Berardi picked up the highest mark it Italy this week after he scored one of his own alongside picking up two assists in Sassuolo’s 6-2 home win. Pointless match but they are often the high scoring ones.

Vitolo – LM – 83 OVR Sevilla picked up a convincing 5-0 win over Osasuna and although several players played well as you would expect in a convincing win Vitolo was by far the best player. The Spaniard scored twice and assisted another claiming 3 from Marca in the process.


Sergio Aguero – ST – 89 OVR The Argentine wrongfully missed out on a TOTS spot in my eyes with him always being a threat while present in the side. Despite that he will be getting a boost this week in the way of another IF. He scored twice and assisted another as City finished their season with a 5-0 away win over Hull

Alexandre Lacazette – ST – 85 OVR Lacazette could easily miss out if Ligue 1 is close on the agenda in terms of TOTS but with Bundesliga seemingly being next I am taking the punt on him getting a little boost. The Frenchman picked up an 8/10 from L’equipe after he scored twice in Lyon’s 3-3 draw with Nice.

Marco Reus – ST – 88 OVR I believe it will be the turn of Bundesliga in terms of TOTS order and with PEA being ruled out because of that I can see Reus easily sneaking in. The German played the role of striker and scored twice picking up a 1.5 from Kicker in the process.


Sergio Romero – GK – 79 OVR United have several players which could end up making the cut this week with both Pogba and Bailly being valid shouts however it is the unusual face of Romero who I am opting for. The Argentine saved a penalty along with making several other saves in United’s mid-week 0-0 draw with Southampton

Georgino Wijnaldum – CM – 81 OVR With both the title race and relegation battle both tied up all eyes were on who was getting top 4 in the EPL and courtesy of a 3-0 home win it was Liverpool who managed to claim in knocking Arsenal down to 5th. Wijnaldum is arguably the best option from the match after he scored one and assisted another.

Nicolas De Preville – LM – 77 OVR Lille were dominant with their end to the season with a comfortable 3-0 win over Nancy. Preville scored all three of those goals making him player of the week in France.

Miguel Almiron – CAM – 75 OVR The first of two MLS players to make the cut for me this week is Almiron. The Atlanta midfielder scored three of their 4 goals during a 4-1 home win over Dynamo.

Daniel Ginczek – ST – 77 OVR Stuttgart confirmed the Bundesliga 2 title courtesy of a 4-1 win on Sunday. Ginczek was involved in all the goals with three assists before grabbing one of his own. He picked up POTW with a 1 rating and I would presume that sees him pick up a hero item.

Fedor Smolov- ST – 79 OVR I’m not entirely sure how EA will work with Smolov in terms of rating but after the Russian scored a hat trick for Krasnodar this weekend I can’t see him not being selected by them.

Shinzo Koroki – ST – 73 OVR Koroki is pretty much the Clint Dempsey of the Japanese league in terms of FUT items once he receives his SIF. The striker scored all three of his sides goals in a 3-3 draw.


Christian Mathenia – GK – 74 OVR Mathenia picked up Bundesliga POTW as he made four saves in a winner takes all match with Wolfsburg of which Hamburg won 2-1. Kicker awarded his performance with the top rating possible which could easily result in him picking up a hero item.

Gerso – RW – 74 OVR Once again, we saw a multitude of hat tricks from Bronze and silver players which makes the reserves section easy, especially in terms of midfielders, Gerso falls into that category after scoring all of KC’s goals in a 3-0 win over Sounders.

Christian Jakobsen – LM – 58 OVR A second hat trick from midfield now as Jakobsen managed to score all his sides goals in their 3-0 home win over Brondby. The bronzes are coming in full force this month.

Luca Tremolada – CAM – 64 OVR Talking of Bronzes although this one is not a hat trick it’s just as good, if not better in my eyes. Tremolada managed both two goals and two assists in his sides 4-1 home win.

Ruben Farfan – ST – 67 OVR A Thursday game in Chile is not often what you will see featured in TOTW but after Farfan scored three in his sides 4-1 win he becomes hard to ignore. Looks like a very good item in terms of silver IF’s as well.

FIFA 17 Patch 1.09 download available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Electronic Arts has released the patch 1.09 of FIFA 17 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One: already available on PC, this update weighs 455 MB and improves the performance, increasing the overall stability of the game and solving some minor bugs.


EASports has distributed the new patch for FIFA 17 also on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The renovation of the football in the Canadian major, that had previously reached the PC platform, weighs 455 MB on the flagship console of Sony (also a similar weight is anticipated on the Xbox One) and merely improves the performance and overall stability of the game.

At present, no Major Update is scheduled for FIFA 17, the publisher is focusing its resources on FIFA 18 , new episode of the series that will be announced during the EA Play at E3 2017 event in Los Angeles.

In addition, the next Team of the Season came out yesterday. EA has announced that every Friday and Tuesday a new team of the season will come. It contains all lower English leagues, also the Championship, League 1 and League 2. A few interesting players are there, but nothing really exciting.

In recent days, a FIFA 18 gameplay video leaked on the web but it was unfortunately only an amateur video that was made by an artist for illustration.

FIFA 17, as we recall, is available for several months on the platform of PC and current generation consoles, namely PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Berlin FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Champions Finals


This FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Champions Finals weekend is over. Find out what happened in Berlin.

Berlin FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Champions Finals Resume


The FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship Series has come to a close and what a ride it was. Drama, upsets and new stars being born were the main storylines in Berlin as we crowned the best FIFA player in the world.

Over the course of seven events that took place around the world we saw incredible action. In the end, the best of the best converged in Berlin, Germany to determine who the top FIFA 17 Ultimate Team competitor was. The answer came from Ornans, France, the hometown of Corentin “Vitality Rockyy” Chevrey. Chevrey captured the Ultimate Team Championship crown in a spirited two-legged affair that was worthy of a final.


During the road to Berlin, we saw six players lift regional titles. However, none of them was able to replicate their success at the Ultimate Team Championship in Berlin. Daniele “Prinsipe” Paolucci, Giuseppe “GUASTELLA” Guastella, Aldossary “MSdossary7” Mossad, and Khalid “ThE RoYaL” Aloufi were unable to qualify for the knockout rounds. exiting the competition after the group stage. Only Tassal “Hashtag Tass” Rushan and Rafael Salles “Rafifa13” Leite Fortes, progressed to the knockout rounds. The PSG player, Rafifa13 was the Regional Champion who made it the furthest in the competition reaching the Lower Bracket semifinal in the Xbox One Division, while the Hashtag United man Tass, one of the heavy favourites in the competition, concluded his tournament one round earlier than PSG Rafifa13. The group of players that qualified for Berlin proved that the field is extremely balanced and on any given day, anyone can be beaten.

Vfl Wolfsburg player Timo “TimoX” Siep experienced heartache in the Season 1 Europe Regional Final as the German youngster lost in heartbreaking fashion in the PlayStation 4 Divisional Final against Cihan “S04_Cihan” Yasarlar. It was time for redemption for TimoX in his home country but the teenage sensation once again suffered heartbreak when he lost in the PlayStation 4 division final at the adidas The Base Berlin. After qualifying in second place in his group, TimoX was sent down to the lower bracket in the Quarterfinal round after losing 2-1 against Bob “KINGEP” Van Uden. He responded, however, beating the likes of Reinhard “rein10” Krause, Cihan “S04_Cihan” Yasarlar, Tim “TheStrxngeR” Katnawatos and Johann “Maniika” Simon on his way to the PlayStation divisional final. He would eventually fall to Shellzz on penalties. Though he couldn’t take the final step in Berlin, it was an excellent tournament for the Wolfsburg man as he continues to establish himself as one of the elite FIFA players in the world.

At the Season 1 Europe Regional Final in Paris, Shaun “Shellzz” Springette surprised many when he finished third in the PlayStation 4 division. Going to Berlin, there were little expectations for the teenager. Getting out of the group stage was his goal, however, his Cinderella story continued to flourish in Berlin as Shellzz not only got out of the group stage but remained unbeaten all the way to the PlayStation Division Final where he was pitted against Timo “TimoX” Siep. In this clash of titans, it was the German Siep who beat Shellzz by a score of 3-1, however, as the Englishman remained unbeaten in the knockout round a second, and final match was forced. After a 2-2 draw, penalties were required to separate these two competitors. With $80,000 dollars on the line, it was Shellzz who prevailed by a score of 4-2 securing his spot in the cross-console grand final. In the Grand Final, Shellzz faced Corentin “Vitality Rockyy” Chevrey. Just as Shellzz was ready to win it all, fate threw him a curve ball by conceding a goal in the last minute that took the trophy off his grasp. It was a difficult pill to swallow for the British teenager who will use this disappointment as motivation to return to competition even hungrier for success. In times when competitive FIFA players being signed by professional football clubs and eSports organisations has become commonplace, there is no doubt that Shaun “Shellzz” Springette will soon join the pro-ranks. This kid has a long, successful competitive FIFA career ahead of him.

Things didn’t go to plan for many players when the Ultimate Team Championship Series kicked off in Paris. Spencer “Gorilla Unilad” Ealing was expected to be a force in France, but things didn’t quite go that way. After failing to exit the group stage questions about his ability began to rise. Was Gorilla truly one of the most dominant forces in the game? Those queries were answered in the Season 2 Europe Regional Final in Madrid, Spain where Gorilla advanced to the Grand Final after conquering the Xbox One division title. Though he would fall in the Grand Final match, Ealing’s statement of intent was clear: he’s still one of the best. Heading into Berlin we expected more of the same from Ealing and that proved to be correct. Dwelling in his natural habitat, Gorilla made another deep run, advancing to the Xbox divisional final where he would ultimately fall to the Ultimate Team Champion, Corentin “Vitality_Rockyy” Chevrey. In any case, Ealing capped off his 2017 campaign on a very strong note.Over six million players began the competition last November by qualifying online through the Weekend League. Fast forward seven months, and after thousands of goals, hundreds of online matches and six Regional Finals, only the top 32 FIFA players in the world gathered in Berlin for a chance to become the best FIFA Ultimate Team player in the world. With so many established and seasoned competitors in the player roster, it was difficult to pick winner. A champion was found in dramatic fashion when Corentin “Vitality_Rockyy” Chevrey conquered the field in Berlin. The Frenchman emerged from the Xbox One Division to win the trophy and US$160,000 after beating Shaun “Shellzz” Springette by an aggregate score of 5-4, including the last minute, championship-clinching goal. Vitality_Rockyy has been crowned France’s national champion twice but now, he can call himself a World Champion.

Berlin FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship Preview


The Berlin FIFA 17 Championship Series will kick off on May 19. After fantastic events in Paris, Sydney, Miami, Vancouver and Madrid, it is the time of all decisions for the world’s top FIFA competitors.

Berlin FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship Preview


Over six millions players competed in the FIFA 17 FUT Champions Weekend League last fall for a chance to secure one of the 192 qualification berths for the Season 1 and 2 Regional Finals. After six events in Paris, Sydney, Miami, Vancouver and Madrid, six Regional Champions have been crowned and $600,000 USD have been awarded in cash prizes.

And now, it all comes down to this. Only thirty-two players remain in the competition as they vie to be crowned the best FIFA player in the world and win a piece of the US$400,000 cash prize at the Berlin FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship on May 19 and 20, 2017.

The field for this coming weekend’s Berlin FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship Final was completed in Madrid on 6 May, when the last of the six FUT Champions regional finals took place. Over the course of Saturday and Sunday, the top 32 gamers from Seasons 1 and 2 will fight it out for eight seats at the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 Grand Final in London.

Players are split into two divisions of 16 players each: Xbox One and Playstation 4. Each division comprises four groups of four, with the top two in each section advancing to the knockout phase. The division champions will then meet in the Grand Final, played over two legs

It goes without saying that much will be expected of the regional champions. Season 1 saw England’s “Hashtag Tass” outclass the rest in Paris, while Saudi Arabia’s “xX ThE RoYaL Xx” beat a former world champion in the Sydney final, and “Rafifa 13” of Brazil triumphed in Miami. Starring in Season 2, meanwhile, were “Msdossary7”, who confirmed Saudi Arabia’s strength in depth, US veteran “xGUASTELLAx”, who drew on all his charisma and experience, and “Prinsipe”, who took everyone by surprise in Madrid with his solid defending and scintillating attacking play. Also worth keeping an eye on are 2015 FIWC winner “MrD0ne” of Saudi Arabia, and a clutch of players with solid experience on the global scene, such as German duo “BenediktSaltzer” and “NRaseck”, Colombia’s “Janoz CFI” and “Maniika” of France. But as you will already know if you have been following the regional finals, FUT Champions is a competition that throws up plenty of surprises, with every opponent proving dangerous.

Coming from all corners of the world, the final roster of competitors includes household names from the FIFA competitive scene, including Spencer “UNILAD Gorilla” Ealing and Benedikt “BenediktSaltzer” Saltzer. There are also players who surprised and delighted the community with their performances in the Regional Final, including Rafael “Rafifa13” Leite Fortes and Khalid “xX ThE RoYaL Xx” Aloufi.


Berlin FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship Preview

Five Matches to Watch


The top 32 FIFA competitors in the world gathered to know their opposition as the group draw for the FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Championship was completed in Berlin ahead of the tournament that will crown the best FUT player in the world on May 19 and 20.
The groups are now set up and we are in for a FIFA treat as they are some absolute must-see matches that you cannot miss:

A duel between two Paris Saint-Germain players, fan-favourite Rafael Salles “PSG Rafifa13” Leite Fortes is looking to build on his Season 1 Americas Regional Championship. He will start the tournament and his quest to FIFA glory battling his teammate and Season 2 Europe Xbox One runner-up Lucas “PSG DaXee” Cuillerier. You have to make sure to tune in for this one.


This match-up will feature two competitors that dominated their respective Regional Finals all the way to lift the trophy. Rafael Salles “PSG Rafifa13” Leite Fortes will go toe-to-toe with Season 2 Rest of the World Regional Champion Aldossary “MSdossary7” Mossad, who once again will arrive to the tournament just hours before the start.

3. S04_CIHAN VS MRD0NE (PS4) (1:30 PM CET / 7:30 AM EST)

Two PlayStation 4 divisional champions will square off as Season 1 European Divisional Champion and Schalke 04 player Cihan “S04_Cihan” Yasarlar faces Saudi Arabian competitor and Season 1 Rest of the World Divisional Champ Abdulaziz “MrD0ne” Alshehri in a clash of similar attacking playing styles. Make sure to keep an eye on this one.

4. SALZ0R VS TIMOX (PS4) (2:25 PM CET / 8:25 AM EST)

Another encounter between teammates, VfL Wolfsburg players and German countrymen Timo “TimoX” Siep and Benedikt “Salz0r” Saltzer will face each other to kick off hostilities on Group D in the PlayStation Division. Will a seasoned veteran like Salz0r be able to prevail against the youngster TimoX?


One of the tournament favourites and Season 2 European Divisional Champion, Spencer “Gorilla Unilad” Ealing will face Season 1 Rest of the World Regional Champion Khalid “xX ThE RoYaL Xx” Aloufi. This match-up promises to be one of the best of the tournament so you cannot miss it.

EA SPORTS™ Premier League Player of the Month – April – Son Heung-Min


EA SPORTS™ spoke to Tottenham Hotspur winger Son Heung-Min, after he was crowned the EA SPORTS Player of the Month for the second time this season. He gave us his thoughts on the month of April, beating Arsenal in the last ever North London Derby at White Hart Lane and who the best FIFA 17 player is at Spurs.

EA SPORTS™ : Congratulations on winning the EA SPORTS Player Of The Month award for April – how does it feel?

S H-M : It’s unbelievable. Obviously it’s my second time this season but I am just so grateful for the work my teammates and the staff here put in, and to the fans that have been voting for me. It’s just an unbelievable feeling.

EA SPORTS™ : So after winning September’s award you said “This is my dream. I want to win it a second time and a third time. When I take the award home, my family will go crazy” – Does this second time still feel like a dream and will your family go twice as crazy this time?

S H-M : Yes I think so. But this is not where I want to finish, I want to keep going and keep working hard in order to win the award for a third time. I am really happy but I am also really hungry to get my third Player Of The Month award. My family will also be really happy with me winning the Player Of The Month award again.

EA SPORTS™ : You were the first Asian recipient of the award back in September, you must be proud to win the award again for South Korea?

S H-M : Yes of course, I’m really proud. Everyone gets excited when the shortlist gets announced and they look to see if I am involved so I’m really proud to win it for both South Korea and Tottenham.

EA SPORTS™ : 5 goals in 4 consecutive games – which one stands out as your favourite?

S H-M : I think every single one because we won 6 games, every single game in April, which is not an easy thing to do. The award is not just for me though, it is for the team and their hard work across the 6 games – 16 goals scored and only 1 conceded. It was a great month for the team.

EA SPORTS™ : 12 goals for you this season – what do you put your improved form down to?

S H-M : I just keep working hard. I set myself the target of 10 goals this season but we also have three games left to play, which I want to score more goals in as well as assist my teammates. It is just important that we keep taking each game as it comes.

EA SPORTS™ : Another good memory was that 2-0 win against Arsenal in the last ever North London Derby at White Hart Lane – how did that feel?

S H-M : It was unbelievable. Everyone is so excited around a North London Derby and I think we showed everyone just how good we are as a team. It’s a great memory for everyone to remember, beating Arsenal in the last ever North London derby at White Hart Lane. I was really happy as we performed great.

EA SPORTS™ : Are you looking forward to playing all your home games at Wembley next season?

S H-M : We didn’t have the greatest of seasons at Wembley this year. We are very excited to be playing there next season though and I don’t think we will have any problems playing there next season.

EA SPORTS™ : You seem to have a handshake routine with most players at Tottenham. How did these come about?

S H-M : This seems to be the question I have been asked the most this season! It’s just something new and different, whether it’s with Dele or Harry Kane, every player has something different because we are a team and we are all friends on and off the pitch. Me and Dele were the first to start doing it and Dele introduced it to the team. Everyone thinks I am the handshake king but Dele always wants to try something new.

EA SPORTS™ : Who is the best FIFA 17 player at the club?

S H-M : I play quite a bit of FIFA myself and would love to say I am the best but I would say Harry Kane is the best player at the game at the club. Me and Kevin Wimmer play FIFA 17 together a lot and he is very good, but a lot of the players at the club are very good at the game.

EA SPORTS™ : Do you play FIFA 17 as a team when playing away?

S H-M : Yes, we will play on the bus or in the hotel. I’m not sure how good they are but I know N’Koudou, Sissoko and Wanyama play FIFA 17 together a lot.

English Football League Team of the Season – FIFA 17 Ultimate Team

English Football League TOTS

Team of the Season (TOTS) in FIFA 17 Ultimate TeamTM is a celebration of the very best players from this football campaign, across Europe and the rest of the world!

This squad features standout players from England’s Football League, including the Football League Championship, League One and League Two.

Starting XI

  • GK: David Stockdale – Brighton & Hove Albion (England) – England
  • RB: Tommy Smith –  Huddersfield Town (England) – England
  • CB: Lewis Dunk – Brighton & Hove Albion (England) – England
  • CB:  David Wheater – Bolton Wanderers (England) – England
  • LWB: Brennan Dickenson – Colchester United (England) – England
  • RM: Anthony Knockaert – Brighton & Hove Albion (England) – France
  • CM: Tom Cairney –  Fulham (England) – Scotland
  • CAM: James Coppinger –  Doncaster Rovers (England) – England
  • LM: Josh Morris – Scunthorpe United (England) – England
  • ST: Billy Sharp – Sheffield United (England) – England
  • ST: Chris Wood – Leeds United (England) – England


  • GK: Connor Ripley –  Oldham Athletic (England) – England
  • CB: Pontus Jansson –  Leeds United (England) – Sweden
  • CM: John Fleck – Sheffield United (England) – Scotland
  • CDM: Jonjo Shelvey – Newcastle United (England) – England
  • CAM: Graham Carey – Plymouth Argyle (England) – Ireland
  • ST: John Marquis – Doncaster Rovers (England) – England
  • ST: Dwight Gayle – Newcastle United (England) – England


  • RWB: Keiron Freeman – Sheffield United (England) – Wales
  • LB: Enda Stevens – Portsmouth FC (England) – Ireland
  • CAM: Ollie Watkins –  Exeter City (England) – England
  • CDM: Aaron Mooy – Huddersfield Town (England) – Australia
  • RM: James Vaughan – Bury (England) – England

May 2017 – FUT Champions Club In-Game Reward – FIFA 17 Ultimate Team



It’s the start of May, and eligible FUT Champions Club members can earn an in-game reward!


For the monthly FUT Champions Club in-game reward, all eligible FUT Champions Club members will receive one Men in Blazers kit! This will be delivered to your FUT Account by June 9, 2017.

To become eligible for the reward, you must be a registered FUT Champions Club member and play a game in FIFA Ultimate Team™ within FIFA 17 for either the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC at least once between 00:00:01 GMT on May 1, 2017 and 23:59:59 GMT on May 31, 2017.

FIFA 18 Menu Leaked? Including New FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Features

We’ve just stumbled across a video titled ‘FIFA 18 Menu Leaked?’ which makes the next edition of FIFA look amazing, featuring new skill moves, The Journey Season 2, FIFA Street, Spin the Wheel and much more! Would you welcome a new FIFA 18 Ultimate Team feature called Spin The Wheel for a chance at getting the best FIFA 18 players and / or FUT coins? You simply have to check out the video below!

FIFA 18 Menu Leaked on Consoles - FUT 18 UI Concept Design

FIFA 18 Menu & New Gamemodes

Although this could well be an extremely well made UI concept by YouTuber JamesDZN, many of you will be excited to see the FIFA Street add on. There’s been rumours circulating for a while regarding a new FUT 5 a Side or FIFA Street game mode. This simply has to happen! We all remember how good the original FIFA street was.

FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Menu & Gamemodes

FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Menu Design for Consoles - FUT 18 Gamemode

FUT Champions, FUT Generations, Spin The Wheel and Lightning Rounds all make a feature on the FIFA 18 Ultimate Team menu above. The most interesting of course is the FUT Spin The Wheel mode. We envisage a feature similar to opening packs where you have to pay coins or FIFA Points, but instead you have 5 different options and whichever you land on, you win.

Let us know your thoughts on the FIFA 18 Menu and FIFA 18 Ultimate Team features shown above. Watching that video has really made us buzz for the next edition, bring on September!

FIFA 18 Borussia Dortmund Ratings Predictions

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 88 ST – Borussia Dortmund / Gabon

FIFA 18 Aubameyang Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Marco Reus 87 LM – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

Sokratis Papastathopoulos 86 CB – Borussia Dortmund / Greece

FIFA 18 Sokratis Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Gonzalo Castro 83 CM – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Castro Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Łukasz Piszczek 83 RB – Borussia Dortmund / Poland

FIFA 18 Piszczek Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Shinji Kagawa 82 CAM – Borussia Dortmund / Japan

FIFA 18 Kagawa Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Roman Bürki 82 GK – Borussia Dortmund / Switzerland

FIFA 18 Burki Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Ousmane Dembélé 82 RM – Borussia Dortmund / France

FIFA 18 Dembele Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Marc Bartra 82 CB – Borussia Dortmund / Spain

FIFA 18 Bartra Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Sven Bender 82 CB – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Bender Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Mario Götze 82 CAM – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Gotze Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Marcel Schmelzer 81 LB – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Schmelzer Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

André Schürrle 81 LM – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Schurrle Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Julian Weigl 81 CDM – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Weigl Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Matthias Ginter 80 CB – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Ginter Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Raphaël Guerreiro 80 LB – Borussia Dortmund / Portugal

FIFA 18 Guerreiro Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Nuri Şahin 79 CDM – Borussia Dortmund / Turkey

FIFA 18 Sahin Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Sebastian Rode 78 CDM – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Rode Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Christian Pulisic 77 RM – Borussia Dortmund / USA

FIFA 18 Pulisic Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Erik Durm 76 ST – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

FIFA 18 Durm Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Roman Weidenfeller 76 GK – Borussia Dortmund / Germany

Emre Mor 72 RM – Borussia Dortmund / Turkey

FIFA 18 Emre Mor Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Alexander Isak 66 ST – Borussia Dortmund / Sweden

FIFA 18 Alexander Isak Borussia Dortmund Rating Predictions - FUT Dortmund Players Card Stats

Daniele Paolucci dominates Season 2 European Regional Final


The last Season 2 Regional Final on the Road to London took place in Madrid on Saturday May 6th, with 32 competitors battling it out with the hopes of taking home the bragging rights and a $30,000 USD check. The Italian Daniele ‘PRINSIPE’ Paolucci managed to leave all of them behind by not losing a single match and only drawing two encounters.

Although the field of players was packed with big names, Paolucci’s indomitable will put him a notch above many of the more experienced gamers. In the final, he beat Spencer ‘UNILAD GORILLA’ Ealing from England with an aggregate score of 6-4. The Englishman managed, in contrast to the European Regional Final in Season 1, to live up to the high expectations this time. Nevertheless, Ealing could not prevent Paolucci from walking away with the European Regional Final title. ‘PRINSIPE’ demonstrated in the final why he is one of the players to watch out for ahead of the FIWC Grand Final in London come August

Last Chance Season 3

2014 FIWC Champion August ‘PSG AGGE’ Rosenmeier on the contrary, was not able to improve the impression he made in the Season 1 European Regional Final in Paris. As the Paris SaintGermain signing did not qualify for the knockout stage in the French capital back in February, many expected him to prove all critics wrong. Although he did not lose a match in the group stage this time, he fell short as he could not win any of the three games either. The Season 3 FIWC Regional Finals will be the Dane’s and the other participants’ last chance to qualify for the Grand Final.

Apart from veterans, such as Ealing and last year’s FIWC runner-up Sean ‘DRAGON’ Allen, who barely missed the qualification for Berlin, some up and coming rookies proved their status as prospective world champions. Above all Rosenmeier’s younger team mate Lucas ‘PSG DAXE’ Cuillerier and Tim ‘THESTRXNGER’ Katnawatos, who punched their ticket for the German capital. In total, eight names were added to the FUT Championship roster to be held in the Adidas Base Berlin on May 19th and 20th, where the top eight players ultimately qualify for the FIWC Grand Final in London.


Road to London Season 2 Regional Finals

Rest of World Participants (qualified players for Ultimate Team Championship in bold):
Luca ‘LUCA’ Saudelli – Belgium
August ‘PSG AGGE’ Rosenmeier – Denmark
Marcus ‘MARCUZO’ Jørgensen – Denmark
Spencer ‘UNILAD GORILLA’ Ealing – England
Sean ‘Dragon’ Allen – England
Steven ‘FUTWIZ PRICEY’ Price – England
Ty ‘TY’ Walton – England
Harry ‘HASHTAG HARRY’ Hesketh – England
Akima ‘EPSILON FULLY’ Byron – England
Kyran ‘KYEB RYANT’ Bryant – England
Lucas ‘PSG DAXE’ Cuillerier – France
Johann ‘MANIIKA’ Simon – France

Nathan ‘HEROZIA’ Gil – France
Yannik ‘GOTZERY’ de Groot – Germany
Tim ‘S04 TIM LATKA’ Schwartmann – Germany
Erhan ‘DRERHANO’ Kayman – Germany
Hakan ‘CURLY’ Aslan – Germany
Florian ‘CODY’ Müller – Germany
Ohmed ‘OHMEDOHMEDIAN’ Sultani – Germany
Michael ‘MEGABIT’ Bittner – Germany
Tim ‘THESTRXNGER’ Katnawatos – Germany
Niklas ‘NRASECK’ Raseck – Germany
Daniele ‘PRINSIPE Paolucci – Italy

Bas ‘BASTAFA’ Quist – Netherlands
Bob ‘KINGEP’ van Uden – Netherlands
Bryan ‘BRYANHESSING’ Hessing – Netherlands
Levy ‘STERRENSTATUSS’ Frederique – Netherlands
Tony ‘TONYKOKNL’ Kok – Netherlands
Dani ‘AFC AJAX DANI’ Hagebeuk – Netherlands
Quinten ‘FEYENOORD QUINTENX’ van der Most – Netherlands
Andrei ‘TIMON1777’ Gurev – Russia
Ivan ‘HASHTAG BORAS’ Lapanje – Sweden