FIFA 11 Trophy Guide

FIFA 11 Trophy Guide

FIFA 11 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: n/o  A football/soccer simulation game and the 18th title in the FIFA series. Due to the servers being shut down in January 2013, the online trophies – and therefore, the Platinum – is now Not Obtainable.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
FIFA 11 n/o 45 EA Canada Canada 34 6 4 11 0


FIFA 11, also known as FIFA Soccer 11 in Noth America, is the 2010 installment and the 18th title in EA's FIFA football/soccer series of video games.

The game includes 31 leagues from 24 countries, as well as 39 national teams. New features include Pro Passing in which both the players accuracy with the control pad as well as the player-character's skills determines the accuracy of each pass, a Creation Center in which players can customize their characters in more detail, and a Career Mode which merges the previous Be A Pro and Manager modes. The game also features online multiplayer, of which the servers were shut down on January 11, 2013.

FIFA 11 received positive reviews, with an average score of 89%, and is considered one of the best titles in the series for its improvement in graphics and gameplay, as well as its step closer to realism.

FIFA 11 was released in the Fall of 2010. On January 11th 2013, EA shut down their online servers. The game includes 11 online trophies, which are now no longer available to unlock. As a result, the Platinum for FIFA 11 is now Not Obtainable.

With the servers shut down, the Platinum is Not Obtainable. However, if you still wish to collect those remaining 33 offline trophies, then read on.

From the beginning, there are a few easy trophies you can unlock if you wish to get them out of the way. First, head into the Arena and score five goals for the Back Of The Net trophy. Then play as the goalkeeper, and set the game so your only opponent is also a goalkeeper, to unlock Training Time. Then score a goal, and unlock Once In A Lifetime. Then, in the Edit menu, change a team's stadium and their entrance music to unlock both Home Maker and New Choons respectively. Then, unlock All My Own Work by changing the control settings to manual and beat a one-star team with a five-star team. Finally, head into the in-game store and you'll unlock Anything In Particular.

If you want, you can also knock out Warming The Gloves by making 10 saves as the keeper in the Arena. Then, switch off the goalie assists and play a Kick-Off match to unlock Safe Hands and Perfect Keeping.

Now, we can play some actual football/soccer. We recommend starting a Career Mode with a created player and set him as your goalie. As he builds up his experience, you will eventually get Established Keeper by the end of Season 1, as well as Good Week and Folklore by the end of Season 3. He'll then be offered a Player/Manager Contract, and once accepted, you'll unlock It's In The Blood. Make sure you play the first match after that, and you'll get the Mastermind trophy. From this point on, simulate the games until you get the Great Month trophy.

Once you've finished with the Career Mode, you can create a VP and work on the Virtual Pro and Virtual Club trophies. From this point on, it's a matter of playing 50 matches and working towards the remaining offline trophies.

Unfortunately, this is where things come to an end, since the remaining 11 online trophies cannot be unlocked due to the server closure.

First, here's a set of video Walkthroughs on Gamerfuzion:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by OlympiakosNYC & Savenger:

And a detailed Trophy Guide, by Curse:

Josh Romero has a Trophy Guide here, with some videos:

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by WA Qarnage:

And Zawad Iffikhar has some useful Tips and videos, here:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: