FIFA 22 Future Stars guide to new cards for Pedri and Daka

FIFA 22 Future Stars are certain to be a hot commodity all the way through to the season’s end. These cards see promising youngsters such as Jude Bellingham and Emile Smith Rowe get boosted FIFA 22 ratings, representing their future peaks – with Ibrahima Konate and Patson Daka also receiving one-time upgrades. How does the promo work, and where can you see a full list of cards? The complete scouting report is here, in your FIFA 22 Future Stars guide. 

What is the FIFA 22 Future Stars promo?

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FIFA 22 Future Stars kicked off on Friday, February 4. The name is a giveaway: it’s a new batch of cards covering the world’s best young players, all of which have huge ratings boosts. So while Smith Rowe’s normal card is rated 76, his new item gets a 91 OVR – while Konate leaps from 78 to 89. 

All players are under 23 and haven’t been featured in previous edition campaigns such as FIFA 21 Future Stars

Who is in FIFA 22 Future Stars Team 1?

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Smith Rowe and Konate, obviously, while the highest-rated player is prodigious England talent Jude Bellingham (CM, Dortmund, 93). Also breaking the 90 barrier are Dusan Vlahovic (ST, Piemonte Calcio, 92) and Aurelien Tchouameni (CM, Monaco, 91). The other Premier League players initially found in packs are Joao Pedro (ST, Watford, 87) and Trincao (RW, Wolves, 87).

Additionally you could nab Arthur Cabral (ST, Fiorentina, 87) in the first FIFA 22 Future Stars SBC, and Chelsea starlet Trevoh Chalobah was on offer as an objectives-based challenge. His initial card is rated 79, but the completion of in-game tasks unlocks additional cards which go all the way up to 88.

All the cards from Team 1 are included in the player list at the end of this guide. 

Were the FIFA 22 Future Stars Team 2 predictions correct?

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Social media reckoned there was a FIFA 22 Future Stars Team 2 leak before the promo even began, and many of those players listed did indeed get new cards second time around. They include Barcelona midfielder Pedri (CM, 93), Leicester City striker Patson Daka (ST, 88), Real Betis left-back Miranda (LB, 86), and outstanding Ajax prospect Ryan Gravenberch (CM, 92).

Also added in the follow-up squad are Bryan Gil (LM, Valencia, 89) and Mohammed Salisu (CB, Southampton, 86), while new objectives rewards include Samuel Chukwueze (RM, Villarreal, 88) and Amine Gouri (ST, OGC Nice, 88).

All Team 2 additions are included in the full Future Stars card list at the foot of this feature.

What are FIFA 22 Future Stars Swap Tokens?

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FIFA 22 Future Stars Swap Tokens were a bonus element of FIFA 22 TOTY (Team Of The Year) which carried over into this promo. Completing objectives and SBCs scored up to 28 tokens that can be exchanged for packs or players. 

25 tokens could be traded in for a player pick from Future Stars Team 1, or you could offload 20 tokens in return for an 89-rated version of Crystal Palace midfielder Gallagher. 

15 tokens earned you a pack of 10 players rated 85 or more, while you could exchange 12 tokens for Jeremie Frimpong (RB, Leverkusen, 88).

Alternatively you could trade 12 tokens for a random Team 1 player, 8 tokens for an 88-rated Frimpong card, 5 tokens for an Ultimate Pack, 3 tokens for a pack of 10 cards rated 81-89, or 2 tokens for a Rare Players Pack. 

All of these challenges sadly expired on Friday, February 25.

Is there a complete FIFA 22 Future Stars cards list?

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Yep. The complete FIFA 22 Future Stars cards list, including rewards for SBCs, challenges and player tokens, is listed below. It’s correct as of Tuesday, March 1.

  • Jude Bellingham (CM, Dortmund) – 93
  • Pedri (CM, Barcelona) – 93
  • Dusan Vlahovic (ST, Piemonte Calcio) – 92
  • Ryan Gravenberch (CM, Ajax) – 92
  • Florian Wirtz (CAM, Leverkusen) – 92
  • Ferran Torres (ST, Barcelona) – 92
  • Ferran Torres (RW, Barcelona) – 92
  • Emile Smith Rowe (CAM, Arsenal) – 91
  • Aurelien Tchouameni (CM, Monaco) – 90
  • Maxence Lacroix (CB, Wolfsburg) – 90
  • Brahim Diaz (LW, Milan) – 90 [SBC only]
  • Brahim Diaz (CAM, Milan) – 90 [SBC only]
  • Mikkel Damsgaard (LM, Sampdoria) – 89
  • Pedro Porro (RWB, Sporting Lisbon) – 89
  • Ibrahima Konate (CB, Liverpool) – 89
  • Bryan Gil (LM, Valencia) – 89
  • Connor Gallagher (CM, Crystal Palace) – 89 [swap tokens only]
  • Matheus Cunha (CAM, Atletico Madrid) – 88 
  • Patson Daka (ST, Leicester City) – 88
  • William Saliba (CB, Marseille) – 88 [SBC only]
  • Japhet Tanganga (RB, Tottenham) – 88 [SBC only]
  • Japhet Tanganga (LB, Tottenham) – 88 [SBC only]
  • Samuel Chukwueze (RM, Villarreal) – 88 [objectives only]
  • Amine Gouri (ST, OGC Nice) – 88 [objectives only]
  • Jeremie Frimpong (RB, Leverkusen) – 88 [swap tokens only]
  • Arthur Cabral (ST, Fiorentina) – 87 [SBC only]
  • Tyler Adams (CDM, RB Leipzig) – 87
  • Maxence Caqueret (CDM, OL)  – 87
  •  Joao Pedro (ST, Watford) – 87
  • Evan Ndicka (CB, Frankfurt) – 87
  • Trincao (RW, Wolves) – 87
  • Goncalo Ramos (CF, Benfica) – 87
  • Darwin Nunez (LW, Benfica) – 87
  • Giacomo Raspadori (Sassuolo, ST) – 87
  • Eljif Elmas (CDM, Napoli) – 87
  • Eljif Elmas (CAM, Napoli) – 87
  • Jamie Leweling (RW, Greuther Furth) – 87 [SBC only]
  • Cody Gakpo (LM, PSV Eindhoven) – 86
  • Takehiro Tomiyasu (RB, Arsenal) – 86
  • Takehiro Tomiyasu (CB, Arsenal) – 86
  • Ianis Hagi (CF, Rangers) – 86
  • Ibanez (FC Roma, CB) – 86
  • Miranda (LB, Real Betis) – 86
  • Mohammed Salisu (CB, Southampton) – 86
  • Jeremie Frimpong (RB, Leverkusen) – 86 [swap tokens only]
  • Sven Botman (CB, LOSC) – 85
  • Issa Kabore (RB, Troyes) – 85
  • Trevoh Chalobah (CB, Chelsea) – 88 [objectives only]
  • Trevoh Chalobah (CDM, Chelsea) – 88 [objectives only]
  • Trevoh Chalobah (CDM, Chelsea) – 85 [objectives only]
  • Trevoh Chalobah (CB, Chelsea) – 83 [objectives only]
  • Trevoh Chalobah (CDM, Chelsea) – 79 [objectives only]
  • Matheus Nunes (CM, Sporting CP) – 88 [objectives only]
  • Matheus Nunes (CAM, Sporting CP) – 85 [objectives only]
  • Matheus Nunes (RM, Sporting CP) – 83 [objectives only]
  • Matheus Nunes (CM, Sporting CP) – 81 [objectives only]

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