EA Sports FC 24 will signal the start of a brand new era for football gaming when EA's brand new title arrives later this year.
The game has received little hype so far, with official information not set to arrive until mid-July.
However, the rumour mill has already started turning, with the prospect of new leagues and competitions enticing avid fans.
With that in mind, let's take a look at all the confirmed leagues that are set to be included in EA Sports FC, as well as any brand-new competitions that could be added.
EA Sports FC 24 Leagues
Right now, EA Sports FC has not received any official information. With the game still in a quiet period, we can only guess what leagues will be arriving thanks to the knowledge obtained through FIFA 23.
As of now, there has been no suggestion that EA has lost any of their licenses - other than national teams - in their split with FIFA.
So, you can expect the following leagues to be available in EA Sports FC 24:
- Argentina - Liga Profesional De Futbol
- Australia - Isuzu UTE A League
- Austria - O. Bundesliga
- Belgium - 1A Pro League
- China - CSL
- Denmark - 3F Superliga
- England - Premier League, EFL Championship, EFL League One, EFL League Two, Barclays Women's Super League
- France - Ligue 1 Uber Eats, Ligue 2 BKT, D1 Arkema
- Germany - Bundesliga, Bundesliga 2, 3. Liga
- India - Hero ISL
- Italy - Serie A TIM, Serie BKT
- Korea Republic - K League 1
- Netherlands - Eredivisie
- Norway - Eliteserien
- Poland - Pro Ekstraklasa
- Portugal - Liga Portugal
- Republic of Ireland - SSE Airtricity Premier Division
- Romania - Superliga
- Saudi Arabia - MBS Pro League
- Scotland - Cinch Premiership
- Spain - LaLiga Santander, LaLiga Smartbank
- Sweden - Allsvenskan
- Switzerland - Credit Suisse Super League
- Turkey - Super Lig
- USA/Canada - MLS
Last year, Chelsea's Sam Kerr made history as the first female player to feature on a global FIFA cover.
Kerr was pictured next to Kylian Mbappe on the cover of the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23, as you can see below.
Women's club football arrived for the first time in FIFA 23, with the WSL and Div 1 Arkema featuring in this year's game.
EA previously provided the following statement:
"Play as women’s club teams for the first time in EA SPORTS FIFA history as the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and Division 1 Arkema come to FIFA 23 at launch. Plus, enjoy dedicated HyperMotion2 capture that powers the women’s game to make female players move authentically in FIFA 23. Gameplay - A new risk versus reward shooting mechanic, refreshed free kicks, penalties and corners, and more realistic physics bring the variety of football to The World's Game."
The top women's divisions from the English and French leagues featured in FIFA 23 and EA has now added another to the list.
As Tom Henderson reported for Insider Gaming, the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) is set to be added to FIFA 23, which we assume will carry over to EA Sports FC 24.
The National Women's Soccer League is the United States' top-flight women's soccer league.
According to Insider Gaming, the NWSL could be added to FIFA 23 as early as Tuesday, 14 March 2023.
La Liga EA Sports FC
EA and LaLiga announced that they have entered into a one-of-a-kind, multi-year partnership that will allow both parties to deliver groundbreaking experiences for global football fans.
The agreement also paves the way for new experiences, deeper in-game integrations, enhanced broadcast communications, and commitment to grassroots initiatives.
Starting in the 2023/2024 season, the partnership between EA SPORTS FC and LaLiga will include title naming rights for all LaLiga competitions, as well as the complete rebrand of LaLiga.
This new partnership will encompass the first and second divisions of LaLiga, LaLiga Promises (the league’s annual youth tournament), and eLaLiga.