The best FIFA Wingers are where a lot of the magic - and rage - starts to take place. With pacey forwards tricky to contain this year they're as important as ever, and feature several of the highest-rated players in the game altogether this year, too.
Here on this page, we'll be listing FIFA 19's best wingers - which includes the best FIFA LW, the best FIFA RW, and the best LM and RMs, too, ranked in order of their overall rating.
Be sure to take also look at the specifics depending on what you want out of them, beyond the obvious points of Dribbling, Acceleration and Sprint Speed, and think about Crossing and Long Passing if you prefer to hit the big man in the middle, and Long Shots if you're keen on cutting inside and striking from range.
For other stats-based guides, it's worth taking a look at our list of the highest potential FIFA 19 wonderkids, plus we have pages on the best Goalkeepers, best Defenders, the best Midfielders and best Strikers in the game, too.
FIFA 19 best LW - the best Left Wingers in FIFA
Without further ado then, let's dive in!
FIFA 19 best Left Wingers (LW)
|5||Alexis Sanchez||Manchester United||87|
|7||Leroy Sané||Man City||86|
|8||Marco Asensio||Real Madrid||85|
|9||Anthony Martial||Manchester United||83|
FIFA 19 best RW - the best Right Wingers in FIFA
FIFA 19 best Right Wingers (RW)
|4||Iago Aspas||RC Celta||85|
|5||Raheem Sterling||Man City||85|
|6||Riyad Mahrez||Man City||85|
|8||Angel Di María||PSG||84|
|10||Bernardo Silva||Man City||84|
FIFA 19 best LM - the best Left Mids in FIFA
FIFA 19 best Left Mids (LM)
|3||Franck Ribéry||Bayern Munich||85|
|5||Marco Reus||Borussia Dortmund||85|
|7||Heung Min Son||Tottenham Hotspur||84|
|8||Yannick Carrasco||Dalian Yifang||83|
|9||Quincy Promes||Spartak Moscow||83|
|10||Kingsley Coman||Bayern Munich||83|
FIFA 19 best RM - the best Right Mids in FIFA
FIFA 19 best Right Mids (RM)
|1||Arjen Robben||Bayern Munich||85|
|5||Juan Mata||Manchester United||83|
|7||Joaquín Sánchez Rodríguez||Real Betis||82|
|8||Marlos Romero Bonfim||Shakhtar Donetsk||82|
|10||Edin Visca||Medipol Basaksehir||82|
Head back to our main FIFA 19 tips, controls and guide hub for much more on FIFA 19 in one place, including a full FIFA 19 The Journey: Champions walkthrough of objectives, decisions and rewards, lists of all Five Star Skillers, all FIFA 19 FUT Icons in the game, a list of the best FIFA 19 players in the top 100 FIFA player ratings list, plus the best goalkeepers, best defenders, best midfielders, best wingers, and best strikers, and dedicated, in-depth explainers on FIFA 19 Chemistry and Chemistry Styles, too. There's also a list of FIFA 19 potential wonderkids and best young players, how to take set pieces like free kicks and penalties, and finally a list of all FIFA 19 OTW cards, too.
Other things to know about picking the best FIFA Wingers
As we alluded to above, there are a few additional things to bear in mind when choosing your wide players in FIFA 19, with slightly different factors becoming more or less important depending on the mode and formation you're playing.
- For Career Mode, potential is important too - Some players have higher built-in potential for growth than others, and if you're planning on playing at least two seasons of Career Mode then it's going to have a major impact on your squad. It's also a great way to pick up a bargain, too, so if you're keen on finding some youngsters take the time to go over our detailed list of the best FIFA 19 potential wonderkids and young players, whcih includes some of the finest young wide players in the game.
- For Ultimate Team, remember you can use Chemistry Styles - Chemistry Styles, if you didn't know, add up to a whopping 90 points to your player's attributes, spread according to the Style you choose. You can read more on Chemistry in general in our guide to how FIFA Chemistry works, and likewise the best FIFA 19 Chemistry Styles in our detailed guide to those, too.
- Think about your style of play when looking at stats - We mentioned this briefly above, but certain wingers will work better in certain formations and styles. Pace in general is obviously extra-useful if you play a more direct, counter-attacking style, whilst you might want to focus more on Crossing, Short Passing, and even Tackling if you're using more central or reserved LMs and RMs.