FIFA 23 Career Mode: Discover all the new features you can expect to see

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FIFA 22 brought the new feature Create a Club to Career Mode, and we hope that FIFA 23 will continue in this vein, expanding the mode even further.

It may not be as lucrative for EA as Ultimate Team, but there are plenty of die-hard Career Mode players who will be looking for the best version of the mode to come in the future game.

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Find out all the details you need to know about FIFA 23 and the Career Mode below.


Latest - New teams

According to reliable FIFA leaker @DonkTrading, 16 new national teams will feature in FIFA 23.

The news should come as little surprise as all 16 new teams have qualified for the World Cup, so they will feature in any licensed World Cup content.

We would love to see all these teams available in Career Mode, hopefully expanding the international scene in the game.

Take a look at the 16 new national teams coming to FIFA 23 here.

Release Date

It's still a long way off, so we have no official release date for FIFA 23, but we still have a good idea of when to expect it.


FIFA 22 was fully launched on Friday, 1 October 2021, so if EA follows the same trend, then Friday, 30 September 2022 could be our FIFA 23 release date.

Expect to be able to access the game sooner than that via a possible Beta or Demo, then Early Access and the Web App.

Career Mode Trailer

Obviously, there has been no trailer yet, but we eagerly await one, as it should confirm any new features the mode has to offer.

Take a look at last years offering to get a taste of what could come.

That trailer was released on Friday, 5 August 2021, so it will be a long old wait until we see one for FIFA 23!


FIFA 23 Career Mode Features

Nothing has been confirmed, but we can expect to see all the same Career Mode features from FIFA 22 on FIFA 23.


New to the game for FIFA 22, we hope to see a more expanded version brought to FIFA 22.

Create-a-Club lets you control the Club Identity, picking your club's name and the nickname that'll be used by commentary, choosing your league, and designing the kit and crest.

You can see a quick preview above of kit and crest customization in FIFA 22 Career Mode.

It doesn't stop there, as you can also design your stadium too.


Stadium Customization

Stadium Customization is an option for your created club, as well as any club without a licensed stadium in the game.

You will pick from any of the base model generic stadiums in the game, then change the colour, seat colour, pitch pattern and net shape.

Pick the atmosphere in your stadium too, with your desired goal songs, crowd chants, and walkout anthems.

All of this was introduced in FIFA 22, so it should be expanded to offer even more choices in FIFA 23.


Player Career

The Player Career was given a big improvement in FIFA 22, with more cinematic sequences included to give you a real feel of being included in the game.

New match objectives give you specific tasks to complete from game to game, with player growth changed and pre and post-game cinematics getting you involved in the dressing room.

The player Skill Tree was also changed, mirroring what we have seen in Pro Clubs in the way you improve your Virtual Pro.

You are now able to pick Archetypes and Perks as you upgrade your player, which gives you added ability on the field.


The Manager Rating was another addition, which shows how much the gaffer believes in you, as you try to work your way into the starting XI.

Good performances in training and matches, such as completing objectives, would see you rated higher and get more game time.

However, fail to hit the objectives and you could see yourself fall out of favour, eventually ending up on the transfer list!