Fifa 21 Icon List: EA Sports adds 11 more Icons in the game, taking the total tally of the Icons to 100 in the latest edition of the game.
EA Sports on Tuesday released the list of new FIFA Icons in the FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) mode. In this edition of the game, 11 players have been added taking the tally to 100.
Icons in previous versions of FIFA – that will remain in the new game – include Pele, Diego Maradona, Brazil’s Ronaldo and Alessandro Del Piero.
Last season, FIFA 20 saw Zinedine Zidane, Pep Guardiola and Didier Drogba in the list of FUT Icons. Now, the new edition sees some exciting characters.
Fifa 21 Icon List: Who all are in
Eric Cantona: Former Manchester United and France striker Eric Cantona finally finds his space in the esteemed list. The Icon had a decorated career with his trophy haul including four Premier League titles and two FA Cups.
Ferenc Puskas: The Hungarian Legend has also been included in the list, after whom the prestigious FIFA goal of the season has been named. An interesting addition in the game.
Xavi: The winner of two trebles, World Cup and two UEFA Euros has been added to the game. The Barcelona and Spanish legend will truly excite the fans.
Nemanja Vidic: The Serbian defender joins his Manchester United partner Rio Ferdinand in the FUT100. Will Manchester United fan attempt to pair them up?
Petr Cech: Former Chelsea and Arsenal goalkeeper also joins the rank. One of the best goalkeepers of the game will surely be picked by many Premier League fans.
Samuel Eto’o: The former Cameroon International is another former Barcelona player who is in the list and have seen an illustrious career in 3 different leagues.
Bastian Schweinsteiger: It only took Schweinsteiger less than a year to be added in the Icons list. The German midfielder had his glorious years with Bayern Munich where he won all major trophies.
Philip Lahm: Joining his compatriot and Bayern Munich teammate- Schweinsteiger, Lahm is also in the FUT100 Icons. One of the best right-backs in the game spent 22 years of his career in Bayern Munich.
Fernando Torres: The heartthrob of late 2000s is finally in the list. Torres had a successful career with Atletico Madrid, Liverpool and Chelsea and finally ended his playing days after a brief spell in Japan.
Ashley Cole: The Former Arsenal and Chelsea star has finally made into the list. Cole had a brilliant career in the Premier League and was considered to be the best at his position during his peak days.
Davor Suker: Davor Suker was a 1990s striking superstar, winning trophies and scoring goals for Real Madrid as well as finishing third in the 1998 World Cup with Croatia. He was the Ballon d’Or runner-up in the same year.