FIFA 21 : How to play with Maradona

Diego Maradona 'The Goat' was unexpectedly gone a few days ago. All of the football fans, as well as Argentinien people, are giving condolences to his death. Despite the death of the legend, FIFA 21 player can play with Diego Maradona.

He has been included in the game in recent years as an Icon player, alongside Pele, Johan Cruyff and Lev Yashin.

After the legend's death, EA Sports paid tribute by giving out a Maradona tifo in FIFA 21, while his Icon card also increased in price on the FIFA Ultimate Team transfer market as people wished to use him in-game.

Even if you cannot afford to buy Maradona in Ultimate Team, there are still ways to play with one of the greatest of all time.

How to get Maradona Icon in FIFA 21

Icons are only available in the FIFA Ultimate Team game mode and are among the game's rarest and most expensive players.

Prices for Maradona Icons on the market range between 2 million and 3m coins.

Most people will not be able to afford these sorts of icons as they are so expensive, but you can try out Maradona by using his loan item or FUT Draft.

Draft mode allows you to use some of the game's best players, including exceptional players like Team of the Year or Team of the Season players and Icons.

If you are lucky, you might be able to draft Maradona and use him in that mode's knockout competition.

How to get Maradona Tifo in FIFA 21

Following Maradona's passing, EA Sports added a new splash screen to FIFA 21 with the heading "Gracias Diego" as well as a touching message to the legendary footballer.

Every FIFA Ultimate Team player was also given a free reward of a Maradona Tifo and Argentina´s home and away kit.

You can get these items by logging into the game on your console or by opening the Web App or Companion App, and they will be added as untradeable items.

To use the Maradona Tifo in the game, go to the Stadium section by holding the right stick upwards on the menu. Navigate to the Crowds section, and you will be able to assign tifos to various sections of your stadium.


Source - Ronan Murphy in