FIFA 23 Full Team of the Year (TOTY) LEAKED

There isn't much longer to wait for Team of the Year to be officially announced in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team.

However, the leakers are getting there first, revealing the final XI who will make up one of the biggest promo squads in the game before EA gets a chance.

Check out the full leaked TOTY side below!

Full TOTY Leak

Donk beat other leakers to the punch when he revealed on Twitter the full 11 players for Team of the Year in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team!

It matches what many of us were expecting to see, however, Eder Militao has made a sneaky inclusion over Joao Cancelo.

We didn't think that EA would include three full-backs in the final XI and this leak supports that.

The full TOTY is leaked to be as follows:

  • Thibaut Courtois
  • Theo Hernandez
  • Virgil van Dijk
  • Eder Militao
  • Achraf Hakimi
  • Kevin De Bruyne
  • Luka Modric
  • Jude Bellingham
  • Kylian Mbappe
  • Karim Benzema
  • Lionel Messi

Strong Chemistry

With the full Team of the Year XI now leaked, people are already checking out how they would look together in one side.

The changed chemistry system in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team means there isn't much tactical playing about needing to be done with the players, just stick them in their positions and see how things play out!

Thankfully, Weaver - FUT has already done the hard work for us, showing off what the side will look like if you manage to bag all 11 TOTY cards.

Four Real Madrid players have made the final side after winning La Liga and the Champions League, with all of them sitting on full chemistry.

PSG players take up three spots, initially giving them two chemistry points each, but Mbappe gains maximum chem thanks to multiple French players, with Messi helped out by the managerial selection.

There are only two Premier League players in the squad, with De Bruyne and van Dijk unable to max out.

Then, as the lone representatives of the Bundesliga and Serie A, Bellingham and Hernandez are finding it hard to gel, although the Frenchman does gain one chemistry point thanks to the national links!

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