Burnley’s Nick Pope has been shining brighter than many of the other Premier League goalkeepers during the 2019/20 season, and FIFA 20 Ultimate Team players can now pick up his FUT Birthday special card by completing an SBC.
The in-game event, which celebrates the creation of FUT each year, has already brought a whole host of Squad Building Challenges to the game – most recently for Rodrigo Moreno, Malang Sarr, Tiemoue Bakayoko, and more.
Now, if you thought these previous special cards were good, and maybe a bit out of your price range, wait until you see this ‘keeper. So, let’s run through Pope’s in-game stats, requirements, cost, and solutions – so you can decide if you want to add him to your squad.
FUT Birthday Nick Pope SBC in FIFA 20
Before we delve deeper into this challenge, it’s worth noting that Pope – who is hoping to prove himself to be England’s next No.1 goalkeeper at international level – has five star skill moves with this new version.
Aside from that, as the stats show below, he also has 88 handling, 85 kicking, and 88 positioning. This card is also a whopping five overall ratings higher than his only in-form card in FIFA 20, showing a significant upgrade.
Deadline and requirements
If you want to add Pope’s FUT Birthday card to your Ultimate Team, it’s probably best to not hang around as it will only be available in-game until April 12. Of course, it’s also non-repeatable. The full list of requirements can be found below.
Number of players from England: Min 1
Squad Rating: Min 84
Team Chemistry: Min 80
Number of players in the Squad: 11
- Reward: Nick Pope FUT Birthday (87)
Nick Pope FUT Birthday cost and solution
Unlike many other FUT Birthday cards, Pope actually isn’t too pricey – especially considering he’s the only goalkeeper in the entire game with five star skills. According to the FUTBIN database, he will set you back around 50,000 on PlayStation 4, 57,000 on Xbox One, and if you play on PC, the challenge will cost around 48,000 to finish.
Of course, do have in mind that markets change quickly on all platforms, so this may be higher or lower when you come to do it. Finally, here’s our recommended solution.
That’s just one team that can work, but there are obviously a few other alternatives as well if you find that one or two of the cards have become a little expensive – so feel free to mix them around slightly to suit.