In order to celebrate Leicester City's Kasper Schmeichel winning the Danish POTY (Player of the Year) award, the EA SPORTS FIFA team have released a new Ultimate Team SBC (Squad Building Challenge) within FUT 19. Find our cheapest FIFA 19 Danish POTY Kasper Schmeichel 87 SBC solutions for PS4 and Xbox One.
This latest FIFA 19 POTY SBC currently costs in the region of 25k FUT coins to complete. There is only one individual challenge, and for completing it you will receive Kasper Schmeichel's Danish Player of the Year FUT card. With a total cost of 25k for an 87-rated Premier League goalkeeper, this challenge appears to be fantastic value!
This new FIFA 19 Danish POTY Schmeichel SBC is set to expire at 6pm, March 9, 2019. Many FUT fans with Premier League teams have been offered a great opportunity to improve their FIFA Ultimate Team with this latest addition to the game. We expect to see this card feature in a number of teams in the upcoming FIFA 19 FUT Champions Weekend League.
With only a single challenge to complete, this Danish Player of the Year SBC will take you no time at all. Schmeichel's stats are impressive, with 86 diving, 82 handling, 85 kicking, 92 reflexes, 65 speed and 84 positioning. At 189cm / 6'2" tall and with such high reflexes, Kasper's latest FUT card looks as though it will be extremely difficult to score past.
Although this Squad Building Challenge is relatively cheap, it is important to remind our readers that all SBC cards are untradeable. We recommend taking this into consideration before committing coins to this, or any other challenge. Check out our cheapest Danish POTY Schmeichel SBC solutions directly below.
(The following solutions do not require loyalty).
Estimated Cost: 24k (Player prices as of March 4).
Estimated Cost: 26k (Player prices as of March 4).
Are you planning on completing this latest FIFA 19 POTY SBC? If you have already played with Player of the Year Schmeichel, get in touch and let us know if you think this Squad Building Challenge is good value for FUT coins.
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