Nashville SC Preliminary FIFA 21 Ratings Revealed

Nashville SC fans have been eagerly awaiting the day when they can play as their favorite club in EA Sports’ FIFA series, one of the most popular games of all time. The full version of the game won’t launch until October 6, 2021, but thanks to a beta version of the release, we got an early look at how Nashville SC stacks up.

Of the default starting group, four players top the list with an overall rating of 73. Abu Danladi has the worst rating from the starting lineup with a 64 overall.

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Here’s how the full squad shapes up:

Hany MukhtarCAM73
Aníbal GodoyCDM73
Dax McCartyCDM73
Walker ZimmermanCB73
Brayan BeckelesRB69
David AccamLM68
Dave RomneyCB68
Dominique BadjiST68
Jimmy MedrandaLB68
Jalil AnibabaCB68
Dan LovitzLB67
Alex MuylRM67
Derrick JonesCDM67
Joe WillisGK66
Eric MillerRB65
Abu DanladiST64
Miguel NazaritCB64
Randall LealRM63
Adrián ZendejasGK62
Daniel RíosST59
Brian AnungaCM57
Alistair JohnstonRM56
Luke HaakensonCAM53
Eliot PaniccoGK53
Tanner DieterichCM51

Jack Maher, Nashville’s first pick in the 2020 SuperDraft, does not appear in the beta version, and Matt LaGrassa, Alan Winn, Taylor Washington and Ken Tribbett are missing as well.

Nashville has an overall rating of two-and-a-half stars, the joint lowest in MLS.

It bears pointing out that as the beta version, player ratings are not final. The beta is largely used to test new gameplay features, and the ratings are somewhat of a placeholder. Still, it’s an interesting glimpse at the early ratings, and we’ll definitely be watching to see the final ratings when the game is released.

The full version of the game will release on October 6. In the meantime, Nashville are back on the actual field this Sunday, taking on FC Dallas for the second time this week. They won their first match club history on Wednesday.

Do you agree with these ratings? Which players do you think FIFA got wrong? Let us know in the comments.

Author: Ben Wrightis the Director of Soccer Content and a Senior MLS Contributor for Broadway Sports covering Nashville SC and the US National Team. Previously Ben was the editor and a founder of Speedway Soccer, where he has covered Nashville SC and their time in USL before journeying to Major League Soccer since 2018. Raised in Louisville, KY Ben grew up playing before a knee injury ended his competitive career. When he is not talking soccer he is probably producing music, drinking coffee or hanging out with his wife and kids. Mastodon

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