FIFA 17 Legends Wish List

u4fifa Date: Jun/23/16 10:16:17 Views: 39

FIFA 17 Ultimate Team hype has already started, so we thought we'd take a look at which FIFA 17 Legends could be NEW to the FUT 17 gamemode! Take a look at our FIFA 17 Legends Wish List below!


Carlos Puyol


The Spanish national team 100-cap Captain Carlos Puyol is renowned as one of the greatest defenders of all-time. The ex-Barcelona Captain surely deserves a FIFA 17 Legends card!




Romario managed a very impressive 55 goals in 70 appearances for his country, this is the third highest goalscorer for his national team, ranking behind Pelé and Ronaldo. He is also the second all-time top goalscorer in the Brazilian league, scoring 154 goals. While finishing as a top goalscorer in a number of different competitions, he is one of very few strikers to exceed 1,000 goals!


Zinedine Zidane


Zidane has been named the FIFA World Player of the Year on three occasions, in 1998, 2000 and 2003. He is also the proud recipient of the 1998 Ballon d'Or. He was Ligue 1 Player of the Year in 1996, Serie A Footballer of the Year in 2001 and La Liga Best Foreign Player in 2002. Zidane also won the Golden Ball for player of the tournament at the 2006 World Cup, despite his infamous sending off in the final for head butting Itailian footballer Marco Materazzi in the chest. Zidane is now the current Real Madrid Manager.


Clarence Seedorf


Seedorf was an extremely versatile player, who was gifted with with a superb physique and technical ability to match. These attributes gave him the freedom to succeed in multiple midfield positions, contributing by attacking and defending. Seedorf was regarded as a fan favourite by many.




Eusébio is a Portuguese great and is considered by many as one of the greatest footballers of all time. Eusébio scored a remarkable 749 goals in 745 matches at club level and 41 goals for his country.


David Beckham


David Beckham is without doubt one of the most popular footballers of all-time and has maintained his following to this day. Beckham will always be remembered as a Manchester United Legend, but he also played for Preston North End, Real Madrid, AC Milan, LA Galaxy, Paris Saint-Germain and of course the England national team. Beckham won 19 major trophies during his 20-year professional career and is renowned as one of the most deadly set-piece specialists in the history of football.


Eric Cantona


Eric Cantona was tenacious forward and wasn't afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve. Cantona wore the famous number 7 shirt at Manchester United and trademarked the upturned collar. The Frenchman was capable of conjuring moments of mastery on the pitch and lead by example. Cantona's hotheadedness got him into trouble on more than one occasion, but Sir Alex Ferguson knew that his technical ability and robust leadership was vital to the revival of the club.




Cafu is regarded by many to be one of the best fullbacks the game has ever seen. In 1994, he was awarded South American Footballer of the Year, and in 2004, Pelé named Cafu as one of the 125 Greatest Living Footballers at a FIFA Awards ceremony. Cafu is was best known for his lightning pace, technical ability and was without question a complete player.


Alessandro Del Piero


Del Piero is a Juventus legend and was so prolific that he scored in every competition he ever played in. In 2004, Pelé also named Del Piero as one of the 125 Greatest Living Footballers as a part of FIFA's centenary celebrations. He was also voted into the UEFA Golden Jubilee Poll in the same year, a list of the 50 best European players of the past half a century. Del Piero was best known for his finishing ability and superb dribbling skills.


Diego Maradona


Maradona is a FIFA World Cup winner and regarded as one of the greatest players to ever grace the game. He captained Argentina and led them to victory in 1986 in Mexico, winning the Golden Ball as the tournament's best player. Maradona's ability to glide past his opponents with grace and elegance at a blistering pace made him an unstoppable player. Many comparisons have been made with Lionel Messi.


Johan Cruyff


Cruyff began his career at Ajax where he won eight Eredivisie titles, three European Cups and an Intercontinental Cup. He moved to FC Barcelona in 1973 for a world record transfer fee at the time. Cruyff won the La Liga title in his very first season and was named European Footballer of the Year. He retired in 1984 and became a very successful manager, leading his former clubs Ajax and FC Barcelona to glory.


Rio Ferdinand


In July 2002 Rio Ferdinand joined Manchester United for a record breaking transfer fee of around £30 million. He is a six-time Premier League title winner. Ferdinand featured in the PFA Team of the Year four times in only five years. He is also a UEFA Champions League winner and is regarded as one of England's and United's greatest ever central defenders.




Ronaldinho is considered by some as the greatest footballer of all time. The mark he has left on the game and his influence in changing the way people think about individual skill is unparalleled. A stunning first touch, exceptional intelligence, the ability to think outside the box and be brave enough to try the ‘impossible' has lead Ronaldinho to be a fan favourite across the globe. The man is a legend and this would no doubt be one of the most sought after cards in the history of FIFA Ultimate Team.




Ronaldo's goal scoring record is phenomenal and as such is regarded by many as the greatest striker to have ever lived. He was a part of the Brazilian squad that won the 1994 FIFA World Cup at age 17. He received the Golden Ball for player of the tournament at the 1998 World Cup and won a second World Cup in 2002 where he scored twice in the final, receiving the Golden Boot as top goalscorer. This card would undoubtably tear defences apart!


Thierry Henry


Thierry Henry is regarded by many as the Premier League's greatest ever striker. An Arsenal legend and winner of the historic treble with Barcelona. Henry has been named in the UEFA Team of the Year five times and surpassed Michel Platini's record to become France's all-time top goalscorer. A scorer many beautiful goals, it was said he could have had his own goal of the month competition on multiple occasions. How many millions would this card sell for?




Xavi's vision and understanding of the game was second to none. He has won more trophies (28) than any other Spanish player in history. He has been included in the UEFA Team of the Year on 5 separate occasions and was voted into the FIFA World XI 6 times. This type of card would be an incredible playmaker to play defence splitting balls and feed perfect passes into your strikers!




Zico is the fourth highest goalscorer for his national team, scoring 48 goals in 71 caps. Without doubt one of Brazil's all-time greatest players, Zico's ball control and attacking ability was rivalled by few. An incredible CAM with the ability to both provide and score goals, with the pace to match.


Paul Gascoigne


Paul Gascoigne is regarded by many as one of England's greatest ever players. His intelligence and ability keep in control of the ball whilst gliding past players was an art to behold. Gascoigne also had a superb shot on him and would make an excellent CAM for any team in FUT.


Bobby Charlton


Known for his ferocious shot and attacking prowess from midfield, Charlton is a Manchester United and England Legend. Charlton was pivotal in England's success in winning the FIFA World Cup in 1966 and subsequently won the FIFA Ballon d'Or in the same year. An exceptionally hard worker and leader by example, Charlton would be an asset to any team.


All FIFA 17 Legends will get Chemistry with any other player on FIFA Ultimate Team.