FIFA 22: What to do in Ultimate Team this week

With many different tasks and game modes, FIFA 22 Ultimate Team can be a tricky place to prioritise your playtime in.

We have you covered, with this weekly look at all the objectives and SBCs, letting you know what to look out for and where to avoid.

Where possible we will also be highlighting how to combine multiple objectives, to streamline your play.

FIFA 22 Weekly Roadmap
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THE FINALS ARE COMING - Friday sees the return of a FUT favourite promo


Weekend League rewards are available at 2am ET / 7am GMT if you did not complete all your matches.

After a very disappointing Team of the Week 20, Team of the Week 21 brought us quite a few decent Red Picks to choose from.

The highest-rated is the 91 OVR Manuel Neuer, with 87 ratings for Jordi Alba, Kalidou Koulibaly and Luis Alberto.

Few of the inclusions will be challenging for a place in your starting XI, but there are plenty of cards that can be used as SBC fodder.

The Future Stars promo is in its second week, so continue to complete the daily SBCs to gain tokens for the new Future Stars Swaps rewards.

EA has also been hiding Swaps tokens in other content, such as the Paolo Maldini loan SBC, so find out how to gain all the tokens right here.

It was thought that we would see Amine Gouiri and Samuel Chukwueze as Academy Player objectives, but instead, they are just standard player objectives that need to be completed in their respective FUT Friendlies.

You have until Thursday, 3 March to complete both, but it's worth getting them out of the way sooner rather than later so more content doesn't stack up on them.

You aren't able to combine their objectives with each other or any other cards, as they have a new unique Friendly to compete for them in.

EA brought in a new matchmaking system in FUT Friendlies called Live Opponent, that will pair you with another compatible friendly, and you can learn more about it here.


Today is your last chance to bring in Silver Stars Pedrinho, so make sure you have completed that.

With the objectives being able to be completed in less than an hour it's definitely worth doing.

This week you will again be rewarded with a Future Stars Token as well as the Silver Stars player.

As well as the Gouiri and Chukwueze objectives, there is the Future Stars Academy Player Trevoh Chalobah, which will expire on Friday, 11 March.

When you get to the 85 OVR version you can combine his objectives with PL League Player Malang Sarr (if you are yet to complete them), as both need doing in the Live FUT Friendly: Managerial Masterpiece, which will expire on Monday, 14 March.

Trevoh Chalobah is well worth completing, as you can see from our player review on him.


Team of the Week 22 dropped on Wednesday, 16 February at 1pm ET / 6pm GMT.

With a hat-trick against Norwich, Raheem Sterling had to be included in the squad, which saw him gain a 90 OVR card.

It was a good week for SBC fodder cards as opposed to starting players, with Kieran Trippier, Nabil Fekir, James Ward-Prowse, Mike Maignan, Tanguy Ndombele, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Edin Visca and Marco Reus all getting 86-rated cards.

Branimir Hrgota was the new Silver Stars card, not the best around, but still, a free card that links with other Bundesliga Silver Stars releases.

The objective will also reward you with a Future Stars Swaps Token, so get that completed and out of the way so you don't have to worry about it for the rest of the week.

Another Future Stars Academy Player objective was unexpectedly released, with Matheus Nunes now available to unlock.

You can combine his objectives with those of Trevoh Chalobah, with nearly all of them needing to be completed in Squad Battles.

Look to get these player objectives done whilst you work towards the Year In Review rewards, which will expire on Monday, 28 February.

You will need to play 75 Division Rivals and/or Squad Battles matches to gain all the possible rewards.


Division Rivals rewards will be released at 3am ET / 8am GMT on Thursday, 17 February, but aside from that, it will probably be a quiet day for new content.

If you've amassed some packs you may want to break them all open now, with Future Stars Team 2 rotating out on Friday, 18 February at 1pm ET / 6pm GMT.


Weekend League kicks off at 4am ET / 9am GMT, so make sure you've qualified for that if you plan to enter.

As mentioned, Future Stars Team 2 will rotate out of packs, with the next promo set to begin at 1pm ET / 6pm GMT.

FIFA 22 Road to the Final loading screen
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THE FINALS ARE COMING - Road to the Final will release another set of 'live' cards

EA announced through a loading screen that the promo will be Road to the Final, a returning favourite that will bring more 'live' cards to the game.

As usual, the release will be accompanied by a set of boosted cards, objectives and SBCs.


If you've qualified for Weekend League then your day will be occupied with that.

Look to be hitting 51 points as a minimum, as the rewards get much better from that stage upwards.

If you've not entered, then completing objective players and amassing Squad Battles/Division Rivals games for the Year In Review objectives will be your goal.


Squad Battle rewards will be available at 3am ET / 8am GMT, which could be quite good if you've been playing them for the Year In Review objectives.

Again, it will be another day of Weekend League or player objectives.

We could see a mini-release celebrating the new promo at 1pm ET / 6pm GMT, if not then some kind of SBC will surely come.

Live SBCs

There are quite a few Icon cards available at the moment, and we would recommend completing their loan card options, as you can use them infinitely in FUT Friendlies, and they could come in very useful in the future.

To find out all the current Live SBCs, check out our SBC Hub.

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