There are now a total of 11 FIFA 17 TOTS lineups live on PS4, Xbox One and PC, each one offering a tough team to challenge.
The latest to be released is for the Portugal’s Primeira Liga, offering the best players from Benfica, Sporting CP and FC Porto.
EA Sports have been slowly releasing new team selections this month, the latest selected from the best players in the Super Lig.
TOTS items are available by chance when opening FIFA Ultimate Team Packs and are the usual way for EA Sports to wind down their support of their latest FIFA title.
There’s a lot of new rewards available for those hoping to build the strongest squad on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
FIFA 17 TOTS kicked off on Friday May 12 and, with lineups confirmed for the English Leagues, Premier League, Community picks, Bundesliga, as well as the Belgian Pro League and Eredivisie.
The full lineups for Liga NOS can be found below and were released following the big FIFA 18 reveal earlier this week.
FIFA 18 has been given its first trailer by EA Sports, as well as a PS4 and Xbox One release date.
The FIFA 18 developer has confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo will be this year’s cover star when the game launches this summer.
FIFA 18 will be released worldwide September 29, 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Switch and Xbox 360 systems.
This would suggest that the new Switch version of the game will be in line with other leading console platforms, however, the fine print does stipulate “Not all features available on all platforms. Release date subject to change.”
FIFA 18 TOTS:
- GK: Ederson – SL Benfica (Portugal) – Brazil
- RB: Nélson Semedo – SL Benfica (Portugal) – Portugal
- CB: Felipe – FC Porto (Portugal) – Brazil
- CB: Marcano – FC Porto (Portugal) – Spain
- LB: Alex Telles – FC Porto (Portugal) – Brazil
- CDM: Danilo Pereira – FC Porto (Portugal) – Portugal
- CM: Pizzi – SL Benfica (Portugal) – Portugal
- RM: Gelson Martins – Sporting CP (Portugal) – Portugal
- RM: Pedro Santos – Braga (Portugal) – Portugal
- ST: Jonas – SL Benfica (Portugal) – Brazil
- ST: Bas Dost – Sporting CP (Portugal) – Netherlands