After years of begging players, FIFA 22 is finally getting a Career Mode where you can create and manage your club, complete with your kits, stadiums, and your team.
You can create these clubs in Manager Career mode and use them in any league of the game. The club you create will then remove an existing club from the competition, then be moved to the Rest of the World section. You start the adventure by choosing a name, one of the available nicknames used by the commentators, and a rival club (which will be important in the game’s story).
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You can even create your kits in-game, like the logo and stadium. You can make the kits with three colors and a dozen of patterns, which appear to be mainly from Adidas. The logos are quite simple, with some designs and single colors. Your stadium starts as a small home base, but you can quickly expand and customize it with different colors of seats, patterns on the pitch, and shapes of the net. You can also adjust the music when you enter the field when a goal is scored, and fans sing the song. You can adjust it again before the start of each season.
Your club starts with a team of generated players, which you can also customize. You can choose your team’s Star Rating and the average age of your players – just like the transfer budget you start with to replace anyone you want. Players are adapted to the league you play in, so most players will be English if you play in the Premier League.
You can even choose what the club demands from the team. Focus on youth development, financial stability, and more. The success you need to achieve in the league is partly determined by the Star Rating of your club and the league you play in.