With the release of EA FC 24 and the start of the European competition, you know what’s coming: Road to the Knockouts team! Let’s see who made the RTTK team
September 29 marks the official launch of the revamped EA Sports FC 24, known to many simply as ‘FIFA.' This beloved game has undergone a major facelift, complete with a fresh rebrand and a bunch of other exciting changes.
While die-hard fans who pre-ordered the ultimate edition got a head start and have been enjoying the game since last Friday, the floodgates are now open as the general release hits millions of eager players.
Adding to the excitement, Road to the Knockout (RTTK) has also been dropped today. RTTK features players from clubs competing in the European competitions.
With the debut of the EA FC 24 Road to the Knockout, let’s see who's made the team and what’s their initial ratings.
EA FC 24 Road to the Knockouts Explained
EA FC 24 Road to the Knockout is a live promo in the FIFA gaming series that adds an exciting twist to player items. These cards get upgrades based on their teams' performance in the Group Stages of the Champions League, UEFA Europa League, and UEFA Europa Conference League.
Here's the deal: if a player's team scores two wins from the remaining Group Stage games, they receive an upgrade. And if their team makes it to the Knockout Stages, they get a second upgrade. It's a dynamic way to keep the gameplay in sync with real-world football action
EA FC 24 Road to the Knockouts Full Team
After weeks of anticipation here is the official reveal of the EA FC 24 RTTK team.
The Road starts here.
UEFA Road to the Knockouts Team 1, feat. Special Dynamic Player Items that get upgrades based on how their team performs in their real-life Group Stage, is available now in Ultimate Team.
— EA SPORTS FC (@EASPORTSFC) September 29, 2023
- Erling Haaland (Manchester City) – 92 – UCL
- Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 90 – UCL
- Victor Osimhen (Napoli) – 90 – UCL
- Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) – 89 – UCL
- Leonardo Bonnuci (Union Berlin) – 88 – UCL
- Rodrigo De Paul (Atheltico Madrid) – 86 – UCL
- Lois Openda (RB Leipzig) – 85 – UCL
- Pierre Kalulu (AC Milan) – 85 – UCL
- Mats Wieffer (Feyenoord) – 84 – UCL
- Deiver Machado (RC Lens) – 83 – UCL
- Svenja Huth (Wolfsburg) – 87 – UWCL
- Luis Diaz (Liverpool) – 87 – UEL
- Kiliann Sildillia (Freiberg) – 83 – UEL
- Edin Dzeko (Fenerbache) – 88 – UEC