In addition to a Team of the Season Objectives Challenge featuring SC Freiburg midfielder Vincenzo Grifo, EA Sports and the FIFA 22 Team launched a new Flashback Challenge on May 13. This one fits the theme of the Bundesliga TOTS event, as a new 92 OVR flashback item featuring Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule is now obtainable for a limited time. So what do you need to do to acquire Sule? Let’s go over the requirements, plus some tips that might help you along the way.
How to complete the Flashback Sule challenge
To complete this challenge, you need to complete four separate objectives. All of these objectives must be completed in the Live FUT Friendly: Bundesliga Best. Friendlies are online exhibition matches that don’t affect your overall record, but you’ll need to win a few games to complete this challenge.
To find friendlies in FIFA 22, navigate to the Play tab in the FUT hub using RB/R1, then select Friendlies. From there, select Play Online to locate the friendly called Bundesliga Best.
The four objectives are as follows:
- long shot! – Score three goals outside the box in the Live FUT Friendly: Bundesliga Best (rewards are 62 OVR TOTS Swap Token, Gold Pack and 300 XP)
- defensive delivery – Assist four goals using Defenders in Live FUT Friendly: Bundesliga Best (rewards are 75+ OVR Rated Rare Player and 300 XP)
- successful streak – Win four matches in Live FUT Friendly: Bundesliga Best (rewards are Premium Gold Pack and 300 XP)
- german grain – Score using German players in 10 separate matches in Live FUT Friendly: Bundesliga Best (rewards are Electrum Players Pack and 300 XP)
Complete all four and you will receive 92 OVR Sule and 300 XP.
The team requirements for the Live FUT Friendly: Premier Play are as follows:
- Bundesliga players: exactly 11
- Clubs: min. 5
- Countries/Regions: Min. 5
- Players on Loan: Max. one
There is no overall cap for this Friendly, so be prepared to see some highly rated teams.
Unlike the Saka challenge of recent weeks, users are required to have 11 Bundesliga players, rather than the minimum of seven set for friendly requirements. Additionally, users will need to develop a much more diverse unit of players in that starting XI, as five different clubs need to be represented, as well as five countries or regions.
Players such as POTM RB Leipzig striker Christopher Nkunku (France), SC Freiburg midfielder Vincenzo Grifo (Italy), Dortmund striker Erling Haaland (Norway), VfL Wolfsburg goalkeeper Koen Casteels (Belgium) and Bayern midfielder Joshua Kimmich (Germany) are just a few. examples of how to diversify that lineup. But don’t forget about the Germans, as the fourth objective requires users to tag 10 players with German footballers. Bayern midfielders Thomas Muller and Serge Gnabry, Leverkusen midfielder Florian Wirtz and Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus are among some of the available options.
This challenge is scheduled to expire on May 20.