Top 10 Clubs

The best club teams in FIFA 22. Top 10 club squads in FIFA 22 game ranked based on their star and player’s attacking, midfield and defending ratings.

Rank Team Stars ATT MID DEF
1 FC Barcelona 5 88 85 85
2 Piemonte Calcio (Juventus) 5 89 84 85
3 Real Madrid 5 85 87 85
4 Manchester City 5 87 86 83
5 Liverpool 5 87 83 85
6 Paris Saint-Germain 5 88 84 82
7 FC Bayern München 5 83 83 83
8 Tottenham Hotspur 5 85 82 82
9 Borussia Dortmund 4.5 83 83 82
10 Atlético Madrid 4.5 81 83 82

Mass bidding

Mass bidding is all about bidding on as many players as possible and thus bidding on many of these players. This method is particularly efficient when bidding on players at the repulsion price (350 for non-rare gold cards and 650 for rare gold cards), as there is virtually no risk involved.

These players can then be offered every hour with a certain extra charge (depending on the value according to FUTBin). So you can make a profit without risking coins right from the beginning of FIFA.

Players should be chosen who have a popular league, a popular nation or both. This increases the chance that these players will be bought.

Sell player overpriced

The trading method overpriced selling is about offering players cheaply and then reselling them with a premium (depending on the purchase price). This method works because many gamers are too lazy to check the actual purchase price of a player on FUTBin.

The following players should be used for overpriced selling:

Player with a popular nation

These include Spain, Italy, France, Germany, England, Brazil, Argentina and Portugal.

Player with a popular league

However, the player’s league is even more important for selling than the nation. Especially the five biggest leagues BPL, Serie A, BBVA, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 should be bought.

High rated players

Players with a high rating are often used in SBC’s to drive up the team rating. Any rating above 81 is good for SBC’s

Not yet assigned players

Players who still have 7 contracts, Basic Chemistry style and 99 Fitness are often bought more expensive by many players, because they can build their own statistics with the player (goals, stakes, etc). Therefore, make sure that the players you bought have not been used yet.

Position changed players

Buy position changed players, or change them yourself and then put them on the market. Many players want to buy a player that they can immediately use on the free position without having to convert it themselves. In addition, these players are often bought faster because the supply on the market is lower with this position.

After the players to be bought have been identified, the question arises as to how much more expensive the players should be hired? Here is a rule of thumb:

MW: 1-5k-> Profit: 1-3k
MW: 5-10k-> gain: 3-5k
MW: 10-20k-> Profit: 5-10k

Many players with higher prices will not be sold the first time they offer. So it is best to put them on the market again every hour and wait until the players leave. The more players you offer at the same time, the higher the probability that individual players will be bought.

The 59th minute method

Hundreds of thousands of players and objects are offered on the transfer market around the clock. Of course, there are some bargains among these vast amounts of objects, which can bring you many coins.

Many FIFA gamers are often too focused on quickly converting their players into coins and continuing to play, so they don’t control prices before selling. Therefore, players are often put on the market with a too low instant purchase price. However, these players are not long in the market because many traders know this and buy the player immediately.

So that you can also win through these players, only a few steps are necessary. First, you need to check the instant buy price of a player you have selected on FUTBin. Once you know the price, you search for the player on the exchange market and enter a slightly lower price than the price specified by FUTBin as the maximum instant buy price. Now all you have to do is update the page frequently and buy the player as soon as he is listed. However, you have to be quick to do this so that another gamer doesn’t buy the player from you beforehand.

This method is especially effective for popular players from the big leagues (England, Spain, Germany, France and Italy), as these players are often bought at higher prices. Please note, however, when reselling the player, EA will withhold 5% of the sales price as transaction tax for each item sold.

How to make coins

In FIFA 20 we made 3 million coins with around 2 million more in players and consumables. Not including our actual main squad which was full of amazing players. Our original FIFA trading to 1 million coins video below still works today. We are also adding a new video showing those same techniques and more from last year.

Simply buy squads and sell them after playing with them every night or so. Put them up for 1 to 6 hours with a higher starting price than paid and a bin a little more. IF THEY SELL BONUS IF NOT YOU STILL HAVE THEM.

You will be surprised how much money you will make doing that every night. Then buy them back cheaper or buy other players.

DON’T forget EA take 5% of every sale you make on UT. So if you buy a player for 100,000 coins and then sell for 105,000 you only actually get 99750 coins. Making a loss. This is significant with very high price players. Use a calculator on sales to prevent loss or use our handy FUT tax chart

SBC and objective player investing

Probably the easiest way to make coins without really trying in FIFA. Every week there are SBCs and objectives set which rise the price of cards. Early on keep high rated players of common nations and leagues. Often you will need 83 and higher rated squads to complete SBCs. Save these early on and they could sell for maximum value for an SBC. Make sure sell them at the start of the SBC for maximum profit. Keep an eye on key times such as 3pm onwards during day times. EA usually make new ones live at 6pm.

Team of the Week player investing

How to trade in TOTW players by @UniqueRiggers on Twitter. When you have coins from opening starter packs and playing squad battles etc. You can invest early in TOTW players. This will be the same in FIFA 22 over the first few weeks.

Also check the analysis from @FUT_Economist of previous FIFA TOTW prices within the starting weeks of FIFA.




Keep or sell at start of FUT?

Generally if you have good players at the start hold them until the game has been out for a week to maximise profit on selling. However if you are wanting to sell to build a strong team remember that all other players will be high in value too. So the best way is to sell them all and then build a lower rated team grinding for packs etc. This advice is aimed at the general FIFA player not higher level players who will desperately need crazy teams to compete in the top divisions. Great video from FIFA trader FUT_Accountant on Twitter covers these points.


Player price accuracy on sites

When trading early in FIFA 22 you have to be careful when referencing websites such as FUTBin and FUTWiz etc. In the first few days of every FIFA prices fluctuate and the tracking of the sales seems to vary between sites. Potentially meaning that selling prices shown on the sites can be wrong.

To make sure you don’t get caught out research players that you are attempting to trade in. Check a few websites and also the transfer market to see what players are selling for in open bids. Below shows screenshots of Neymar at the same time on each site. One has up to date price on PS4 and one on Xbox. Make sure you check!


Which FUT players to trade in early

English Premier League is the biggest league in the world so go through players and see what their lowest buy now is. Players around the leagues who fit into various squads due to nationality. These will fit into potential SBCs too. So when a suitable SBC drops even bigger profits. Mainly the top 9 nations focusing on France, Argentina and Brazil. Fullbacks seem to be a good profit maker and wingers.