FIFA 23: Neymar Is League 1 POTM August

The Player of the Month cards will be featured in FIFA 23 once again. Here you can see our overview of the Ligue 1 from France: The voting, how you can cast your vote, the nominees and all other information about the next Ligue 1 POTM.

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Ligue 1 POTM in FIFA 23 – you've come to the right place. | © EA Sports / Ligue 1

The overview of the League 1 POTM cards in FIFA 23. In the French elite division, Paris Saint-Germain should have no problems getting another title. But who knows, in the end OSC Lille, AS Monaco or Olympique Lyon can become surprise champions.

Last season, in FIFA 22, Kylian Mbappé was the best POTM star from the Ligue 1. Real Madrid's life insurance won the award twice. Let's see who can enrich the LaLiga FUT Squads this year.

Find out everything you need to know about the Ligue 1 POTMs in FIFA 23!

Ligue 1 POTM: Fans Can Vote

At regular, (almost) monthly intervals, EA publishes a number of players for you to vote from. The winner becomes the FIFA 23 POTM and gets a special card for the Player of the Month – with boosted stats, of course.

Ligue 1 POTM: How To Vote

Voting takes place on a special website for POTM players. Choose one of the candidates and hope that the majority will also choose your favorite. The winner receives a POTM card and will be available as Squad Building Challenge.

However, the winner for August will not be included in FIFA 23. But the election obviously will take place, now that the new Ligue 1 season started.

Ligue 1 POTM August: Neymar

You and the community decide who becomes the POTM SBC. Nice. The candidates consist of three nominees that EA proposes. Logically, the publisher wants to prevent that one player becomes Player of the Month all the time. So don't be surprised if, for example, Kylian Mbappé doesn't appear among the nominees every month – even though he deserved it.

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Neymar is the first League 1 POTM in FIFA 23. | © EA Sports

All Ligue 1 Players of the Month in FIFA 23



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