Are you interested in starting your own FIFA 20 Ultimate Team? FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) is one of the most popular modes in Electronic Arts’ (EA) annual football series. In order to build your dream team, all you need to do is trade players, complete objectives and win matches.
What are FIFA Coins?
FIFA coins are a virtual currency that is used to purchase Items (coins, cosmetics and glory) on the market. FIFA coins can be used to trade FUT articles in the Transfer Market, or for acquiring packs from the Store. The Transfer Market is actually a place where people buy and sell their FUT players in order to assemble their respective teams. A person can buy FIFA coins by playing console games, completing challenges or selling their players. Likewise, you can take pit your FUT players against either human rivals or AI opponents and win matches.
What do you need FIFA Coins for?
There are two different types of currencies used in FIFA Ultimate Team, FIFA coins and FIFA points. The former is a virtual currency earned by winning matches and successfully completing objectives. On the other hand, the latter is a purely money-based currency which cannot be earned through in-game activity. FIFA coins are used to obtain new players on the Transfer Market by bidding for them or buying them outright. A lot of people prefer buying packs of players instead of individual players.
Buying and Selling FIFA Coins
FIFA coins are the chief source of acquiring new players as well as consumables when it comes to building your own FIFA Ultimate team. A person can buy FIFA coins using real money of course. In fact, FIFA coins can be bought directly in-game through FIFA Points. Alternatively, one can earn FUT coins by playing games and matches or by selling items on the Transfer Market.
Making FIFA 20 coins is now easier than ever. Winning battles in squad games gets you points. While squad battles may be quite challenging, they are loads of fun and helps you earn both coins as well as packs of players. In order to improve your club, you may consider buying packs or trading cards at the market. However, purchasing coins from a third party, distributing coins or promoting coin buying is considered against the EA’s Terms of Service, and doing so means that you will be banned permanently by EA Sports.
FIFA Coins Value and Rates
The rate of accumulation for FUT players is generally fair so that you can assemble a strong team without even needing to spend real money. On the other hand, if you are so keen on obtaining a bundle of FIFA coins without sweating for them, you can choose to dash the cash. FIFA coins do not have a fixed value in terms of real-world money. Still, if you are interested in assessing the effort required to earn FIFA coins by playing FUT matches, then 1 FIFA coin roughly approximates USD 0.0002. In other words, USD1 just about equals 5,000 FIFA coins.
The principle of icon swaps is that every FIFA Ultimate Team player can get icons or icon packs. You don't have to put any money into many FIFA Points or the like to play with good Icon players. And also there will be no need to buy FIFA Coins to have icon players in your team.
By completing various tasks, you can earn icon swap players in the seasonal tasks. You collect these until you have the required number for your desired icon.
Since April 24, 2020, the second tasks for the current icon swap selection have been available. The tasks to be completed are very varied. Usually you also meet opponents at Division Rivals who also want to complete these tasks.
There are two different areas in which these tasks can be completed.
Which icon swap task is the best?
- Fut Champions: Win 12 games in Fut Champions
- Club loyal players: Win 5 rivals with 11 first-time players in the starting XI
- World stars: Win 5 rivals games with at least 2 players from Premier League, Ligue 1, Seria A, Bundesliga and LaLiga in your starting XI
- Top 5 Leagues: Win 4 rival games with 9 first-time players in your starting XI
- The Stars and Stripes: Win 5 Squad Battles games (at least difficulty: world class) with 11 US players in the starting XI
- Conmebol: Win 5 Squad Battles games (at least difficulty: world class) with 11 Conmebol players in the starting XI
- EFL Championship: Win 5 Squad Battles games (minimum difficulty: world class) with 11 EFL Championship players in the starting XI
- The team: Win 6 Squad Battles games (minimum difficulty: legend) with 11 Germans in the starting XI
If you have enough icon swap players, you can trade in the squad building challenges on the "Icon Swap" grid for your desired icon or the Prime Icon Pack.
You can get these icons!
- 6 players = Jari Litmanen PIM *
- 7 players = David Trezeguet PIM
- 7 players = Gennaro Gattuso PIM
- 9 players = Michael Laudrup PIM
- 9 players = Carles Puyol PIM
- 9 players = Prime Icon Pack
- 10 players = Marc Overmar's PIM
- 10 players = Ruud Gullit baby icon
- 10 players = Frank Lampard PIM
- 13 players = Paolo Maldini mid-icon
- 15 players = Kaka Prime icon
- 16 players = Kenny Dalglish Mid-Icon
- 16 players = Ian Rush PIM
- 16 players = Dennis Bergkamp PIM
- 18 players = Juan Runan Riquelme PIM
- 19 players = Diego Maradona Mid-Icon
- 19 players = Emmanuel Petit PIM
- 20 players = Fabio Cannavaro PIM
- 21 players = Carlos Alberto PIM
- 21 players = Garrincha Prime Icon
- 23 players = Zinedine Zidane baby icon
These icons are the best!
If you need a defender icon, Paolo Maldini Mid-Icon is the most interesting, with 13 required icon swap players. This card has very strong ingame values. Compared to Fabio Cannavaro, it is the best alternative to this icon swap set.
However, if you are looking for a midfield icon, Emmanuel Petit is the best choice. You can earn it for 19 icon swap players. Petit is an extremely strong all-rounder. It is an enrichment for every club.
However, if you are looking for an offensive icon card, there are only two options that you should draw. The first is Kenny Dalglish Mid-Icon, for which you have to swap 16 icon swap players. The second option is Garrincha for 21 swap players. Kenny Dalglish is a central offensive icon player and is known for his dribbling and final strength. Garrincha, on the other hand, is more of a winger who can convince with his dribbling and speed.
When it comes to making coins in FIFA, a few methods and procedures stand out. So does the Bronze Pack Method or BPM. FIFA Investors prefer this method to the other ways in making FUT Coins.
How does Bronze Pack Method Work in FIFA?
The whole idea of BPM (Bronze Pack Method) is to earn FIFA Coins via buying Bronze FUT Packs, opening the packs on the right time, and selling the players inside them with their BIN price or higher at the right time when the profit you make is likely to be higher. The coins you make this way are not very much. But if you keep doing that over a long course of time, you will make a fortune out of FIFA Ultimate Team.
Best Practices in Bronze Pack Opening Method
While opening FUT packs, there are a couple of options that you may encounter and some of the options will make more coins for you if you pay attention. Below, we will share small details that we have learned through experience so you can make more profit in your investment in FIFA.
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Which Type of Bronze Pack to Open?
When you are about to buy a Bronze Pack for BPM and making FIFA 21 Coins, you'll have two options:
- Regular FUT Bronze Pack
- Premium FUT Bronze Pack
The regular bronze pack costs 400 FUT Coins and the premium bronze pack is bought with 750 FIFA coins. Now, the question is, which one is better for FIFA Investment?
Both types of bronze packs have the same number of players in them. The only difference is that the premium pack gives you three rare cards instead of one. Now, if you get lucky and win a few bronze players that sell really good, that would be great, but in practice, the only players that sell really good (up to twice the pack's price) are fitness cards, so in general it's recommended to go with the normal bronze pack which costs 400 FIFA Coins.
Other types of bronze packs include FIFA consumables such as:
- Contract Cards
- Fitness Cards
- Healing Cards
- Training Cards
- Club items such as stadiums, balls and kits (non-consumables)
Each of these types of cards can be expected from those bronze packs (regular / premium) and it's good to know what to do with each one of them to get the most out of BPM.
The contract cards will increase the number of matches a player or a manager can play. You may know that each player or manager has a limited number of plays that you can use to play FIFA with. When this number runs out, you will need contract cards to add the number of matches. The contract cards can be applied at any time and their effect will stay on the player until they play and their contract runs out again.
Just keep in mind that loan items cannot be extended by contract cards, and contract cards usually add 8~28 matches depending on the player's card (bronze / silver / gold / rare / non-rare)
Fitness cards are similarly applied to the players for boosting their skills before a match. They last one match only. So, if a player is down his usual numbers before a match, you can apply a fitness card to him so the rating goes up and he performs well. The fitness card will be useless after applying to a player. There is also another type of fitness card that applies to the whole team (23 players including the reserves).
If a player has an injury, fitness cards will not do any good to him. You will need to apply healing cards. Those healing cards reduce the waiting time by 4-5 matches and are two types: the healing card for specific injuries (like foot, arm, etc.) or an overall healing card that heals the injured player no matter what the type of injury is.
What to do with Cards in FIFA Bronze Pack Method
It's crucial to the FUT Pack investors to know when to open the packs and what to do with the cards after they acquire bronze packs.
Here's the deal:
If you get consumables, you apply them to the players.
If the new cards are from the top 5 leagues (Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga, etc.), you should wait until an SBC is active. By waiting till SBC the value of the pack's items will go up and you will make more FIFA Coins. When the SBC is on, sell items or use the players in SBC.
If your cards are from other leagues, if the SBC is on, sell the players on Transfer Market or use them in the Squad Building Challenge. If there is no SBC available, you must check their prices. If it's good, sell them, if not, keep them for now.
What happens if your cards are from top nations?
If the card you opened from the bronze pack is from top nations (Belgium, France, Brazil, England, Uruguay, Croatia, ...), just sell the cards! If it's from Netherlands, you will make a lot of FUT Coins from it!
If the card belongs to other nations, just keep the cards (don't sell them).
How much should I sell the fitness cards?
If the fitness card applies to one player, sell it at 200 FUT Coins. If it's applied to the whole squad, you can sell it 700 to 1200 FIFA Coins (depending on which day of the week it is and if there are active promos on).
How much should I sell bronze pack Training Cards?
The training cards are good for boosting skills of a player. The training card can be applied to only one of the player's attributes or all of them. It doesn't work selectively. And the effect will last one match only. You can't apply more than one training card to one player, ie. it doesn't accumulate.
Now if you have a training card that applies to the player's attributes, you can sell it at 200 coins. Or maybe keep it for your matches. Selling all training cards is tricky as they need a few rounds of bidding sometimes. Other training cards can be quick-sold or kept for the squad.
What to do with Duplicates?
There's a dispute about duplicates. Some people believe it's best to use them in Silver upgrade SBC's. There you will have better chance to sell them or use them in your team. It's recommended to send the duplicate card to TL (Transfer List) and use the one you have in the upgrade SBC. When the card is upgraded, send it back to your club. But the problem is that since it requires lots of efforts, most gamers prefer to sell the duplicates.
But if the duplicate card is from top 5 leagues it's really profitable to sell them (if there is an active SBC). If there is no active SBC then you can keep them waiting on the transfer list. If the cards are from other leagues you can sell or keep in TL and for other leagues you can do a quicksell.
Alternative to Making FIFA Coins
One might find it very difficult or time consuming to make FIFA Coins through Bronze FUT Packs. It is even harder if you want to do it through playing SBC's. Fortunately, you can easily buy FIFA Coins without getting banned by EA if you do it wisely and with a well experienced website like WhatsGaming. With WG you are in good hands and your account will be safe all the time you buy FUT 21 Coins.
To learn more about buying FIFA Coins, you are encouraged to read our FAQ Page or if you still have questions, you can drop us a message in our 24/7 Whatsapp support.
Good luck and happy hunting FIFA Coins!
Despite some concerns about the global pandemic that is going on, the new FIFA (FIFA 21) is around the corner and will be available to be bought by the end users on October 6th 2020. We have answered lots of questions about FIFA 21, regarding its gameplay, new features, comparison with FIFA 20 or PES 2021 and so on.
Just like previous versions, FIFA 21 Coins will be required to buy players from Transfer Market, and you can as always buy FIFA Coins from WhatsGaming, which has been a dedicated coin supplier in the past couple of years with so many happy gamers.
Now that the gamers are in dire need of FUT 21 Coins, it could occur to you if it's ever possible to transfer FIFA Points or FIFA Coins from FIFA 20 to FIFA 21.
Are FIFA Points / FIFA Coins Transferable Through FIFA Versions?
Here's your answer: You can't transfer FIFA Coins from FIFA 20 to FIFA 21. However, you can transfer FIFA Points from FIFA 20 to FIFA 21, but in order to do that, you should log in to your console. It can only be done through your gaming console, not through web app or companion app. And it's not possible to transfer to another console. So, if you have a PS4, then you can't transfer to an Xbox.
Moreover, you can't transfer FUT Points to previous version(s). If you have points on FIFA 21, you can't send to FIFA 20.
Can I buy FIFA 21 Coins?
Of course you can buy FIFA 21 Coins from WhatsGaming like previous years, but you have to wait until FIFA 21 is officially launched. We will offer cheap FIFA 21 Coins to help eager gamers unlock more features and add great players to their squad.
There are two transfer methods for buying FUT 21 Coins:
- Player Auction
- Comfort Trade
Each of these transfer methods have their own pros and cons. So, you should read about them carefully before paying for FUT Coins. We have explained player auction and comfort trade in details in our services and blog posts.
Literally, you will be able to buy FIFA 21 Coins by paying a reliable FUT Coin seller like WhatsGaming and sell players to the site via Transfer Market and collect FIFA 21 Coins in return. The amount of FUT 21 Coins you'll receive will be the same amount you paid for. That's how Player Auction works, but there are risks in transferring FUT Coins if the 3rd party site doesn't know how to do it. Luckily, WhatsGaming with a couple of years of experience knows the limits and red lines of EA. The platform is fully automated and the methods are applied carefully within EA's guidelines, so you will receive your coins instantly and safely.
Headliners are one of those cards that upgrade throughout the season based on the player's real-life performance and therefore when you want to buy FIFA Coins to pay for those cards, you will have to check their latest price in case there has been a recent update.
How do FIFA Headliners Upgrade?
Two teams will be introduced each year as the FIFA Headliners. The initial stats and OVR for each of these cards are already boosted, and yet every time the player appears on TOTW, MOTM, TOTGS, etc., the Headliners cards will get an upgrade as well.
And that's why their prices and ratings are higher than for example OTW cards. If you're wondering how do the Headliner cards look like, well the upper side has an amber-ish color and the base is purple as you can see below:
When is Headliners selected?
Usually, in mid-January two teams are selected. In order to obtain the Headliners cards, you need to get the players right after they're available via FUT Packs, and you can earn those packs by completing a few series of SBCs related to Headliners.
FIFA 21 Headliners
If you're wondering who's in team 1 and team 2 of Headliners in FIFA 21, we have provided you the list:
Headliners Team 1:
- Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)
- Fabinho (FC Liverpool)
- Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)
- Wissam Ben Yedder (AS Monaco)
- Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad)
- João Félix (Atletico Madrid)
- Lukáš Hrádecky (Bayer Leverkusen)
- Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Roma FC)
- Jonathan Bamba (LOSC Lille)
- Martin Hinteregger (Eintracht Frankfurt) 85 OVR
- Jordan Amavi (Olympique Marseille)
- Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio Rom)
- Matheus Cunha (Hertha BSC Berlin)
FIFA 21 Headliners Team 2:
- Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
- Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund)
- Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur)
- Hirving Lozano (Napoli)
- Theo Hernandez (AC Mailand)
- Leon Goretzka (Bayern München)
- Diego Carlos (FC Sevilla)
- Danny Ings (Southampton)
- Dayot Upamecano (RB Leipzig)
- Karl Toko Ekambi (Olympique Lyon)
- Rafinha (Paris Saint-Germain)
- Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City)