In celebration of a player's longevity at a club and performances over a number of years, EOEA versions see massive boosts handed out to some legends of the game.
Check out all the latest news and rumours around the End of an Era cards below.
Latest - Farewell Fernandinho
Fernandinho is the latest man to gain an End of an Era card in FIFA 22 after seeing out his time at Manchester City with another Premier League title.
This season we have already seen him gain a FUT Captains version, and this EOAE card blows that one out of the water!
Check out how to unlock his new card right here.
Although not specifically a separate promo, EA announced that during the last week of the Team of the Season event, End of an Era cards would be coming regularly.
This started at the same time the Ultimate TOTS squad was released, at 1pm ET / 6pm BST on Friday, 10 June.
It looked like the EOAE content would slow down after that special week, however, the cards have kept coming, and we could see many more released before the end of the FUT season!
End of an Era
With quite a few leaks coming for End of an Era cards, it looked like an EOAE promo event was going to land in FIFA 22, similar to the Showdown Series that dropped earlier this season.
However, it turned out that we wouldn't be getting a dedicated End of an Era event, with card releases piggybacking on the TOTS promo.
That didn't change the content we were thinking would come if an EOAE promo was released, as regular SBCs were released and a couple of top cards were made available via objectives.
The SBCs are set to continue past the TOTS conclusion, with many more top stars in the running for an EOAE version before the end of FIFA 22.
So far, the following players have received End of an Era cards during the Team of the Season promo:
- Giorgio Chiellini (96 OVR) - SBC
- Angel Di Maria (96 OVR) - SBC
- Fernandinho (96 OVR) - SBC
- Lorenzo Insigne (96 OVR) - SBC
- Alexandre Lacazette (95 OVR) - SBC
- Juan Mata (93 OVR) - Objectives
- Mark Noble (93 OVR) - SBC
- Marcel Schmelzer (93 OVR) - SBC
- Cesc Fabregas (91 OVR) - Objectives
That means we could still see EOEA cards come for: