First set of new Ultimate Team Icons revealed for FIFA 20

Ultimate Team on FIFA is continuing to grow, and this year includes the usual crop of new Icon cards, players that are legends of the game from previous years. The first set of new Icons for this year’s upcoming FIFA 20, which includes French midfielder and now manager of Real Madrid FC Zinedine Zidane, ex-Chelsea powerhouse striker Didier Drogba, and Italian playmaker maestro Andrea Pirlo.

The Icons, previously exclusive to the Xbox Brand, then the Playstation but now available across all formats, allow players to use players from yesteryear in their teams in Ultimate Teams. Generally rated at 85 and higher, they have a much lower probability of being received from opening packs, on top of the low probability of receiving higher level cards.

The reveal of this set concluded with Arsenal’s English marvel Ian Wright, Dutch legend and now national team coach Ronald Koeman, and Brazilian World Cup-winning midfielder Carlos Alberto. Their ratings, however, is still under wraps. There is more to be revealed before the game’s launch, and many of the game’s previous icons are confirmed to return. The full list can be seen below.

New ICONs
  • Zinedine Zidane (France)
  • Andrea Pirlo (Italy)
  • Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast)
  • Ian Wright (England)
  • Ronald Koeman (Netherlands)
  • Carlos Alberto (Brazil)
Returning ICONs
  • Roberto Baggio
  • Michael Ballack
  • Franco Baresi
  • Dennis Bergkamp
  • George Best
  • Laurent Blanc
  • Sol Campbell
  • Fabio Cannavaro
  • Carles Puyol
  • Hernán Crespo
  • Johan Cruyff
  • Deco
  • Alessandro Del Piero
  • Raúl
  • Frank Rijkaard
  • Marcel Desailly
  • Emilio Butragueño
  • Eusébio
  • Rio Ferdinand
  • Fernando Hierro
  • Gennaro Gattuso
  • Steven Gerrard
  • Ryan Giggs
  • Ruud Gullit
  • Gheorghe Hagi
  • Thierry Henry
  • Luis Hernández
  • Rivaldo
  • Roberto Carlos
  • Filippo Inzaghi
  • Roy Keane
  • Miroslav Klose
  • Patrick Kluivert
  • Frank Lampard
  • Henrik Larsson
  • Michael Laudrup
  • Jens Lehmann
  • Gary Lineker
  • Jari Litmanen
  • Luís Figo
  • Claude Makélélé
  • Paolo Maldini
  • Ronaldinho
  • Ronaldo Nazário
  • Diego Maradona
  • Lothar Matthäus
  • Bobby Moore
  • Hidetoshi Nakata
  • Pavel Nedvěd
  • Alessandro Nesta
  • Jay-Jay Okocha
  • Marc Overmars
  • Michael Owen
  • Pelé
  • Emmanuel Petit
  • Robert Pirès
  • Rui Costa
  • Peter Schmeichel
  • Paul Scholes
  • Clarence Seedorf
  • Alan Shearer
  • Andriy Shevchenko
  • Sócrates
  • Hristo Stoichkov
  • David Trezeguet
  • Marco van Basten
  • Edwin van der Sar
  • Ruud van Nistelrooy
  • Juan Sebastián Verón
  • Patrick Vieira
  • Christian Vieri
  • Lev Yashin
  • Javier Zanetti
  • Gianfranco Zola