Looking for a specific FIFA 22 guide in order to upgrade your Ultimate Team squad, or steer you through the early weeks of career mode? Then our comprehensive FIFA 22 guides hub has everything you need both on and off the park. You’ll learn how to rack up coins, perform the best celebrations, make the most of FUT campaigns such as Numbers Up, OTW and Rulebreakers, and much more. Bookmark this page and we’ll see you good throughout the 2021-22 season with GR’s one-stop FIFA 22 guide.
Improvements don’t just take place on the pitch this year. For instance, the best part of career mode is being able to create your own team and swap them in for any of the game’s 30+ leagues. Carshalton Atheltic in the Bundesliga? Go for it. For the optimum means of setting up your new club, as well as help with on-field mechanics such as finesse shots, head over to our FIFA 22 tips rundown.
FIFA 22 formations
Every new edition of FIFA sees old strategies nerfed, and inevitably followed by a community race to find the next meta tactic. We’re a little more open-minded than that, believing a one-size-fits-all approach promotes tedium, and so have picked out seven different recommended formations for you to toy with, both online and off. Pick them all apart in the best FIFA 22 formations guide.
FIFA 22 skill moves
There are four new FIFA 22 skill moves: the Skilled Bridge, Four-Touch Turn, Scoop Turn Fake, and First-Time Spin. The first three can be nailed by any player with a four-star skill moves rating, but you need five stars in order to pull off that final one. Hit that link above to find out exactly how to do so, and access a complete list of every skill move in this year’s game.
FIFA 22 celebrations
Four is again the magic number here, with a quartet of gloat-tastic moves added to your post-goal options. They’re called Fingers, Time Check, Picture, and Point. As with skill moves, you can find out how to do the four newcomers, plus old favourites such as the Thumb Suck, Scorpion, Karate Kick and Flying Dive, via our comprehensive FIFA 22 celebrations list.
FIFA 22 stadiums
Yes, Elland Road features in FIFA 22 from the outset – although technically it’s not a new addition, as Leeds United’s home ground was patched into last year’s game in early 2021. Similarly, the Brentford Community Stadium is coming soon to FIFA 22. Already included are official stadia for Benfica, FC Porto, Arminia Bielefeld and Cadiz – we’ve profiled them as part of your complete FIFA 22 stadiums list.
FIFA 22 best teams
Bayern Munich claimed the honour of being the best team in FIFA 21 – and while in real life the German side were unable to repeat their 2019-20 Champions League triumph, they cling on to top spot in the FIFA 22 best teams list. That’s despite Paris St Germain adding Lionel Messi to a forward line also including Kylian Mbappe and Neymar over the summer. (The French giants do, however, nab second.)
FIFA 22 best players
While FC Bayern remains FIFA 22’s best team, talismanic Polish forward Robert Lewandowski falls one place short of the first place where individual players are concerned. The FIFA 22 rating list is spearheaded by new PSG import Lionel Messi with an overall of 93, just ahead of Lewa’s marginally improved 92 scores. Returning Manchester United hero Cristiano Ronaldo takes third place, with 91.
FIFA 22 coins
EA has attempted to nerf longstanding methods of building up currency in Ultimate Team – for instance, you can no longer purchase standard Bronze or Silver packs. Don’t be dismayed, however. It’s still highly possible to rack up the pretend cash without spending real money, as explained in our step-by-step FIFA 22 coins guide.
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