Best goalkeepers in FIFA 22

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Here are the best goalkeepers to keep between the posts in FIFA 22

To paraphrase Sir Alex Ferguson, offense wins games, defense wins titles and, in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, goalkeepers need to be invincible. Although in the last game, of course, they just had to be Nick Pope.

After having a good goalkeeper in the FIFA, it's easy to forget about it. They stop everything you think they should stop, and it's probably not their fault when they give in. But you definitely notice a bad goalkeeper: they flap their wings at crosses, fail to protect nearby posts and get hit all the time. Get him out of there!

Fortunately, the FIFA 22 Ultimate Team has a lot of strong options to put between sticks. Take a look at our guide to the best goalkeepers in the FIFA 22 below and you'll find a healthy mix of major leagues and nationalities to suit all selection and chemistry requirements. 

We've also included some icons. They will be expensive for the first few months, but if they do their job well, you may never need to replace them.

Here are the best FIFA 22 goalkeepers: 


  • Ederson (Spain):  The missing piece of the puzzle in his early years, Emerson is a solid choice thanks to his Comes for Crosses and Rushes out of Goal traits.
  • Hugo Lloris (France):  Rarely the highest rated, this World Cup winner is a reliable FIFA 22 goalkeeper with good characteristics and, at best, more approachable. The best mid-range option.
  • Alisson (Spain): One of the most influential goalkeepers in Liverpool's history, winning both the Champions League and the Premier League. He even scored a crucial header last season. And he has a lot of beard.
  • Nick Pope (Inglaterra): Weirdley defeated in the last game, Pope is going to be overpriced in FIFA 22, but his 6'7″ body is great against lobs, and he has the handy Feet Save feature.
  • Martin Dubravka (Slovakia): An underrated goalkeeper and destined for ridicule after an incredible own goal at Euro 2020, Dubravka is a great choice for a starting lineup, even compared to Kasper Schmeichel or Bernd Leno.


  • Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy):  the business of PSG in summer they were so absurd that putting the Euro 2020-winning Italian goalkeeper in a Bosman was a footnote. Fantastic in-game with Rushes out of Goal and Comes for Crosses traits.
  • Keylor Navas (Costa Rica):  Only worth considering if you are playing in Ligue 1 due to ties to your nation, Navas is a solid goalkeeper.
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  • Thibaut Courtois (BĂ©lgica):  The former Chelsea man is ranked lower than Oblak, but his height gives him the edge in facing lobed shots.
  • Jan Oblak (Slovenia):  The Atletico Madrid 6'2″ Slovenian goalscorer is one of the highest-rated goalkeepers in the game with fantastic base stats, although he only has the Comes for Crosses trait.


  • Manuel Neuer (Germany):  â€śManu could play in midfield,” Pep Guardiola once claimed, so naturally he has the traits of Comes for Crosses, Rushes out of Goal and Leadership. The best option in the Bundesliga.
  • Yann Sommer (Switzerland):  Often dismissed as SBC fodder, Sommer is a decent mid-priced option (as is Peter Gulacsi) if you don't want to tie up all your coins in Neuer. So when you get over him, he'll be, uh, good food for SBC.
  • Koen Casteels (Belgium):  If you want someone reliable for your starting lineup, you could do worse than Casteels, who is 1,90'XNUMX" tall and perfectly fit.


  • Samir Handanovic (Slovenia):   There must be something in the water in Slovenia. While fellow countryman Jan Oblak keeps AtlĂ©tico at the top of LaLiga, Samir is warming up to his first Serie A title with Inter. He has no traits but with Donnarumma transferred to PSG he is the best choice.
  • Mike Maignan (França):  Donnarumma's replacement is more than a Danny Aarons meme. Likely receiver of some in-forms this cycle, his links between France and Serie A make him great for hybrid teams.


  • Lev Yashin (Russia):   In life he was the “Black Spider”, but in FIFA he is “The Goalkeeper with the Hat”. His base icon doesn't have a hat, but he has excellent stats and universal icon chemistry.
  • Peter Schmeichel (Denmark): The  icons will be expensive for a few months, but if you take the Great Dane out of an Icon SBC package, hold on to it. He's solid in goal and his chemistry with the icon means he works for any team.

So there you have it, our best goalkeeper recommendations FIFA 22. The men between the sticks keep your games flowing, so don't skimp on costs if you're looking to earn the rewards of Rivals Division and win the Weekend League.

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