The FIFA 22 RTTF promo is over, with three big winners. Gareth Bale, Chris Smalling and Ainsley Maitland-Niles all received the maximum number of upgrades as Real Madrid and Roma swept to victory in their European campaigns. RTTF is short for Road To The Finals. As explained below, these upgradable FIFA 22 items scored boosts depending on team performances, and below we'll steer you through the complete FIFA 22 RTTF cards list.
What is FIFA 22 RTTF and how does it work?
FIFA 22 Road To The Final cards picked up where the FIFA 22 RTTK (Road To The Knockouts) campaign left off. Each player received a new uniquely coloured card. It was already upgraded from their standard in-game item, then boosted further each time their club met one of five real-life requirements.
Those requirements were:
- First knockout win after Friday, February 18
- Qualification for the quarter finals
- Qualification for the semi-finals
- Qualification for the final
- Winning the tournament
For instance, Kai Havertz started the promo on 89, but each time Chelsea met one of the above requirements his OVR was upgraded. First to 90, then 91. Should Thomas Tuchel's side have won the Champions League it would have crept all the way to 95. However, once a player is out of the Champions League their card remains locked at its current rating.
Gareth Bale, Chris Smalling and Ainsley Maitland-Niles all received the maximum number of upgrades thanks to Real Madrid winning the Champions League, and Roma winning the Conference League. Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt had no FIFA 22 RTTF cards. [Ironically, the one Rangers player who did, Aaron Ramsey, missed the penalty that gifted Frankfurt the trophy.]
Who is in FIFA 22 RTTF Team 1?
19 cards were unleashed on the FIFA 22 RTTF release date of Friday, February 19. Havertz was one of them, clearly, while the 10 other players to earn UCL cards included Liverpool’s Sadio Mane (CAM, 92) and Real Madrid's Gareth Bale (ST, 89).
Five players competing the Europa League scored new items, three of which started out with an overall rating of 87: Ansu Fati (LW, Barcelona), Hirving Lozano (RW, Napoli) and Alejandro Gomez (CAM, Sevilla).
Just three players were granted a UEFA Conference League card, although the first is a biggie: Leicester goal machine Jamie Vardy, with an initial OVR of 90. He’s joined by fellow countryman Chris Smalling (CB, FC Roma, 86) and Ligue 1 standout Boubacar Kamara (CDM, Marseille, 85).
Scroll to the foot of this feature for the complete FIFA 22 RTTF cards list, with updated ratings. For instance, Vardy, Smalling and Kamara all received multiple boosts.
Was there a FIFA 22 RTTF Team 2?
Rumours of a FIFA 22 RTTF Team 2 never came to pass, although we did get a few cards appear after the initial release. Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City, RW, 91) was added to the Champions League contingent, while three additional players scored Europa League cards. They were Emre Can (CM, Dortmund, 86), Dominik Szoboszlai (CAM, RB Leipzig, 86), and Jason Denayer (CB, Lyon, 84). By the end of March, Denayer had scored two upgrades, to a lofty 87.
When did FIFA 22 RTTF upgrades take place in game?
EA wasn’t specific on this – merely stating that, “any Road To The Final item upgrades can take up to a few days to update in-game.”
Is there a FIFA 22 RTTF SBC?
Surprisingly there was no FIFA 22 Road To The Final SBC in the campaign's first week. You could, however, grab a RTTF card through in-game objectives. It belonged to Argentine defender Lisandro Martinez, and required you to complete four gameplay tasks. They were all based within Squad Battles and so fairly simple to tick off – as long as you did so before 6pm on February 26, when the challenge came to a climax. Sadly this card is no longer available.
Where can I see the full FIFA 22 RTTF cards list?
As is traditional with GR’s suite of guides, we have the full FIFA 22 RTTF cards list below. All ratings are final, with European competition now complete.
FIFA 22 RTTF Champions League cards
- Sadio Mane (CAM, Liverpool) – 96
- Gareth Bale (ST, Real Madrid) – 95
- Riyad Mahrez (RW, Manchester City) – 94
- Thiago (CM, Liverpool) – 93
- Kai Havertz (CAM, Chelsea) – 91
- Kyle Walker (RB, Manchester City) – 91
- Marcos Llorente (CM, Atletico Madrid) – 90
- Corentin Tolisso (CM, FC Bayern) – 90
- Alexis Sanchez (CF, Inter Milan) – 89
- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (CM, Liverpool) – 90
- Lucas Hernandez (CB, FC Bayern) – 88
- Lisandro Martinez (CB, Ajax) – 87 [Objectives only]
- Juan Cuadrado (RB, Piemonte Calcio) – 87
- Presnel Kimpembe (CB, Paris SG) – 87
- Alex Telles (LB, Manchester United) – 87
- Renato Sanches (CM, LOSC) – 87
FIFA 22 RTTF Europa League cards
- Memphis Depay (CF, Barcelona) – 92
- Josip Ilicic (CF, Atalanta) – 90
- Aaron Ramsey (CM, Rangers) – 90
- Ansu Fati (LW, Barcelona) – 89
- Jarrod Bowen (RM, West Ham) – 89
- Alejando Gomez (CAM, Sevilla) – 88
- Dominik Szoboszlai (CAM, RB Leipzig) – 88
- Hirving Lozano (RW. Napoli) – 87
- Jason Denayer (CB, Lyon) – 87
- Emre Can (CM, Dortmund) – 86
FIFA 22 RTTF UEFA Conference League cards
- Jamie Vardy (ST, Leicester City) – 93
- Chris Smalling (CB, FC Roma) – 92
- Ainsley Maitland-Niles (CDM, FC Roma) – 91
- Boubacar Kamara (CDM, Marseille) – 88
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