FIFA 16 FUTTIES Cup Tournament – Pink FUT Cards

One of the biggest tournaments in FIFA Ultimate Team history has just been released! The new FIFA 16 FUTTIES Cup tournament is available from 6pm UK, July 29th until 6pm UK, August 5th, 2016. The new cup offers 10 attempts to win a pink Reus, Aubameyang and Konoplyanka FUT cards.

FIFA 16 FUTTIES Tournament

Although the players cannot be traded, if you’d like to use them for your Ultimate Team, it’s definitely worth building a quality squad to give yourself the best chances of winning. Typically the best FIFA players will enter towards the start of the week and on average the lesser skilled players towards the end. Bare this in mind if you’re struggling to win and remember that you only get 10 chances!


  • Exact Player Quality: Gold in the Starting 11 & Subs
  • Exact 5 Star Tean Rating in Starting 11 & Subs

Win Rewards


  • 1st win: Pink Konoplyanka 86 LW – Most traded in FUT 16 (untradeable)
  • 2nd win: Pink Aubameyang 89 ST – Most goals in FUT 16 (untradeable)
  • 3rd win: Pink Reus 91 LM – FIFA 17 Cover Vote Winner (untradeable)
  • Future wins: Mystery Pack
  • Total Attempts: 10


  • 1st win: 25k Gold Players Premium pack
  • Future wins: Premium Coins Pack (minimum: 4,000 coins)


  • Professional


  • 0 Trophies

It’s a shame that the requirements are fairly broad, otherwise some amazing coin making opportunities could have been had. Check out the FIFA 16 FUTTIES winners! What do you think about the latest FIFA 16 FUTTIES Tournament, what squad builder have you entered with?

About David Cotton

David has been a passionate video gamer his entire life and has owned and played most gaming consoles since his early childhood. He has over nine years experience writing about video games and is a well known FIFA Ultimate Team expert and 'FUT Founder'. As well as providing insight on all the latest FIFA Ultimate Team news, David has a history of creating extremely effective in-depth guides on how to make FUT coins. He founded and created UltimateTeamUK in 2011 and has previously worked as the 'Head of FIFA' at the popular esports company, Dexerto.

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