FIFA 23 has announced its Team of the Year (TOTY) and the vote for the 12th Man will soon open.
All the players chosen for TOTY will receive new FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) cards with hugely boosted ratings.
The full list of winners.
The lowest rating of any TOTY player is an outstanding 94, and the highest is 98.
Here are all the FIFA 23 TOTY winners to look out for in upcoming FUT packs.
FIFA 23 TOTY: Winners
Below is the full list of TOTY winners as voted for by FIFA 23 players.
They are split into categories by position, and each of the cards will be released on different days.
We have the full schedule for those who want to know when their favourites are available.
- 97 – Karim Benzema (France) – Real Madrid
- 97 – Kylian Mbappé (France) – Paris Saint-Germain *winner with 23% of the votes
- 98 – Lionel Messi (Argentina) – Paris Saint-Germain
- 95 – Jude Bellingham (England) – Borussia Dortmund
- 97 – Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) – Manchester City *winner with 21% of the votes
- 96 – Luka Modrić (Croatia) – Real Madrid
- 94 – Achraf Hakimi (Morocco) – Paris Saint-Germain*winner with 15% of the votes
- 94 – Éder Militão (Brazil) – Real Madrid
- 94 – Theo Hernández (France) – AC Milan
- 96 – Virgil van Dijk (The Netherlands) – Liverpool
- 96 – Thibaut Courtois (Belgium) – Real Madrid*won with 56% of the votes
FIFA 23 TOTY: 12th Man
From January 23, players will be able to vote for their runner-up to TOTY, the infamous 12th Man.
They will also have a special boosted card released at a later date.
Here are the nominees:
- Erling Haaland (Norway) – Manchester City
- Federico Valverde (Uruguay) – Real Madrid
- João Cancelo (Portugal) – Manchester City
FIFA 23 TOTY: New FUT Icons
EA Sports also announced a new round of FUT Icons that will be available from January 20, to celebrate the TOTY.
They are as follows:
- Alessandro Nesta – Italy
- Andrea Pirlo – Italy
- Ashley Cole – England
- Claude Makélélé – France
- David Beckham – England
- Edwin van der Sar – The Netherlands
- Gerd Muller – Germany
- Hugo Sánchez – Mexico
- Javier Zanetti – Argentina
- Nemanja Vidić – Serbia
- Robert Pirès – France
- Ronaldinho – Brazil
- Ruud Gullit – The Netherlands
- Xabi Alonso – Spain
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.
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