FIFA 22: Best Attacking Teams

Need goals? We've got ALL of the best attacking teams in FIFA 22.


If you were to break football down into the most simplest of challenges, it would be to score more goals than the opposition. We’ve got all the best attacking teams in FIFA 22.

Bayern München (Attack: 92)

Overall: 84
Best Players: Robert Lewandowski (OVR 92), Manuel Neuer (OVR 90), Joshua Kimmich (OVR 89)


Bayern München are the best attacking team on FIFA 22. The Bavarians are not short of silverware with three Champions League titles, 31 German league titles, and 20 German Cup wins. Although the team is strong across the pitch, their attack is their best asset on FIFA 22.

Last season Bayern scored 99 in 34 games in the Bundesliga and the season prior they broke the 100 mark. 

The attack is lead by Robert Lewandowski who led the top scorer’s chart in the Bundesliga last season with a ludicrous 41 goals. He’s won the golden boot title six out of the last eight seasons. Other double-digit goal scorers for Bayern across all competitions last season include Thomas Müller with 15, Serge Gnabry with 11, and Leroy Sané with 10.

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is the only other recognised striker in the squad who started this season with seven goals from his first eight games.


Paris Saint-Germain (Attack: 89)

Overall: 86
Best Players: Lionel Messi (OVR 93), Neymar Jr. (OVR 91), Kylian Mbappé (OVR 91)

Paris Saint-Germain are nine time French Champions and have scored over 100 goals in a season multiple times.

PSG completed the unthinkable this summer bringing in Lionel Messi to partner Kylian Mbappé and Neymar Jr. to create arguably the best front three in world football and could very easily top this list in the next update. 


Kylian Mbappé led the Parisians in scoring last season with 42 in 47 games. Neymar Jr. struggled with injuries last season but still managed 17 goals in 31 games across all competitions.

Beyond the aforementioned front three, PSG still have world class winger Angel Di María and striker Mauro Icardi to bring on from the bench.

France (Attack: 88)

Overall: 84
Best Players: Kylian Mbappé (OVR 91), N’golo Kanté (OVR 90), Karim Benzema (OVR 89)

World Cup titleholders France have two of their top three goal scorers of all time still active and available for international duty. Oliver Giroud has scored 46 goals in 110 games whilst Antoine Griezmann has 43 goals in 96 games both trailing Thierry Henry who has 51 goals in 123 games.

France’s front three of Karim Benzema, wonderkid Kylian Mbappé and all-around attacker Antoine Griezmann, collectively have 91 goals between them.

Wissam Ben Yedder and Ousmane Dembélé are viable options from the bench. The finishing ability of Ben Yedder and the pace of Dembélé will prove problematic for any defence.

England (Attack: 87)

Overall: 84
Best Players: Harry Kane (OVR 90), Raheem Sterling (OVR 88), Jadon Sancho (OVR 87)

The 2021 Euro’s was the first time England have reached the final of a major international tournament since they won the World Cup in 1966. Gareth Southgate’s men lost a dramatic penalty shootout against Italy at Wembley stadium.

England’s attack is spearheaded by captain and talisman Harry Kane. His 41 goals for his country sits fifth on the all-time scoring list, whilst winger Raheem Sterling is England’s second current highest top goal scorer with 18. 

England are bringing through some exciting young talent to help support the more experienced attack. The likes of Jack Grealish, Phil Foden, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka are all competing for positions in the team.

Argentina (Attack: 87)

Overall: 84
Best Players: Lionel Messi (OVR 93), Angel Di María (OVR 87), Sergio Agüero (OVR 87)

Argentina won their first Copa America this summer since 1993, after beating South American rivals Brazil 1-0. They will be hoping to take this winning form into the 2022 World Cup.

Lionel Messi is Argentina’s top goalscorer with 79, 24 more than anyone else, and at 33-years-old the winger still leads the attack for his country. He is supported by clubmate Angel Di María and centre forward Lautaro Martinez.

From the bench, Argentina can call on Sergio Agüero who has 41 goals for his country and Paulo Dybala who has scored 2 goals in 30 games.

Liverpool (Attack: 86)

Overall: 84
Best Players: Alisson (OVR 89), Virgil van Dijk (OVR 89), Mohamed Salah (OVR 89)

Jurgen Klopp has created a Liverpool side that has a distinctive fast-paced style of play that few have been able to slow down since he took over in 2015. Since then, Liverpool have won the Champions League in 2019 and a Premier League title in 2020.

High pressuring football relies on the whole team pressing and usually leads to lots of goals. In their Champions League winning season, Liverpool had two players who shared the golden boot in Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané.

Salah and Mané are Liverpool’s most dangerous players with centre forward Roberto Firmino playing slightly deeper. Salah has scored 133 in 211 appearances for Liverpool whilst Mané has scored 101 goals in 226 games.

Liverpool’s attacking prowess does dip when considering their options from the bench. Diogo Jota stands out as a replacement winger who is capable of playing anywhere across the front three.

Tottenham Hotspur (Attack: 86)

Overall: 82
Best Players: Harry Kane (OVR 90), Heung Min Son (OVR 89), Hugo Lloris (OVR 87)

Tottenham’s last piece of silverware was back in 2008 when they won the League Cup. Since then they’ve been able to reach the Champions League final but couldn’t get over the final hurdle to claim the trophy.

Spurs rely heavily on talisman striker Harry Kane for goals. The Englishman has scored 224 goals in 334 goals for Spurs and an incredible 41 goals in 64 games for England. His partner in crime, Heung Min Son, is more than a viable second goalscoring option having scored 22 goals in 51 games last season.

Harry Kane is the only senior recognised striker in the Spurs squad with Son stepping in when required. Spurs do have game-changing wingers on the bench with likes of Steven Bergwijn, new signing Bryan Gil, and Giovani Lo Celso making them a potent attacking team.

All the best attacking teams in FIFA 22

TeamAttackMidfieldDefenceOverall
FC Bayern München92858184
Paris Saint-Germain89838586
France88858285
England87838484
Argentina87828184
Liverpool86838584
Tottenham Hotspur86808082
Manchester City85858685
Manchester United85848384
Belgium85838083
FC Barcelona85848083
Chelsea84868183
Borussia Dortmund84818181
RB Leipzig84807980
Germany84858083
Italy84848283
Portugal84838484
Atlético Madrid84838384
Real Madrid84858384
Arsenal83817779
Poland83737477
Spain83848484
Villarreal CF83797980
Inter82818382
Juventus82828483
AS Monaco82777778
Netherlands82828482
Leicester City82817980
Real Sociedad82807880

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Tim M

Tim is an avid football and basketball fan supporting West Ham and Toronto Raptors respectively. He also enjoys playing their digital counterparts FIFA and NBA 2K. When he’s not watching or playing, you’d find him relaxing in front of the tv with his fiancee and a glass of wine.
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