FIFA 22: How To Do The Cristiano Ronaldo Celebration

The classic Cristiano Ronaldo celebration is available in FIFA 22.

Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most expensive players in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team (FUT), and for good reason!

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner, at the time of writing, is currently on the market for over one million Coins and comes equipped with his iconic "Suiii" celebration.

If you manage to get the Portugal captain in a pack or purchase him from the transfer market, Ronaldo will be an integral addition to any team and in any system.

That being said, fans still to this day at querying how they can pull off this infamous move in-game and how to set themselves up to cross their arms, jump and spin 180 degrees in the air and scream as loud as possible. 

Well, wonder no more! Scroll down to find out how you can do the Ronaldo celebration in FIFA 22 FUT.

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FIFA 22 How To Do The Ronaldo Celebration


Performing the signature jumping celebration and shouting "Suiii" at the end is something that has captivated football fans across the world, young and old, for years.

Here is exactly how you can pull off the Ronaldo celebration in-game. All you need to do is put the ball into the back of the net using him. While you are wheeling away in celebration, simply press A (Xbox) or X (Playstation) when you are next to one of your teammates to perform the signature move. 

Yes, it really is as simple as that! Just make sure you manage to score with Ronaldo first though, that is the hard part of the way! The easy part is pressing a single button to pull it off! 

What is your favourite celebration in FIFA 22? Do you find yourself shouting "Suiii" on a regular basis or do you have another preference? Feel free to get in touch and let us know! 

FIFA 22 is available now on PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch.

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