FIFA 23 is about to become a reality and many Ultimate Team fans are already trying to define their eleven for the first FUT Champions. Although EA Sports seems to have gone for a different type of game this year and with more emphasis on construction in midfield, there is no doubt that fast players will be highly valued in the market because they will be very unbalanced. In this sense, today we bring you the top 10 fastest players in FIFA 23. Some are big stars that will be difficult to access during the first days of Ultimate Team, but others can be very useful tools to start off on the right foot.
- Kylian Mbappe (91 avg, 97 pace) – PSG, France, Ligue 1
- Adama Traore (79 avg, 96 pace) – Wolves, Spain, Premier League
- Vincius Junior (86 average, 95 pace) – Real Madrid, Brazil, Liga Santander
- Sherald Becker (76 avg, 95 pace) – Union Berlin, Suriname, Bundesliga
- Daniel James (77 avg, 95 pace) – Fulham, Wales, Premier League
- Alphonso Davis (84 avg, 94 pace) – Bayern, Canada, Bundesliga
- Jeremie Frimpong (80 avg, 94 pace) – Bayer Leverkusen, Netherlands, Bundesliga
- Gerrit Holtman (74 avg, 94 pace) – Bochum, Philippines, Bundesliga
- Ismaila Sarr (77 average, 94 pace) – Watford, Senegal, Championship
- Inaki Williams (80 average, 94 pace) – Athletic, Spain, Liga Santander
This is how the new chemistry of FIFA 23 Ultimate Team works
As you can see, the entire top ten except for winger Alphonso Davies is made up of attacking players, especially band footballers. That being the case, getting a couple of them to unbalance at the ends could be a good idea. For obvious reasons, this list has included excluded icons and heroesas they will be completely inaccessible cards in the first dates of FIFA 23. Remember that the new EA Sports game arrives on September 30, three days before for those who have reserved the Ultimate Edition.