FIFA 22 Season 3: New Objective Cards are here!

The third season in FIFA 22 has started! Besides changes in the Weekend League System you can also earn new Objectives. We show you which players are part of it this time around and if they are worth it.
Season 3 Players
Always nice seeing Players from smaller Leagues getting a huge boost. | © EA Sports / EarlyGame

Ho Ho Ho, is it Christmas already? You could almost think so in FIFA 22, because the content is on fire this week. With Winter Wildcards there is already an awesome event with many playable cards and lots of SBCs... and now the third season in FUT starts.

The revised Weekend League System is launched, we already have a detailed article for you about it. So if for some reason you find yourself grinding in FUT Champions on Christmas Eve, here you go, it's a little different than before. Oh, and a new Reward Pass also means fresh Objective Players. Are they worth the effort?

FIFA 22 Season 3 - Level 15 Objective Players

Let's not waste any time, here are the players who got a tasty upgrade at the start of Season 3 and are available as Objectives:

PlayersClubUpgraded OVR
Option 1Reggie CannonBoavista FC84
Option 2Chris WillockQPR84
Option 3Nathan Raphael Pelae CardosoSJ Earthquakes84

Once again a few players from smaller leagues, which EA likes to push. Advantage: More variety in the game, you don't always see the same teams consisting of Mbappé, Messi and Co. Disadvantage: More difficult to link.

With Nathan (Brazil) and Willock (England) it's alright in terms of their nation, and strong links with some icons should also be possible. Cannon (USA) is a different story, but with his 2* skills, 3* WF and high/high workrates he is not the best choice anyway.

FIFA 22 Season 3 - Level 30 Objective Players

PlayersClubUpgraded OVR
Option 1Fabrício dos Santos MessiasPortimonense SC87
Option 2Alejandro Pozuelo MeleroToronto FC87
Option 3Alan BrownePreston87

Holy moly, Alan Browne is almost in the ominous Goretzka/Gullit club with this card. Only his passing denies him entrance to this elite circle of players. Still, the stats look absolutely fierce, but judge for yourself:

Browne Stats
Green as grass. | © Futbin

The second English Division can be linked somehow if you want to play him as CM at all costs. Maybe he'll be something like a poor man's N'Golo Kante?

In any case, the Special Cards look a lot better than in Season 2 of FIFA 22, so it's more worth it to farm the XP you need. By the way, you can also do this in Squad Battles or friendly matches if you want to avoid the sweating in the other modes.