The fan-favourite Future Stars promo continues in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team!
Celebrating some of the best young players in world football, the event imagines what these players could look like at the pinnacle of their careers.
Check out everything you need to know about the Future Stars promo in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team right here and stay on top of all the latest news and leaks.
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Future Stars Release Date
The Future Stars promo began on Friday, 3 February, at the usual time of 1pm ET / 6pm GMT.
The event will run for two weeks, with Team 1 dropping initially, then Team 2 following it on Friday, 10 February and leaving packs on Friday, 17 February.
The campaign started early, with the Future Stars Swaps system releasing on Monday, 30 January and the first player coming as the Season 4 Level 30 reward on Thursday, 2 February!
Tokens will be available throughout the event, with the corresponding SBCs released on Monday, 6 February then expiring on Monday, 20 February.
Check out the best Future Stars Swaps Rewards Combinations here.
The Future Stars promo will be familiar to many Ultimate Team fans, with it first appearing in FUT 19 and returning every year since.
It is a celebration of the best young players in world football and hands out massive upgrades that imagine what the selected players could look like in the future.
If a player has already had a Future Stars card, they cannot gain another one, which keeps the promo fresh each year, with only players aged 23 or below included.
Of course, the usual boosted players will be released into Packs and coming via SBCs and Objectives, with Academy Objective Players and Future Stars Swaps Tokens returning too (more on both of them below)!
Team 2 of the Future Stars has now come to FIFA 23 Ultimate Team!
More brilliant youngsters have been unleashed, ready to take your team to the top of the game!
The following players have gained a Future Stars card:
- Julian Alvarez (OVR 92)
- Gavi (OVR 91)
- Karim Adeyemi (OVR 90)
- Mykhailo Mudryk (OVR 90)
- Josko Gvardiol (OVR 89)
- Vitinha (OVR 89)
- Anthony Elanga (OVR 88)
- Marc Guehi (OVR 88)
- Mohammed Kudus (OVR 88)
- Diogo Costa (OVR 87)
- Pierre Kalulu (OVR 87)
- Wilfried Singo (OVR 86)
- Djed Spence (OVR 86)
- Fran Garcia (OVR 85)
Team 1 Mini-Release
- Rayan Cherki (OVR 89)
- Sancet (OVR 87)
- Micky van de Ven (OVR 85)
- Jamal Musiala (OVR 92)
- Ronald Araujo (OVR 90)
- Enzo Fernandez (OVR 90)
- Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (OVR 90)
- Eddie Nkeitah (OVR 89)
- Jurrien Timber (OVR 89)
- Fabio Carvalho (OVR 88)
- Nicolo Fagioli (OVR 88)
- Illan Meslier (OVR 88)
- Joe Willock (OVR 87)
- Vinicius Souza (OVR 87)
- Iker Bravo (OVR 86)
- Gonzalo Plata (OVR 86)
- Malik Tillman (OVR 85)
Team 2 Mini-Release
- Tyrell Malacia (OVR 89)
- Benoit Badiashile (OVR 87)
- Jonathan Burkardt (OVR 85)
SBCs and Objectives
- Folarin Balogun (OVR 87) - Season 4 Level 30 Player Pick
- Jesper Lindstrom (OVR 82 - 84 - 86 - 88) - Academy Player Objectives
- Fabio Vieira (OVR 89) - SBC
- Vanderson (OVR 88) - Player Pick SBC
- Flashback Theo Walcott (OVR 87) - SBC
- Anthony Gordon (OVR 82 - 84 - 86 - 88) - Academy Player Objectives
- Riquelme (OVR 87) - SBC
- Quinten Timber (OVR 88) - Player Pick SBC
- Player Moments Carlos Vela (OVR 88) - SBC
- Jacob Ramsey (OVR 82 - 84 - 86 - 88) - Academy Player Objectives
- Charles De Ketelaere (OVR 90) - Player Pick SBC
- Nuno Tavares (OVR 84 - 86 - 88) - Academy Player Objectives
- Flashback Chris Smalling (OVR 88) + Flashback Phil Jones (OVR 85) - SBC
- Khephren Thuram (OVR 87) - SBC
- Nicolo Rovella (OVR 82 - 84 - 86 - 88) - Academy Player Objectives
- Player Moments Stevan Jovetic (OVR 88) - SBC
- Player Moments Sebastien Haller (OVR 88) - SBC
- Flashback Mario Balotelli (OVR 88) - SBC
- Hamad Traore (OVR 87) - SBC
You can also unlock Future Stars Julian Alvarez for FREE via FUT Moments.
Future Stars Academy Objective Players
Something that sets the Future Stars promo aside from other events is the Academy Player Objectives.
In these tasks, you will earn a card and be able to upgrade it via Objectives, mimicking the progress of a player's career.
You will have to work your way through the Academy Objectives and complete a variety of different tasks in order to earn the final evolution of the particular player.
This year we have had five players included as Academy Objectives, so there is plenty of work to do to unlock the 88-rated version of each card.
Find more out about the Future Stars Academy Players right here.
We knew a Future Stars Swaps campaign was coming thanks to the data-mining account Fut Scoreboard, which revealed a Future Stars Token had been added to the code.
This has now been confirmed by EA, with the Tokens released on Monday, 30 January.
The Swaps campaign will work just like previous events, where you gain Tokens from Objectives, SBCs and the FUT Store, then trade them in via corresponding SBCs to unlock awesome rewards!
There will be 30 Tokens available to unlock, with bonus ones coming in packs, meaning there will be a few combinations of rewards you can pick from.
Stay on top of all the Future Stars Swaps using our Token Tracker.
Talent Scout Vote
Once again, EA is getting the FIFA fanbase to decide what sort of player will become available as a Future Stars card by holding votes on Twitter.
We have seen this in previous years, with nationality, position and attribute types being used to determine a player to come via SBC.
Riquelme is the recipient of the Talent Scout Winner SBC after fans voted for him to have boosted pace and skill moves.
Loads of the leaked Future Stars players have now appeared in Team 1 and Team 2 of the promo, so we expect the rest to follow in further SBC and Objectives.
The following players have had Future Stars cards leaked:
- Rayan Ait Nouri (OVR 87)
- Alex Balde (OVR 87)