FIFA 23 Future Stars: Swaps, tokens, rewards and Team 2 revealed
Curious about Future Stars in FIFA 23? We reveal all.
EA Sports' FIFA 23 gives fans a taste of the present and the future with its Ultimate Team offerings - and Future Stars is about as good a promotional event as you'll find in the online mode.
Using data from real-life performances and stats, EA has added a list of young players bursting at the seams with potential. These are the best young players in football (under 23) who haven't hit the heights of mega-stardom yet.
Each special card will have four versions, with their Overall rating increasing each time. You will need to complete FUT Objectives to unlock better versions of each player.
Future Stars Team 2 has now been revealed, along with the list of swaps, tokens, and rewards. Read on below for everything you need to know about FIFA 23 Future Stars.
When is the FIFA 23 Future Stars release date?
Team 1 of the FIFA 23 Future Stars promo released at 6pm GMT on 3rd February 2023. A further mini-release took place on Sunday 5th February 2023.
Team 2 was released at 6pm GMT on Friday 10th February. Judging by previous form, we would hope to see another mini-release on or around Sunday 12th February.
Which players are in FIFA 23 Future Stars? Team 2 cards revealed
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FIFA 23's Future Stars Team 2 has now been revealed. The full list of players are listed below and you can see their new cards in the gallery above.
- Malik Tillman (Rangers)
- Jamal Musiala (Bayern München)
- Jurriën Timber (Ajax)
- Ronald Araujo (FC Barcelona)
- Enzo Fernández (Chelsea)
- Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal)
- Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (Napoli)
- Fabio Carvalho (Liverpool)
- Illan Meslier (Leeds United)
- Nicolò Fagioli (Juventus)
- Vinicius Souza (RCD Espanyol)
- Iker Bravo (Real Madrid)
- Gonzalo Plata (Real Valladolid)
- Joe Willock (Newcastle United)
And if you need reminding, here's FIFA 23's Future Stars Team 1. You can see the whole squad's ratings in the official image above or check out the list below.
- Julián Álvarez (Manchester City)
- Vitinha (Paris Saint-Germain)
- Karim Adeyemi (Borussia Dortmund)
- Joško Gvardiol (RB Leipzig)
- Rayan Cherki (Olympique Lyonnais)
- Mykhailo Mudryk (Chelsea)
- Gavi (FC Barcelona)
- Mohammed Kudus (Ajax)
- Diogo Costa (FC Porto)
- Anthony Elanga (Manchester United)
- Pierre Kalulu (Milan)
- Wilfried Singo (Torino)
- Marc Guéhi (Crystal Palace)
- Fran García (Rayo Vallecano)
- Djed Spence (Rennes)
How will FIFA 23 Future Stars Swaps work?
You earn Swaps tokens by completing Objectives, and you can use those tokens to buy rewards. More on those in a moment!
FIFA 23 Future Stars tokens revealed
One of the Future Stars tokens was already made available on 30th January, but there will eventually be 30 of these Swaps tokens.
In order to collect them, you'll need to complete Squad Building Challenges - and, of course, spend time grinding Objectives.
We'll share exactly how to collect the tokens below! These tokens have been confirmed and the rest should be added later down the line:
- Jamie Reid - log into FUT (expires 17th Feb)
- Danny Rose - buy New Year Pack in Store (expires 6th Feb)
- Chris Kane - complete SBC TOTY Challenge 1 (expires 10th Feb)
- Matty Smith - complete SBC TOTY Challenge 2 (expires 7th Feb)
- Rory Gaffney - win one match in Homegrown Eleven Friendly (expires 7th Feb)
- Tobi Sho-Silva - play a minimum of seven matches in Homegrown Eleven, and win a minimum of seven (expires 7th Feb)
- Jin Seong Wook - Silver Stars Objective: three wins (expires 8th Feb)
- Mohammed Majrashi - Silver Stars Objective: three wins, eight goals, six assists (expires 8th Feb)
What are the FIFA 23 Future Stars Swaps rewards?
As we have said, there are 30 tokens in total to collect. We'll share the possible rewards below:
- 3 Tokens - One Future Stars Team 1 Pack (1 Player)
- 5 Tokens - Base Icon Gianfranco Zola
- 10 Tokens - One 84+ x 20 Pack
- 10 Tokens - Moments Coutinho
- 15 Tokens - 87, as well as Player Pick containing Winter Wildcards, Centurions, or Future Stars Team 1 (one of five)
- 15 Tokens - One 85+ x 10 Pack
- 20 Tokens - Mid Icon George Best
- 25 Tokens - Two 85+ x 10 Packs
- 27 Tokens - Prime Icon Player Pick (one of three)
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