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FIFA 17 News Roundup #39

This week EA Sports released three new Teams of the Season featuring the best players of this season in Bundesliga, Eredivisie and Pro League:

Bundesliga TOTS

Starting XI

  • GK: Manuel Neuer – FC Bayern (Germany) – Germany
  • RB: Lukasz Piszczek –  Borussia Dortmund (Germany) – Poland
  • LM: Sead Kolasinac – Schalke 04 (Germany) – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • CB:  Mats Hummels – FC Bayern (Germany) – Germany
  • CB: Niklas Sule – TSG Hoffenheim (Germany) – Germany
  • RM: Ousamane Dembele – Borussia Dortmund (Germany) – France
  • CM: Thiago –  FC Bayern (Germany) – Spain
  • LM: Emil Forsberg –  RB Leipzig (Germany) – Sweden
  • CM: Naby Keita – RB Leipzig (Germany) – Guinea
  • ST: Robert Lewandowski – FC Bayern (Germany) – Poland
  • ST: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Borussia Dortmund (Germany) – Gabon

Substitutes 

  • GK: Oliver Baumann – TSG Hoffenheim (Germany) – Germany 
  • RB: Philipp Lahm –  FC Bayern (Germany) – Germany
  • CB: Willi Orban – RB Leipzig (Germany) – Germany
  • RM: Arjen Robben – FC Bayern (Germany) – Holland
  • LM: Vincenzo Grifo – SC Freiburg (Germany) – Italy
  • ST: Anthony Modeste – 1. FC Koln (Germany) – France
  • ST: Timo Werner – RB Leipzig (Germany) – Germany

Reserves

  • LB: Marvin Plattenhardt – Hertha BSC (Germany) – Germany
  • CAM: Marco Fabian – Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) – Mexico
  • LM: Raphael Guerreiro –  Borussia Dortmund (Germany) – Portugal
  • ST: Max Kruse – SV Werder Bremen (Germany) – Germany
  • CF: Lars Stindl – Borussia M’gladbach (Germany) – Germany

Pro League TOTS

Starting XI

  • GK: Colin Coosemans – KV Mechelen (Belgium) – Belgium
  • CB: Kara Mbodji –  Anderlecht (Belgium) – Senegal
  • CB: Omar Colley – RC Genk (Belgium) – Gambia
  • CB: Samuel Gigot – AA Gent (Belgium) – France
  • LB: Ivan Obradovic – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Serbia
  • CM: Leander Dendoncker – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Belgium
  • CM: Renato Neto –  AA Gent (Belgium) – Brazil
  • CM: Ruud Vormer –  Club Brugge (Belgium) – Holland
  • CM: Youri Tielemans – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Belgium
  • LW: Jose Izquierdo – Club Brugge (Belgium) – Colombia
  • ST: Lukasz Teodorzyck – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Poland

Substitutes

  • GK: Frank Boeckx –  Anderlecht (Belgium) – Belgium
  • CB: Timothy Derijck –  SV Zulte Waregem (Belgium) – Belgium
  • CB: Nana Asare – AA Gent (Belgium) – Belgium
  • CAM: Pozuelo – RC Genk (Belgium) – Spain
  • LM: Sofiane Hanni – Anderlecht (Belgium) – Algeria
  • ST: Jelle Vossen – Club Brugge (Belgium) – Belgium
  • ST: Mbaye Leye – SV Zulte Waregem (Belgium) – Senegal

Reserves

  • CB: Martos – Charleroi (Belgium) – Spain
  • LM: Henry Onyekuru – Eupen (Belgium) – Nigeria
  • CF: Yuya Kubo –  AA Gent (Belgium) – Japan
  • ST: Ishak Belfodil – Standard Liege (Belgium) – Algeria
  • ST: Landry Dimata – KV Oostende (Belgium) – Belgium

Eredivisie TOTS

Starting XI

  • GK: Brad Jones – Feyenoord (Holland) – Australia
  • CB: Eric Botteghin –  Feyenoord (Holland) – Brazil
  • CB: Davinson Sanchez – Ajax (Holland) – Colombia
  • RB: Rick Karsdorp – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
  • RB: Joel Veltman – Ajax (Holland) – Holland
  • CDM: Lasse Schone – Ajax (Holland) – Denmark
  • CM: Karim El Ahmadi –  Feyenoord (Holland) – Morocco
  • CAM: Jens Toornstra –  Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
  • CM: Davy Klaassen – Ajax (Holland) – Holland
  • LW: Sam Larsson – Sc Heerenveen (Holland) – Sweden
  • ST: Nicolai Jorgensen – Feyenoord (Holland) – Denmark

Substitutes

  • GK: Konstantinos Lamprou –  Willem II (Holland) – Greece
  • CB: Jan-Arie van der Heijden –  Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
  • CB: Hector Moreno – PSV (Holland) – Mexico
  • CDM: Andres Guardado – PSV (Holland) – Mexico
  • CM: Tonny Vilhena – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
  • CM: Hakim Ziyech – Ajax (Holland) – Morocco
  • LW: Eljero Elia – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland

Reserves

  • LB: Ridgeciano Haps – AZ (Holland) – Holland
  • CDM: Kamohelo Mokotjo – FC Twente (Holland) – South Africa
  • CM: Yassin Ayoub –  FC Utrecht (Holland) – Holland
  • ST: Enes Unal – FC Twente (Holland) – Turkey
  • ST: Kasper Dolberg – Ajax (Holland) – Denmark

TOTW 36 was released as well featuring the next in-forms:

Starting XI

  • GK: Keylor Navas – Real Madrid (Spain) – Costa Rica
  • CB: Leonardo Bonucci –  Juventus (Italy) – Italy
  • CB: Kalidou Koulibaly – Napoli (Italy) – Senegal
  • CB: Geoff Cameron –  Stoke City (England) – USA
  • CM: Paul Pogba – Manchester United (England) – France
  • LM: Vitolo – Sevilla FC (Spain) – Spain
  • CM: Georginio Wijnaldum –  Liverpool (Engalnd) – Holland
  • CAM: Heung Min Son –  Tottenham Hotspur (England) – South Korea
  • ST: Sergio Aguero – Manchester City (England) – Argentina
  • ST: Marco Reus – Borussia Dortmund (Germany) – Germany
  • ST: Alexandre Lacazette – Olympique Lyonnais (France) – France

Substitutes 

  • GK: Ralf Fahrmann –  FC Schalke 04 (Germany) – Germany
  • CAM: Nicolas De Preville –  LOSC Lille (France) – France
  • CAM: Miguel Almiron – Atlanta United FC (USA) – Paraguay
  • LW: Stephan El Shaarawy – Roma (Italy) – Italy
  • ST: Daniel Ginczek – VfB Stuttgart (Germany) – Germany
  • CF: Yuya Osako – 1. FC Koln (Germany) – Japan
  • ST: Vitinho – CSKA Moskva (Russia) – Brazil

Reserves

  • CAM: Ryota Morioka – Slask Wroclaw (Poland) – Japan
  • CAM: Luca Tremolada – Virtus Entella (Italy) – Italy
  • LM: Christian Jakobsen –  Sonderjyske (Denmark) – Denmark
  • ST: Shinzo Koroki – Urawa Red Diamonds (Japan) – Japan
  • CM: Francisco Rodriguez – FC Luzern (Switzerland) – Switzerland

These in-forms are available in packs from May 24th – May 31st! You can view this TOTW in more details on FUTHead or EASports.

This week EA Sports also released 9 new special cards in FUT 17 featuring Fellaini, Rasmussen, Morison, Rodelin, Goodwin, Kaka, Waldschmidt, Delgado and Andersen.

Below you can find the latest live SBCs available in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team:

Marquee Matchups

Bundesliga Premium Upgrade

Bundesliga Upgrade

Tomorrow you will have the chance to get the 24th Bundesliga TOTS player by winning the FUT Champions Weekend League Tournament Qualifier.

For the first time this season you can win a Premium Gold Pack in this week’s FIFA 17 single player tournament:

Bundesliga TOTS Cup

Squad Requirements
18 Bundesliga players + Min. 7 nationalities in Starting XI

Rewards
1 Premium Gold Pack

Difficulty
Professional

Tournament Schedule
Begins: 26/05/2017 – Ends: 02/06/2017

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Kante has been announced as the EA SPORTS™ Premier League Player of the Season and a new dedicated SBC is expected to be released in FIFA 17.

The Bundesliga TOTS is now available in FIFA Mobile as well:

Starters

  • GK: Manuel Neuer – Bayern München
  • CB: Mats Hummels – Bayern München
  • CB: Niklas Süle – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
  • RB: Lukasz Piszczek – Borussia Dortmund
  • CDM: Naby Keïta – RB Leipzig
  • LM: Sead Kolašinac – FC Schalke 04
  • LM: Emil Forsberg – RB Leipzig
  • CM: Thiago – Bayern München
  • RM: Ousmane Dembélé – Borussia Dortmund
  • ST: Robert Lewandowski –  Bayern München
  • ST: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Borussia Dortmund

Bench + Reserves

  • GK: Oliver Baumann – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
  • LB: Marvin Plattenhardt – Hertha BSC
  • CB: Willi Orban – RB Leipzig
  • RB: Philipp Lahm – Bayern München
  • LM: Vincenzo Grifo – SC Freiburg
  • LM: Raphael Guerreiro – Borussia Dortmund
  • RM: Arjen Robben – Bayern München
  • CAM: Marco Fabián – Eintracht Frankfurt
  • CF: Lars Stindl – Borussia Monchengladbach
  • ST: Anthony Modeste – 1. FC Köln
  • ST: Timo Werner – RB Leipzig
  • ST: Max Kruse – SV Werder Bremen

While the latest FIFA Mobile TOTW features the next in-forms:

  • GK: Christian Mathenia – Hamburger SV (Germany)
    • Mathenia had four saves as Hamburg beat Wolfsburg 2-1 and avoided relegation.
  • LB: Saúl – Atlético de Madrid (Spain)
    • Saúl was solid in a defensive role as Atlético de Madrid beat Athletic Club 3-1.
  • CB: Bastian Oczipka – Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)
    • Oczipka scored twice in the last 10 minutes as Eintracht drew with RB Leipzig 2-2.
  • CB: Jemerson – AS Monaco (France)
    • Jermerson had a goal in Monaco’s 2-3 win over Rennes.
  • RB: Henrik Dalsgaard – SV Zulte Waregem (Belgium)
    • Dalsgaard had a goal as Zulte-Waregem came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Sporting Charleroi.
  • LM: Vitolo – Sevilla FC (Spain)
    • Vitolo had two goals an assist as Sevilla comfortably beat Osasuna 5-0.
  • CM: Kevin Strootman – Roma (Italy)
    • Strootman had two assists in Roma’s 3-5 win over Chievo.
  • RM: Gerso – Sporting KC (MLS)
    • Gerso had all three goals for Sporting KC as they beat Seattle 3-0 on Wednesday evening.
  • ST: Wout Weghorst – AZ (The Netherlands)
    • Weghorst had three goals across two legs as AZ beat Groningen 8-2 and advance to the Eredivisie European Play-offs Final.
  • ST: Marco Reus – Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
    • Reus scored two goals as Dortmund came back twice to beat Werder Bremen 4-3.
  • ST: Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur (England)
    • Kane had an incredible week. First, he scored four goals in Spurs’ 1-6 over Leicester City. He then scored three more goals as his club beat Hull City 1-7.

Eliasson, Gutierrez, Zapata, Belozoglu and Alessandrini are this week’s Impact Players in FIFA Mobile.

In the last episode of The Pitch, Mav and Wolfy chat with Shellz after his great performance in Berlin. They also travel to Wolfsburg and chat with Timo “TimoX” Siep about what is like to be a pro FIFA player. Finally, the Mavric Wolves take a turn in the dreaded Akinfenwall:

Thanks for checking and see you soon with more news!

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Founder of FIFA-Infinity.com, Graphic Designer and FIFA Modder in spare time.

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