The 50 Greatest FIFA Ultimate Team Squad Names Have Been Revealed

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Balotellitubbies, Pique Blinders and Cesc Pistols have been ranked amongst the top 50 best and funniest FIFA Ultimate Team squad names.

EA Sports' online mode has become widely popular with fans since its introduction in FIFA 09, despite fierce criticisms over loot boxes integrated into Ultimate Team.

And fans have spent plenty of time creating fun and creative squad names to use over many, many years.

Goal has now compiled the top 50 best Ultimate Team squad names, with Balotellitubbies coming out on top of the pile.

The witty Pique Blinders finished in second place, while the hilarious Cesc Pistols came in third place in the rankings.

Posted below are Goal's picks for the 50 best and funniest Ultimate Team names in FIFA.

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50. Turkish De Ligt

49. Lahmageddon

48. Sons of Pitches

47. Pjanic At The Isco

46. Going Toulouse

45. Bacuna Matata

44. Not Got A Kalou

43. Boca Seniors

42. Baines on Toast

41. Run The Kewells

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40. Real Sosobad

39. Ctrl Alt De Laet

38. Boom Xhakalaca

37. Ansu FUTi

36. Lord of the Ings

35. Krul and the Gang

34. FC Copenbadly

33. Lads On Toure

32. For Fuchs Sake

31. Tea & Busquets

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30. Salt and Pepe

29. Ninja Skrtels

28. Sheffield Thursday

27. Robben You Blind

26. Game of Stones

25. Delph & Safety

24. CamavingaBoys

23. Show Me Da Mane

22. Dukes of Hazard

21. Enter Shaqiri

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20. Schneiderlin DMs

19. Haaland Security

18. It Is Howedes

17. My Little Bony

16. Nice to Michu

15. Men Behaving Chadli

14. Mean Goals

13. Leave My Arcelona

11. Pepe Pig

10. Borussia Teeth

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9. Blink 1 Eto'o

8. Bayer Neverlosen

7. Part Vole

6. Giroud Sandstorm

5. Tekkerslovakia

4. Reus Krispies

3. Cesc Pistols

2. Pique Blinders

1. Balotellitubbies

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Topics: gaming news, FUT, EA, Electronic Arts, EA Sports, Ultimate Team, FIFA Ultimate Team

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