Get max chemistry in FIFA 16 fast

If you are just starting out on FIFA 16 Ultimate Team, we have a feeling that most of you will currently be wondering how to get max chemistry on FIFA 16.

This is going to be the last step of the FIFA 16 Manager Tasks and completing it will award you with a free FIFA 16 Gold pack – meaning it is well worth your effort.

For those asking how to get chemistry to 100 in FIFA 16, there’s certain criteria that you can use to make the process much easier.


Same Nationality: Firstly, you want to make sure that you have a team from all the same nationality. You can set up a new squad using squad builder so that it doesn’t interfere with your main active squad.

Same club: Once you have done that, having two or more players from the same club and the same nationality will get you even more bonus points to chemistry.

Manager counts too: If your manager is of the same nationality as your players, you’ll get more points for this also while players from the same league gain an increase in chemistry too.

Extra bonus points: That is just the basics though. You can also increase chemistry by having a player who has played 10 or more games for your club and making sure that players are always playing in their correct positions at all times.


You can always check individual chemistry on players by making sure they have the green icon on their card – showing that they are loyal to your club after playing 10 games which will add to overall chemistry.

It may seem a daunting task for those just starting out, but there’s no harm in simply setting up a mock-up squad full of bronze players that cost under 500 coins each from the same nationality and club on the transfer market – use the filters to speed up the process.

Let us know how you get on with this and more importantly if you have any other expert tips to help FIFA 16 beginners with getting 100 chemistry.

We also want to know what you received from the free gold pack by completing all 18 tasks!

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Written by Alan Ng

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