The FUT 21 Future Stars Team 1 has been confirmed, featuring Borussia Dortmund midfielder Giovanni Reyna and Leicester City winger Harvey Barnes.
Just days after one of the biggest FUT promos of the year ended, with the Team of the Year (TOTY) promo seeing the launch of an Ultimate XI, 12th man, Honourable Mentions and more, EA SPORTS have tonight (Friday) launched the FIFA 21 Future Stars promo.
The FUT Future Stars promo is one of the most popular promos with the FUT community, despite only first being introduced in FIFA 19 Ultimate Team. The Future Stars promo often features the best young talents who are 23 or under, who have shown high potential but have not yet become established players for their clubs.
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The talented youngsters who feature in the Future Stars promo will receive heavily upgraded attributes and overall rating through the release of special Future Stars player items, which represent the rating they could achieve at the peak of their career, if they reach their full potential.
Some of the world’s biggest talents have featured in previous FUT Future Stars promos including Erling Haaland, Mason Mount, Lautaro Martinez, Joao Felix, Dani Olmo, Federico Valverde, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Matthijs de Ligt, Frenkie de Jong, Kai Havertz, Phil Foden, Jadon Sancho and Tanguy Ndombele.
The FUT 21 Future Stars Team 1 includes players like Giovanni Reyna, Eduardo Camavinga, Harvey Barnes and more.
Check out the FUT 21 Future Stars Team 1 below.
FIFA 21 Future Stars Team 1 confirmed
The best and brightest 23 and Under breakthrough talents who’ve shown high ceilings but have yet to cement their status in the upper echelon of world football (or been included in previous Future Stars campaigns) will feature in Future Stars over the next two weeks.
The FUT 21 Future Stars promo will feature two teams, with Team 1 kicking off on Friday February 5 and Team 2 on Friday February 12, with the promo running until February 19.
Here is the FUT 21 Future Stars Team 1 lineup in full.
CAM: Giovanni Reyna (Borussia Dortmund) – 91 OVR
CM: Eduardo Camavinga (Rennes) – 91 OVR
LM: Steven Bergwijn ( Tottenham Hotspur) – 89 OVR
CAM: Harvey Barnes ( Leicester City) – 88 OVR
RW: Dejan Kulusevski ( Juventus /Piemonte Calcio) – 88 OVR
RB: Sergino Dest (FC Barcelona ) – 88 OVR
LM: Dominik Szoboszlai (RB Leipzig) – 88 OVR
RB: Reece James ( Chelsea ) – 87 OVR
GK: Andriy Lunin ( Real Madrid ) – 87 OVR
ST: Alexander Isak (Real Sociedad) – 86 OVR
LB: Diogo Dalot (AC Milan) – 85 OVR
In addition to Team 1 being released, EA SPORTS have revealed that Giovanni Reyna, Reece James and Diogo Dalot will also be released in Team 2, but with different positions!
Reyna will be released as an LM, James will be released as a CDM and Dalot will be released as a RB.
The attributes will also be heavily changed for the second release of their card, which will give FUT players more options in terms of squad building.
Lyon midfielder Bruno Guimarães also features in a Future Stars SBC, with two 87-rated players available to select, one with high defensive attributes and one with higher shooting attributes.
It also looks like there is going to be some Future Stars Academy players released soon who will upgrade depending on objectives reached, as you can see below.
Receiving sizeable ratings boosts, the Future Stars teams (and accompanying shoulder content) flash us forward to how these players could turn out if they develop into their full potential.
*FIFA 21 is out now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The next generation version of FIFA 21 is also available now on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PlayStation 5.
Fans who jump into FIFA 21 can also benefit from Dual Entitlement, enabling them to upgrade their copy of the game from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, or Xbox One to Xbox Series X/S at no extra cost.