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FIFA 22: What is Pro Clubs?

FIFA 22 has various different game modes where you can spend your time and we're here to let you know all the basics about Pro Clubs.

Read on to find out about FIFA's most sociable game mode.

What is Pro Clubs?

Pro Clubs is an online game mode where you create an avatar, known as a Virtual Pro, then use them in games.

The big difference is that you are only in control of one player, with others being controlled by other team members and/or the computer.

FIFA 22 Pro Clubs
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STARTING FROM SCRATCH - Create your Virtual Pro and climb up the divisions

Being in charge of a single player means you need to pull together as a team to work in tandem, otherwise, you can find yourself getting out of shape very easily - especially if the defence is charging all over the place!

You take part in mini-divisions and can get promoted or relegated depending on your results.

Improve your player

The more you play in Pro Clubs the more XP you earn, which you can then use to develop your Virtual Pro.

You can upgrade across different skill trees to improve attributes such as pace, passing and shooting.

FIFA 22 Pro Clubs Perks
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SPECIALIST - Gain Perks to get additional abilities

As well as progressing up the skill tree you can improve your player with Perks, such as becoming a 'Distance Shooter' or 'Ball Winner'.

This further distinguishes your avatar and makes them unique.

Check out our Perk guide here.

The 'Any' role

Although the idea behind Pro Clubs is that you only control an individual player, there is also an option where someone on your team can play as an 'Any'.

This means they are in control of their avatar, as well as all the other players in the team that aren't occupied by humans.

Any position that isn't filled by a human avatar will be filled with a computer-generated player from your club, which at lower levels can feel cumbersome, but will improve as your club does.

It's personal preference as to whether someone should play as an 'Any', so you can find out more about it here.

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