How is the Player Score calculated? (PS)?

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The Player Score (PS)

Sorare Player Scores (PS) are calculated based on the real-life performance of players during games. The Sorare Player Score ranges from 0 to 100.

On a player’s page, you will see:

-  A player’s five (5) most recent player scores
- The average player score for the player’s five (5) most recent games
- The average player score for the player’s fifteen (15) most recent games

Please note that average score excludes games when a player did not play (DNP) in a match.

To calculate a Player score we use the following formula: 

Player Score = Decisive Score (DS) + All-Around Score (AAS) [or + zero if AAS is negative]

  • The Decisive Score totals statistics that have a direct impact on a game (e.g. goal, assist, red card)
  • The All-Around Score totals statistics during a game that are less obvious to track but are valuable when evaluating a player's overall performance and impact on a game
  • The maximum Player Score is 100 
  • The minimum Player Score is 0
  • If a player has two games in one week, only one game will be counted for scoring

The Decisive Score: 


Decisive scores track a player's key contributions during a game. Players start at level 0 (35 points for a starter and 25 points for a substitute).

Each positive-impact stat improves the player's scoring level; each negative-impact stat lowers the player score to the previous level.

Levels above 0 result in a guaranteed minimum score regardless of the All-Around Score
Levels below 0 result in a score that can be impacted by a negative All-Around Score

Example: A player with 2 goals, 1 assist, and a red card will end up on level 2 (70 points).

Example: A player who concedes 1 penalty and receives a red card will end up on level -1 (15 points)

The Decisive Score is calculated using the following grid:


All-Around Score

The All-Around Score accounts for secondary stats that are more difficult to track during a live game. We use these statistics because we believe that along with Decisive Scores, offer a more accurate overall evaluation of a player's impact on a game. The AAS is currently calculated using the grid below.

*Please note that Clean Sheet points apply if the player spends at least 60 minutes on the pitch.

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