FIFA 14 Team of the Season announced

FIFA 14 Team of the Season announced
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EA Sports has revealed the line-ups for this year’s FIFA 14 Ultimate Team of the Season.

Three separate squads have been released: one made exclusively of gold players, one of silver and another bronze.

Like Team of the Week, Team of the Season cards are ultra rare cards that receive boosts to particular stats depending on the player’s form throughout the season. The cards can be found in packs from the Ultimate Team store.

The line-ups consist of players from all around the world, with several Premier League players featured in the starting line-ups, including Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney and David De Gea as well as Southampton’s Luke Shaw.

The full gold line-up is:

Starting XI

GK: David De Gea – Manchester United (England)

CB: Leandro Castan – AS Roma (Italy)

CB: Gary Cahill – Chelsea (England)

CB: Kostas Manolas – Olympiacos (Greece)

CDM (CM): Gabi – Atletico Madrid (Spain)

CDM: Daniele De Rossi – AS Roma (Italy)

LM (LW): Danny – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)

RM (RW): Everton Ribeiro – Cruzeiro (Brazil)

CAM: Wayne Rooney – Manchester United (England)

ST (CF): Alessio Cerci – Torino (Italy)

ST: Jackson Martinez – FC Porto (Portugal)

Substitutes & Reserves

GK: Jasper Cilessen – Ajax Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

LB: Cesar Azpilicueta – Chelsea (England)

CB: Vedran Corluka – Lok. Moscow (Russia)

CDM: Thiago Motta – PSG (France)

CDM: Morgan Schneiderlin – Southampton (England)

CDM: Nemanja Matic – Chelsea (England)

CM: Enzo Perez – Benfica (Portugal)

CF: Raffael – Bor. M’gladbach (Germany)

RW: Markel Susaeta – Athletic Bilbao (Spain)

RW: Kevin Volland – Hoffenheim (Germany)

ST: Alfred Finnbogason – Heerenveen (The Netherlands)

ST: Andre-Pierre Gignac – Marseille (France)

Here’s the silver team:

Tots silver

Starting XI

GK: Fraser Forster – Celtic (Scotland)

LB: Luke Shaw – Southampton (England)

CB: Mateo Musacchio – Villarreal (Spain)

CB: Jan Durica – Lokomotiv Moskva (Russia)

RB (LB) Layvin Kurzawa – AS Monaco (France)

LM (LW) Memphis Depay – PSV (The Netherlands)

CM: Romulo – Hellas Verona (Italy)

CM (CDM): Victor Sanchez – RCD ESpanyol (Spain)

RM (RW): Alessandro Rosina – Siena (Italy)

ST: Danny Ings – Burnley (England)

ST: Josip Drmic – FC Nurnberg (France)

Substitutes & Reserves

GK: Timo Horn – FC Koln (Germany)

LB: Aaron Cresswell – Ipswich Town (England)

CB: Danny Batth – Wolverhampton (England)

CDM: Nilton – Cruzeiro (Brazil)

CDM: William Carvalho – Sporting CP (Portugal)

LM: Andy Reid – Nottingham Forest (England)

CAM: Hans Vanaken – Lokeren (Belgium)

RW: Isaac Brizuela – Toluca (Mexico)

ST: Lukasz Teodorczyk – Lech Poznan (Poland)

ST: Magnus Eriksson – Malmo FF (Sweden)

ST: Kim Shin Wook – Ulsan Hyundai (Korea)

ST: Andy Delort – Tours FC (France)

Finally, the bronze team:

Starting XI

GK: Tommy Lee – Chesterfield (England)

CB (LB): Jesper Juelsgard – FC Midtjylland (Denmark)

CB: Kevin Wimmer – FC Koln (Germany)

CB: Omar Hawsawi – Al Nassr (Saudi Arabia)

CDM (CM): Adam Forshaw – Brentford (England)

CDM: Luke Brattan – Brisbane Roar (Australia)

LM (LW): Josef Martinez – BSC Young Boys (Switzerland)

RM (LW): Denis Suarez – FC Barcelona B (Spain)

CAM: Sven Luscher – FC Aarau (Switzerland)

ST: Diafra Sakho – FC Metz (France)

ST: Callum Wilson – Coventry (England)

Substitutes & Reserves

GK: Jamie Langfield – Aberdeen (Scotland)

LB: Antonio Mazzotta – Crotone (Italy)

LB: Chris Klute – Colorado Rapids (United States)

LB: Andrew Robertson – Dundee United (Scotland)

CB: Andre Ramalho – Red Bull Salzburg (Austria)

CAM: Lukasz Gargula – Wisla Krakow (Poland)

CAM: Killian Brennan – St. Patricks’ Athletic (Ireland)

CDM: Mauricio Albornoz – IF Brommapojkarna (Sweden)

RW: Fabio Ferreira – Adelaide United (Australia)

RW: Patrick Bamford – Derby County (England)

ST: Rene Schicker – Admira Wacker

ST: Sam Winnall – Scunthorpe United (England)

Best of luck trying to grab them in packs, we all know how expensive these guys will be on the transfer market.

Source: EA Sports