FIFA 23 Failed to Submit Challenge, A Better Buildup

In our FIFA 23 Failed to Submit Challenge, A Better Buildup guide, we a re going to give you some ways to fix this issue. Don’t worry, you’re far from the only one encountering the error. In fact, it’s a storied tradition of the FIFA franchise. At least one SBC will mess up at any given moment. Luckily, the fixes are usually the same each time. Let’s dive in.

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fifa 23 failed to submit challenge a better buildup
FIFA 23 Failed to Submit Challenge, A Better Buildup

How to Fix Failed to Submit Challenge in FIFA 23 A Better Buildup

There are several things you can do in order to fix the Failed to Submit Challenge error in FIFA 23 A Better Buildup. Or, indeed, whenever you might encounter it. First off, you have to make sure that your team’s Chemistry stat is not too low or too high. Yes, that can cause this error to appear for some reason. I’m not entirely clear on what the “proper” Chemistry window is; if you know, tell us in the comments below. So, not too many players from the same league, but not too little, either. If that doesn’t help, then you can simply bench a player, then bring him straight back in. Apparently, that also the jostles the error away. I mean, you can keep that player on the bench for a longer while, if you want. However, it’s not necessary.

If neither of those steps help fix the FIFA 23 Failed to Submit Challenge error, then you can try completely removing one of the cards from the squad completely. For example, remove the player that makes your Chemistry too high. Last but not least it’s time for the most “extreme” measure. By that, I mean that you need to turn the app off, fully. Like, completely kill it. Force stop it if you have to. Then, boot it back up and see if the challenge works now. Other than that, well, you can only contact support and hope for the best. If you have any other fixes that you know about and we have it mentioned, leave them in the comments.

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