FIFA 20 Icons - Every Confirmed Icon For FUT 20

FIFA 20 Icons - Every Confirmed Icon For FUT 20

Icons are back for FIFA 20. Here’s who made the cut.

FIFA 20 looks like it is making some welcome changes to the tried and tested FIFA formula. Even though certain features aren’t being altered drastically, some like Icons are at least being given more options to chase after. FIFA 20 has more Icons than any game in the series yet, and has a much deeper variety of world-class players. To help you keep up with all of the Icons that are set to be released in FIFA 20, we’ve put together this FIFA 20 Icons Guide. We’ll keep a constantly updated list of Icons that feature in FIFA 20, and give a little bit of context on how to get them.

Icons List

A whopping 86 Icons have been announced for FIFA 20 so far. To help you keep up, we’ve listed them all below, and will be adding more in as they are announced in the future.

  • Alan Shearer – England
  • Alessandro Del Piero – Italy
  • Alessandro Nesta – Portugal
  • Andrea Pirlo – Italy
  • Andriy Shevchenko – Ukraine
  • Bobby Moore – England
  • Carlos Alberto – Brazil
  • Carlos Puyol – Spain
  • Christian Vieri – Italy
  • Clarence Seedorf – Holland
  • Claude Makélélé – France
  • David Trezeguet – France
  • Deco – Portugal
  • Dennis Bergkamp – Holland
  • Didier Drogba – Côte d’Ivoire
  • Diego Maradona – Argentina
  • Emilio Butragueño – Spain
  • Emmanuel Petit – France
  • Eusébio – Portugal
  • Fernando Hierro – Spain
  • Filippo Inzaghi – Italy
  • Franco Baresi – Italy
  • Frank Lampard – England
  • Frank Rijkaard – Holland
  • Garrincha – Brazil
  • Gary Lineker – England
  • Gennaro Gattuso – Italy
  • George Best – England
  • Gheorghe Hagi – Romania
  • Gianfranco Zola – Italy
  • Gianluca Zambrotta – Italy
  • Henrik Larsson – Sweden
  • Hernán Crespo – Argentina
  • Hidetoshi Nakata – Japan
  • Hristo Stoichkov – Bulgaria
  • Hugo Sánchez – Mexico
  • Ian Rush – Wales
  • Ian Wright – England
  • Jari Litmanen – Finland
  • Javier Zanetti – Argentina
  • Jay-Jay Okocha – Nigeria
  • Jens Lehmann – Germany
  • Johan Cruyff – Holland
  • John Barnes – England
  • Juan Sebastián Verón – Argentina
  • Kaká – Brazil
  • Laurent Blanc – France
  • Lev Yashin – Russia
  • Lothar Matthäus – Germany
  • Luís Figo – Portugal
  • Luis Hernández – Mexico
  • Marc Overmars – Portugal
  • Marcel Desailly – France
  • Marco Van Basten – Holland
  • Michael Ballack – Germany
  • Michael Essien – Ghana
  • Michael Laudrup – Denmark
  • Michael Owen – England
  • Miroslav Klose – Germany
  • Paolo Maldini – Italy
  • Patrick Kluivert – Holland
  • Patrick Vieira – France
  • Paul Scholes – England
  • Pavel Nedvěd – Czech Republic
  • Pelé – Brazil
  • Pep Guardiola – Spain
  • Peter Schmeichel – Denmark
  • Raúl – Spain
  • Rio Ferdinand – England
  • Robert Pires – France
  • Roberto Baggio – Italy
  • Roberto Carlos – Brazil
  • Ronald Koeman – Holland
  • Ronaldinho – Brazil
  • Ronaldo – Brazil
  • Rivaldo – Brazil
  • Roy Keane – Ireland
  • Rui Costa – Portugal
  • Ruud Gullit – Holland
  • Ruud van Nistelrooy – Holland
  • Ryan Giggs – Wales
  • Sócrates – Brazil
  • Sol Campbell – England
  • Steven Gerrard – England
  • Thierry Henry – France
  • Zinedin Zidane – France

What Are Icons?

Icons are a special card type available in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team. They represent the best players from years past, and come in three varieties: Baby, Mid and Prime. Each player will have a version for each, with Baby close to their starting rating, Mid representing the time in their career just before they were in Prime, and Prime representing the very best they performed. You’ll have a chance at getting them by opening FUT Card Packs.

Icons Will Return From Last Year

Generally, each new FIFA entry since FIFA 17 has seen the previous year’s line up of Icons carry over. This looks to also be the case for FIFA 20, though we will be sure to update this page if anything changes. For a look at last year’s lineup, head to our FIFA 19 Icons Guide.

That's everything we have on FIFA 20 Icons. For more on the game why not check out our look at the Best Young Players you can sign.

Jake Green

Senior Guides Writer

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.