The CDM position has a bias towards shorter and mid-weight builds. The maximum attribute totals (both Initial and player Cap) are for the 5’5″ – 5’6″, 150 – 174kg builds.
The difference between the highest and lowest build totals is 49 points at attribute caps. In other words, you will have 49 more attribute points if selecting the 5’5″ – 5’6″, 150 – 174kg build vs the 6’7″, 225 – 253kg build.
Total of Initial Attributes
ATTRIBUTE CATEGORY TOTALS
General trends in Attribute categories are apparent across all positions – such as Pace being highest in smaller, lighter builds – however, the degree to which these apply does differ by position. In addition, each position features different Attribute Max Caps, making it crucial to compare and understand each position’s strengths and limitations.
For the CDM position, the categories with the biggest difference in Attribute points are:
- PACE: 48 (155 vs 107)
- DRIBBLING: 54 (512 vs 458)
- SHOOTING: 45 (625 vs 580)
One noticeable variance for the CDM build is that Height/Weight of the build has very little impact on the Defensive attributes, with a variance of only 22 between max and min builds.
Max Pace Attributes
(Acceleration, Sprint Speed)
Max Physical Attributes
(Aggression, Jumping, Stamina, Strength)
Max Defending Attributes
(Interceptions, Marking, Tackle (Standing), Tackle (Sliding))
Max Passing Attributes
(Crossing, Curve, Passing (Short), Passing (Long), Vision)
Max Dribbling Attributes
(Agility, Balance, Ball Control, Composure, Dribbling, Reactions)
Max Shooting Attributes
(Finishing, FK Accuracy, Shot Power, Long Shots, Heading Accuracy, Penalities, Positioning, Volleys)