FIFA 20 players will be scouting out the makings of their first Ultimate Teams already and if you’re interested in all of the top La Liga player ratings you have certainly come to the right place.
The top tier of Spanish football boasts a number of the world’s most recognized players and teams in the world, with Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid putting together formidable sides ahead for the 2019/2020 season – as you would expect.
However, seasoned veterans of the EA SPORTS title will know that not every year will the best player be given the best statistics, FUT card or overall rating, and that can have a huge impact in their decision to play with them on a regular basis.
With that in mind, we have decided to bunch together all of the top player ratings in each position for the La Liga, which should be pretty useful for fans who are planning their first Ultimate Team, or perhaps even Career Mode signings as well.
There might be three dominant teams in this league, as noted earlier, so it should come as no surprise to see players from those teams make up the majority of the list. So, let’s take a look at all of the top ratings in each position – based on the Futwiz database.
FIFA 20: La Liga top player ratings
- Jan Oblak – Atletico Madrid – 91 rated
- Marc-André ter Stegen – Barcelona – 90 rated
- Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid – 88 rated
- Sergio Ramos – Real Madrid – 89 rated
- Gerard Pique – Barcelona – 88 rated
- Jordi Alba – Barcelona – 87 rated
- Marcelo – Real Madrid – 85 rated
- Dani Carvajal – Real Madrid – 85 rated
- Luca Modric – Real Madrid – 90 rated
- Sergio Busquets – Barcelona – 89 rated
- Toni Kroos – Real Madrid – 88 rated
- Casemiro – Real Madrid – 87 rated
- Lionel Messi – Barcelona – 94 rated
- Eden Hazard – Real Madrid – 91 rated
- Luis Suarez – Barcelona – 89 rated
- Antoine Griezmann – Barcelona – 89 rated
So, there you have it. Those are all of the top ratings for the La Liga football league and in all fairness, there aren’t too many surprises.
Across all four positions on the field, this list has hardly changed over the last few years. For those wondering where Gareth Bale is on the list, it’s worth noting that in FIFA 20 he’s suffered a drop in rating by three, moving from 88 in FIFA 19 to 85 in the upcoming title.
For those looking to get their hands on FIFA 20 early as we approach its September 27 release date, there are two options available.
You can choose to jump into the demo version, which is available in console stores for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4, or jump into EA Access on September 19, where you will get 10 hours to trial the title before it hits the shelves.