FIFA 21’s Future Stars promo is back again with Team 2, after EA confirmed position change cards for Gio Reyna, Reece James, and Diogo Dalot. Here’s everything you need to know.
FIFA Ultimate Team’s Future Stars promo celebrates some of Football’s rising talents. Those players who tipped to do big things are graced with a superbly boosted card.
Like other promos, EA have decided to drop two teams for Future Stars, with Team 1 containing the likes of Camavinga, Sergino Dest, and Steven Bergwijn.
Team 2 has now been confirmed, with position change cards.
FIFA 21 Future Stars Team 2 release date & time
Just as EA announced when Team 1 was released, the content around Team 2 will be available on Friday, February 12 at 6 PM GMT.
That means new players in packs, new squad building challenges, new objectives, and potentially even some nice new packs as well in the store.
Just like last time, to be eligible, the players have to be 23-years-old, or younger, and have shown “high potential” but not yet broken out as a superstar. They’re just tipped as the next big things, for now.
FIFA 21 Future Stars 2 cards revealed
EA confirmed the entire Future Stars Team 2 set, including Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka, Barcelona’s Ansu Fati, and more.
Future Stars Team 2 leak
On February 12, around an hour before the start of the promo, the Future Stars team was leaked by Futpomp. Seen below, they’ve revealed a number of names before their time.
- Ruben Dias
- Jonathan David
- Bukayo Saka (RM)
- Ansu Fati (92 ST)
- Edmond Tapsoba
- Florin Neuhaus
- Alessandro Bastoni
- Oscar Diego Lainez
EA have also confirmed that the Academy players will return as well.
These are Future Stars players who can be upgraded through a series of objectives. They won’t be as high-rated cards as the ones found in packs, but if you put the work in, you’ll get there.
Future Stars Team 2 SBCs
In terms of an SBC, seeing as they’ll be back, a French center-back won the vote on that front.
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All signs point towards either William Saliba from Arsenal or Wesley Fofana of Leicester City. The pair are tipped for big things, and Fofana has performed mightily in his Premier League appearances so far.
As mentioned, we should get objectives too, so once that’s all announced, we’ll be sure to update this post.