FC 24 Brighton Ratings – Official squad rankings

FC 24 Brighton Ratings – Official squad rankings
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After a very impressive season last campaign, fans will be eager to see the upgrades made in the FC 24 Brighton ratings. Plenty of upgrades and very few downgrades have arrived, but will it be enough to see Roberto De Zerbi’s men challenge in Europe as well as the Premier League? 

The road to the FC 24 release date has been littered with various reveals, but sadly there weren’t any Brighton players in the top FC 24 Premier League player ratings! They have some exciting young talent that will no doubt be on Chelsea’s radar, but for now they are Brighton players.

Take a look at the full Brighton ratings in FC 24 below. 

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FC 24 Brighton ratings

Here are the FC 24 Brighton ratings

NamePositionRating
Lewis DunkCB81
Pervis EstupinanLB80
Kaoru MitomaLM80
Solly MarchRM79
Mahmoud Dahoud*CM78
Adam WebsterCB78
Pascal GrossCM78
Joel VeltmanCB78
James Milner*CM77
Igor*CB76
Adam LallanaCAM76
Danny WelbeckST76
Tariq LampteyRB75
Bart Verbruggen*GK75
Jakub ModerCM74
Simon AdingraLM73
Evan FergusonST73
Joao Pedro*ST73
Billy GilmourCM72
Jan Paul van HeckeCB71
Jason SteeleGK71
Julio EncisoLM70
Facundo BuonanotteRM69
Andi ZeqiriST69
James FurlongLB61
Jack HinshelwoodCDM60
Tom McGillGK58
Jamie MullinsCAM58
Imari SamuelsLB55

* Indicates a new signing for the 2023/24 season

Brighton & Hove Albion is a great example of a team that works together to achieve success. You won’t find any of the top-rated players in EA FC 24 here, although Brighton does have a few FC 24 wonderkids in their ranks – something to look out for in FC 24 Career Mode! Despite losing Alexis Mac Allister to Liverpool and Moises Caicedo to Chelsea, The Seagulls won’t be worrying. They will be pulling together as a unit and not being reliant on individuals, just as they did when Leandro Trossard left for Arsenal. 

Lewis Dunk – 81 overall 

You won’t see Lewis Dunk in any Ultimate Team lineups this season, but just because he isn’t a meta player doesn’t mean he isn’t any good. His pace may let him down, but he is solid defensively and can play out from the back with ease. 

Pervis Estupanin – 80 overall 

A full-back just as happy going forward as he is defending, Pervis Estupanin gives the team creativity from the back. One of several Brighton players to be given a small ratings boost in FC 24, this should also up his potential. 

Kaoru Mitoma – 80 overall 

If Brighton does have one standout player, it would be Kaoru Mitoma. The Japanese winger has great dribbling ability, a quick turn of pace, and can finish when he gets into the box. He really impressed at the end of last season and will look to build on that this year, with European football coming to the squad.

Solly March – 79 overall 

Another of the marauding midfielders for Brighton, Solly March has earned his little boost in FC 24. The issue is, he is great in a lot of areas but doesn’t necessarily excel in any, which could hamper his popularity in FC 24. 

Mahmoud Dahoud – 78 overall 

Although Brighton has gained just under £200 million in player sales this window, they haven’t splashed the cash on new arrivals. Mahmoud Dahoud was picked up for free from Borussia Dortmund and will fit right in with the team, with great passing and ability on the ball in the center of the field.

EA’s new FC 24, replacing FIFA 24, will feature all your favourite game modes, licences, leagues, and stadiums. The game will also include a redeveloped crossplay system that includes FC 24 Clubs, making sure you don’t miss a single match with your mates regardless of their platform.