18 Jun 2021 6:48 PM +00:00

FIFA 21 Season 7: Level 15 Player Pick Review

The latest Festival of FUTball release takes centre stage tonight, but we can't forget about Season 7 of Ultimate Team.

A whole new host of objectives have arrived, which means there are 30 new levels to work your way through.

As always, you will have the choice of three special cards when you reach the halfway mark. And here is who you should be looking to select.

Dates & Required XP

The Season 6 rewards will be available until Friday, July 30th.

You will have to earn a total of 27,600 XP in order to take your pick at the three Level 15 rewards.

Who's Available?

So who have EA selected as the Level 15 rewards as we continue our decent towards the end of the FIFA year.

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Edeson Alvarez (89 OVR)

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The first card on offer is Ajax's Mexican holding midfielder, Edson Alvarez.

Defense really is the focus on this card, with 90-rated defending and 92-rated physicality. If you're looking for a box-to-box midfielder then this isn't your man.

3* skills and a 4* weak foot isn't bad. But if we're being honest, this isn't a card that we're going to be grinding for at this late stage of the FIFA year.

Gfinity Rating - 2.5/5

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Marek Hamsik (89 OVR)

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The second pick in Season 7's Level 15 rewards is former Napoli man, Marek Hamsik.

The IFK Goteborg man has a well rounded set of stats, with a 90 OVR in dribbling, passing and physicality contributing towards a combined in-game total stats of 2516.

4* skills and a 5* weak foot make this card for more inticing than Edeson Alvarez, but with an underwhelming league and nation combination, we're not sure many will be keen.

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He's better than Alvarez, but again we won't be rushing to our consoles to go and get him.

Gfinity Rating - 3/5

Sebastian Giovinco (89 OVR)

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The third and final pick is one that is sure to strike a nostalgic chord with old school FIFA fans.

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Former Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco is back with an 89-rated card that is arguably the pick of the lot.

95-rated dribbling, 92-rated pace and 90-rated shooting are the stadnout stats for the attacking midfielder who could comfortably play in a more advanced role too.

He's not amazing, but he's the best of a pretty average bunch.

Gfinity Rating - 4/5