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Full list of FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Legends

The 40 players exclusive to Xbox FUT gold packs.

Earlier today Microsoft and EA Sports announced that people who pre-order Xbox One get FIFA 14 free and that the Xbox versions would also see exclusive "Legends" in Ultimate Team gold packs - famous players of the past whose stats in-game would capture the peak of their form.

Following EA's Gamescom conference this afternoon, the FIFA team released an image showing all 40 of the legends who will be released into gold packs, which you can see below, followed by a plain text list in alphabetical order.

  • Andrej Shevchenko
  • Christian Vieri
  • David Seaman
  • Davor Suker
  • Dennis Bergkamp
  • Edwin van der Sar
  • Fabio Cannavaro
  • Fernando Hierro
  • Filippo Inzaghi
  • Frank De Boer
  • Frank Rijkaard
  • Freddie Ljungberg
  • Gary Lineker
  • Gary Neville
  • George Weah
  • Gheorghe Hagi
  • Gianfranco Zola
  • Henrik Larsson
  • Hernan Crespo
  • Jens Lehmann
  • Lothar Matthaus
  • Marcel Desailly
  • Marco van Basten
  • Michael Owen
  • Oliver Bierhoff
  • Pauleta
  • Paulo Futre
  • Paulo Maldini
  • Patrick Kluivert
  • Patrick Vieira
  • Pele
  • Robbie Fowler
  • Rui Costa
  • Ruud Gullit
  • Ruud van Nistelrooy
  • Sol Campbell
  • Stefan Effenberg
  • Teddy Sheringham

EA has said that legendary players will be inserted into packs for both systems when Xbox One goes on sale in November. They will be released gradually - potentially in a similar way to Team of the Week in-form players, although that's just my speculation.

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