FIFA 22 Future Stars Team 2 leaked

EA SPORTS will release the FIFA 22 Future Stars Team 2 in a few days. Team 2 follows the... | 9. February 2022

EA SPORTS will release the FIFA 22 Future Stars Team 2 in a few days. Team 2 follows the first set and the next group of promo players has already been leaked.

The first set of promising young players was massively upgraded on February 4 when Team 1 was released. In Team 1 we saw players like Dušan Vlahović of Juventus Turin, Jude Bellingham of Borussia Dortmund and Emile Smith-Rowe of Arsenal. But Team 1 was only one part, as EA plans to release Team 2 this February. The highly anticipated FIFA 22 Future Stars promo will end on February 11 with the release of Team 2.

FIFA 22 Future Stars Team 2 leaked

As it is often the case with popular games, leaks are made beforehand. According to several different sources the secret information is not so secret anymore. There are only a handful of players that will be in Team 2, with about 14 cards slated for inclusion. This is the second team of the Future Stars event:

  • Bryan Gil (Tottenham)
  • Kabore (Troyes)
  • Adams (RB Leipzig)
  • Miranda (Betis Sevilla)
  • Wirtz (Leverkusen)
  • Nunez (Benfica)
  • Salisu (Southampton)
  • Caqueret (Lyon)
  • Raspadori (Sassuolo)
  • Pedri (Barcelona)
  • Lacroix (Wolfsburg)
  • Daka (Leicester)
  • Gravenberch (Ajax)
  • Ibanez (AS Rome)

According to TrustyFutTrader, these players have been leaked and are expected to be included in Team 2. However, nothing has been officially confirmed yet.

Only one German player

German players are missing: while fan favorites like Jude Bellingham or Aurélien Tchouaméni received a Future Stars card, players like Jamal Musiala or Karim Ademyi were searched for in vain. Although the two German strikers are among the most hyped talents in professional soccer, EA did not include them for the Future Stars event. This doesn’t seem to change in the next version.

Team 2 more successful than team 1?

Team 1 did not have the desired effect on fans, who were a bit disappointed with the selection. German players in particular were not included and many had wished to see players like Karim Ademyi and Jamal Musiala. The fact that the two popular strikers were not present at the star event was met with incomprehension from the community.

As it seems, the two are not there again this time, the reasons for this are still unclear. Mason Greenwood is also conspicuous by his absence. He didn’t get a ticket after being accused of domestic violence and sexual assault. Nike even publicly parted ways with the player, saying he was no longer “a Nike athlete.” The Future Stars token store is also scheduled to launch on Friday, Feb. 11.