FIFA’s Ultimate Team mode has proven to be an incredibly popular aspect of the series in the past couple of years. Fans around the world buy additional packs in the hope of securing the very best players in the world to add to their fantasy team.
It’s not just about getting the very best players in the world and throwing them together in a team, though. There’s also the slight issue of your team’s Chemistry that needs to be addressed. Chemistry is essentially how well your team works together and can be influenced by a number of different factors. A team with poor Chemistry will see the players’ attributes take a bit of a hit across the board, whereas a team with good Chemistry will receive attribute boosts.
In order to improve Chemistry in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team, you’ll need to make sure that each of the lines between your players is a green color. In order to improve the color, you’ll need to ensure there’s some sort of link between them. For example, two players from the same team, nationality, and league can all boost Chemistry, whereas two players that have none of these in common may will likely have a red line.
Check out the full list of ways to strike up a good link between your players below:
- Same club
- Same league
- Same nationality
- Playing in the correct position
- Manager matches the league or nationality of the players
- Manager and players have been part of your team for 10 or more game
Formation, therefore, plays a significant role in bolstering your team’s Chemistry. Each formation will provide different positions that your players may suit better. For example, a 4-4-2 won’t have a CAM role, whereas a 4-1-2-1-2 will. Playing around with different formations until you find the right one to suit your team will benefit your Chemistry rating in the long-term.