Earn FIFA 23 FUT Icons in World Cup mode


WORLD CUP mode was introduced to FIFA 23 on Wednesday, November 9, and players can now earn FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) Icons in-game.

Starting today (November 11) until December 23, players can earn World Cup Tokens in-game that can be exchanged for FUT cards.

World Cup cards are being loaned to all players.

Unlike the cards that are being given to players depending on the country they support, these cards will stay on your account permanently.

The list of available players has not been officially released, but it is rumoured that if you save up enough coins, you can even purchase FUT Icons.

There will apparently be two FUT Icons up for grabs, but they will cost a lot of tokens in order to buy them.

World Cup Tokens can be earned by completing objectives in World Cup mode, and so do not cost money in order to purchase them.

Here’s a list of the players that you will be able to buy in FIFA 23, according to leaks:

World Cup Token swaps: FIFA 23

Two Tokens

  • Francisco Calvo – Costa Rica/Konyaspor
  • Ajdin Hrustic – Australia/Hellas Verona
  • Mark-Anthony Kaye – Canada/FC Toronto
  • Yasser Al-Shahrani – Saudi Arabia/Al-Hilal
  • Alireza Jahanbakhsh – Iran/Feyenoord Rotterdam
  • Almoez Ali – Qatar/Al-Duhail
  • Montassar Talbi – Tunisia/FC Lorient

Three Tokens

  • Nouhou Tolo – Cameroon/FC Seattle Sounders
  • Reggie Cannon – USA/FC Boavista Porto
  • Joseph Aidoo – Ghana/Celta Vigo

Four Tokens

  • Krépin Diatta – Senegal/AS Monaco
  • Lee Jae-sung – South Korea/FSV Mainz
  • Kieffer Moore – Wales/AFC Bournemouth
  • Takuma Asano – Japan/VfL Bochum
  • Bartosz Bereszynski – Poland/Sampdoria Genua
  • Munir El Haddadi – Morocco/FC Getafe
  • Xherdan Shaqiri – Switzerland/FC Chicago Fire
  • Enner Valencia – Ecuador/Fenerbahçe Istanbul
  • Matías Viña – Uruguay/AS Roma

Five Tokens

  • Andrés Guardado – México/Real Betis Sevilla
  • Andrej Kramaric – Croatia/TSG Hoffenheim

Six Tokens

  • Filip Kostic – Serbia/Juventus

Eight Tokens

  • Andreas Christensen – Denmark/FC Barcelona
  • Ángel Correa – Argentina/Atlético Madrid
  • Danilo Pereira – Portugal/Paris Saint-Germain
  • Julian Brandt – Germany/Borussia Dortmund
  • Álvaro Morata – Spain/Atlético Madrid
  • Nathan Aké – The Netherlands/Manchester City

10 Tokens

  • Mason Mount – England/Chelsea

15 Tokens

  • Eden Hazard – Belgium/Real Madrid
  • Kingsley Coman – France/FC Bayern München
  • Fabinho – Brazil/FC Liverpool

30 Tokens

  • Cafú – Brazil (Icon)

40 Tokens

  • Vieira – France (Icon)

Written by Marco Wutz and Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.


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