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Birmingham City EA Sports FC 24 Ratings: Full squad ‘leaked’ including Miyoshi, Sunjić & Bielik - gallery

Birmingham City’s player ratings for the latest EA Sports FC 24 game have been leaked online ahead of its release later this month.

Birmingham City’s EA Sports FC 24 player ratings have apparently been leaked, and it’s safe to say that some have been harshly rated.

FIFA is no more, as the iconic EA Sports game ended their association with the governing body, and it has now rebranded to FC 24. It is the first time in 30-years that the name of the game has changed, but fear not as you’ll be able to play as Birmingham City. The correct home, away and goalkeepers will be on there but unfortunately there is no St Andrews.

A big topic of debate amongst those who religiously play the game is the player ratings, and Blues fans themselves will be able to debate whether the ratings are fair or not. The ratings are usually based off of their performances throughout the previous season, but can also be impacted by whether they make a move to a different club.

John Eustace and Birmingham were busy in the transfer market, and recruited up to 12 new players for the first-team. Oliver Burke and Cody Drameh both joined on deadline day from Werder Bremen and Leeds United respectively whilst there were six signings that involved a transfer fee.

Blues have no gold card-rated players, which is given to anyone with an overall of 75 or higher. It is a shock given the obvious ability of the players in the squad such as Lukas Jutkiewicz and Koji Miyoshi who have had a stellar start to the season.

Below are all the players that are registered with Birmingham City’s first-team, and their specific ratings. Flick through the pages to see who was given what rating, with our article beginning with the lowest rated and finishing with those who are ranked the best. The ratings also include the difference from what they had been given in FIFA 23.

*Please note that the official ratings are yet to be confirmed, and will be published by EA Sports when the EA FC 24 companion app for Ultimate Team launches later this month. Ratings are provided by the FUTScores Database.

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