League Players Objectives look set to be making a return in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team (FUT) and we have all of the details that you will need to get started.
Typically, each player will represent a certain league, whether it is through a Squad Building Challenge (SBC) or through the Objectives menu, in which players complete tasks in matches or donate players from a specific league in order to obtain upgraded promo cards.
Last year, Ruben Neves represented the Premier League with Marco Asensio flying the flag for La Liga and Marseille's Dario Benedetto with Ligue 1.
Each league will likely receive up to two players with cards rated as high as 89 or even more. But it ranged between 86-89 in FIFA 21, via FIFAUTeam.
So what can be expected in FIFA 22? Scroll down to find out everything we know so far regarding League Player Objectives.
FIFA 22 League Player Objectives Release Date
At the time of writing, an official release date has yet to be confirmed as to when League Player Objectives will be made available in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team.
That being said, there has been some uncertainty whether this promotion is even coming at all, but these doubts were squashed thanks to FUTZone who uncovered data that suggests they have been inputted into the game files.
We will update this section article as soon as further information on this becomes available over the coming days and weeks.
FIFA 22 League Player Objectives Leaks
UPDATE 5th November: It appears that EA have accidentally revealed one of the players early on the web app.
Thanks to Cube, he spotted that the FC Cologne midfielder Dejan Ljubicic could be the first League Objectives Player for the Bundesliga.
FIFA 22 League Player Objectives Cards
As mentioned above, no cards have officially been revealed as of yet but this has not stopped content creators from making predictions as to which players could feature.
Thanks to SAF Harrison, we got to see a variety of different players that have the chance of featuring in this upcoming promo, including Roma striker and former Chelsea frontman Tammy Abraham with some impressive-looking stats to match.
Davison Sanchez (Premier League) - 85
Geoffrey Kondogbia (La Liga) - 85
Tammy Abraham (Serie A) - 86
Silas Katompa Mvumpa (Bundesliga) - 84
Nuno Mendes (Ligue 1) - 86
This section will be updated as soon as more information is revealed. Stick with us and keep your eyes peeled!
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