FIFA 20 Pro League SBC Returns After Requirement Issues

The Belgian Pro League SBC is back in FIFA 20 after some changes were made.
The Belgian Pro League SBC is back in FIFA 20 after some changes were made. | Photo by EA Sports

FIFA 20 Pro League SBC returned after it was taken down because of an issue with one of the segments, according to a Twitter post from the FIFA Direct Communication account.

The issue was first announced in a Twitter post from May 12. The Oostende segment of the League SBC required cards that were not available in packs, making it impossible to complete. FIFA Direct Communication also announced that players who had completed part of the Pro League SBC would have their progress saved, even though the SBC was out of the game for eight days.

FIFA 20 Pro League SBC Returns

EA Sports re-released the SBC at around 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday after changes were made to the Oostende segment. EA also announced that all players affected by the changes have been contacted directly.

Here is the new way to complete the Oostende segment of the FIFA 20 Belgian Pro League SBC:

  • Exactly 11 Players from KV Oostende
  • Min. Team Rating: 67
  • Min. Team Chemistry: 95
  • REWARD: Prime Silver Players Pack

It now costs about 14,000 coins to complete the Oostende segment and about 100,000 coins to complete the entire SBC, according to FUTBIN.

Players who complete all 16 segments of the SBC will receive an upgraded player pick of 89-rated Francis Amuzu or 89-rated David Okereke. While both of these cards are great, the 100,000 coins it will cost to complete the whole SBC might not be worth it, especially because they are difficult to link for chemistry.