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Players skill rating sports

It is one of the most eagerly anticipated days for gamers ahead of the arrival of EA SPORTS FC 24, with player ratings for the new edition of the game being confirmed.

There is added interest this year as PlayStyles will be included in the game for the first time, which are traits and abilities that mirror the real-life capabilities of players.

Introducing PlayStyles

For the first time in EAFC 24, EA SPORTS, powered by Opta’s renowned player data analysis, can accurately assign PlayStyles based on real-life performance. This allows gamers to create stronger squads by understanding how players actually play.

For Guro Reiten for instance, the proficiencies rack up with Finesse shot, Dead ball, Incisive pass, Whipped pass, Rapid, Quick step and Relentless all on her PlayStyles list, the first of those highlighting that she is known to try to place the ball when shooting at goal.

Enzo Fernandez’s attributes are Long ball pass, Slide tackle, Flair, First touch, Press proven, Relentless, and Trivela for his PlayStyles, that final signature characteristic highlighting his skill using the outside of the boot to accept the ball.

PlayStyles+ goes a step further by enhancing these abilities and giving them skills no other player can match.

Six Chelsea players have been allocated a PlayStyle+ in EAFC 24, with Thiago Silva awarded Anticipate + status, and Sam Kerr given Power header +.

Which Chelsea player has the best overall ranking on EA SPORTS FC24?

When it comes to the more traditional rating scores, Kerr’s rating of 90 is so high that it places her equal second across all the women’s game.

On the men’s side, new arrival Christopher Nkunku goes straight in at the top of the Chelsea list with a rating of 86 while Thiago Silva and Reece James both share respectable ratings of 84.

Completing the women’s top three for their overall rating are Reiten with 88 and new left-back Ashley Lawrence with 86.

The biggest risers on their overall rating from last season are Moises Caicedo who is up by 10 and Nicolas Jackson whose rating has justifiably been increased by eight!

In the Chelsea Women's squad, Lauren James after an electric season in the BWSL has seen an increase of eight in her overall rating.

Which Chelsea players are rated best for pace in EA SPORTS FC24?

Mykhailo Mudryk claims that crown with a 91 rating, just pipping Noni Madueke on 90. Another recent arrival, Malo Gusto, clocks in at 88 while last year’s fastest, Raheem Sterling, is still highly rated at 85.

Reiten is the most rapid for Chelsea Women, with a rating of 88, closely followed by Lauren James’s 87.

Who is the pick of the passers on EA SPORTS FC24?

That honour goes to Norwegian star Reiten again, whose distribution is rated as highly as 86, with Nkunku and Reece James clocking in at 83 on the men’s side.

Also ranking with scores above 80 on both sides are Enzo, Erin Cuthbert, and Lawrence.

Which Chelsea players are given the best physical stats on EA SPORTS FC24?

Defenders as anticipated come out top, with Axel Disasi given a rating of 84 and Reece James 81, but midfield is also represented in the top three, with Enzo a high 79.

Lionesses’ skipper Millie Bright takes it higher with a rating of 87 and following her on the Chelsea Women list are her fellow centre-back Kadeisha Buchanan and Kerr on a well-deserved 85.

Which Chelsea players have the best shooting in EA SPORTS FC24?

It is no surprise to see Kerr right up there on 88 when it comes to shooting as after all, the star striker notched 29 goals for Chelsea Women last season. Fran Kirby and new forward Catarina Macario are tied on 83.

Nkunku leads the way in the men’s squad with an 81 rating, with another freshly signed striker, Nicolas Jackson, a couple behind on 79. Sterling, closely following with on 78.

When is EA SPORTS FC24? released?

The new game will be released on Friday 29 September and you can pre-order the game by clicking here

FC 24 player ratings: Haaland, Mbappé, Putellas top them all

EA Sports have begun the week by revealing the 24 top-rated men's and women's players included in the latest edition of their flagship football game and the very first edition to bear the new name: FC 24.

Having ended their long-running partnership with FIFA last year, EA Sports have kicked off this new FC era with an overhauled rating system that as well as giving players an ability rank out of 100, also bestows them with special talents and playing styles optimised by Opta stats.

Just as in the final game of the FIFA era, the highest player rating in the FC 24 base game is 91, which is shared by four players -- one of which just so happens to be a Ballon d'Or winner.

Having both previously dominated the EA Sports franchise ratings for many years, both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have seen their stats wane further. Messi misses out on a place in the top five and Ronaldo slips out of the top 24 altogether as a wave of fresh and emerging talent begins to usurp the once-established order.

We've taken a look at the first batch of FC 24 player ratings on offer and sifted through them in order to highlight some of the biggest and most noteworthy talking points.

1. New superstars rule the roost

Almost appearing as a symbolic passing of the torch as EA Sports prepare to move into the FC era, former heavyweights such as Messi and Ronaldo have found themselves sliding down the rankings -- some more dramatically than others.

There is also no room inside the top 24 for Son Heung-Min, Sadio Mané, Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich, Casemiro, N'Golo Kanté, Éderson, Jan Oblak, Toni Kroos and Marquinhos -- all of whom were included in the top 24 just one year ago.

Instead, the likes of Kylian Mbappé, Erling Haaland, Rodri, Vinícius Júnior and Rúben Dias have surged up the order as far as the men's game is concerned. Simultaneously there are a raft of new faces from the women's game who have reached rarified levels, with Barcelona and Spain star Alexia Putellas leading the way.

Putellas is joined in the top 10 by club and international teammate Aitana Bonmati, the reigning FIFA Women's World Cup Golden Ball and UEFA Women's Player of the Year winner, as well as Chelsea and Australia hotshot Sam Kerr.

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2. Mbappé is the new golden boy

After being made to wallow in third place in the FIFA 23 player rankings, Mbappé has been elevated to the top spot in FC 24 despite the mercurial Paris Saint-Germain forward's actual rating holding firm at 91 between games.

3. Messi slides out of top five

Having narrowly managed to cling onto his top-five status in the FIFA 23 rankings, Messi has been nudged down into sixth place this time around. This comes after the Argentina captain had cemented his position in the top two for an impressive 13 straight years prior.

Despite his heroics at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and a lightning start to life as an Inter Miami CF player, Messi has seen his overall rating drop from 91 to 90.

The only other entrant in the top 24 currently plying their trade in North America is USWNT stalwart Alex Morgan, who occupies 20th place with an overall rating of 89.

4. Treble winners on top

No clubs contribute more players to the list of the top-24-rated players in FC 24 than Manchester City and Barcelona Femeni, although that perhaps shouldn't come as too much of a surprise given that both are reigning treble champions.

City have two players in the top 10 and four players included overall in the shape of Haaland, Dias, Rodri and Kevin De Bruyne. Meanwhile, Barca's all-conquering women's team can boast both Putellas and Bonmati inside the top 10 with winger Caroline Graham Hansen and defender Mapi León also making the cut.

The only other club to offer more than two players is Liverpool men's team, though all three of their representatives are outside the top 10 with Mohamed Salah (13th, 89) leading the charge ahead of Virgil van Dijk and Alisson Becker.

5. Courtois retains place as best keeper

Thibaut Courtois is once again the best goalkeeper in the game as the Real Madrid stopper carries his high rating of 90 over from FIFA 23 and into FC 24. The 31-year-old Belgium international is likely to miss a significant chunk of the 2023-24 season after suffering a ruptured ACL in August, but that has obviously done nothing to diminish his lofty standing in the virtual realm.

Indeed, only three keepers have made it into the top 24 of the overall player ratings with Courtois (9th) being the only one to have squeezed into the top 10. Further down the order, Marc-André ter Stegen (21st, 89) and Alisson (23rd, 89) are the only other representatives of the goalkeepers' guild.

6. Highest rise, lowest fall

The most meteoric rise in the ratings has been made by Haaland, who was 21st overall in FIFA 23 with a rating of 88. By the simple act of merely scoring 52 goals in 53 games while winning the Treble in his debut season with Man City, the Norwegian powerhouse has clambered all the way up to third in the FC 24 ranking with an overall rating of 91.

After topping the ratings outright in FIFA 23, Karim Benzema has tumbled all the way down to 8th place in the FC 24 pile after bringing his glorious Real Madrid tenure to an end in favour of moving to the Saudi Pro League with Al Ittihad. This despite his overall rating only falling from 91 to 90 in the space of a year.

Robert Lewandowski was the second-highest-rated player in FIFA 23, although a similar single-point reduction from 91 to 90 has seen the Barca poacher toppled from the silver medal position on the podium all the way down to 11th.


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FC 24's top-24-rated players

- Kevin De Bruyne, midfielder, Manchester City, Belgium: 91
- Erling Haaland, forward, Manchester City, Norway: 91
- Kylian Mbappé, forward, Paris Saint-Germain, France: 91
- Alexia Putellas, midfielder, Barcelona, Spain: 91
- Karim Benzema, forward, Al Ittihad, France: 90
- Aitana Bonmati, midfielder, Barcelona, Spain: 90
- Thibaut Courtois, goalkeeper, Real Madrid, Belgium: 90
- Caroline Graham Hansen, forward, Barcelona, Norway: 90
- Harry Kane, forward, Bayern Munich, England: 90
- Sam Kerr, forward, Chelsea, Australia: 90
- Robert Lewandowski, forward, Barcelona, Poland: 90
- Lionel Messi, forward, Inter Miami, Argentina: 90
- Alisson Becker, goalkeeper, Liverpool, Brazil: 89
- Kadidiatou Diani, forward, Lyon, France: 89
- Ruben Dias, defender, Manchester City, Portugal: 89
- Ada Hegerberg, forward, Lyon, Norway: 89
- Mapi Leon, defender, Barcelona, Spain: 89
- Alex Morgan, forward, San Diego Wave FC, United States: 89
- Neymar, forward, Al Hilal, Brazil: 89
- Rodri, midfielder, Manchester City, Spain: 89
- Mohamed Salah, forward, Liverpool, Egypt: 89
- Marc-André ter Stegen, goalkeeper, Barcelona, Germany: 89
- Virgil van Dijk, defender, Liverpool, Netherlands: 89
- Vinícius Júnior, forward, Real Madrid, Brazil: 89

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