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Trading can be an easy way for savvy players to earn coins in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, and Team of the Week cards are the perfect items to buy. Here’s our guide on how to craft FUT Coins and which TOTW players to invest in.

Buying special cards might be the best way to improve your FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, but it’s also a great way for traders to make money easily.

Team of the Week cards, in particular, are ideal cards for investing as their price changes constantly throughout the year.

If you’re just starting your journey to becoming a web app wolf, it can be difficult to know where to place your coins. We’ve got you covered with a comprehensive FIFA 22 investing guide.

How to invest in Team of the Week cards in FIFA 22

As obvious as it may sound, being a good trader is all about buying cards in the transfer market when they are cheapest and reselling them when they are at their highest.

To do this, we recommend that you wholesale multiple versions of the same player and send them to your transfer list for safekeeping.

You will then want to check the market at least once a day to see if the value of your players has increased.

FIFA 22 best fit players to invest in

FIFA 22 Team of the Week 6

There will be hundreds of Team of the Week players in FIFA 22 this coming September, but there are already some great deals on the market that are sure to go up in price.

Here are some of the best TOTW players that we think you should consider buying in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team:

  • Keylor Navas – 89 – PSG
  • Thomas Muller – 88 – Bayern Munich
  • Phil Foden – 86 – Manchester City
  • Mikel Oyarzabal – 86 – Real Sociedad
  • Roberto Firminho – 86 – Liverpool
  • Mont Mason – 85 – Chelsea
  • César Azpilicueta – 85 – Chelsea
  • Tanguy Ndombele – 84 – Spurs
  • Emile Smith Rowe – 84 – Arsenal
  • Vinicius Jr. – 83 – Real Madrid

FIFA 22 Team of the Week Trading Tips

Buy meta players

Vinicius Jr celebrating in FIFA 22

The subforms that are most likely to rise in price are the players who are efficient in the game, so those with high pace stats and chemistry are tied to other big name cards.

For example, someone like Gabriel Jesus is extremely popular among casuals and professionals thanks to his hectic pace, and it’s a Brazilian who is linked to Neymar and Road to the Knockouts Fred.

A good rule of thumb is to use forms ranked 83 or higher in the top five European leagues, or that are either English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch or Brazilian.

Buy the weekend

Ederson in FIFA 22

Just as important as when you buy is when you choose to make your investment. While not set in stone, weekends are the best time to splash a few coins on a handful of forms.

This is because the new TOTW cards drop for the first time on Wednesday evening, and that’s when they are at their maximum price. The price then slowly drops as more and more in-forms come out of the packs.

Division Rivals rewards arrive every Thursday and players can start opening FUT Champions rewards starting Friday, so the market will be flooded all weekend long.

The more versions of a card on the market, the cheaper it will be, so Friday through Sunday evening the market will be the nicest.

Think about future SBCs

FIFA 22 Transfer Market

The main feature that can cause a fit price spike is the release of a popular SBC that calls for a TOTW drive in the requirements.

Most notably, Player of the Month SBCs tend to give the market a boost as everyone scrambles to meet the challenge before the time runs out.

Keep an eye on each league’s nominees each month and purchase cards that might relate to the potential winner’s SBC.

For example, if you think Mohammed Salah will win the Premier League Player of the Month title, look at the relatively highly rated forms of Liverpool or the players of the teams he has scored against.

Look for cards with discard value

Son in FIFA 22

The minimum price for any form of gold is 9,500 coins, roughly the same amount you get for selling them quickly.

Buying TOTW cards at or near the minimum price is a smart low risk investment as it is virtually impossible to lose coins.

If you follow our other tip on players with good chemical bonds, then these great deals just might net you a net profit when a good SBC drops.

Don’t forget the EA tax

Kimmich in FIFA 22 with his hands on his head

For each transfer that takes place in FIFA 22, EA deducts 5% of the final fee.

It’s worth keeping this in mind, as it can impact your bottom line if you’re dealing with high-value players.

Buying a player for 90,000 coins and selling them for 100,000 may look like a nice increase of 10,000 coins, but you will only see 95,000 of the sale.

This is just as much of a problem if you are trading 10,000 to 20,000 player coins, but it can make a huge dent once you cross the 100,000 coin mark.

Patience is the key

Chelsea players in FIFA 22

Last but not least, the real secret to trading with forms is to be patient and not to stretch yourself too much.

We recommend that you get into the trading game only if you have a lot of coins to spare and you are happy with your own team.

That way, you won’t miss out on the Team of the Week Player-related coins that you might have to wait a month or two to see a profit.

Some cards can stay at a similar price for months until the correct POTM or ICON SBC drops to send their value soar, so stick with it if you don’t need the coins ASAP.


This was our guide on how to successfully trade in Team of the Week players in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team.

For more on FIFA 22, find out how to claim free Twitch Prime Gaming packs, as well as our guide to packing animation into this year’s game.

Image credits: EA


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