In the midst of all this TOTS excitement, there are still major cards set to land in the form of Team of the Week players.
This week, with the Premier League season coming to an end, we're sure to see some domestic heroes make the cut.
Tammy Abraham has delighted in Serie A since he made the switch from Chelsea to Roma.
The English striker netted twice again in the week to break the record for the most goals scored by an English player in a single Serie A season.
Abraham is almost certain to receive another boost in FIFA 22 when the Serie A team of the season rolls around, but he'll have to make do with this card for now.
Burnley may now be relegated, but it could have been a lot worse if it wasn't for this man.
Under pressure for large spells of their 1-1 draw with Aston Villa, Nick Pope proved the hero of the day, making a number of vital key saves to send Burnley into the final day with real hope.
Another boost for this England star, with Burnley hoping for more heroics on the final day.
It was a day to remember for Everton on Thursday, as they secured survival with a remarkable 3-2 comeback win against Crystal Palace.
Whilst Calvert-Lewin didn't have his best game, he came up with the vital moment that handed the Toffees all they needed.
A huge goal to complete the comeback, we'd be amazed if this Everton hero didn't feature in Team of the Week.
The MLS objectives cards reminded us that Xherdan Shaqiri was in fact still playing football, it just so happened that he'd found a new home in America.
The former Stoke and Liverpool winger was involved in a tight 3-3 draw in the week, with the left-footed wizard scoring a late equaliser for his side.
While we'd hate to use an obvious pun, it's fair to say that Shaqiri was on fire for Chicago.
This card may not seem exciting, but with stats all 70+, there's a chance that Melero could be an underrated gem in FIFA 22.
Scoring twice for Levante as they defeated Rayo Vallecano on the road, Melero put in a top performance for his club.
It wasn't enough to save Levante from relegation, but Melero can say that he did all he could to haul them out of a dangerous battle.
Manchester City left it late again, with another 3-2 win, coming back from 2-0 down to win the league on the final day of the season.
Three goals in five minutes saved City's season, with Ilkay Gundogan coming off the bench to score two of them.
If he is to leave the club in the summer, he has done it in some style.
Elche secured La Liga safety on the last day of the season, with a 3-1 victory over fellow strugglers Getafe - whose survival is now in the hands of others.
There was late drama again with Elche going 1-0 down, before Kike Perez came on as a substitute with the scores level.
He scored a brace, with one in the 84th minute, before making sure three points were coming their way with another in the 92nd.
In another league that went down to the last day of the season, Milan's win meant they managed to stop Inter from making it two Serie A titles on the bounce.
It was a fairly easy win against mid-table Sassuolo, with Milan taking a 3-0 lead into half-time.
Olivier Giroud scored a brace, although his teammate Rafael Leao may see an inclusion over him in the Team of the Week, providing the assist for all three goals.