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FIFA 23 Full Ones to Watch Squad & Upgrade Tracker

The full Ones to Watch squad has been revealed and it features a ton of exciting new transfers.

As already revealed by EA Sports, Raheem Sterling, Erling Haaland, Richarlison and Darwin Núñez all feature in the first promo of the FUT 23 cycle.

Ones to Watch items are dynamic items and have a chance to upgrade throughout the course of the football season. If you want to know how OTW items get upgraded in FIFA 23, we already have you covered.

Players who also pre-ordered the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23 will receive a free OTW item so we have included an upgrade tracker.

Make sure to keep checking back to see how close your item is to an upgrade!

FIFA 23 OTW Upgrade Tracker

Here are all the current ratings and confirmed upgrades for every Ones to Watch Player:

PlayerClubNationBase OVRWins to WatchTOTW UpgradeWorld Cup UpgradeCurrent OVRNext Upgrade OVR
Robert LewandowskiBarcelonaPoland91-9394
Sadio ManeBayern MunichSenegal89Yes9293
Erling HaalandMan CityNorway88YesN/A9091
Antonio RüdigerReal MadridGermany87-8889
Raheem SterlingChelseaEngland86-8889
Paulo DybalaRoma FCArgentina86-8889
Matthijs de LigtBayern MunichThe Netherlands85Yes8889
Angel Di MariaJuventusArgentina84-8788
Franck KessieFC BarcelonaIvory Coast84-N/A8687
Gabriel JesusArsenalBrazil83-8687
AntonyManchester UnitedBrazil82-8687
Darwin NúñezLiverpoolUruguay82Yes-8687
Aurélien TchouaméniReal MadridFrance82-8687
Nico SchlotterbeckBorussia DortmundGermany82-8284
Corentin TolissoOlympique LyonnaisFrance81X-8486
RicharlisonTottenham HotspurBrazil81-8687
Renato SanchesPSGPortugal80-8586
Steven BergwijnAjaxThe Netherlands80-8586
Sergio DestAC MilanUSA77-8184
Tyler AdamsLeeds UnitedUSA76X-7681

Erling Haaland and Franck Kessie will not receive a World Cup Upgrade due to their Nations not qualifying for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

If you aren’t fortunate enough to pack an OTW item, you will be able to purchase most of them on the new cross-play transfer market!

FIFA 23 Ones to Watch Items

Packs & Transfer Market

  • Robert Lewandowksi (FC Barcelona & Poland)
  • Erling Haaland (Man City & Norway)
  • Antonio Rüdiger (Real Madrid & Germany)
  • Sadio Mane (Bayern Munich & Senegal)
  • Paulo Dybala (Roma FC & Argentina)
  • Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal & Brazil)
  • Antony (Manchester United & Arsenal)
  • Darwin Núñez (Liverpool & Uruguay)
  • Aurélien Tchouaméni (Real Madrid & France)
  • Nico Schlotterbeck (Borussia Dortmund & Germany)
  • Corentin Tolisso (Olympique Lyonnais & France)
  • Tyler Adams (Leeds United & USA)

Mini Release

  • Renato Sanches (PSG & Portugal)
  • Matthijs de Ligt (Bayern Munich & The Netherlands)
  • Steven Bergwijn (Ajax & The Netherlands)


  • Richarlison (Tottenham & Brazil) – Objective expired at Friday, 7 October at 6pm BST
  • Sergiño Dest (AC Milan & USA) – Objective expires at Monday, 10 October at 6pm BST


  • Ángel Di María (Juventus & Argentina) – SBC expired 30 September at 6pm BST.
  • Franck Kessié (Barcelona & Ivory Coast) – SBC expired 7 October at 6pm BST.
  • Raheem Sterling (Chelsea & England) – SBC expires 13 October at 6pm BST.

You may also want to take your new OTW item onto the pitch in Division Rivals to earn a load of coins and packs! Here are all of the Division Rivals rewards in FIFA 23.

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