​It's week number two of FIFA 19's Team of the Season for Europe's major leagues, and this time it's the biggest and best players from the Bundesliga which have been given major upgrades.

There are 20 boosted cards which have been released in packs, surprisingly with Eintracht Frankfurt the team which has more players represented in the squad, while another two are available through Weekly Objectives.

So here's a quick rundown of every player featured in the Bundesliga Team of the Season, excluding players available through Squad Building Challenges, as well as a 90min rating to see if these players are actually value for money upon release.

Kevin Trapp (GK)

Kevin Trapp

If you're desperate to add a Team of the Season goalkeeper to your Bundesliga side, then Eintracht Frankfurt's Kevin Trapp is the way to go.

But at more than double the price of Manuel Neuer - even his Champions League card is 50,000 coins cheaper - you might be better off investing your coins elsewhere.

Price: 145,000

90min Rating: 7/10

Joshua Kimmich (RB)

Joshua Kimmich

There's not an instalment of FIFA that goes by where Joshua Kimmich isn't a must-have super sub for any team. 

Nothing's changed with his Team of the Season card, but with more in-game stats than any other right-back on the game, you need to find a way of getting Kimmich into that starting line-up.

Price: 500,000

90min Rating: 7/10

Marcel Halstenberg (LB)


Soley from a FIFA 19 perspective, Marcel Halstenberg is undoubtedly one of the most unpopular additions to the Team of the Season.

Although his 85 pace isn't what players want at this stage of the game, he's the tallest gold left-back in Ultimate Team and will be perfect to stop those pesky back post headers during the Weekend League.

Price: 165,000

90min Rating: 8/10

Filip Kostić (LWB)

Filip Kostic

If you're desperate for a quicker left-back in your Bundesliga side, then Eintracht Frankfurt wing-back Filip Kostić is way out in front as the quickest full back in Germany's top flight.

Defensively, the Serbia international is on par with the majority of non-rare left backs on the game, but as an attacking player, Kostić could be a fantastic addition.

Price: 208,000

90min Rating: 7/10

Danny Da Costa (RWB)

Danny Da Costa

Although Joshua Kimmich is considered as one of FIFA 19's best all-rounders, Danny Da Costa could be about to take the mantle after his Team of the Season card was released.

They have near identical stats throughout the card - except for shooting - but Da Costa's extra pace and being five inches taller should put him ahead of Kimmich as the Bundesliga's go-to right-back.

Price: 486,000

90min Rating: 8/10

Marco Reus (CAM)

Marco Reus

Well, I guess it's time for next Thursday's Weekend League rewards, because Marco Reus' stunning Team of the Season card is offensively expensive.

Given the number of special cards or Player of the Month releases that he's already had, spending 4,000,000 coins on Reus' Team of the Season card really doesn't seem to be worth it (even if it is one of the best cards which we've seen all year).

Price: 4,003,000

90min Rating: 6/10

Julian Brandt (CAM)

Julian Brandt

If Reus is out of your price range, then maybe Borussia Dortmund's new signing Julian Brandt is the attacking midfielder for you.

Although he doesn't have the ability in front of goal as Reus, Brandt has the same passing and dribbling stats on the face of his card, so at a quarter at the price should be your preferred option for purely creative purposes.

Price: 821,000

90min Rating: 8/10

Kai Havertz (CAM)

Kai Havertz,Lars Bender

After scoring 17 league goals with Bayer Leverkusen this season, a record for a teenager in the Bundesliga, midfielder Kai Havertz has unsurprisingly picked up a massive upgrade in Team of the Season.

Although this release will be a huge "oh for f*** sake" moment for anyone who completed his Player of the Month card, Havertz's new card rivals Reus' as the best out of all the Team of the Season players.

Price: 2,200,000

90min Rating: 7/10

Jadon Sancho (RW)


Jadon Sancho's Future Stars card has been one of the most difficult wingers to come up against throughout FIFA 19, and now the England international could be standing alone as the best card on the entire game on the right wing.

More than 90 in his pace, shooting, passing and dribbling to go along with his 5* skills, Sancho could even be featured in a few Premier League squads throughout the rest of FIFA 19's lifetime.

Price: 2,650,000

90min Rating: 7/10

Robert Lewandowski (ST)

Robert Lewandowski

Although in years gone by the quality of your front line was determined by pace alone, FIFA 19 has seen strikers like Robert Lewandowski become genuine options in attack - especially if you've mastered volleying it fro the edge of the box.

Price: 3,490,000

90min Rating: 6/10

Luka Jović (ST)

Luka Jovic

Built in a similar mould to Lewandowski, Eintracht Frankfurt's Luka Jović could be the perfect budget (at 1.5m coins, I know) option for a Bundesliga attack.

Even for players who don't use Germany's top flight as their main team, move Jović back to a centre-midfield position, give him that perfect link with Filip Kostić and you'll have two fantastic addition for any squad in the game.

Price: 1,500,000

90min Rating: 8/10


Yann Sommer (122,000) - An outstanding acrobatic goalkeeper, but considerably shorter than even a lot of endgame strikers on FIFA 19.

Nico Schulz (259,000) - All the pace that you'll get with Kostić but combined with a player who actually knows how to defend.

Kerem Demirbay (393,000) - Part of the Ruud Gullit gang. Could go under the radar as one of the best cards in the Bundesliga's Team of the Season.

Serge Gnabry (625,000) - It's only taken forever to actually get a Serge Gnabry card in his actual position, but now everyone who was priced out of Arjen Robben's End of Era card has got an option on the right side.

Serge Gnabry

Kevin Kampl (91,000) - Some outstanding stats but there's really nothing to shout about for a Team of the Season.

Timo Werner (1,980,000) - He's quick. Like, really quick.

Max Kruse (272,000) - An upgraded version of Max Kruse's Player of the Month with over 80 pace. 

Axel Witsel (846,000) - Imagine Demirbay's card but for a defensive player. And much taller.

Kevin Volland (235,000) - Wait, Kevin Volland got a Team of the Season? This is why you shouldn't be allowed to vote in these things. 

Borussia Mönchengladbach winger Thorgan Hazard and Werder Bremen midfielder Maximilian Eggestein are available through weekly objectives.

Prices are accurate at the time of writing.