The winger is a critical part of any Pro Clubs team. This position requires accurate offense decisions, great confidence, and a perfect avatar build.
While playing alongside a striker, the winger must have the necessary attributes and skillset to provide decisive assists and score winning goals. Hence, your avatar’s physical traits must offer a noticeable advantage to your team.
Creating a perfect winger can be troublesome, though, especially during the early game, where the available skills for you to allocate will be limited.
This article will discuss the best winger build for FIFA 23 Pro Clubs, listing how to make a meta beginner skillset and keep the quality as you level up.
Winger Physical Attributes
To excel as a winger in Pro Clubs, you must be able to join the offense fast and fit any tactic play as smoothly as possible. Therefore, your first jab into a meta-winger build begins with character customization.
Set your character’s physique to be somewhere between 5’3” and 5’5” in height. Your main goal here is to have a small and light frame, allowing you to pace yourself quickly on the field. So, your weight should stay at the minimum, 99 lbs.
For wingers, the avatar’s stronger foot is crucial. For instance, if you’re playing on the left wing, a stronger right foot should give you better crosses and passing. But a proper left foot should provide you with more finishing shots.
The winger perk customization is highly similar to the one we recommend for strikers. You’ll begin with a single perk slot available and not so many perks to select. A proper beginner-level winger should have the ‘Distance Shooter’ perk first.
This perk will increase your long-shot accuracy while providing your avatar with a 5-star weak foot ability. A good weak foot is vital for a winger since this position needs to provide proper crosses, passes, and finishings from both sides.
As you unlock more perks, I recommend using the ‘Skilled Dribbler’ (unlocked at level 10) instead of the distance shooter since the former provides you with more ball time, granting you more experience. Consequently, you’ll level up faster and earn more skill points to spend.
Once you have three perk slots available, I recommend building this combo:
- Distance Shooter
- Skilled Dribbler
- Active First Touch
This combo will provide you with better opportunities since it focuses on ball control, acceleration, speed, dribbling, and shot accuracy.
A beginner skill set for a winger should mostly go to ‘Pace.’ You’ll want to spend an awful lot on acceleration and some on sprint speed. Then, you can allocate what remains on dribbling and shot power.
The faster your avatar is, the quicker you’ll join the action for scoring or assisting opportunities. This setting will make you level up fast. Then, as you get more skill points, keep prioritizing the attributes above, but throw some points on stamina, ball control, agility, and ‘Passing.’
The primary archetype you’ll want to unlock is the ‘Cheetah.’ But it’s vital that you also pursue these:
This skill set must communicate well with your Pro Clubs team’s striker and CAM, which would ideally be as fast as your avatar.
Following these skill points allocation tips will get you closer to a Neymar Jr. setup.
In Pro Clubs, having good team communication leads you to more victories. So, discuss the formations with your team beforehand and ensure that you’ll play on the wing side you’re better at. Your avatar’s stronger foot should help you decide.
Make sure to always stay ready for an offensive play. Do not waste your avatar’s energy by pursuing the opponent’s ball to defend out of your position.
Instead, having a mate playing an excellent CB build in your team can help. Leave it to them.