The FIFA 23 RTTF upgrades tracker has just received its second round of boosts, following the mid-March European ties. RTTF stands for Road To The Final, and sees certain players get FIFA 23 stats increases when their team advances in Euro competitions. Gabriel Martinelli is one of those selected – but he'll receive no more upgrades after Arsenal's shock exit to Lisbon. Below we explain how the promo works, and run down all the new cards with the FIFA 23 RTTF upgrades tracker.
What are FIFA 23 RTTF cards?
FIFA 23 RTTF stands for Road To The Final. Those chosen for the campaign receive cards which upgrade based on their team’s results in the Champions League, Europa League, or Europa Conference League. Those selected don't even need to appear in these matches – it's all about wins rather than individual performances.
FIFA 23 RTTF Team 1 dropped on Friday, February 17, to replace the very popular FIFA 23 Future Stars campaign. Standout items included Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino (CF, 91), Real Madrid galactico David Alaba (CB, 89), and Dortmund whirlwind Donyell Malen (ST, 87).
Some of these items, such as Alaba and Arsenal wideman Gabriel Martinelli (LM, 90) received upgrades within the first week – and in Alaba's case there could yet be four additional ones to come.
Is there a FIFA 23 RTTF Team 2 leak?
Well, yes – but it turned out to be incorrect. Those said to be receiving new cards include Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips, Lazio winger Felipe Anderson, and RB Leipzig wizard Emil Forsberg. However, these arrived shortly after the release of Team 1 – meaning Team 2's make-up remained a mystery. And it's one that will last forever. The rumoured kick off date of Friday, February 24 came and went without any additional players – meaning that's your lot for FIFA 23 RTTF.
How do FIFA 23 RTTF Upgrades work?
Very similarly to the FIFA 23 RTTK promo from earlier in the season. Players can earn up to four OVR bonuses dependent on their team’s European performances, with weak foot and FIFA 23 skill moves upgrades on offer too. Here’s what they need to do to trigger each boost:
- Win 1st knockout game after FIFA 23 RTTF launch = OVR upgrade
- Qualify for quarter-finals = OVR upgrade
- Qualify for semi-finals = OVR upgrade & three new traits
- Qualify for final = 5-star weak foot upgrade
- Win final = OVR upgrade and 5-star skill moves upgrade
When do FIFA 23 RTTF upgrades happen?
These are set to be shortly after each remaining round of European competition is completed. Conference League matches occur on Thursdays, so Friday is the most likely arrival time. That would mean you can expect cards to receive their boosts on the dates below. The first two dates are correct, and the first couple of updates have now occurred.
- Upgrade 1: Friday, February 24
- Upgrade 2: Friday, March 17
- Upgrade 3: Friday, April 21
- Upgrade 4: Friday, May 19
- Upgrade 5: Friday, June 12
Are there FIFA 23 RTTF SBCs and Objectives players?
The first FIFA 23 RTTF Objectives player tied in with the ongoing FIFA 23 Silver Stars challenge. It arrived on Wednesday, February 22 and is for Andras Schafer (CM, 71) of Union Berlin. To unlock him you needed to complete a trio of challenges in the Live FUT Friendly: Silver Stars match type. Sadly, these had to be done before 6pm UK time on Wednesday, February 26 or your shot at Schafer was gone for good.
FIFA 23 RTTF SBCs (Squad Building Challenges) were expected throughout the promo, but surprisingly short on supply. Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby (RM, 90) was the only notable one, and set you back around 88,000 FIFA 23 coins as of Thursday, February 23. His SBC has now expired.
Which cards are included in the full FIFA 23 RTTF upgrades tracker?
The FIFA 23 RTTF upgrades tracker is below, updated as of Monday, March 20. It includes the first two round of boosts, from the first and second sets of eligible European fixtures.
- Leon Goretzka (CM, FC Bayern) - 92
- Roberto Firmino (CF, Liverpool) - 91
- David Alaba (CB, Real Madrid) - 91
- Nicolo Barella (CM, Inter Milan) - 91
- Giacomo Raspadori (CF, Napoli) - 89
- Kalvin Phillips (CDM, Manchester City) - 89
- Wesley Fofana (CB, Chelsea) - 89
- Lucas Moura (RW, Tottenham) - 88
- Donyell Malen (ST, Dortmund) - 87
- Nuno Mendes (LB, Paris SG) - 86
- Emil Forsberg (CAM, RB Leipzig) - 86
- Tuta (CB, Frankfurt) - 85
- Gabriel Martinelli (LM, Arsenal) - 91
- Anthony Martial (ST, Manchester United) - 91
- Federico Chiesa (LW, Juventus) - 90
- Moussa Diaby (RM, Leverkusen) - 90 [SBC only]
- Erik Lamela (RW, Sevilla) - 89
- Ferran Torres (LW, Barcelona) - 88
- Miranda (LB, Real Betis) - 88
- Brais Mendez (CAM, Real Sociedad) - 88
- Kevin Volland (ST, Monaco) - 87
- Andras Schafer (CM, Union Berlin) - 71 [Objectives only]
UEFA Conference League
- Youcef Atal (RB, Nice) - 89
- Felipe Anderson (RW, Lazio) - 87