EA and FIFA have had a longstanding partnership for years, coming together to form some of the most popular sports titles ever made. However, since FIFA has severed its relationship with Electronic Arts, FIFA 23 is expected to be the final game under the branding of “FIFA”. As a result of this being the last game in the series, fans are eagerly awaiting its release.
Even though we’re still months away from the release of FIFA 23, EA has already revealed various details in regard to what we can expect to see. Including some of the new leagues, stadiums and teams.
Below we’ve compiled a list of all the new leagues, stadiums and teams set to be featured in FIFA 23.
FIFA 23: New Leagues, Stadiums and Teams Revealed
Since women’s international and domestic competition will be making its way into FIFA 23 for the first time in the game’s long history, a variety of new leagues have been added to the game.
Here are all of the new leagues that have been revealed thus far:
- FA Women’s Super League (England)
- National Women’s Soccer League (USA)
- Frauen-Bundesliga (Germany)
- Division 1 Féminine (France)
- Vanarama National League (England)
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FIFA 22 featured a number of licensed stadiums, including the iconic Old Trafford, home to storied English side, Manchester United. As well as the largest stadium in the world, Estadio Azteca, which is home to Mexican clubs, Club America and Cruz Azul.
However, the game was also without a few of the most renowned stadiums in soccer. So, here are the new stadiums that have been confirmed for FIFA 23:
- Spotify Camp Nou (FC Barcelona)
- Allianz Arena (FC Bayern)
- Allianz Stadium (Juventus)
- Stadio Olimpico (Rome / Lazio)
- City Ground Stadium (Nottingham Forest)
We’ve already touched previously on some of the new team nations that will be featured in FIFA 23. Although, it also appears that there will be some new clubs to play with in domestic competition as well.
Here are the new teams expected to be featured in FIFA 23:
- Aldershot Town
- Boreham Wood
- Dagenham & Redbridge
- Dorking Wanderers
- Halifax Town
- Maidenhead United
- Maidstone United
- Notts County
- Oldham Athletic
- Scunthorpe United
- Solihull Moors
- Southend United
- Torquay United
- Yeovil Town
- York City
That’s everything you need to know about all of the new leagues, stadiums and teams that have been revealed in FIFA 23. As we await more information on the upcoming sports title, be sure to check out some of our other FIFA content here at Gamer Journalist. Like the FIFA 23 release date and what we know so far or all the best players for FUT in FIFA 23.