EA Sports FIFA is a popular video game series that simulates association football. The game has different cover athletes and ambassadors for each edition, featuring some of the best players in the world.

Ronaldinho (5 covers): The Brazilian legend is one of the most skillful and entertaining players ever to grace the game. He was a joy to watch on the pitch and on the screen, with his dazzling dribbling, passing, and shooting. He was also a key member of the 2002 World Cup-winning team and a two-time FIFA World Player of the Year.

Lionel Messi (4 covers): The Argentine maestro is widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, if not the greatest. His incredible ability to create and score goals, his consistency and longevity, and his numerous trophies and awards make him a deserving cover star. He is also the captain and all-time top scorer of Argentina.

Kylian Mbappe (3 covers): The young French star is one of the most exciting and promising talents in world football. He has already won the World Cup, the Ligue 1, and the French Cup, as well as being named the Golden Boy and the Best Young Player. He is also the face of the new generation of FIFA gamers, with his speed, flair, and charisma.

Cristiano Ronaldo (2 covers): The Portuguese phenomenon is another contender for the best player ever, with his phenomenal athleticism, goal-scoring record, and leadership qualities. He has won multiple titles and awards with Manchester United, Real Madrid, Juventus, and Portugal, including five Ballon d’Ors and four Champions League trophies.

Thierry Henry (2 covers): The French striker is one of the greatest forwards in Premier League history, with his elegant style and clinical finishing. He was a key part of Arsenal’s Invincibles team and France’s 1998 World Cup-winning squad. He also won multiple individual honors, including four Golden Boots and two PFA Players’ Player of the Year awards.

David Beckham (1 cover): The English icon is one of the most famous and influential players in football history, with his trademark free-kicks, crosses, and passes. He was a vital member of Manchester United’s treble-winning team in 1999 and England’s Golden Generation in the 2000s. He also played for Real Madrid, LA Galaxy, AC Milan, and PSG, winning titles in four different countries.