FIFA 22 has been out for several weeks now, and if you haven't used Real Madrid yet then you are missing out.
Real Madrid only topped the table for one match week and ended trophy-less last season which is clearly not good enough for a club of their standing, but they still boast an awesome squad.
Here's how their team looks in FIFA 22.
One of the best
Spanish giants Real Madrid are one of the best to use in FIFA 22, whether that is in Kick-Off, Season, or Career Mode.
Madrid are right up the top in terms of the best-ranked teams in the game, although it is PSG that takes that crown this season.
Take a look at the best and worst teams to use in FIFA 22.
Karim Benzema (OVR 89)
Benzema was on fire all of last season, so much so he couldn't be left out of the France squad any longer.
His contribution of 30 goals in all competitions for Real is miles ahead of any other player, the next being on 7.
That wasn't enough to see him reach a 90 OVR rating though.
Casemiro (OVR 89)
A mainstay in the heart of the midfield, Casemiro is no longer the best CDM in the game now that Kante gained a 90 OVR.
His consistent performances and eternal presence saw him keep his high rating, and he could potentially hit a 90 OVR in the future with a few more goal involvements.
Thibaut Courtois (OVR 89)
The giant goalkeeper will once again be one of the best in the game.
Consecutive seasons keeping 21 clean sheets for Real show his worth, but he hasn't been outstanding enough to claim the best keeper in the game outright.
Toni Kroos (OVR 88)
Relied on in the centre of the pitch, the man is still one of the best in midfield. His game has never been about pace, so even though he is ageing we don't expect a drop-off in rating just yet.
At the national level, he was going strong too but has since announced his retirement.
Luka Modric (OVR 87)
How much longer can this man keep performing? The joint most appearances outfield for a Real player shows just how crucial he is to the team, and he had a decent campaign for Croatia last season too.
The 35-year-old maintains his high rating for FIFA 22.
Eden Hazard (OVR 85)
An injury-struck season means Real still hasn't seen the best of what Hazard has to offer. Another injury in the Euros won't help either.
Everyone knows how good this guy can be, be he can't keep hold of such a high rating.
Carvajal (OVR 85)
A great rating for the right-back, putting him at one of the best in the game.
He only made 13 LaLiga appearances last term but still managed four assists.
David Alaba (OVR 84)
Madrid's biggest catch over the summer transfer window, joining free from Bayern Munich, who sealed another Bundesliga trophy. In that season only Neuer and Muller appeared more for the club, showing what a loss he will be for them, but what a coup for Madrid.
He may get a position change as well, rumours being that he left for Madrid as he wants to play more as a CM.
Ferland Mendy (OVR 83)
Mendy is taking over well from a position that has been held by Marcelo for so many years now.
Always a handful, his pace makes him tricky to get past and lethal getting forward. Expect this guy to be your go-to LB on Ultimate Team.
Marco Asensio (OVR 83)
Asensio has matured into a great player, with Hazard's injuries letting him get much more game time than many would have expected.
A favourite pick under Zidane, and with real natural ability, can he keep his place under a new manager?