FIFA 22 Draft is a game mode within FUT. Playing it, you can test your team-building skills as you pick the best fit for each position from a five-player draw. Draft a squad and challenge opponents in a series of up to four matches to win rewards for your club.
As a competition mode in FIFA Ultimate Team, FUT Draft mode allows to build a squad for your club from the scratch with a random set of high quality players which you may not already have their cards in your club. Draft mode gives you an opportunity to experience building a high quality squad while you can learn about the team & players chemistry, formation settings and in general, forming a good team in FUT.

Technically, FIFA 22 Draft mode is a test drive for you to see how which players from which leagues and nationality you can go for to form a FUT squad. In FUT Draft mode, you don’t spend coins/points to get player cards – except for the competition entry, this will help you to draft out a team in action and improve your knowledge of how to fit the players in a team, as well as how to improve your gameplay with that team while you are achieving prizes and earning coins.
FUT Draft was released for the first time ever in FIFA 16.
Take your squad to the pitch and challenge your opponents in a four-match series. Compete in single-player or online against opponents across the world. You’ll earn better rewards as you progress. Earn the best rewards by winning four matches in a row.

Step-by-step instructions:

1 From FUT, go to ‘Play’ and choose ‘Online Draft’ or ‘Single Player Draft’.

2 Choose one of five different formations.
The formation you pick will be your default formation throughout the series of matches.

3 Pick your Captain from a set of five superstars.

4 Fill out the rest of your 23-person squad by picking players for each position from a random draw of five players. Once you choose your starting XI, Bench, and Reserves, you can move players around to improve your Chemistry rating.
A FIFA 22 Draft competition series contains four knockout matches to play. You need a win to qualify to the next match, which means a loss will eliminate your team out of the series. The higher you go, the more stronger opponent you will face and the higher you finish in the competition, the bigger the rewards will be.
Yes. This mode is available for single player and online.
Probably because they are free to try new players and new cards.
To start playing Draft mode you first need to choose your formation, pick a captain, build your team and select a manager.
No. Just like it happens with the players, there is a random selection of five formations to pick. Start your FIFA 22 Draft by choosing the one you like most. Choose wisely: the formation you pick will remain as your default formation throughout the series of matches.
No. You can only change the formation after you lose or start over again.
The captain is the first player you need to choose to your FUT Draft squad. Usually, he is the best player on your team. The five-player draw you will have to pick to the other positions are based on this choice.
After selecting your captain, fill out the rest of your 23-man squad by picking players for each position from a random draw of five players. You’ll be faced with interesting team building challenges: do you grab the best highest rated player in that position or focus on maximizing team Chemistry? Try different combinations to see what works best for you. After selecting your starting XI, Bench, and Reserves you can then move players around to improve your Chemistry rating.
No, you don’t. Just look at the bottom of your screen. There is a button to auto-complete your squad.
No. Any FUT player may show up in the draft, including Icons, special and in-forms. With that kind of variety, the FIFA 22 Draft is a great opportunity for all gamers to try some of the best players in the game.
Yes, not just during their current week. For example: TOTY players can show up after TOTY is over.
Yes, but Prime versions are only available in selected times.
No. You are only able to use the players and managers which are given to you by the system in FUT Draft mode.
No. In fact, these players are not yours. There is no market in Draft mode. You pick your squad and you need to keep with them until you have a fresh start.
No. You can use them only while you are winning and at most four matches. Then, you will have to pick a new squad to play FUT Draft. Draft players can only be used in Draft mode. However, you can use the rewards you win in this mode to improve your original FUT squad.
Don’t forget that you are playing Ultimate Team mode. A Manager with the right nationality or league links will help to improve your team’s chemistry.
Your squad will have Team Chemistry and Team Rating which will affect your gameplay on the pitch. Besides that, obviously, the players you have selected don’t play all the same way.
It’s easy. On your FUT mode, go to play’ and then select ‘Online Draft’ or ‘Single Player Draft’.
Every PlayStation, Xbox or PC player who owns a FUT Club is eligible to enter the Draft mode. In order to play, they also need to pay a entry-fee.
This game mode is available everyday since the first day.
If you are playing FIFA 22 Draft Single Player mode, the teams you will be playing against are real clubs from teams controlled by CPU. In FUT Draft Online mode, you will be facing the other FUT Draft mode players who are connected to EA online servers.
Disconnections in Draft mode matches will follow the same DFN rules as other game modes. Be sure to have a good connection because you’ll lose your progress if you get disconnected. You can see here a guide that will help you to improve your connection.
As many times as you pay for the FUT Draft entry.
Yes. You can choose the match difficulty in single-player matches. It will affect the amount of coins received per game but not the winning rewards.
Before entering a Single Player Draft mode competition, you need to choose your game difficulty which will determine your competition prizes, the higher difficulty you choose, the better rewards you will earn at the end of the competition. Your game difficulty selection in Draft Single Player mode cannot be changed throughout the series of matches and it can fluctuate slightly for each match. Below is the list of difficulty selection including its difficulty breakdown information.
Beginner 10% 20% 15%
Amateur 20% 40% 30%
Semi-Pro 40% 50% 50%
Professional 50% 70% 60%
World Class 75% 80% 80%
Legendary 90% 90% 90%
Ultimate 100% 100% 100%
Yes, there is. But it is not in real currency. Every time you play this mode you need to pay 15,000 coins or 300 FIFA Points. It may look a lot but it is not because, even when you lose the first match, you’ll still receive a reward equal to the entrance fee. Alternatively, you can use a FUT Draft token.
You may find a FUT Draft Token in FUT packs, only depending on your luck, and as a Draft reward.
No. Draft Tokens are only to redeem and can not be traded in the Transfer Market.
Once you’re ready, it’s time to take your squad to the pitch and challenge opponents to compete in a four-match series. You can compete in single player or online against opponents across the globe. As you progress, you’ll earn better rewards, including coins, packs, and more. Win four matches in a row to earn the best rewards possible. When you are defeated before the fourth match, you also get a reward but not as big. Each time you win, the potential rewards increase.
Yes. According to Electronic Arts, you get your investment back even if you lose the first match.
The same of when you are knocked out: you claim your prize and then start all over again, building a new squad and going on a new FUT Draft four matches season.
Packs, coins and FUT Draft Token. Usually you get one or more packs that you can use in your original FUT squad. A full list of rewards can be checked here.
You only receive your rewards when you end the campaign.
Yes, they are. You can sell them in the transfer market if you wish.
No. Single player rewards are not affected by the game difficulty. It only affects the coins you receive at the end of each match.