FIFA 22: Top 10 Worst National Teams According To Their Stats and Star Ratings

Players of Iceland stand for the national anthem prior to a 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match.

International breaks are far from the most popular time in the football calendar but teams are available to take control of in FIFA 22.

EA have lifted the cloth off their all-new virtual sim which, typically, has been purchased by millions of gamers across the globe who have been eager to jump right into the action.

Despite receiving mixed reviews, the developers have attempted to input as many teams as possible to provide plenty of variation for those in the gaming community.

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While plenty of focus has been on club football, sometimes the national teams in FIFA games over the years tend to get overlooked – mainly due to game modes such as Pro Clubs and Ultimate Team (FUT).

Despite this, Career Mode fans have the option to manage both a national team as well as a club of their choice. However, there are certain nations that should be avoided.

Scroll down to find out who the worst national teams are in FIFA 22:


FIFA 22 Worst National Teams

10. Greece 

Giorgos Masouras of Greece celebrates after scoring their side's first goal during an International Friendly match.
  • Attacking: 69
  • Midfield: 75 
  • Defence: 72 
  • Overall: 74 
  • Star Rating 3.5:

9. Canada

  • Attacking: 73
  • Midfield: 74 
  • Defence: 68
  • Overall: 73 
  • Star Rating: 3.5

8. Hungary

  • Attacking: 73
  • Midfield: 70
  • Defence: 74
  • Overall: 73 
  • Star Rating: 3.5

7. Republic of Ireland

Conor Hourihane of the Republic of Ireland during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
  • Attacking: 70
  • Midfield: 71 
  • Defence: 75
  • Overall: 73
  • Star Rating: 3.5

6. Australia

  • Attacking: 73
  • Midfield: 71
  • Defence: 71
  • Overall: 72 
  • Star Rating: 3.5

5. Finland

  • Attacking: 72
  • Midfield: 71 
  • Defence: 67
  • Overall: 71
  • Star Rating: 3.5

4. Iceland

Ari Skulason of Iceland controls the ball during a 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match.
  • Attacking: 71
  • Midfield: 72
  • Defence: 69
  • Overall: 71
  • Star Rating: 3.5

3. China

  • Attacking: 77
  • Midfield: 67
  • Defence: 68
  • Overall: 70
  • Star Rating: 3

2. Northern Ireland

Steven Davis of Northern Ireland gives instructions to their side during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers
  • Attacking: 67
  • Midfield: 71
  • Defence: 73
  • Overall: 70
  • Star Rating: 3

1. New Zealand

  • Attacking: 71
  • Midfield: 68
  • Defence: 68
  • Overall: 68
  • Star Rating: 2.5

What do you make of this list? Do you agree? Are there national teams that you believe are far worse than the aforementioned nations? Feel free to get in touch and let us know!


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