The Scoring skills in FIFA 15

In FIFA 15, while it’s a good idea to keep possession and put less focus on aggression, remember that keeping the possession doesn’t win the games – scoring does.

In this FIFA 15 shooting guide, I’ll share some basic tips on shooting as well as some of the types and how to make use of them effectively.

This tutorial is aimed at helping gamers to improve their finishing. Most gamers when giving a chance at goal, they either they over hit it, under-hit or choose the wrong type of shot. The video below demonstrates the specific shot per situation and also identifies the right amount power needed for the shot.

In addition to learning these shots, you will need to understand and analyze your team to see each players abilities. Some important attributes to take note of when trying to find a player that is a good goal scorer:

Long Shot :

This shows how well a player can shoot from behind the 18 yard box.

Curve :

This shows how curve a player can put on the ball (the higher the curve stats the better that player is at finest shot).

Finishing :

For players with good finishing they tend to find the back of the net easier than others when in the 18 yard box.

Volley :

This shows how well a player can hit a shot when the ball is in the air.

Shot Power :

Identifies how hard a player can shoot a ball.

Improving your finishing will help you to be victories on the pitch and actually drive some fear in your opponent in season matches.

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Cristano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (Spain)
Lionel Messi – FC Barcelona (Spain)
Radamel Falcao – Manchester United (England)
Robin van Persie – Manchester United (England)
Luis Suárez – FC Barcelona (Spain)
Zlatan Ibrahimović – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Diego Costa – Chelsea FC (England)
Gonzalo Higuaín – Napoli (Italy)
Edinson Cavani – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Sergio Agüero – Manchester City (England)
Karim Benzema – Real Madrid (Spain)
Thomas Müller – Bayern München (Germany)
Javier Hernández (Chicharito) – Real Madrid (Spain)
Stefan Kießling – Bayern Leverkusen (Germany)
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)


Cristano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (Spain)
Arjen Robben – Bayern München (Germany)
Hulk – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
Marco Reus – Borrusia Dortmund (Germany)
Alberto Costa – Genoa (Italy)
Paul Pogba – Juventus (Italy)
Hernanes – Inter Milan (Italy)
Toni Kroos – Real Madrid (Spain)
Juan Arango – Tijuana (Mexico)
Gareth Bale – Real Madrid (Spain)
Zlatan Ibrahimović – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Fabio Quagliarella – Torino (Italy)
Lionel Messi – FC Barcelona (Spain)
Alain Traoré – FC Lorient (France)
Fredy Guarín – Inter Milan (Italy)


Robin van Persie – Manchester United (England)
Zlatan Ibrahimović – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Radamel Falcao – Manchester United (England)
Lukas Podolski – Inter Milan (Italy)
Wayne Rooney – Manchester United (England)
Lee Dong Gook – Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (Korea)
Francesco Totti – AS Roma (Italy)
Cristano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (Spain)
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)
Marco Reus – Borrusia Dortmund (Germany)
Frank Lampard – Manchester City (England)
Carlos Tévez – Juventus (Italy)
Kaká – Orlando City (United States)
Arjen Robben – Bayern München (Germany)
Kevin-Prince Boateng – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)


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“Uptown Funk” crashes the FIFA 15



After 120 million views on YouTube, Mark Ronson probably didn’t think his hit single ‘Uptown Funk’ could get any more popular. Well Mark, it just has.

This hit tune debuted in November 2014 and has dominated the charts in the US and abroad. People have been dancing to it almost nonstop for three months now and the popularity of Mars and Ronson has skyrocketed even more. Having the song included in the video game gives the game a modern and upbeat flavor.

This comes in the form of a FIFA 15 gamer who included the tune in a celebration sequence of the game.This video is a riot. It features players dancing to the popular song that has ruled for five weeks straight at the top of the charts. Actually two game players have added the song to their celebratory videos. The game features soccer players and once a goal is made there is a celebratory dance and the ‘Uptown Funk’ song highlights the revelry.

In addition, the new stellar roster of players for the FIFA 15 game is extraordinary. This advances the video game to new heights and allows for players to feel like they’re right in the middle of the top soccer action.

EA knows what it’s doing by ramping up the surprises to the FIFA 15 game and that means extra fun for all around as well as increased revenue. No mention of how much the company has to pay to license the names and images of the top players but it’s a good bet it’s well worth the money. This FIFA 15 Team Of The Week aka TOTW has the world’s top soccer players and the game works like a real game. Good graphics and gameplay, sound, and lots of extras for that big stadium event feel.

The roster of worldwide soccer pros shows that EA knows what the fans want. To see the top stars participating in the game is an acknowledgment to the game franchise. This should bring in new blood to the game and the online action should be something to behold to say the least. Just think of the big tournaments televised and fans going at it like the real pros. Could be stadium filling adventure like many of the top multiplayer video games.

A Third Round of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Winter Updates


FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Winter Transfers is an excitement time of the season. EA has released the third batch of winter transfers. Find the player you need to improve your team.

Existing versions of these players will remain with their previous club(s) and are no longer available in packs, new versions are now available in packs and will be with their new club!

Here it is the complete list of the second batch of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Winter Transfers:

Jonas 79 ST SL Benfica
Varela 78 LW Parma
Florent Malouda 77 LM FC Metz
Artur Boruc 76 GK Bournemouth
Tomáš Necid 75 ST CSKA Moskva
Erkan Zengin 75 RW Trabzonspor
Ravel Morrison 74 CAM Cardiff City
Suso 74 RM Milan
Custódio 73 CDM Akhisarspor
Thomas Manfredini 73 CB Vicenza
Javi Guerra 73 ST Málaga CF
Sekou Oliseh 73 RM CSKA Moskva
Veysel Sarı 73 RB Kasımpaşaspor
Matos 73 ST Fiorentina
Maxi López 72 ST Torino
Lanzarote 72 LW Deportivo Alavés
Royston Drenthe 72 RM Reading
Ferhat Kiraz 72 LM Kasımpaşaspor
Dani Hernández 72 GK CD Tenerife
Alexander Kačaniklić 72 LM Fulham
Nicolás Blandi 72 ST Évian Thonon Gaillard FC
Riccardo Saponara 72 CAM Empoli
Jo Inge Berget 71 CAM Malmö FF
Marco Fabián 71 CAM Guadalajara
Daniel Opare 71 RB Beşiktaş JK
Koen Casteels 71 GK VfL Wolfsburg
Marcelo Sarvas 71 CM Colorado Rapids
Alexis Rolin 71 CB Boca Juniors
Luis Páez 71 ST Independiente Santa Fe
Aranda 70 ST CD Numancia
Glenn Murray 70 ST Crystal Palace
Alberto Frison 70 GK Sampdoria
Juan Castillo 70 GK Patriotas Boyacá
Miguel Ponce 70 LB Guadalajara
Da Costa 70 GK Bologna
Adrian Stoian 70 LM Crotone
Alen Stevanovic 70 RM Spezia
Albentosa 70 CB Derby County
Wagner 70 RW Nacional
Alaeddine Yahia 69 CB SM Caen
Juan Pablo Rodríguez 69 CM Atlas
Facundo Erpen 69 CB Puebla
Ricardo Vaz Tê 69 RM Akhisarspor
Javier Aníbal Elizondo 69 ST Audax Italiano
Luciano Becchio 69 ST Norwich City
Emanuel Villa 69 ST Gallos Blancos de Querétaro
Johan Dahlin 69 GK FC Midtjylland
Marco Ruben 69 ST Rosario Central
Onur Kaya 69 LM SV Zulte-Waregem
Luis Pedro Figueroa 69 RW Colo Colo
Yannick Djaló 69 RM SL Benfica
Jermaine Beckford 69 ST Preston North End
Rúben Ribeiro 69 RW Gil Vicente
Davide Di Gennaro 69 CAM Vicenza
Christian Schneuwly 69 RM FC Zürich
Tomasz Kupisz 69 RM Cittadella
Edimar 69 LB Córdoba CF
Sergio Escudero 69 CB Belgrano de Córdoba
Julian Koch 69 CDM FC St. Pauli
Yaya Sanogo 69 ST Crystal Palace
Antonino Ragusa 69 LW Vicenza
Luis Marín 69 GK Sporting KC
Osariemen Ebagua 69 ST Bari
Nick Powell 69 CAM Manchester United
Javi Espinosa 69 CM UD Almería
Fernando Meneses 69 RM Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz
Rafał Wolski 69 CAM KV Mechelen
Diego Rubio 69 ST Sporting CP
Ivan Kelava 69 GK Udinese
Chuli 69 ST CD Leganés
Birama Touré 69 CDM Stade Brestois 29
David Accam 69 ST Chicago Fire
José Mari 69 CDM Levante UD
Dani Quintana 69 CAM Al Ahli (Jeddah)
Alcatraz 69 RB Atlético Nacional
John Valoy 69 CM Once Caldas
Diego Hernán González 69 CM Santos Laguna
Leandro Benegas 69 ST Universidad de Chile
Robert 69 RM Granada CF
Gaël Givet 68 CB AC Arles-Avignon
Espen Bugge Pettersen 68 GK Strømsgodset Toppfotball
Stephen Warnock 68 LB Derby County
Hérculez Gómez 68 ST Puebla
Alessandro Cordaro 68 RM SV Zulte-Waregem
Mariano Pavone 68 ST Vélez Sarsfield





Let’s take a look at which players are most popular in FIFA15


Check out the 20 most liked players on FIFA 15, and prepared to be shocked by this totally bizarre line-up, which comes courtesy of The list includes the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, as you would no doubt expect, but there are also some big surprises.

20. Christian Benteke – Aston Villa

A cheap striker since the beginning of the game, Benteke would have featured in a majority of early starter squads for most players.

19. Ashley Young – Manchester United

Ashley Young is up there as one of the quicker left midfielders in the Premier League and his price has steadily decreased since the beginning of the game, making him more popular.

18. Eliaquim Mangala – Manchester City

A new defender in the Premier League, the French centre back was a popular figure in Liga Portuguese squads last year, no different this time around.

17. Abdoulay Konko – Lazio

The best right-back in a league with very few remaining. With Ignazio Abate being reduced to a silver, Konko stands alone as the top right-back and his attributes are very strong.

16. Raphael Varane – Real Madrid

Maybe aside from Sergio Ramos the best defender in La Liga in my opinion; Varane is quick, a great tackler and very strong in the air, so for his price to have been so low since game release is a bargain.

15. Luiz Gustavo – Wolfsburg

The more popular Bundesliga defensive midfielders (Philipp Lahm, Xabi Alonso) were extremely expensive at the beginning and with Gustavo’s strong attributes he would’ve been the main replacement.

14. Remy Cabella – Newcastle

A very exciting attacking midfielder for those with a little amount of coins from the start of the game; Cabella is pacey, has excellent skill moves and a weak foot and will score numerous goals for your club.

13. Stephan El Shaarawy – AC Milan

Another player who in my opinion is the best in their position for their particular league. Every time I have had a Serie A team, El Shaarawy has featured and his price now is ridiculously cheap.

12. Luke Shaw – Manchester United

For the money United paid, Luke Shaw was always going to be bought at the beginning, maybe by most Manchester United supporters. He was however the strongest starting left back in the Premier League, due to most others being 10,000 coins plus.

11. Loic Remy – Chelsea

Fast, good in the air, an excellent finisher, Loic Remy is everything you would need in a FIFA striker. His pace will be the main reason players buy the card, but his transfer to Chelsea, a big team in the league, has made it more popular.

10. Aaron Ramsey – Arsenal

Without paying the big money you would need to buy Yaya Toure for example, Aaron Ramsey provides one of the better all-round central midfield cards in the Premier League. His price has never been too high and remains around 1-2,000 coins.

9. Tim Howard – Everton

At the beginning of FIFA, Howard was very prominent in Premier League teams due to the prices of the better goalkeepers. He will be also favoured by American fans for obvious reasons and has been surprisingly popular this year.

8. Miranda – Atletico Madrid

Another excellent BBVA defender and there are a lot of them. Miranda had a fantastic season last year and provides a defensive card full of pace, strength and defensive ability. Will have featured in many La Liga and Brazilian squads.

7. Martin Caceres – Juventus

Caceres is the cheaper version of Georgio Chiellini in the Serie A. There are not as many strong defenders remaining in the Italian league and to be fair Caceres isn’t even that good, but he is fast.

6. Eduardo Vargas – QPR

Another new Premier League striker with pace and finishing ability. Vargas had a strong World Cup for Chile, so when he moved to the Premier League for FIFA 15, he was always going to be popular, especially for his constant cheap price.

5. Alexandre Lacazette – Lyon

The best striker in Ligue 1 and the second best French striker on the game behind Karim Benzema. Lacazette is having a wonderful season for Lyon and is chased by a number of teams worldwide. That feeling is similar for Ultimate Team players as he now features regularly.

4. Felipe Santana – Schalke

Last year, Santana was an absolute tank defender. This year, he is not quite as good. Still a strong defender, Santana is now falling down the pecking order in the Bundesliga, but is incredibly cheap.

3. Danny Welbeck – Arsenal

Danny Welbeck was going for around 3,000 coins at the start of the game. A lot for a non-rare card yes, but for his pace, finishing and heading strength, Welbeck was one of the bargains of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team.

2. Nedum Onuoha – QPR

The quickest defender in the Premier League and also one of the strongest. With 83 pace, it is no surprise that a lot of players have bought the QPR centre back and they will not have been let down by his performances.

1. Adrian Ramos – Dortmund

Adrian Ramos was the top scoring player on the goal scorers list and is also the most transferred player on Ultimate Team. No surprise really, if you wanted a striker who scores so many goals, you’d probably go and pick him up as well. Quick, strong and excellent in front of goal, a must buy for those building a Bundesliga squad.

There is no real surprise to see that the majority of the list are from the Barclays Premier League as that is predominantly the most popular league on Ultimate Team, due to the high amount of top quality players in most positions on the field. 

Let’s take a look at which Premier League players are overrated

Recently, we analysed the most underrated players in the game and also we helped you identify the best young players for career mode. We now shift our focus to the top 5 overrated players in FIFA 15. This time these players are ones whose rating was overestimated at the beginning of the season, or their subsequent real life performances in the Premier League have shown a loss of form not worthy of their original rating. To be fair to EA Sports, this year they’ve been rightfully harsh on some players in particular when deciding their overalls, including players such as Lukas Podolski, Ashley Young (both 77) and Glen Johnson (76) whose previous FIFA ratings weren’t punished as they should have been. Nevertheless, there are still some Premier League players that I would like to see downgraded in FIFA 15, or if not now then in FIFA 16.




1Mario Balotelli is a player whose rating you just can’t predict; some days he can be an unstoppable centre forward and others a lazy excuse for a professional footballer, the latter his most common form this season.

He was already downgraded from FIFA 14 by two overall to 82 this year, but his performances for Liverpool have deserved a far greater reduction in rating.

Without a single goal in the Premier League so far this is not good enough for a striker rated at this calibre, with an overall better than the likes of Danny Welbeck (78) and Charlie Austin (74).

Judging by these performances, I wouldn’t be surprised if firstly his rating dropped down below the 80 mark, and then even decreasing to 78, which in my opinion is still a bit too high.





The Colombian is currently the highest rated player in the Premier League on FIFA 15, alongside Robin van Persie at 88 overall.

Falcao has had a tough season with Man. United, on loan from AS Monaco, where his agent has admitted that he’s currently struggling for fitness in the Premier League, which explains his semi-average record of 3 goals in 13 league appearances so far.

The best way to explain why Falcao needs to be downgraded is through the fact that all of Wayne Rooney (86), Sergio Aguero (86) and Diego Costa (85) are rated considerably lower than the 28-year-old flop.

The three mentioned have contributed one shy of 40 league goals together this season, yet they remain inferior in rating to Falcao.

Nevertheless, he’s still a great striker and has proven this in past years with Porto and Atletico Madrid, although right now Falcao is going through a rough patch, one which would see him better rated at 83 on FIFA 15.




3Roberto Soldado is another one of those players who just can’t settle in the Premier League, and this year with the rise of teammate Harry Kane, you could call it his most embarrassing of an already mediocre Tottenham career.

The fact is that he’s currently rated a whopping 13 overall better than the Spurs starlet Kane, and this alone is just criminal.

Soldado just can’t find the goals he desperately needs for Tottenham this season, and the more clear chances he misses and the more Harry Kane improves, it will only go south for the Spaniard.

Personally I think an 81 rating, even without Kane in mind, is too generous judging by the season so far. A downgrade to 77 overall justifies the 28-year-old’s time since moving from Valencia and it will only get worse unless Soldado picks up his act soon.


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11Chelsea’s Ramires has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge since the effective partnership of Nemanja Matic and Cesc Fabregas began this season.

The Brazilian’s faults don’t fall on the same level as the previous players in the list, but his sudden disappearance from the Chelsea team can’t go unnoticed.

His decline is similar to former Blues teammate Michael Essien’s downfall from a Chelsea legend to regular benchwarmer and I can only see the same thing coming for the 27-year-old.

I wouldn’t be surprised if the same route will be taken by Ramires, in terms of leaving the Bridge in the near future, in the meantime however, sitting on the bench isn’t deserving of an 81 rating on FIFA, and this should be decreased by EA Sports.




12Mangala came to the Premier League with high expectations, as Man City fought with some of the world’s best clubs and paid over £30 million for the 23-year-old’s signature last summer.

I had only heard of the Frenchman through FIFA, where on Career Mode he was always one of the players with the most potential, and this led me to believe he would become one of the best defenders in the Premier League this season.

However, he’s failed to settle in Manchester where he’s made countless defensive mistakes and errors. This has ultimately led to a seat on the bench, as Vincent Kompany and Martin Demichelis command the City defence in his place.

There’s still hope for Mangala if he can prove himself in the second half of the season, but who knows if Pelligrini will have any faith in him following his performances so far.

On FIFA 15 he’s rated higher than the man who replaced him at centre-back, Martin Demichelis at just 79 overall, whose been a more consistent and reliable defender than Mangala this year.

With this in mind, whether he’s deserving of his current overall is debatable, and while there’s no doubting of Mangala’s potential, judging by this season a downgrade is the only reasonable option on FIFA 15.

LIVE : FIFA 15 Winter transfers developments


The first batch of FIFA 15 January transfers or Winter transfers have update at the end of January. Now we live it as usualjust as we saw last year. However, EA has surprised everyone by putting the transfers completed so far, into FIFA 15 Ultimate Team as soon as possible. It means that the likes of Wilfried Bony, Fernando Torres and Shaqiri are now live for Man City, Atletico Madrid and Inter respectively. EA has confirmed this on their website, by releasing a handy Google document showing all of the transfers that have been activated in the game so far.

With the transfer window very much alive though, EA will be releasing batch 3 and batch 4 in the coming weeks so stay tuned for that.

We’re surprised that EA has acted so early, as usually they wait until the end of the month to push the transfers through in the game. Perhaps they are expecting tons of changes so didn’t want to waste any time – which is great to see.

One player missing from what we can see is Valdes over to Manchester United – we’re guessing that is the change that is next on EA’s to-do list, but it’s strange that they’ve missed him out.

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New FIFA15 Team Rankings have published

The transfer window is open. All kinds of  form and injuries have had their effects on the title race.You’d expect to be at the top of each league are right it in. The best teams have shown off their high-end talent and displayed consistency through the first half of the season, yet the competitions in England, Spain, and France remain as close as ever. EA updates the team and player ratings in FIFA 15 to reflect real-life performance, and this part of the season is as good as any to see who’s on top. Our top five clubs are listed below, a combination of the current Matchday ratings and opinion on how effective the teams are in-game.

1. Real Madrid 


As is usually the case, the Spanish giants come in on top of the ratings. While Barcelona may have some more highly-rated players, the style Madrid plays and the speed of its attackers are simply very effective in FIFA. The 92-rated Ronaldo is the easiest player with which to beat defenses and score with in the game, and Bale is even faster on the other wing. Combine those two with the talented dribblers and passers in the midfield, and Madrid can cut opponents apart on the counter or pick out passes to unlock defenses. Right back and goalkeeper are arguably week spots, but Casillas still pulls off great saves and Ramos and Pepe are among the most effective combinations around.

2. Barcelona



While they’re not playing amazingly well in real life, Barcelona’s very highly rated team is quite effective in FIFA 15. The absurd attacking trio of Messi (95), Neymar (88) and Suarez (91) cannot be matched, but it can sometimes be difficult to get the team flowing. Playing as Barcelona always seems to make you play like Barcelona, and a high press passing game can be troublesome to pull off. If you instead take advantage of the attackers’ dribbling skills and pace, you’ll likely be able to beat any defense ahead of you. The midfield is highly rated as well, but it’s a bit slower and more pass-focused than Madrid’s–speed kills in FIFA 15, and that’s why Barcelona sits second.

3. Bayern Munich


The German champions are coasting through the Bundesliga right now, and one look at their roster shows why. The team is stacked from back to front, with the world’s best goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (90) backstopping an already dominating squad. Lewandowski can finish any chance, and he’s flanked by tricky speedsters Robben (90) and Ribery (88). Goetze (86) and Muller (86) can rotate into a number of positions as well, completing an absurdly gifted attacking band. With solid defenders and passers in Schweinsteiger and Alonso (or Lahm if he’s not at fullback) supporting them, this is an extremely difficult team to break down, and the attacking threat is always present.

4. Chelsea


Though they’re playing like the second or third best team in the world, the FIFA 15 ratings don’t quite get that form across. This is due in part to Mourinho’s focus on team effort and tactical efficiency, but there are of course some stand out stars. The 89-rated Eden Hazard is in scintillating form, and can easily beat players on the dribble with his speed in FIFA 15. Goal-scoring machine Diego Costa (87) will convert up top, and Fabregas’ (87, which should arguably be higher given his assist record) passing can launch the perfect attack. The very pacey Willian (82) can provide another outlet, and Matic locks the game down in midfield. Come at your opponents with pressure and speed and Cheslsea can score easily. Courtois (86) is very difficult to beat between the sticks, and a strong defense will help protect any lead you earn.

5. Juventus

2222222Though not named in the same breath as the rest of Europe’s elite in the last few years, the current Juventus side is quite good. You might see more PSG or Manchester City playing online, but this team is better in the game on paper. The outrageously talented Pogba is now an 87 and can score, create, and defend in midfield, while Tevez is as effective as ever up top. Perhaps the world’s best all-around player Arturo Vidal (87) will make this side difficult to break down and can help the scoring. If there’s a weakness to this team it’s in its speed, but the same could be argued for City’s midfield and defense. Juventus may not immediately come to mind as a top team, but they’re currently leading Serie A and are rated well in FIFA 15.



This goal could be the greatest of FIFA15

Footage has emerged of potentially the greatest goal that has ever been scored on FIFA.

Vine user Corey Pellatt posted the six second clip of dreams, the sort of set piecemove that most of us could only ever dream of producing.

Playing as Real Madrid, the move starts with a free-kick to the right of the goal taken by Toni Kroos (complete educated guess) – who clips the ball to the edge of the penalty area with a Rabona.

The Madrid man waiting, spots the keeper slightly off his line and produces a scorpion kick from 25 yards that lobs the man between the sticks.

The only stumbling block for us comes in the form of the opposition. Real Madrid are arguably the best side on the game but Mexican side Queretaro is a dodgy choice…

FIFA15’s servers are maintenanced on Jan 21

If you were wondering why FIFA 15 FUT was down today, then in simple terms this outage had been planned thanks to maintenance scheduled for 3 hours today. The problems getting online with FIFA 15, or within the FUT app, would have started at around 11PM PST or 7AM in the UK.

If you still have problems with the FIFA 15 FUT servers after they should be back up and running, then leave a comment below and we’ll try to pinpoint what’s going on. As far as we are aware, everything is scheduled to come back online any moment now.

This seems to be an occurring theme with regards to planned maintenance, as we can see that FIFA 15 servers will be back up in three hours – the same maintenance window which we saw in December last month.

If you still have problems with the FIFA 15 FUT servers after they should be back up and running, then leave a comment below and we’ll try to pinpoint what’s going on. As far as we are aware, everything is scheduled to come back online any moment now.