Best Basic FUT Goalkeepers in FIFA 23

When you start your Ultimate Team squad, you won’t be able to afford to add an Icon or FUT Heroes. Instead, you’ll have to rely on basic gold cards as your last line of defense. It’s incredibly important to choose someone who doesn’t burn you out in competitive games. Below we’ve rounded up some of the best players to add, giving you options at several price points to consider when building your coin purse.

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The best basic gold goalkeepers in FIFA 23

Before we give you the list, keep in mind that the goalkeeper is often one of the less important positions. If you only have 50,000 coins, you don’t want to spend most of it on a keeper. You are much better off getting one of the cheaper players and spending the money elsewhere. Here are the top players in the position, in rough order of average price:

player name team valuation
Thibault Courtois real Madrid 90
Manuel Neuer Bayern Munich 90
Alison Liverpool 89
Ederson Manchester City 89
Jan Oblak Atlético de Madrid 89
Ter Stegen Barcelona 89
Gianluigi Donnarumma PSG 88
Mike Maignan AC Milan 87

If these players are overly expensive, there are several other options you can look at. These players will net you less than 5,000 coins on average (remember the market can move often) and won’t be a leaky hole in the back of your defense. We prefer larger players when looking at budget options, so most of these players are on the high end of this metric. Here they are, sorted by overall rating:

player name team valuation
Koen Castles Wolfsburg 84
Emiliano Martinez AstonVilla 84
Samir Handanovic Inter Milan 84
Gregor Koebel Borussia Dortmund 83
Alfons Warzenhof West Ham United 81
Lars Unnerstall FC Twente 78 Best Basic FUT Goalkeepers in FIFA 23

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