Future Stars cards are now tearing up FIFA 20 Ultimate Team, and there's a twist this year - the first-ever Academy cards.
This new addition has left some gamers perplexed - below we outline exactly what these new FUT cards are and how to upgrade them to their full potential!
What are Future Star Academy cards?
Essentially, Academy cards are a new variation of the traditional Objectives cards.
If you complete certain Objectives you will earn the initial Academy card.
However, once you've redeemed the first Academy card, you will be issued with a new set of Objectives to complete, in order to upgrade your Academy card to the next level.
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As you can see, each Academy card has four levels. Once you've completed all the Objectives your Academy card will upgrade to its highest rating.
In addition, the Academy card's position can change with each upgrade to represent different stages in their career.
Future Stars Academy Cards
There have been three academy cards released so far.
Victor Osimhen (OVR 74 - Academy FS 88)
Lille's Victor Osimhen has been on top form this season, scoring 16 goals and filling the void left by £72 million departure Nicolas Pepe.
The Nigerian's Future Stars cards range from 79 to 88, which you can claim by achieving various objectives.
Martin Odegaard (OVR 78 – Academy FS 87)
The Norwegian has been showing his potential in the last few years, that many spotted at the age of 16 – this season he’s put in some brilliant performances for Sociedad.
His above FS card is one of four Academy cards ranging from 80 to 87, which can be earned and upgraded through competing certain Objectives.
Daniel James (OVR 72 – Academy FS 86)
The Welshman has caught the attention of many United fans this season – could he be the next Ryan Giggs on that left-hand side for the Red Devils?
He also has four Academy cards ranging from 75 to 86, which can be earned and upgraded through completing Objectives.