Jack Grealish’s insane FIFA 21 Ultimate Team revealed with ICON players

Published: 20/Oct/2020 9:32

by Connor Bennett


Aston Villa star Jack Grealish has revealed his FIFA 21 Ultimate Team lineup, and it’s a beauty – even if his Pro Player card is nowhere to be seen. 

Just like everyone else, some professional footballers love nothing more than dominating games of FIFA. This is obviously made a little easier in Ultimate Team given that EA SPORTS hands out Pro Players to these players so you know you’re playing the real deal. 


Jack Grealish had his 95-rated card at the heart of his Ultimate Team back in FIFA 20, surrounding it with a cast of legends in Roberto Carlos, Zinedine Zidane, Pele, and Ronaldo. 

With FIFA 21 now out, and players building up their Ultimate Teams, Grealish has revealed what he’s working with so far – and it seems as if he’s going for a similar lineup to FIFA 20.

Grealish is the star of Villa’s side, but none of his teammates get into his Ultimate Team.

The Aston Villa star posted his team on an Instagram story on October 20, showing that he’s going with the same forward line – the 94-rated Ronaldo and 95-rated Pele. 

However, where his Pro Player card was supporting them from the CAM role in FIFA 20, Grealish has changed things ever so slightly. Instead of his own card, the 89-rated Ronaldinho is situated at CAM.

In terms of his defence, he’s gone for the standard Liverpool combo of Allison, Virgil Van Dijk, and Andrew Robertson – while sprinkling in Kyle Walker in-form as well as Adama Traore. It’s certainly a pacey backline. 


Jack Grealish’s FIFA 21 Ultimate Team XI

  • GK: Allison – 90
  • RB: Adama Traore – 79
  • LB: Andrew Robertson – 87
  • CB: Kyle Walker – 86
  • CB: Virgil Van Dijk – 90
  • CDM: N’Golo Kante – 88
  • RM: Lionel Messi – 93
  • LM: Raheem Sterling – 88
  • CAM: Ronaldinho – 89
  • ST: Pele – 95
  • ST: Ronaldo – 94

Obviously, the big omission from the squad is his Pro Player card, and it seems likely that would quite easily slot in over Ronaldinho – despite how good the Brazilian star might be. 

It could be a case of EA not getting around to handing out the Pro Player cards, given how early into the FIFA 21 year we are. So, we’ll just have to keep an eye on things to see if Grealish makes many changes.

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