Team of the Year (TOTY) has taken FIFA 21 by storm, but could it get any better?
One fan has created a Flashback squad which we think would be incredible as part of the TOTY event.
Check it out below.
11 of the best players from around the world have been brought together in TOTY.
The squad contains some of the best cards available on FUT 21, but they come at a hefty price too!
The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and Bruno Fernandes have all received massive new ratings, so good luck packing them!
Take a look at all the new cards here.
The TOTY event has brought plenty of excitement, but this concept Flashback XI by Reddit user @GiovaneLex777 has got us thinking.
What if EA brought out a Flashback TOTY to celebrate with some ICONs receiving brand-new cards.
The squad created flashes back to 2002, with some World Cup winners and true legends of the game included.
Imagine a new set of incredible ICONs to add into packs, or maybe that is just too much.
Rewind all those years and it is still a German goalkeeper between the sticks Ex-Bayern keeper Oliver Kahn stands between the posts and is a true legend of the game.
Brazilian World Cup winning captain Cafu is at right back, and his compatriot Roberto Carlos is on the other side!
Former Italian centre back and current ICON Alessandro Nesta was one of the best in his day, and is deserving of his place in the side.
Ex-Liverpool defender Sami Hyypia is a left-field selection, although the towering defender was certainly a top-class player in his day.
The Flashback midfield is packed with quality, with three former Real Madrid Galacticos.
All three players are current FUT 21 ICONs, with Zinedine Zidane the standout star.
Madrid’s current manager is joined by Luis Figo and one of England’s greatest ever players David Beckham.
Beckham has recently donned the cover of FIFA 21 for a limited period to celebrate his addition to the game.
Unsurprisingly the attack is filled with legends too!
Another Real Madrid Galactico Raul has over 100 international caps and well over 200 La Liga goals.
England’s only ever Balon D’or winner Michael Owen leads the line, and you can’t argue with his inclusion!
Finally, Italy and Roma legend Francesco Totti completes the XI. Just imagine if these were introduced!