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FIFA World Cup Ultimate Team Player Roster Update

Posted June 13th at 10:00am.

Since the launch of the 2018 FIFA World Cup update, we've been working hard to bring more players to FIFA World Cup Ultimate Team. We are pleased to announce that we are adding 62 new players to FUT World Cup.

 

The following players HAVE BEEN ADDED to FIFA World Cup Ultimate team


Willy Caballero, Argentina

Nicolás Tagliafico, Argentina

Cristian Ansaldi, Argentina

Franco Armani, Argentina

Cristian Pavón, Argentina

Giovani Lo Celso, Argentina

Maximiliano Meza, Argentina

Brad Jones, Australia

Andrew Nabbout, Australia

Dimitri Petratos, Australia

Daniel Arzani, Australia

Adnan Januzaj, Belgium

José Izquierdo, Colombia

Jefferson Lerma, Colombia

José Cuadrado, Colombia

Ian Smith, Costa Rica

Marwan Mohsen, Egypt

Mohamed El-Shenawy, Egypt

Ashley Young, England

Fabian Delph, England

Nick Pope, England

Trent Alexander-Arnold, England

Ruben Loftus-Cheek, England

Steven N'Zonzi, France

Lucas Hernández, France

Benjamin Pavard, France

Marcos Reus, Germany

Albert Gudmundsson, Iceland

Samúel Kári Fridjónsson, Iceland

Frederik Schram, Iceland

Saman Ghoddos, Iran

Amir Abedzadeh, Iran

Majid Hosseini, Iran

Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh, Iran

Jeong Seung Hyun, Korea Republic

Lee Seung Woo, Korea Republic

Ayoub El Kaabi, Morocco

Joel Obi, Nigeria

Bryan Idowu, Nigeria

Bartosz Białkowski, Poland

Dawid Kownacki, Poland

Manuel Fernandes, Portugal

Mário Rui, Portugal

Rúben Dias, Portugal

Artem Dzyuba, Russia

Sergey Ignashevich, Russia

Mohamed Kanno, Saudi Arabia

Ali Al Bulayhi, Saudi Arabia

Abdullah Al Khaibari, Saudi Arabia

Sergej Milinković-Savić, Serbia

Andrija Živković, Serbia

Luka Jović, Serbia

Nemanja Radonjić, Serbia

Marko Grujić, Serbia

Yohan Benalouane, Tunisia

Ellyes Skhiri, Tunisia

Saber Khalifa, Tunisia

Dylan Bronn, Tunisia

Mouez Hassen, Tunisia

Saîf-Eddine Khaoui, Tunisia

Ahmed Khalil, Tunisia

Lucas Torreira, Uruguay


In addition to the new players, three players will no longer be available in packs within FIFA World Cup Ultimate Team following their international retirement:

Radja Nainggolan, Belgium

Ghaly Hossam, Egypt

Sandro Wagner, Germany

 

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