FIFA 23: Complete Guide to Chemistry Styles

Everything you need to know about Chemistry Styles from what it is, how it works to some of the best styles you can use.

FIFA 23-Chemistry Styles

Chemistry styles have always been an important part of the FIFA Ultimate Team. If you are not familiar with how Chemistry styles work, think of it as the key to taking your ultimate team to the next level.

You will be able to win more games when you have high chemistry among your team members, which will enhance their performance and increase their attribute scores.

The following will be a complete guide to the FIFA 23 chemistry styles. We’ll answer everything you need to know from what it is, how it works, and the types of chemistry styles, to some of the best chemistry styles that you can implement for your players.

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What are Chemistry Styles in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team?

The chemistry style in FIFA 23 ultimate team is the same as it was in FIFA 22 ultimate team. It allows you to boost specific attributes of your players. Often overlooked by new players, chemistry styles can change a player and bring major improvement to your game.

The chemistry styles are not necessarily new to FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT). However, each edition of FIFA has overseen some evolution in how it works.

The basic chemistry styles system was quite simple, where players with similar backgrounds (nation, league, etc) will gain better chemistry points. After years of improvement, chemistry styles in FIFA 23 ultimate team are now determined by a much more intuitive mechanism, including position modifiers, icons, and perfect links between different players.

How the new chemistry styles system will help you in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team:

  • Increasing squad variety by allowing players access to a wider range of player selection
  • More intuitive chemistry styles mechanics will help you build your squad easier
  • Remove common issues found in FUT chemistry styles such as low player attributes due to low chemistry styles

List of FIFA 23 Chemistry Styles

There are a total of 22 different chemistry styles that you can find in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team. As explained above, each chemistry style will improve several attributes of your player depending on each style.

There are a total of 22 different chemistry styles that you can find in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team. As explained above, each chemistry style will improve several attributes of your player depending on each style.

Here is the complete list of chemistry styles in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team:


WallWALDIV: 2, HAN: 2, KIC: 2
ShieldSLDKIC: 2, REF: 2, SPD: 2
CatCATREF: 2, SPD: 2, POS: 2
GloveGLODIV: 2, HAN: 2, POS: 2


SentinelSENDEF: 3, PHY: 3
GuardianGRDDRI: 3, DEF: 3
GladiatorGLASHO: 3, DEF: 3
BackboneBACPAS: 2, DEF: 2, PHY: 2
AnchorANCPAC: 2, DEF: 2, PHY: 2
ShadowSHAPAC: 3, DEF: 3


ArtistArtPAS: 3, DRI: 3
ArchitectARCPAS: 3, PHY: 3
PowerhousePWRSHO: 2, PAS: 2, DRI: 2
MaestroMAEPAC: 2, PAS: 2, DRI: 2
EngineENGPAC: 2, PAS: 2, DRI: 2
CatalystCTAPAC: 3, PAS: 3


SniperSNISHO: 3, DRI: 3
DeadeyeEYESHO: 3, PAS: 3
HawkHWKPAC: 2, SHO: 2, PHY: 2
MarksmanMRKSHO: 2, DRI: 2, PHY: 2
FinisherFINSHO: 3, PHY: 3
HunterHUNPAC: 3, SHO: 3

You can obtain chemistry styles from packs or purchase them directly from the transfer market.

The Best Chemistry Styles in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team

There is no saying which chemistry style is the absolute best in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team. Every player has their favourites according to the set of players they have in their team. With that in mind, several styles do stand out from the rest in their respective position:


Shield (SLD)

The Shield Style in FIFA 23

Shield will increase your goalkeeper’s kick, reflexes, and speed by 2 points each. It is the perfect chemistry style to use to improve your goalkeeper’s ability to cope with intense ball playing at the back.

Glove (GLO)

The Glove Style in FIFA 23

A classic, Glove improves your goalkeeper’s overall ability as a shot-stopper including diving, handling, and positioning.


Sentinel (SEN)

The Sentinel Style in FIFA 23

Improves the physicality and defence of your player by three each, which are arguably two of the most important attributes for a defender to have. Sentinel never fails to strengthen your defence especially if you know how to properly defend in FIFA 23.

Backbone (BAC)

The Backbone Style in FIFA 23

The only defence chemistry style that will boost your player’s passing. The Backbone style is perfect if you like using your centre-back to play off the back.


Powerhouse (PWR)

The Powerhouse Style in FIFA 23

Contributing to the player’s shot, passing, and dribbling, the Powerhouse style is a complete package that will present you with a midfielder that will be able to do it all.

Catalyst (CTA)

The Catalyst Style in FIFA 23

Not as popular as the Powerhouse, the Catalyst will boost your player’s pace and passing by 3, perfect for players whose role is to increase the intensity of your midfield.


Finisher (FIN)

The Finisher Style in FIFA 23

A no-brainer, the Finisher will increase your player’s shot and physicality, arguably 2 of the most important aspect for a striker to have.

Deadeye (EYE)

The Deadeye Style in FIFA 23

Deadeye improves the overall accuracy of your attacker, including shot and passing, suitable for attackers with high pace and physicality but lower finishing skills.


That ends our guide to the FIFA 23 Chemistry styles. Now that you know how chemistry styles can be such a game-changer, go and find the best styles that will fit you and your players!

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