What are the Heroes cards in FIFA 22?
They are special cards that celebrate brilliant moments in a player’s career. They have league chemistry determined by the league in which they best developed their soccer facet, so they can get green chemistry, unlike the Icons. They will be special cards that will have high prices, although in this case they will be used to perform league challenges, something that we could not do with the Icon. Thus, the chemistry line can be set to green by having an associated league on each of these special cards.
How many Heroes cards are there?
At the moment, EA has announced a total of 19 players, and it is most likely that as the season progresses they will announce new additions with other players who have remained in the chamber. This is the complete list of all the Heroes players that we can find among the packs.
-  Jurgen Kohler, Germany – Bundesliga (DFC)
-  Ferdinand Morientes, Spain – Santander League (DC)
-  Abedi Pele, Ghana – Ligue One (DC)
-  David Ginola, France – Ligue One (MD)
-  Diego Milito, Argentina – Serie A (DC)
-  Antonio Say natale, Italy – Serie A (DC)
-  Mario Gomez, Germany – Bundesliga (DC)
-  Ivan Cordova, Colombia – Serie A (CF)
-  George Fields, Mexico – Liga BBVA MX (POR)
-  Joe Cole, England – Premier League (ED)
-  Freddie Ljungberg, Sweden – Premier League (MI)
-  Aleksandr Mostovoi, Russia – Santander League (MCO)
-  Jerzy Dudek, Poland – Premier League (POR)
-  Sami Al-jaber, Saudi Arabia – MBS Pro League (DC)
-  Robbie Keane, Ireland – Premier League (DC)
-  Ole gunnar Solskjaer, Norway – Premier League (DC)
-  Tim Cahill, Australia – Premier League (DC)
-  Clint Dempsey, United States – MLS (MCO)
-  Lars Ricken, Germany – Bundesliga (MCO)
As you can see, all the cards have very fun designs, with touches of superheroes and inspired by the many nicknames and adjectives with which these players were known.
Some of the most striking letters could be, for example, that of Fernando Morientes, who could perform quite well as a striker in a LaLiga-based team, or David’s Ginola, that would fit very well in a squad based on the French league with the dreaded PSG trident made up of Neymar, Mbappé and Messi. The letter from Argentine Diego Milito He could also do his thing in a Serie A team, so the options are quite wide, being able to form teams from almost any major league, and complete a squad with one of these top players.
What are the differences with an Icon?
The key difference of the Heroes is that these cards do have the presence of a league, so this quality, added to the nationality, will allow us to obtain green chemistry if we match it with the correct players. In the case of Icons, the famous white cards do not allow you to establish a green chemistry line at any time, unless you pair it with another icon.
The Heroes players do not have the same media or historical power as the Icons, so they have also served to bring those players who marked an era and failed to be a myth, but who also deserve a privileged place among the Ultimate Team cards .
As you can see, their statistics do not exceed 89 points in any of the cases, so we are talking about very important players, but they will always be below the great Prime cards of the Icons, which will always be spectacular players with skills worthy of a higher being. Still, the value of these cards should not be underestimated, as some such as Mostovoi and Ginola are already being highly coveted among players.
How can I get Hero cards?
The Heroes cards will appear as always in the packs that we can buy in the game, although it is most likely that in the occasional week we will have Template Creation Challenges that offer one of these cards as a reward. At the moment, the fastest way to get one is by purchasing it in the transfer market, however, its prices, as expected, are higher than we could expect.
At the date of publication of this article, the prices that are handled in the list of transferable are the following:
-  Jürgen Kohler, Germany (DFC) [185K-200K]
-  Fernando Morientes (DC) [380K-400K]
-  Abedi Pelé (DC) [No disponible]
-  David Ginola (MD) [No disponible]
-  Diego Milito (DC) [290K-380K]
-  Antonio Di Natale (DC) [No disponible]
-  Mario Gomez (DC) [250K-300K]
-  Ivan Cordoba (CFD) [No disponible]
-  Jorge Campos (POR) [65K-90K]
-  Joe Cole (ED) [No disponible]
-  Freddie Ljungberg (MI) [230K-250K]
-  Aleksandr Mostovoi (MCO) [260K-450K]
-  Jerzy Dudek (POR) [120K-125K]
-  Sami Al-Jaber (DC) [120K-135K]
-  Robbie Keane (DC) [No disponible]
-  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (DC) [320K-400K]
-  Tim Cahill (DC) [125K-140K]
-  Clint Dempsey (MCO) [85K-120K]
-  Lars Ricken (MCO) [180K-220K]
It will be a matter of luck (as always) until you can find one of these exclusive cards, so in the case of running into any of them you should be very clear if it has a hole in your lineup or if on the contrary you can sell it to obtain a good sum of money with which to make a more than competitive squad. And it is that in FUT, beyond having the best cards, sometimes the most intelligent strategy is to achieve balanced templates that allow us to perform adequately in the competitions in which we participate. Well, having Messi and Cristiano also helps, but you understand us.