FIFA 17 Ultimate Team TOTW 50

EA released FIFA 17 Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) 50 on its official website on 30th August. Let’s take a look and find whether there is a player you like.

Robert Lewandowski carried FC Bayern to a 2-0 victory with a brace against Werder Bremen.

Mohamed Salah contributed with a goal and an assist in Liverpool’s authoritative 4-0 win over Arsenal.

Marquinhos was a defensive rock for Paris Saint-Germain as the Parisian squad earned a 3-0 win over St-Étienne.


Starting XI

GK: Antonio Mirante – Bologna (Italy) – Italy
CB: Marquinhos – PSG (France) – Brazil
CB: Zouhair Feddal – Real Betis Balompié (Spain) – Morocco
CB: Ricardo Costa – Tondela (Portugal) – Portugal
RM: Koke – Atletico Madrid (Spain) – Spain
CDM: Nuri Şahin – Borussia Dortmund (Germany) – Turkey
CAM: Eduardo Vargas – Tigres (Mexico) – Chile
RW: Mohamed Salah – Liverpool (England) – Egypt
LW: Marco Asensio – Real Madrid CF (Spain) – Spain
ST: Robert Lewandowski – FC Bayern München (Germany) – Poland
ST: Álvaro Morata – Chelsea (England) – Spain

Substitutes & Reserves

GK: Koen Casteels – VfL Wolfsburg (Germany) – Belgium
RB: Joe Gomez – Liverpool (England) – England
CB: Jonathan Mensah – Columbus Crew SC (United States) – Ghana
CB: Holger Badstuber – VfB Stuttgart (Germany) – Germany
CB: Martín Mantovani – CD Leganes (Spain) – Argentina
RM: Martín Benítez – Independiente (Argentina) – Argentina
CDM: Mustapha Diallo – En Avant de Guingamp (France) – Senegal
RW: Karim Bellarabi – Bayer 04 Leverkusen (Germany) – Germany
LW: Kamil Grosicki – Hull City (England) – Poland
ST: Esteban Paredes – Colo-Colo (Chile) – Chile
ST: Tom Eaves – Gillingham (England) – England
ST: Fedor Smolov – FC Krasnodar (Russia) – Russia

Are you satisfied with the lists?

FIFA 18 Excludes Four Iconic Stadiums in FIFA 17

Recently EA released a news about wonderful stadiums in FIFA 18. There are over 75 stadiums in FIFA 18 which launched on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC worldwide on September 29.

EA emphasized that FIFA 18 adds four new licensed stadiums to the list of grounds in FIFA 18: ATLÉTICO MADRID’s Wanda Metropolitano, LA GALAXY’s STUBHUB CENTER , BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION’s THE AMEX STADIUM and HUDDERSFIELD TOWN’s KIRKLEES STADIUM. They are brilliant, at least from the pictures EA posted.

However, many of you may not notice that FIFA 18 Exclude Four Iconic Stadiums in FIFA 17. Which are they?

1. Estadio Mestalla

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Valencia’s iconic home ground will not be around in FIFA 18 as only two stadiums from Spain, Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu and Atletico Madrid’s new Wanda Metropolitano, will feature in the game. Mestalla has been a FIFA ever-present ever since stadium graphics became more and more real around the mid-2000s, and its absence in FIFA 18 will be keenly felt. Its low, close structure is a special attraction for FIFA players, while playing international matches with Spain at Mestalla is always a mouth-watering prospect. All of that, however, will take a back seat this year as FIFA 18 will no longer have the iconic 55,000-capacity in its roster of stadiums.

2. White Hart Lane

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Tottenham Hotspur have been forced to play their home matches this season at England’s national stadium Wembley, and that is because of the fact that they are rebuilding their erstwhile home ground White Hart Lane. The Lane is one of the most iconic Premier League grounds, aong Anfield, Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge and Goodison Park, to not miss a single Premier League season until this year. It will be sorely missed in FIFA 18, as in real life. However, unlike the next stadium on this list, White Hart Lane will soon be making its FIFA comeback.

3. Estadio Vicente Calderon

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Atletico Madrid have, this season, moved to their state-of-the-art 68,000-capacity Wanda Metropolitano Stadium from the legendary confines of the Vicente Calderon. The now-decrepit old home of Atletico had a quirky structure that created a noisy atmosphere and FIFA captured it to perfection in its previous editions. However, the cauldron of Vicente Calderon will no longer be part of FIFA, much like in real life. As Atletico try to move on from their old fortress, FIFA fans will also have to adapt to life without the Calderon, which, unlike White Hart Lane, will never return.

4. Signal Iduna Park

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For fans of the famous Yellow Wall in the Südtribüne of Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park, FIFA 18 will be a major disappointment. The Westfalenstadion club penned a four-year deal with PES last year and hence, their iconic home ground will not be represented in its full glory in FIFA 18. The Signal Iduna Park is an intimidating ground for BVB’s opponents in real life, and its status as one of the most difficult ground to play at was well represented in previous editions of FIFA; die Schwarzgelben always score goals at the ground. Like the other three stadiums, the Westfalenstadion will also be much missed in FIFA 18.

Are you satisfied with the adjustment of stadiums? Is there a stadium you like in the above four stadiums? You can write down your comment.



 Team of the Week

EA released FUT TOTW 49. Let us take a look.

Paul Pogba put up a dominant performance in midfield and contributed with a goal in the high-flying Manchester United’s 4-0 win over Swansea City.

Mauro Icardi scored a decisive brace in 15 minutes as Inter downed Fiorentina 3-0.

Riyad Mahrez was involved in both of Leicester City’s goal as they defeated Brighton by a score of 2-0

Starting XI
GK: Keylor Navas – Real Madrid CF (Spain) – Costa Rica
CB: Naldo – FC Shalke 04 (Germany) – Brazil
LB: Aleksandar Kolarov – Roma (Italy) – Serbia
LWB: Marcos Alonso – Chelsea (England) – Spain
RM: Riyad Mahrez – Leicester City (England) – Algeria
CDM: Paul Pogba – Manchester United (England) – France
CM: Hakim Ziyech – Ajax (Netherlands) – Morocco
CM: Adrien Rabiot – PSG (France) – France
ST: Vincent Aboubakar – FC Porto (Portugal) – Cameroon
ST: Jonas – SL Benfica (Portugal) – Brazil
ST: Mauro Icardi – Inter (Italy) – Argentina

Substitutes & Reserves
GK: Iván Cuéllar – CD Leganes (Spain) – Spain
RB: Graham Zusi – Sporting Kansas City (United States) – United States
RB: Nico Elvedi – Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany) – Switzerland
RM: Mathew Leckie – Hertha Berlin (Germany) – Australia
RM: Malcom – FC Girondins de Bordeaux (France) – Brazil
CM: Conor Hourihane – Aston Villa (England) – R.O.I.
CM: Franck Yannick Kessié – Milan (Italy) – Ivory Coast
CAM: Pablo Batalla – Bursaspor (Turkey) – Argentina
ST: Kurtis Byrne – St. Patrick’s Athletic (R.O.I.) – R.O.I.
ST: Christian Stuani – Girona FC (Spain) – Uruguay
ST: Victor Ibarbo – Sagan Tosu (Japan) – Colombia
ST: Gökdeniz Karadeniz – Rubin Kazan (Russia) – Turkey

Is there players you like most?


EA released FIFA 17 Team of This Week(TOTW) 48 on Wednesday.


Here is the complete List.

Starting XI

Position: GK Agustin Marchesin, America, Argentina. Rating: 81

Position: CB Pepe, Besiktas, Portugal. Rating: 90

Position: LB Alex Telles, Porto, Brazil. Rating: 85

Position: LWB Justin Morrow, Toronto FC, United States. Rating: 74

Position: CAM Christian Eriksen, Tottenham Hotspur, Denmark. Rating: 89

Position: CAM Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Manchester United, Armenia. Rating: 90

Position: CM Steven Defour, Burnley, Belgium. Rating: 85

Position: RM Yimmi Chara, Atletico Junior, Colombia. Rating: 81

Position: LW Neymar, Paris Saint-Germain, Brazil. Rating: 97

Position: CAM Wayne Rooney, Everton, England. Rating: 87

Position: ST Radamel Falcao, Monaco, Colombia. Rating: 88


Position: GK Chris Maxwell, Preston North End, Wales. Rating: 64

Position: LB Chris Brunt, West Bromwich Albion, Northern Ireland. Rating: 80

Position: CM Blerim Dzemaili, Montreal Impact, Switzerland. Rating: 83

Position: CDM Andreas Bouchalakis, Nottingham Forest, Greece. Rating: 74

Position: RM Matteo Tosetti, FC Thun, Switzerland. Rating: 64

Position: RW Brandley Kuwas, Heracles Almelo, Netherlands. Rating: 72

Position: ST Jack Marriott, Peterborough United, England. Rating: 64


Position: CM Thomas Mangani, Angers, France. Rating: 81

Position: ST Abel Hernandez, Hull City, Uruguay. Rating: 81

Position: ST Nicolas Castillo, UNAM, Chile. Rating: 84

Position: CF Timofei Kalachev, Rostov, Belarus. Rating: 80

Position: ST Steve Mounie, Huddersfield Town, Benin. Rating: 74




There Is A Big Problem in FIFA 17

FIFA 17 is a very popular game which has attracted a great number of gamers since its releasing on September 27, 2016. It is praised for a brand-new game engine, a unique journey, new physical interactions and so on. However, there are also some problems in this game reported by gamers. It’s since the start of FIFA 17 Ultimate Team that I see lot’s of problems. Below, I would like to talk about the problems upsetting me most.

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As a gamer who has been playing the game nearly a year, I always feel that there is some magical game mechanic that influences and even controls your team or the opponent at some times. I don’t know if there is a bug or similar but here’s what I see many times.

1. It’s always easier to score in the first 5 minutes after the start of the game and the start of the 2nd half of the game

2. Same as the 1, but after a goal, sometimes I can’t even stop the attackers. His every move is perfect but my defenders stay still and shots are too much accurate.

3. The connection most of the time is a little bit laggy although I’ve a good connection with a good internet provider. The problem is that the main server for the FUT Champions is just in the USA and it’s a “little bit” too far from where some gamers play.

4. There are some games that I try every possible shot and most of the time it’s magically blocked by the keeper or I hit the post. On the contrary, my opponent score a easy goal with just 1 shot(from very difficult position, not just a simple 1v1 with the gk). I know it’s possible in the real life but I feel like it happens too many time. It’s ok if it happens one time every 20-30 games. However, it happens every 2-3 matches.

5. Driven pass are way to useless. Most of the time the game chose the wrong player for the pass and most of the time it changes the direction and the speed. It’s not possible to give just “assisted” or “manual”. The first is completly useless and the second you need to be very clinical to use it and in fact no one use it.

6. Normal pass is changed by the game at least the 30% of the time. It’s okay to help a little bit the direction, but if I want to pass the ball forward it is not acceptable that the player pass it behind.

7. Most of the time I feel like the winner of a match is not the stronger, but the luckier. There are some games that I should lose and then I win for some crazy impossible shots and some times when I should win but at the end I lose for an incredible luck of the opponent. As if it is the game that chose the winner. It’s okay to help a little but just a little and not giving a magic win for nothing.

I’m not saying it’s momentum or scripting but I’m not the only one who came across this kind of problems so there should be something wrong with the game. What do you think? Do you have the same experiences as me?

The Fastest Players, Best Dribblers and Defenders in FIFA 17

EA released the fastest players, best dribblers and best defenders in FIFA 17 in its offcial website recently. To build and manage a great team in the game for a better performance, you need to know some basic information about these players we show below then thinking about which players you want to add to your current team.


FIFA 17 Fastest Players

Fabian Castillo – Position: LM, Speed: 93
Ahmed Musa – Position: ST, Speed: 93
Kingsley Coman – Position: LW, Speed: 93
Bruma – Position: LW, Speed: 93
Jordi Alba – Position: LB, Speed: 93
Raheem Sterling – Position: LM, Speed: 93
Lucas – Position: RW, Speed: 93
Jonas Aguirre – Position: LM, Speed: 94
Kekuta Manneh – Position: LM, Speed: 94
Nnamdi Oduamadi – Position: LW, Speed: 94
Ryo Miyaichi – Position: RM, Speed: 94
Jefferson Cuero – Position: LM, Speed: 94
Hector Villalba – Position: RM, Speed: 94
Gareth Bale – Position: RW, Speed: 94
Ernest Asante – Position: RM, Speed: 95
Jürgen Damm – Position: RM, Speed: 95
Hector Belerin – Position: RB, Speed: 95
Jonathan Biabiany – Position: RW, Speed: 95
Mathis Bolly – Position: RM, Speed: 96
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Position: ST, Speed: 96

FIFA 17 Best Dribblers

Dribbling plays an important role in FIFA 17. The best dribblers can do almost anything with a ball – so try to get at least one of these on your team. A good dribbler can make magic happen or find an opening that didn’t seem there. Here are the best dribblers in FIFA 17.

Riyad Mahrez – Dribbling: 88
Sergio Agüero – Dribbling: 89
Mario G?tze – Dribbling: 89
Franck Ribery – Dribbling: 90
Arjen Robben – Dribbling: 90
Paulo Dybala – Dribbling: 90
Eden Hazard – Dribbling: 91
Cristiano Ronaldo – Dribbling: 91
Neymar – Dribbling: 95
Lionel Messi – Dribbling: 96

FIFA 17 Best Defenders

Denfense is also dispensable. We’ve also rounded up the best defenders in FIFA 17, so you can build a wall that won’t be broken down.

Sergio Ramos – Position: CB, Defense: 87
Per Mertesacker – Position: CB, Defense: 88
Mats Hummels – Position: CB, Defense: 88
Diego Godin – Position: CB, Defense: 88
Pepe – Position: CB, Defense: 88
Miranda – Position: CB, Defense: 89
Andrea Barzagli – Position: CB, Defense: 89
Thiago Silva – Position: CB, Defense: 90
Giorgi Chiellini – Position: CB, Defense: 90
Jerome Boateng – Position: CB, Defense: 90

Thomas Muller Rating Discussion in FIFA 17

Thomas Müller is a German professional footballer who plays for Bayern Munich and the Germany national team and he is one of Germany’s best footballers with a rating of 87 on FIFA 17. But his rating is a long time controversial discussion.

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According to his performance, someone said the German striker’s technical and physical attributes had to be bumped up to increase his rating as he was not especially good at anything. Although The FIFA ratings are decided by a team of 9000 reviewers who watch as many matches as possible and estimate player attributes. This subjective data is then entered into a secure EA website and analysed to set up the FIFA ratings.

Muller, meanwhile, broke into the German squad in the 2010 World Cup where a young German side impressed in South Africa with the young forward winning the Golden Boot for his five goals in the tournament. Mueller-Moehring, the man who controls EA’s ratings told ESPN that Muller’s rating would have been a lot lower had they not bumped it up.

So do you think Muller’s Rating is too high or too low? Let us know your thoughts in commnets below.

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FIFA 17 Details You May Ignore

There’re some details we may ingore when we played the game. Because We’re all too busy actually playing the game to notice the tiny details in FIFA 17. See which tips you have missed below.

1. Go Anywhere in Arena

Thought you were stuck with the ball at your feet in the Arena? Nope. When you’re going for your pre-match warm-up, you can go wondering by repeatedly pressing L2 and R2 on PS4, or LT and RT on Xbox, as quickly as possible. This will allow you to run away from the ball and go pretty much anywhere you like. Even into the stands.

2. Dimitar Berbatov Appears on the Cameraman’s screen

As the players shake hands before a match, there’s a cameraman filming them. And on the cameraman’s monitor appears to be a photo of Dimitar Berbatov scoring his third goal against Liverpool in Manchester United’s 3-2 win in 2010.

3. One Player Club

You see, Atlanta United was formed in 2014 but this year is their first playing in the MLS. And so EA Sports didn’t include them in FIFA 17, which was released last year. You could see their badge on Ultimate Team but they were nowhere to be found – including in Kick-Off mode.

But Josef Martinez became the first Atlanta United player to be included in FIFA 17 this week when he received an in-form card after scoring a hat-trick against against Minnesota.

Have you noticed these details? If you find more fun things in FIFA 17, welcome sharing with us.


FIFA 17 St. Patrick’s Day Green Team, SBCs and More

FIFA 17 St Patricks Day is live now from March 16th – 20th, 2017 with the release of “The Green Team.” New green cards, a variety of Irish themed pack offers and special SBCs are waiting for you. Early investing these green cards players, you can make a lot fifa 17 coins. Now seeing the everything you need know of St. Patrick’s Day below.

St. Patrick’s Day Green Team


Starting XI

GK: Kieren Westwood – Sheffield Wednesday – English Championship
RB: Seamus Coleman – Everton – English Premier League
CB: Ciaran Clark – Newcastle United – English Championship
CB: Richard Keogh – Derby County – English Championship
CDM: James McCarthy – Everton – English Premier League
CDM: Glenn Whelan – Stoke City – English Premier League
CAM: Wes Hoolahan – Norwich City – English Championship
LM: Robbie Brady – Burnley – English Premier League
RM: Aiden McGeady – Preston North End – English Championship
ST: Shane Long – Southampton – English Premier League
ST: Jonathan Walters – Stoke City – English Premier League


GK: Darren Randolph – West Ham United – English Premier League
CB: John O’Shea – Sunderland – English Premier League
CB: Shane Duffy – Brighton & Hove Albion – English Championship
CM: Darron Gibson – Sunderland – English Premier League
CM: Harry Arter – Bournemouth – English Premier League
LM: James McClean – West Bromwich Albion – English Premier League
ST: David McGoldrick – Ipswich Town – English Championship


CB: Marc Wilson – West Bromwich Albion – English Premier League
CM: Conor Hourihane – Aston Villa – English Championship
ST: Daryl Murphy – Newcastle United – English Championship
CAM: Alan Judge – Brentford – English Championsip
CM: David Meyler – Hull City – English Premier League

FIFA 17 St Patricks Day SBCs

Green Team

Exchange a squad for a guaranteed St. Patrick’s Day Player (untradeable)!

Republic of Ireland Players: Exactly 11
Team Overall Rating: Min. 70
Team Chemistry: Min. 90
Number of players in the Squad: 11

1 St. Patrick’s Day Kit
1 St. Patrick’s Day Player

's Day Kits

March 16th – 21st 2017

Premium Pot of Gold

Exchange a squad with Green Items for a Pot of Gold with 20,000-100,000 coins!

St. Patrick’s Day Players: Min. 2
Team Chemistry: Min. 90
Number of players in the Squad: 11

1 Premium Pot of Gold

March 16th – 21st 2017

Mega Pot of Gold

Exchange a squad with Green Items for a Pot of Gold with 30,000-150,000 coins!

St. Patrick’s Day Players: Min. 4
Gold Players: Min. 9
Team Chemistry: Min. 90
Number of players in the Squad: 11

1 Mega Pot of Gold

March 16th – 21st 2017

Ultimate Pot of Gold

Exchange a squad with Green Items for a Pot of Gold with 40,000-300,000 coins!

St. Patrick’s Day Players: Min. 7
Gold Players: Min. 9
Team Chemistry: Min. 100
Number of players in the Squad: 11

1 Ultimate Pot of Gold

March 16th – 21st 2017

We will keep updating FIFA 17 St. Patrick’s Day offers and news. Stay tuned

FIFA 17 New Position Change Cards

FIFA 17 Rumors: New Position Cards for FUT Birthday

The same as lst year, International position changes cards will come for FUT Birthday. To celebrate the Ultimate Team 8th anniversary, an event known as FIFA 17 FUT Birthday Celebration will be released on FUT soon.

International positional change cards of some players playing well in a different position to their day 1 card (club position) are released replacing the respective regular card during during the anniversary. Let’s see the rumors of these special cards.

There have been some small price upgrades, not saying anything is confirmed though. Whcih player do you want to see in the position change cards?