Fifa 19 Future Stars List OR

Fifa 19 Future Stars List OR

Fifa 19 Future Stars List

The Curata Fifa 19 Future Stars list gives you the competitive edge for FIFA 19 with the top emerging talents from Europe, South America, and North America.


The ratings of these cards are based on the potential future ratings they may reach while on the top form of their professional careers. Inspired by the FIFA Database each FUT Future Stars’ rating is based on what a player could become if they live up their hype and fulfill their potential in the future. No other FUT card features a so high upgrade as the FIFA 19 Future Stars cards do. Compared to their NIF items, the ratings may increase up to 20 points (!). Contrary to dynamic cards, these item do not change after being released. They are released in packs,d SBCs and Objectives with their unique ratings.

FUT Future Stars is our definitive list of breakout stars for 2019. This squad of wonderkids are on the cusp of breaking through into the football mainstream this season. In Future Stars we flash forward to what these youngsters could become if they fulfill their potential. A squad of 21 Future Stars will be released in packs, for a limited time, with supercharged stats to help them compete with today's FUT elite. (Source: www.ea.com)


The FIFA 19 Future Stars cards are assigned to a very limited selection of 21 players and will be available in packs from Friday, January 18 (6pm UK time) to January 25, 2019. During this week, they replace the corresponding regular card. In other words, in the week a player gets his ‘FlashForward’ cards in packs, it is impossible to find his NIF card there. Throughout the event 6 more Future Stars will be available through SBCs and Objectives. The final Future Star will be decided by you, the FUT community. Fan’s logging into FUT between 6PM UK Saturday 19th January & 6PM UK 21st January will get to decide who should become the Fan’s Future Star by casting their vote in a special Player Pick.

Potential is key in FIFA 19, especially in the FIFA 19 Career Mode. If you're playing FIFA 19 for the long haul, you'll eventually need to replace the players in your team once they hit retirement age. The best replacements are of course young players, with ages 17-21 being the sweet spot. Problem is, it can be tricky to judge which FIFA 19 young players are worth your time, as some of the key stats are either hidden in menus, or displayed as aggregate values. To help you out, we've been busy putting together this FIFA 19 Best Young Players Guide. It will detail the very best players between the ages of 17 and 21. We'll take into account the potential value of each player, to judge which young players you should be keeping an eye on. (Source: www.usgamer.net)


Manchester City's Phil Foden is available for half the price of the German-based players, and with excellent ball control and passing, he can be a midfield anchor for many years. Most of the midfielders have multiple positions, with attacking midfielder Takefusa Kubo capable of playing anywhere across midfield or even in attack. He's a very affordable option as he starts the game on loan at J-League club Yokohama F Marinos. Oh, and he's also nicknamed the 'Japanese Messi'. Who wouldn't want him in their team?

Matteo Guendouzi (Arsenal). When Arsenal signed 19-year-old Matteo Guendouzi from French side, Lorient, not many people knew what to expect from a player who'd been in the French second division. But, that hasn't held him back. He's already played 19 times for a new look Arsenal side and is tipped to get a call up to the French national team. (Source: www.bbc.co.uk)S


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