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RYAN GRAVENBERCH - FUTURE STARS FIFA 22 Prices and Rating

Name Ryan Gravenberch
Club club Ajax
Nation nation Netherlands
League league Eredivisie
Skills 4
Weak Foot 4
Intl. Rep 1
Foot Right
Height 190cm | 6'3"
Weight 79
Revision FUT Future Stars
Att. WR Med
Def. WR Med
Origin FutureStars2
R.Face
B.Type Tall & Lean
Age 21 years old
ID 246104
Club ID 245
League ID 10
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Graph First
Stats
IRL
Pace
91
Acceleration
90
Sprint Speed
92
Shooting
86
Positioning
84
Finishing
86
Shot Power
89
Long Shots
91
Volleys
80
Penalties
71
Passing
90
Vision
94
Crossing
87
FK. Accuracy
70
Short Passing
92
Long Passing
91
Curve
85
Dribbling
92
Agility
90
Balance
84
Reactions
82
Ball Control
94
Dribbling
93
Composure
90
Defending
85
Interceptions
92
Heading Accuracy
72
Def. Awareness
88
Standing Tackle
84
Sliding Tackle
75
Physicality
86
Jumping
87
Stamina
96
Strength
90
Aggression
65
Physical
Mental
Skill
Chem. Style
0
Base stats
In game stats
AcceleRATE & Chemistry
Top 3 community voted:
Anchor: 45%
Shadow: 21%
Basic: 13%
ST
87
RW
90
LW
90
CF
89
RF
89
LF
89
CAM
91
CM
91
RM
90
LM
90
CDM
88
CB
84
LB
87
LWB
88
RB
87
RWB
88

Ryan Gravenberch's FUTURE STARS card is rated 92, he is 190cm | 6'3" tall, right-footed Netherlands midfielder (CM) that plays for Ajax in Eredivisie with Med/Med work rates. His average user review rating is 5.0 out of 5 . He has 4-star weak foot and 4-star skill moves, He does have a real face in-game. He has been used in 2,418,984 games with a GPG (goals per game) of 0.141. Ryan Gravenberch has 6 special cards with ratings between 78 and 97. The best chemistry style for him is SHADOW. He was born on 16-05-2002 and he is now 21 years old.

His real-life stats are currently 0 goals and 0 assists in 19 matches in domestic competition. He also received 0 yellow cards and 0 red cards.

His current price on FUT is 0 on PlayStation, 45,000 on Xbox, and 0 on PC.

FUTBIN Player Review

FUT Future Stars Gravenberch Review

It was on to FUT Future Stars Team 2 this past Friday as a new list of the young and talented arrived with some significant upgrades to bolster squads.  There were a lot of intriguing options to choose from, but after the unrelenting hype over the Dortmund superstar Jude Bellingham, I thought it best to look at an eerily similar option in the Ajax wrecking ball Ryan Gravenberch.  In truth, the comparisons between Gravenberch, Bellingham & Tchouaméni are some fascinating viewing and started to shape this review in the later stages of completion.  I realized that these would be the questions in the comments and so I set out to not only bring you my thoughts on the Dutch midfielder… but to offer a response to some of those difficult inquiries, which I will get into later in the review.  But before I could get started there were some decisions to make regarding Gravenberch and his best suited chemistry and position to answer.  In the end, I went for the more traditional and “safe” SHADOW chemistry style to boost the defensive production regardless of position, with the positioning causing more of a headache throughout the review.  It was back to the 4-2-2-2 formation this weekend and in an attempt to look at the complete picture I deployed Gravenberch as both the box to box and stay back midfielder equally across the 15 matches.  Regardless of position it was clear Gravenberch was the epitome of power all weekend long in the following squad:

Starting Formation:


 
In-game Formation:
 


 

Overall

Rating: 9/10
Pace Rating: 9.5/10
Dribbling Rating: 8.5/10
Shooting Rating: 9/10
Passing Rating: 9/10
Physical Rating: 10/10
Defending Rating: 9/10

Difficult to call this one considering a lot of the top performances that Gravenberch strung together during the Weekend League charge.  But I think this rating is more of an “if only” reaction to the different statistics that Gravenberch has at his disposal.  “If only” the shooting statistics were slightly higher to better accommodate the application of the SHADOW chemistry style for defensive purposes.  Or, “if only” the defending statistics were a bit higher so that a HUNTER was viable in that box to box role to chip in with more goals.  Finally, “if only” those work rates weren’t MID | MID and allowed Gravenberch a more adventurous play style.  Minor issues, but these are the fine margins we are dealing with at this point in the cycle.             

Main Statistic - Defending

Defending Rating: 9/10
Physical Rating: 10/10
Height: 190cm | 6’3

There is a lot to like about the way this card goes about protecting the back line in the more defensive stay back role.  The interesting note I made in the early days of this review came in the form of the body type/how Gravenberch appears on the pitch.  The card looks both massive and agile at the same time and truth be told was largely how the Dutch midfielder operated in game.  The boost to 94 STANDING TACKLE & 90 SLIDING TACKLE might as well have been 99 as the card simply destroys everything in sight.  The massive 190cm | 6’3 frame certainly delivers all of the 90 STRENGTH and then some, simultaneously making the 65 AGGRESSION a non-issue.  Overall the only issue comes back to the MED | MED work rates which sometimes left Gravenberch on the back foot.  When engaged the 99 INTERCEPTIONS were flawless and it felt like the big man was everywhere.  The next second it seemed like Gravenberch was slow to get into the press that I like to apply on my opponents' midfield, causing issues in transition.  This slightly carried over to the attacking department as Gravenberch did not contribute much at all when in the stay back role compared to others I have used.           

Main Talking Point - The FUT Future Stars Debate

Gravenberch: 9/10
Bellingham: 10/10
Tchouaméni: 8.5/10

As previously stated, as I sat writing this review I could already see the first comment… “Gravenberch or *insert name of other Future Stars midfielder*?”  I would normally say that I have no clue and let others with experience field those questions but instead, I went to work Sunday night grinding some Division Rivals and FUT Champs Qualification with the latter two Future Stars in my squad.  For about 20 matches I deployed Bellingham and Tchouaméni in my midfield and here was the result.  Bellingham is insane and one of the best cards I have used in FIFA, period.  He is everywhere, dynamic, strong, responsive and the AI decision making is off the charts.  There were so many similarities in body type and movement to Gravenberch, but the increased work rates and generally increased statistics across the board take Bellingham to the next level.  As for Tchouaméni, I almost feel bad for the Frenchman as the card is not poor by any means, but definitely can’t enter a conversation with Gravenberch and Bellingham.  The biggest issue comes in the form of the body type difference and the effect in game.  As defensive midfielder, the noticeably increased size helps from a physical standpoint and an overall impressive defensive display.  But on the ball, he is not in the same hemisphere as the first two and generally proved a one trick pony throughout the mini-review.     

Value/Coins & Good vs. Bad

Value/Coins Rating: 5/5
Good vs Bad Rating: 5/5

760k for Gravenberch is low and generally speaks more to the league and nation of the card than the performances, statistics and attributes.  As I mentioned, he is not at the level of Bellingham… but half the price is not an indication of their difference in game at all.

Similar to the overall rating comments I do wish this card had that little bit extra especially in the dribbling and passing categories.  The card is not clunky, but he is certainly not silky on the ball either.  I would label this card as powerful over elegant and sometimes that touch of class could have come in handy, especially as a box to box option.                                                

Closing Words

Why didn’t I complete Foundations David Neres?  Seriously, I need a DeLorean and some time to go back and get this lad. One, he still causes me issues in opponents squads coming off the bench from time to time.  Two, I could have linked Gravenberch a lot easier than I did and I would consider keeping the Ajax man in more of my squads moving forward. Gravenberch was a fun option and while not the same game dominating performances as Bellingham can produce, he impacted matches positively and for only half the price.  Hopefully, I answered some of the Future Stars comparison questions, and hopefully, you can take this card for a test run and let me know how he performed.  Hoping you are safe and well.  Cheers for reading.
 

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by IVIae, 15-02-2022

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5.0
Really a rock on the midfield
By TheBaggio, 17-02-2022

I tried him because i saw his stats and for the price of 800k it looked like a bargain. Well i can assure you he is. He immediately had a presence on my midfield. He is tall, but feels smooth. His passing is unreal and his interceptions with his long legs are great. Also in attack he scored a few very nice long shots. I used him with anchor and guardian. I prefer the anchor in a B2B cvm roll (4222). Next to Frenkie de Jong CL card my midfield feels great.

Place instructions on him and you will not notice de mid/mid much. His agression is low, but because of his strength i also didnt notice it much.


For this price he is unreal and for me a game changer, i tried several icons, but non of them where even close to the impact of Gravenberch. If he was from a top tier League his price would be double.

Try to link him (i do with 2 icons and de Jong in a 4222). Even on 8 chem he will surprise you.

Pressence on midfield, strong, passing, tackling, shooting, complete midfielder


Sometimes he plays the ball to far from his feet when running.

Maybe the aggression, but this depends on playstyle.

Stamina is sometimes low at 80 minutes, because of his pressence.

Formation: 4222
Position: CDM
Games: 30
GPG: 0.27
APG: 0.53
5.0
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
GC
4.5
Stamina
Pace (9/10)
Shooting (8/10)
Passing (10/10)
Dribbling (9/10)
Defending (8/10)
Physicality (10/10)
5.0
Gravenberch (goated)
By W0lfje, 04-03-2022

Hi Guys here is my review on Ryan Gravenberch. I bought him because i packet prime gullit so i had the money and i am dutch. His stats also looked amazing and i realyy wanted to try him. I first was not sure if i wanted to buy him but later i just bought him for 701k (xbox). When i tried him he was very good as expected, he is very fast but somethimes doesn't really feel like 91 pac, That's because he is very tall. His shooting is solid but not the best, his longshots are good but nothing special and his finishing is amazing. His passing is amazing on long and shorts passes. His dribbling is amazing and that's a very good combination with how tall he is. The defending on the card is 85 which is his lowest stat. Ingame his defending is amazing and he really is a defending god. His physical is also amazing which helps with his defending. Overall he is very good and if you got the mony you should definitely buy him.

He can do everything, attack or defend he can do it. Also many people think the medium/medium is a problem but it is not.

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Formation: 4231
Position: CDM
Games: 85
GPG: 0.27
APG: 0.21
5.0
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
GC
5.0
Stamina
Pace (9/10)
Shooting (8/10)
Passing (10/10)
Dribbling (9/10)
Defending (10/10)
Physicality (10/10)
5.0
Best CDM/CM in the game
By ishowaids, 18-03-2022

I used FB Paqueta and was so disappointed so I picked up this magnificent beast. All games played in Elite 2000+ SR. Where do I start.. this card can do literally everything, sublimely. He's 6'3 and dribbles super smooth and responsive. What I love about this card is that you can just drive forward with him after regaining possession, his skills come off so nice (especially the roulette) because of his height and strength, he protects the ball and feels like he has a forcefield around him. His shooting is also incredible, half my goals with him have been off his WF which feels like a 5*. I use him as a stay back central CDM in 41212 narrow and right CDM in a 4222. He bodies everyone and wins the ball back clean, no ball bouncing back to the opponent with him. The aggression was no issue at all the same goes for the M/M work rates, he is up and down that pitch and always where you need to him to be, whether your on the defence or attack - lasts the whole 90 no problem.

  • Can do everything
  • Physical Presence
  • His skills come off so good because of his height, it's like there's a forcefield around him
  • Feels like an icon

  • Nothing, not even price. Worth every godamn penny and if he was in ligue 1 or prem he would be over double the price
Formation: 41212-2
Position: CDM
Games: 32
GPG: 0.28
APG: 0.28
5.0
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
GC
5.0
Stamina
Pace (10/10)
Shooting (9/10)
Passing (10/10)
Dribbling (9/10)
Defending (10/10)
Physicality (10/10)
5.0
Gravenberch FS
By TukeNukem, 22-04-2022

Gravenberch is very good player for so cheap. I recommend to test him if you have the money and can link him. Win ball almost always, he was good rcm in 41212(2) and good cdm in 4231.

Aggression is bit low but his strength covers it good. His stamina is very good can last the 90minutes easily even as a box to box cm.

Pace, fast enough to make runs if needed

Defending, is very good at the back

Height

Strength, does not lose ball often

Passing, just very good and clean passes

Stamina

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Formation: 41212-2
Position: CM
Games: 51
GPG: 0.25
APG: 0.41
5.0
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
GC
5.0
Stamina
Pace (10/10)
Shooting (8/10)
Passing (10/10)
Dribbling (9/10)
Defending (10/10)
Physicality (10/10)
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