Gamers around the world are celebrating today's release of FIFA 19 Champions edition.
To help celebrate, we've scoured through the stats to put together the best possible starting XI for each team.
Based on overall rating, and without squeezing too many square pegs into round holes, here is how every side shapes up.
It's an attack-minded setup for Adelaide with Ben Halloran and Craig Goodwin providing the width in a five-man midfield.
The Reds look solid across the park, with interesting potential in attack if you enjoy striking partnerships.
3-5-2: Paul Izzo (67); Jordan Elsey (66), Taylor Regan (63), Michael Jakobsen (68); Ben Halloran (66), Mirko Boland (72), Isaias (72), Vince Lia (63), Craig Goodwin (66); Baba Diawara (68), Ken Ilso (66)
Three fresh faces make the way into John Aloisi's preferred formation in the shape of Stefan Nigro, Tobias Mikkelsen and Adam Taggart.
But it's French winger Eric Bautheac who can add the most class to your attacking raids.
4-2-3-1: Jamie Young (67); Jack Hingert (65), Avram Papadopoulos (68), Luke Devere (68), Stefan Nigro (60); Thomas Kristensen (70), Matt McKay (66); Tobias Mikkelsen (67), Brett Holman (69), Eric Bautheac (74); Adam Taggart (69)
Central Coast Mariners
Ross McCormack is set to add FIFA firepower after signing on for his second stint in Australia.
Tommy Oar's data is not yet available, so keep an eye out for where he fits into Central Coast's best XI.
4-3-3: Ben Kennedy (58); Jake McGing (62), Kalifa Cisse (65), Jonathan Aspro (64), Jack Clisby (62); Tom Hiariej (70), Michael McGlinchey (64), Aiden O'Neill (63); Andrew Hoole (65), Ross McCormack (71), Conor Pain (62)
In Bart Schenkeveld and Bruno Fornaroli, City fans are blessed with two of the competition's best in their respective positions.
Add in the solid trio Rostyn Griffiths, Michael O'Halloran and Dario Vidosic and this side could be the one to bully the opposition.
4-1-4-1: Mark Birighitti (65); Nathaniel Atkinson (64) Bart Schenkeveld (70), Harrison Delbridge (62), Scott Jamieson (67); Rostyn Griffiths (69); Michael O'Halloran (69), Luke Brattan (67), Anthony Caceres/Riley McGree (65), Dario Vidosic (69), Bruno Fornaroli (76)
Though listed as a natural CAM, we've bumped Ola Toivonen further forward to plug the gap left by Besart Berisha.
Lawrence Thomas, the highest-rated Hyundai A-League goalkeeper on the game, provides a solid base from which the likes of Keisuke Honda can shine.
4-2-3-1: Lawrence Thomas (69); Storm Roux (65), Georg Niedermeier (68), Thomas Deng (66), Corey Brown (64); Terry Antonis (68), Carl Valeri (66); Keisuke Honda (78), James Troisi (70), Kosta Barbarouses (70); Ola Toivonen (75)
In the Hunter, it's all about giving Ronald Vargas and Dimitri Petratos licence to pull the strings.
The playmakers are comfortably Newcastle's most impressive in-game players, while Steven Ugarkovic is a quality presence in midfield.
4-3-2-1: Glen Moss (63); Daniel Georgievski (65), Nigel Boogaard (68), Nikolai Topor-Stanley (65), Ivan Vujica (63); Steven Urgakovic (68), Matthew Ridenton (63), Ben Kantarovski (63); Ronald Vargas (71), Dimitri Petratos (71); Roy O’Donovan (66)
Scott Neville has been asked to play on the left side of this Glory back four, but strong stats for Shane Lowry and new signings Ivan Franjic and Tomislav Mrcela should keep the defence stable.
Further afield, Diego Castro's real-life excellence has been mirrored with one of the best ratings among Hyundai A-League players.
4-3-3: Liam Reddy (62); Ivan Franjic (67), Tomislav Mrcela (68), Shane Lowry (68), Scott Neville (64); Neil Kilkenny (68), Juande (66), Brandon Wilson (61); Fabio Ferreira (63), Andy Keogh (69), Diego Castro (75)
It's a matter of fitting four into three for Sydney FC with a quartet of attacking midfielders spoiling gamers for choice for the spots in behind Adam Le Fondre.
Meanwhile, it's a dead heat between Alex Cisak and Andrew Redmayne for the number one shirt.
4-2-3-1: Alex Cisak/Andrew Redmayne (63); Rhyan Grant (68), Alex Wilkinson (71), Jop van der Linden (68), Michael Zullo (68); Josh Brillante (69), Brandon O'Neill (68); Milos Ninkovic (75), Siem de Jong (73), Alex Brosque/Daniel De Silva (67); Adam Le Fondre (68)
A pacy front three of Roy Krishna, Nathan Burns and David Williams should make Wellington a fun team in this year's edition.
Feeding balls from midfield are Mitch Nichols and the exciting Sarpreet Singh.
4-3-3: Filip Kurto (65); Daniel Mullen (62), Steven Taylor (68), Dylan Fox (64), Tom Doyle (63); Mitch Nichols (65), Michal Kopczynski (66), Sarpreet Singh (65); Nathan Burns (65), Roy Krishna (72), David Williams (63)
Western Sydney Wanderers
Much of the Wanderers side picks itself with standouts through the spine in Roly Bonevacia and Oriol Riera.
But will you give new skipper Brendan Hamill the nod ahead of Ruon Tongyik?
4-3-3: Vedran Janjetovic (66); Josh Risdon (71), Patrick Ziegler (69), Ruon Tongyik/Brendan Hamill (63), Raul Llorente (69); Roly Bonevacia (70), Kearyn Baccus (63), Kearyn Baccus (59); Nick Fitzgerald (66), Oriol Riera (73), Bruce Kamau (65)