EA has revealed FIFA’s Ultimate Team Future Stars for 2019

The Future Stars for FIFA 19’s Ultimate Team are here. EA announced the full lineup on Friday morning, revealing all 21 of the players that are on this year’s opening list.

Future Stars are players that EA has determined are likely to be superstars, and in anticipation of their rise to the top, has given their Ultimate Team cards a bit of a stat boost. The lineup includes players from all around the world, each 23 years old or younger. All 21 of the stars will be available in a Future Stars pack that will be released for a limited time sometime in the near future.

According to EA’s announcement of the lineup, six more will also be joining the ranks of these Future Stars sometime during the season. The final new addition will be voted on by fans, who can log in between 1 p.m. EST on Jan. 19 and 1 p.m. on Jan. 21 in order to vote for one of Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Crystal Palace), Allan Saint-Maximin (OGC Nice), Reiss Nelson (TSG Hoffenheim), Krzysztof Piatek (Genoa), or Brahim Diaz (Real Madrid) to join the roster of this year’s Future Stars.

For a full list of this year’s Future Stars, their positions, and the teams they currently play for, check bellow.

FIFA 19 FUT Future Stars EA Vancouver/Electronic Arts

Players:

Vinicius Junior, left winger – Real Madrid

Matthijs de Ligt, center back – Ajax

Houssem Aouar, central midfielder – Olympique Lyonnais

Alban Lafont, goalkeeper – ACF Fiorentina

Jadon Sancho, right winger – Borussia Dortmund

Arthur Melo, central midfielder – FC Barcelona

Kai Havertz, central attacking midfielder – Bayer Leverkusen

Trent Alexander-Arnold, right back – Liverpool

Patrick Cutrone, striker – AC Milan

Rodrigo Bentancur, central midfielder – Juventus

Phil Folden, central attacking midfielder – Manchester City

Luka Jovic, striker – Eintracht Frankfurt

Dayot Upamecano, center back – RB Leipzig

Alex Grimaldo, left back – SL Benfica

Davide Calabria, right back – AC Milan

Eder Militao, center back – FC Porto

Benjamin Mendy, left back – Manchester City

Patrick Kluivert, left winger – AS Roma

Matteo Guendouzi, central midfielder – Arsenal

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, striker – Everton

Achraf Hakimi, right back – Borussia Dortmund

Source: Polygon.com

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