In FIFA 22 Co-op Seasons game mode, anyone can play with a friend online against two other friends anywhere in the world in 2v2 ranked online play. Start from the bottom and make your way to the top of DIV 1, win a League Title and reach greatness together with your friends.
How to Access Co-op Seasons in FIFA 22
Co-op Seasons game mode is available under ONLINE menu in FIFA 22.
How to Play FIFA 22 Co-op Seasons
Enter Co-op Seasons mode, go to New Co-op Seasons, select a friend from your Friends list, then proceed to invite them to play and start your season. Take note that your friend needs to be online at the same time as you to play a match.
Co-op Seasons Divisions
There are five divisions in FIFA 22 Co-op Seasons mode. The lowest division is DIV 5 and the highest is DIV 1. Each division has maximum 10 games to play.
7 thoughts on “FIFA 22 Co-op Seasons”
What happens when u win div 1 in co op season do u go in fut champs ?
Is there any way to play co-op seasons on the same ps4? Me and my buddy are trying to play and we’re both signed in but unable to play.
I have the ps5 …i cannot hear anyone when playing other people…no mic sings or anything..i mainly play seasons..does anyone know why? can you only hear friends?
Anybody down to play co op tag team season.? @cashmoney199323 add me , trying to find new players to play with
Me and my buddy have always played co op season until fifa 22 where it’s almost impossible to find a match. It keeps saying change team or change match making settings. We have it all on any and it still won’t find a match. Is it that there’s not a lot of people playing this or what?
This co-op stuff on division rivals games shouldn’t be in the game because it’s stupid how if one person is better then the other person they can just add there mate to play then it’s a 2v1 that’s just pointless I think EA needs to take this out off division rivals because I’m getting sick
Off playing two people at once it’s just stupid
From Wellington NZ, I play coop seasons in fifa 21 every week with my best mate Jimmy Derek who lives in London England. We couldn’t live further apart, but every Friday for the last 18 months. Covid has made this a highlight for both of our weeks, and against what sometimes feels like an insurmountable lag time we have amassed an astounding 49 seasons with an astonishing record of 320 defeats , 32 eventful draws and a mere 85 victories. Those victories kept us inspired, with one brief sojourn to division 3 we have spent most of our time in division 5 resigning ourselves to playing Paris St Germain or France on seemingly hundreds of occasions. Lillian and his friends have, with their superpowers won more 50/50’s than Roy Race ever did. But we continued from the first fifa until now. We’ve used your platform to maintain our 25 year friendship and we’ve paid for it in cash ,sleep deprivation and a large number of bevvies. So that said we feel we have some insights into the game as it’s played by people like me a 49 year old Englishman living down under. Do some simple things and we will buy your games forever.
Allow us to talk in between games.
Show replays – even if your opponents press to move on
Show replays even when you are beating PSG and they decide that when teams play real football and are being beaten they leave the game and s some sort of sick punishment we get thrown out and have to reload – 16000 miles apart , without seeing that spectacular build up and goal.
Give us the option to replay the same team
Limit the number of teams that can play as Paris or France
Tone down the skills of your marquee players so that it doesn’t become a skills match and get people to play real football
Have a limited skills league where skills are limited, removed or reduced
Put Harry Maguire in the England squad ? Remove Jordan Henderson from the squad – nobody wants him there !
Allow both players to make changes to teams and tactics
Give us a cup competition
But most of all – keep improving the network so that our latency improves.
Do all of this and I’ll buy Fifa 22
Kind regards and happy coding
Iain & old mate Jimmy Derek