Liverpool will enjoy the 2019/20 season as Champions League title-holders, with a sixth European crown sitting proudly amongst the rich silverware in the club’s esteemed trophy cabinet.
Jurgen Klopp’s side battled valiantly to conquer the continent, and as such, FIFA 20 have recognised the Merseysiders’ achievement by gifting a number of key Reds stellar stats for the latest instalment in the video game franchise.
Liverpool, of course, have been given a 5-star rating, such is the world-class talent on show at Anfield, with Klopp’s men consistently working in unison to leave Koppites purring at the fast-paced football on display.
But away from the collective efforts of Liverpool, how does each individual player rate on FIFA 20? Well, read on for Liverpool’s FIFA 20 player ratings and stats in full, as well as some tips.
Squad list is based on players in latest downloadable update at time of publication.
Liverpool’s FIFA 20 ratings: Goalkeepers
Adrian may very well be giving Liverpool fans something to cheer about in recent weeks, but the Reds faithful will no doubt be relieved when Alisson returns between the sticks. The Brazilian has been influential since trading Rome for Merseyside.
Liverpool goalkeeper ratings for FIFA 20: Alisson (89), Adrian (76), Andy Lonergan (65), Caoimhin Kelleher (60).
Liverpool’s FIFA 20 ratings: Defenders
Another key component of Liverpool’s transformation last season was hinged on the progress of, not only Virgil van Dijk – now the highest-rated Premier League centre-back – but also full-back pairing Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson, who collectively provided 29 assists across all competitions in 2018/19.
Player to poach: Ki-Jana Hoever netted his first Liverpool goal against MK Dons on Wednesday night, but if you can sneak the talented 17-year-old away from Klopp’s grasp then you could have your hands on the next Van Dijk, with the Dutchman capable of progressing from a 62-rated defender, to an 85-rated one.
Liverpool defender ratings for FIFA 20: Virgil van Dijk (90), Andrew Robertson (85), Trent Alexander-Arnold (83), Joel Matip (82), Joe Gomez (80), Dejan Lovren (80), Nathaniel Clyne (78), Sepp van den Berg (66), Ki-Jana Hoever (62), Adam Lewis (60), Yasser Larouci (59).
Liverpool’s FIFA 20 ratings: Midfielders
Most of the plaudits have been afforded to Liverpool’s insatiable attacking trident, Van Dijk, Alisson and the aforementioned full-back pairing, but the importance of a harmonious central midfield should not be understated for this current incarnation of the Reds. The likes of Fabinho and Georginio Wijnaldum have proved invaluable in the middle of the pitch, with the former boasting a stellar 85 rating.
Player to poach: Among the rich pool of young talent available to Klopp is midfielder Curtis Jones, another who thrived in the match against MK Dons on Wednesday, and one who could be prised away from Anfield and developed into a competent Premier League player, with the Englishman’s potential taking him from a 61 to an 82.
Liverpool midfielder ratings for FIFA 20: Fabinho (85), Georginio Wijnaldum (84), Jordan Henderson (83), Naby Keita (82), James Milner (81), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (80), Adam Lallana (79), Herbie Kane (67), Pedro Chirivella (66), Curtis Jones (61), Isaac Christe-Davies (59).
Liverpool’s FIFA 20 ratings: Forwards
Liverpool not only boast one of the most lethal attacking frontlines in reality, but also on FIFA 20. Roberto Firmino is the lowest-rated among Klopp’s famous front three and still coming in at a whopping 86.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Salah has joined Van Dijk in the upper echelons of FIFA rankings, breaking the 90-rated ceiling this year.
Player to poach: He is not only highly regarded in real life, but also in the FIFA video game series, with Rhian Brewster capable of jumping 20 rating points from a 64 to an 84 if placed under the management.
Liverpool forwards ratings for FIFA 20: Mohamed Salah (90), Sadio Mane (88), Roberto Firmino (86), Xherdan Shaqiri (82), Divock Origi (78), Rhian Brewster (64), Paul Glatzel (60).