How to change teams in FIFA 17 Career Mode
The FIFA 17 Career Mode lets you manage your own virtual football club, allowing you to sign players, compete in competitions and progress from season to season. One of the key components of the FIFA 17 career mode is changing teams. Here is how to change teams in FIFA 17 Career Mode:
Step 1: Start a New Career
The first step to changing teams in FIFA 17 Career Mode is to start a new career. This means quitting your current game and starting a new one with a different team. To do this, go to the main menu and select the ‘Start a new career’ option.
Step 2: Pick Your Team
Next you’ll be presented with a list of teams to choose from. You can either pick a team from one of the major leagues, such as the Premier League, or you can browse teams from any of the other leagues available in FIFA 17.
Step 3: Setup Your Career
Once you’ve chosen your team you can start building your career. You’ll need to set up the details of your season, such as the length of your contract, the transfer budget, and any other preferences you may have.
Step 4: Start Your Career
When you’ve finished setting up your career and you’re ready to start playing, select the ‘Start Career’ option. This will start the first season of your career and you’ll be able to start playing with your new team.
Things to Keep in Mind
When you’re changing teams in FIFA 17 Career Mode there are a few things to keep in mind:
- Transfer Budget: When you change teams, you’ll have to keep an eye on your transfer budget. This is allocated by the team you sign for and can impact the quality of players you’re able to sign.
- League Restrictions: Some teams may only be able to compete in certain leagues, so ensure that you check this before starting a new career.
- Objectives: Make sure that you familiarise yourself with the objectives set out by the team. If you fail to meet the objectives you may be replaced by a new manager.