FIFA 19 Player Rankings Revealed For Players From 81 To 100 Spot

With FIFA 19 coming out next month, EA Sports has started putting out the FIFA 19 player rankings, showing us the 100 best players in the sport right now. Currently we’re going through the bottom 20 spots, going from 100 to 80 including their weak feet, stats, and skill moves, so you can see what the best players are.

If you’re one of those sorts of players who enjoys playing the FIFA Ultimate Team game mode, then these player rankings are even more important for you, since they’ll give you the numbers that you need to know in order to make the best team possible. Your career mode gameplay can also make use of this list for a similar reason.

All of these different players, despite being close to the bottom of the list, are still fairly high up in player numbers, all of their combined numbers averaging 85 and coming from a side variety of different football clubs, including Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, and others.

As part of the top 100 players in the sport, the FIFA 19 player rankings should be studied closely for you to be able to use them in Career Mode, Ultimate Team mode, and more, so that you can strategize around them.

The players start off with Kostas Manolas in the 100 spot, followed by Riyad Mahrez, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Raheem Stirling, Blaise Matuidi, Marco Asensio, Sergej Milinković-Savić, Joshua Kimmich, Eden Džeko, Jorge Resurreción, Marco Reus, Fillipe Luís, Vincente Kompany, Arjen Robben, Alisson Ramses Becker, David Alaba, Fábio Henrique Tavares, Arturo Vidal, Virgil Van Djik, and Diego Costa, going up to 81.

While all of these players might have the same average ranking, the FIFA 19 player rankings are made up from their various skills, meaning that even if they all look the same on the surface, each one likely has different skills that could mark them above the rest.

Over the next few weeks until the game releases for Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch on September 28, we’ll be showing the next 80 members of the FIFA Top 100.