Around The World is the fourth and final Squad Building Challenge in the Hybrid Nations section of advanced challenges in FIFA 23.
For completing Around The World, you’ll receive an untradeable Rare Mega Pack which has a coin value of 55,000 and gives you 30 rare gold items.
To get to this point, you’ve hopefully just completed the Six of the Best SBC and the Elite Eight SBC.
Below, I’ll share a working Around The World SBC solution for FIFA 23, along with an explanation of how to complete it and alternative players you can also look to if you need to save cash.
- Exactly 10 nationalities in squad
- Minimum of 8 rare players
- Minimum team rating of 81
- At least 2 chemistry points on every player
- Minimum 24 squad chemistry
With the requirements of the Around the World SBC in FIFA 23, one thing is pretty clear: this is going to be tough.
- GK: Andre Onana (Inter)
- RWB: Hans Hateboer (Atalanta)
- CB: Samuel Umtiti (Lecce)
- CB: Rafael Toloi (Atalanta)
- CB: Berat Djimsiti (Atalanta)
- LWB: Robin Gosens (Inter)
- CM: Maxime Lopez (Sassuolo)
- CM: Matias Vecino (Lazio)
- CAM: Piotr Zielinski (Napoli)
- ST: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Milan)
- ST: Marko Arnautovic (Genoa)
This is a really easy one to complete if you stick with one league like in the solution above.
I decided to go with Serie A but there are a number of leagues that would be suitable in terms of abiding by the rules of the challenge; you primarily need rare players of differing nationalities, and an average squad rating of 81.
La Liga and the Premier League would both also be good options for completing this challenge. As Serie A tends to be a little cheaper than these leagues, I opted to go with it.
If you want to try to be a bit more creative to save a few coins and make the SBC more profitable, you can check out my alternative solution and workaround below.
It is possible to complete this using a hybrid of two leagues, with six players from one league and five players from another league, as long as you have multiple players from the same club within both leagues.
You can see in this example that it has five players from Serie A and six players from La Liga. Within Serie A, three players play for Atalanta.
Please note, I don’t recommend submitting this exact alternative solution as a couple of the cards are unnecessarily expensive. I am simply sharing it for example purposes because it shows you how you can comply with the rules of the challenge by using two separate leagues.
Trying to complete the Around the World SBC also gets a lot messier when trying to complete it with two leagues, so keep things to one league if you wish.
The extra effort to go with an alternative probably isn’t worth the small costs you could potentially save, but if certain players are overpriced then it might be worth looking into.
You should now have completed all of the Hybrid Nations SBCs and you can move onto the first League and Nation Hybrid challenge, The Challenger SBC.