One of the biggest events in the FIFA gaming calendar, Team of the Season (TOTS), has arrived and is already creating a lot of social buzz.
The best-selling football series of all time partly earns its revenue through the iconic Ultimate Team feature, which fans of the game arguably look forward to most, in what has been a unique season in terms of real-life football.
TOTS’ arrival to FIFA 21 usually means that we are getting into the business end of the campaign where the best performers from the major leagues around the world are celebrated, including the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A and more.
The FIFA series has rapidly evolved over the years from a casual football game, into an Esports leading title, with footballers such as Liverpool stars Diogo Jota and Trent Alexander-Arnold keen players of the game.
As we’ve previously seen, you can expect to see a large number of valuable players that will be extremely valuable in terms of in-game currency is concerned, with the likes of Harry Kane, Ederson, Bruno Fernandes and Mohamed Salah expected to be included in the Premier League side.
Squads for each league will be released in stages, but the order in which they will be unveiled has not yet been announced.
If we are going off what we saw in FIFA 20, squads were released on a Wednesday/Friday basis, with the big leagues released on Friday evenings. We predict they will be released in the following order:
- Community TOTS
- Premier League
- Serie A
- Ligue 1
- Saudi Arabia League
- Liga NOS
- Super Lig
- Latin America
- Rest of the World
TOTS arrives in FIFA 21 on Friday 23rd April 2021 and will run until around 18th June 2021.
Three squads have been released so far, the Community, EFL and Premier League squads. Here are the full teams along with stats:
More teams will be posted here as they are announced.
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