Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

 
 

If you are new to FUT 14 Web App or if you want to find or know something about it, then this guide was made for you.

 
 
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What is FUT 14 Web App for ?

 

The WebApp, also known as FUT Web, is an online extension where we can manage our FUT club. Both names are abbreviations for FIFA Ultimate Team Web App.

The FUT 14 Web App is the central for all FIFA 14 Ultimate Team enthusiastics. You can do almost everything you do on the platform (PS3, XBox or PC). Obviously, playing matches is one of the exceptions.

The big advantage of using the Web App is that it is a faster and more comfortable way to managing one’s club. Most traders use it for searching, selling and buying cards because these actions imply frequent quick visits to the market during the day. Doing it on the console or on the menus of the FIFA PC version would be too slow and not practical.

Here are the main functions of the FUT 14 Web App:

  • Searching, selling and trading cards;
  • Organizing and testing the chemistry of the squads;
  • Sharing your squads with your friends;
  • Buying and opening packs;
  • Checking the Team of the Week;
  • Consulting and interacting with all the cards you have on the club;
  • Consulting the leaderboards.

 

 
 
 

FUT 14 Web App Access

 

FUT 14 Web App is available on all PC’s with an internet connection and with the last version of Flash installed. You access it through THIS URL. To know more about optimized versions for other platforms such as iOS and the Android, click HERE.

To access FUT 14 Web App, you need to be registered on EA/Origin. If you’re not, just type ‘www.ea.com/soccer/fifa‘ on your browser’s address bar and select ‘Join Now’. After the conclusion of the process, as shown on the picture below, you’ll be able to login to FUT 14 Web App.

FUT 13 players who have created a Security Question and Answer on FUT console before August 1, 2013 have the right to early access, before the official release date of the game. FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Web App was launched on September 13th, 2013.

 

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

To access FUT 14 Web App, you should be register
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FUT Web App Main Menu for FIFA 14 Ultimate Team

 

Every time you login to FUT Web App, you’re redirected to the main menu.

The picture below identifies the seven areas of the main menu.

 

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

FUT 14 Web App Main Menu
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  • 1 – Club name, badge and EST date
  • The name of the club is created early on the first access to FIFA Ultimate Team. If you were playing the previous versions, the name will be kept the same unless you have chosen a new one when asked if you wanted to change it. If your case is this last one, the EST date will be resetted.
    The badge is the club item that was made active. You can change it by having the card of the new badge you want and making it active (area 7).
    The EST date is about the date you first played FIFA Ultimate Team. The first players have the right to the founders title.

  • 2 – Number of Coins and FIFA Points
  • Coins are the currency exchange, with value, used on FIFA 14 Ultimate Team. In the beginning of the game you have zero coins. As you earn them you can trade them for cards.
    FIFA Points are used to purchase packs on the store.

  • 3 – Navigation bar
  • The navigation bar allows the access to the FUT Web App menus for FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: squads, store, transfers, my club, leaderboards, unassigned.

  • 4 – News Slider
  • This field is used by EA to inform the players about the news. It is usual to see in this space links for IF squads, such as TOTW and TOTY, Happy Hours announcements or information about upcoming maintances.

  • 5 – Trade Feed
  • This space shows a resume of the player’s trade activity. Each one of the lines tells if you bought, sold or have been outbid by someone.
    The trade feed also indicates another important value: the total number of auctions happening in the moment. This way you can be aware of how full or empty the trade market is and apply the best trade strategy according to it.

  • 6 – Leaderboards resume
  • In a practical way, the four main leaderboards are immediately shown. This subject will be explained later in this article.

  • 7 – Club items changing menu
  • This field shows the active club items. Accessing this menu, you can change the items that are defined as active: stadium, ball, badge, primary kit, secondary kit.

 

 
 
 

Squads Menu

 

The squads menu is the first one of the navigation bar. It allows you to manage everything related to squads.

This menu consists in three sub-menus:

  • Active Squad;
  • Squad Selector;
  • Generations.

 

The image below identifies the ten areas in the active squad sub-menu.

 

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

The active squad menu is the most important one on FUT 14 Web App
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  • 1 – Header
  • This space is usual to all of the menus and includes, besides the navigation bar, the name of the squad, the badge, the EST date, the number of coins and the number of FIFA Points.

  • 2 – Sub-menus
  • The active sub-menus are shown as blue while the others are grey.

  • 3 – Formations and sharing
  • This space allows you to change the current formation of the squad and also share it by URL or directly with twitter and facebook.

  • 4 – Main attributes board
  • When we select a player on area 5, his six basic attributes are shown: pace, shooting, passing, dribbling, defending and heading.

  • 5 – The main squad manager
  • This is the most important space of this sub-menu. You will be able to visualize and change the starting eleven or check their chemistry (green, orange or red according to his adaptation).
    When selecting a player, the following options are shown:
    access the player’s bio (detailed information);
    swap with club;
    remove from squad;
    place on transfer list;
    apply consumable (such as contract, injury, training or fitness);
    or quick sell

 

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

The player’s bio is presented in two different windows: information and attributes


 
Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

When applying an item to a player, the positive effects of the staff are shown


 

  • 6 – Substitutes
  • The substitutes consist in 7 slots for player cards. If you want to move them for the main squad or reserves, you just need to drag them.

  • 7 – Reserves
  • There’s room for 5 player cards on the reserves. This space should be filled with players that you dont intend to start playing with, or even during the match. Injured or suspended players should be between the reserves in order to spend the time needed and come back to normal.

  • 8 – Summary
  • This summary box allows you to change the viewing style of the players’ information that are shown on areas 5, 6, 7 and the manager’s that appears on area 10, that are:
    resume (including positioning);
    player info (nationality, club and league);
    status (contracts, fitness and chemistry);
    and chemistry styles (chemistry style active and stats boosted).

 

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

The information selection can also be done with command

  • 9 – Rating and Chemistry
  • This is the space that gives the best idea on how good your team can be. The rating is given numerically between 0 and 100 but also in stars form, between zero and five. The chemistry, that is essential on our performance, is also measured between 0 and 100 and refers to the connection between the players on the team.

  • 10 – Manager Area
  • In this area the information about the active manager is displayed. When you select him, the following options are accessed:
    trade to another manager;
    remove, send to trade pile;
    apply consumable;
    or quick sell.

The squad selector sub-menu allows you to create up to 15 different squads, the maximum allowed for a club. Even for someone who has only one squad, this menu saves a lot of time every time they want to play with a squad of reserves. Just create one, even with duplicated players, and select it as the active squad, avoiding this way the painful job of dragging player by player.

 

The Generations sub-menu allows you to visualize and share your squad from any version of FIFA Ultimate Team. Will even be able to unite FUT10 players to FUT13 players. Until now, this feature was always disabled.

 

 
 
 

Store Menu

 

The FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Store can also be accessed through FUT 14 Web App, just like on the console. It is possible to buy different packs of cards using coins or FIFA Points.

The image below identifies the two areas of the store menu. On the title page (1), like on all menus, there’s a space for selecting the pack (2) that you intend to buy. To know more about store and packs click HERE.

 

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

The FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Store becomes more attractive during the Happy Hours


 

 
 
 

Transfers Menu

 

The transfers menu is the central one of the navigation bar. It allows you to do all the management related to buying and selling cards.

This menu consists of three sub-menus:
Transfer Market;
Transfer Targets;
Transfer List.

The Transfer Market sub-menu consists of two parts: searching and results.

The images below illustrate the seven areas of this sub-menu:

 

Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

Searching on Auction Search sub-menu view
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Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

Search results on Auction Search sub-menu view
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  • 1 – Header
  • Usual space for all menus.

  • 2 – Sub-menus
  • The active sub-menus are shown as blue while the others are grey.

  • 3 – Searching filters
  • In this space it is possible to configure lots of filters in order to get results of our interest. The main filter is the one that allows you to choose between players, consumables, club items and staff. The secondary filters vary according to the main filter that was chosen.

  • 4 – Results
  • This undermost area of the sub-menu gives the results, orderd by ascending order of time, according to the searching filters introduced.

  • 5 – Selected card
  • This field identifies the card that was selected, which is what the fields 6 and 7 focus on.

  • 6 – Transfer information of the selected card
  • This is the space where you can stay caught up with the auction of a specific card selected on field 4. It shows the remaining time there is until the end of the auction, the starting value, the current bid and the Buy Now price. On the last 25 seconds of the auction, each bid made makes the remaining time back to 25 seconds.
    This field also has four icons that, when correspond to reality, are active and coloured: if the card is on your watch list, if you were outbid, if your bid is the highest and if you selected to make a trade offer.

  • 7 – Selected card actions
  • This is the space where you can interact with the selected card. You can make a bid (introducing directly the value you want to offer), buy immediately the card for the value defined as BIN, propose a transfer offer (since the seller is your friend) or remove the card from your transfer targets list.
    The Transfer targets sub-menu allows you to catch up with the cards that you showed interest in. The same actions there are on the transfer market sub-menu are available on the transfer targets.
     

    If the Transfer Market and Transfer targets sub-menus are used to buy cards, the Transfer List was created so you can manage the cards you intend to sell.

    The image below illustrates the six areas of this sub-menu:

     

    Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

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    • 1 – Header
    • Usual space for all menus.

    • 2 – Sub-menus
    • The active sub-menus are shown as blue while the others are grey.

    • 3 – Available Cards
    • All the cards you sent to the Transfer Market are in this space. If they’re green, you sold them; If they are red, it means that the transfer has expired and there was no bidder.

    • 4 – Selected Card
    • This field identifies the card that was selected, which is what the fields 5 and 6 focus on.

    • 5 – History and Previous Auction
    • This field only pops up when a red card is selected. It informs the player about the bids made on the last auction for this card.

    • 6 – Transfer actions for the selected card
    • This is the space where you can interact with a specific card. You can set the selling details (minimum price, BIN and duration), send it back to the club, place it as active card or make a quick-sell.

     

     
     
     

    Club Menu

     

    The Club Menu allows you to visualize and interact with all your cards.

    It is divided between 4 sub-menus, each related to a different type of cards:

    • players;
    • staff;
    • club items;
    • and consumables.

    The images below illustrate the seven areas of these sub-menus:

     

    Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

    The players sub-menu shows all the player cards of our club
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    Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

    The staff sub-menu shows all the staff cards of our club
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    Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

    The club items sub-menu shows all the club item cards of our club
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    Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

    The consumable sub-menu shows all the consumable cards of our club
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    • 1 – Header
    • Usual space for all menus.

    • 2 – Sub-menus
    • The active sub-menus are shown as blue while the others are grey.

    • 3 – Results
    • This undermost area of the sub-menu gives the results according to the searching filters on field 6. Here you can find the cards that your club owns according to the sub-menu you’re using.

    • 4 – Selected card
    • This field identifies the card that was selected, which is what field 5 focuses on.

    • 5 – Selected card actions
    • This is the space where you can interact with the selected card. You can place it in active squad, send it to transfer market or quick sell it.

    • 6 – Searching filters
    • In this space it is possible to configure several filters in order to get results of your interest.

    • 7 – Active items display
    • This space, available only on the third sub-menu, allows you to visualize the club items you made active.

     

     
     
     

    Leaderboard Menu

     

    The leaderboards menu is an informative menu that intends to give a little more competition to FIFA 14 Ultimate Team.

    You can access the leaderboards on four categories:

    • 3 – Match Earnings
    • The total coins you earned by playing games and tournaments.

    • 4 – Trading
    • The resulting profit of the cards you bought and sold.

    • 5 – Club Value
    • The sum of the values of all the players of a club.

    • 6 – Top Squad
    • The quality of a club according to the chemistry and classification of your strongest squad.

     

    Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

    The Season Ticket subscribers are marked on the Leaderboards
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    This menu has a filtering system that shows you the top 100 leaderboards or just your friends, from all time, the last month or last week. There’s also a comparison button that allows us to compare our club with any other that is selected.

     

     
     
     

    Unassigned cards menu

     

    This menu is a simple access to the cards you acquired but didn’t assign. These cards remain stored in this menu until you figure out what you intend to do with them.

    The image below illustrates the areas of this menu. Its explanation is unnecessary since we already explained the Club Menu.

     

    Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App

    Unassigned Menu general view
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4 thoughts on “Step by Step Tutorial to Know How to Use the FUT 14 Web App”

  1. Hi i’m looking for a little bit of help! I just want to ask how to use the staff cards because i can sell them and auction them but i don’t now how to use them!!

    1. Rodrigo Lopes (Admin)

      Really easy. You just need to store them on your club.
      You can find more about it HERE.
      Regards

    1. Rodrigo Lopes (Admin)

      Just go to your FIFA 14 on your console and check in the top right corner, before the XP Points.
      Regards

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