Juventus are returning in FIFA 23, so check out all the latest details surrounding the deal below.
Welcome Back, Old Friend!
There had been plenty of rumours spreading around, and now EA has officially confirmed it - Juventus will be BACK in FIFA 23!
The Old Lady has been absent from the title for a few years now, with Konami holding the rights to the Italian giants.
This has left us having to use Piemonte Calcio in a generic kit, taking away from the authenticity of the game.
However, now that Juve has returned, so will their iconic black and white strip, as will the mighty Allianz Stadium.
In celebration of Juventus returning in FIFA 23 a couple of their star players will be highlighted in the game.
New signing Dusan Vlahovic is becoming an ambassador, joining the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Trent Alexander-Arnold to represent the game.
Club legend Claudio Marchisio will also return to the game, coming as a FUT Heroes item.
We know that means he will also gain an upgraded FIFA World Cup FUT Heroes version in November.
Although the return of Juventus is a great thing, there are still many issues with Serie A in FIFA 23.
Despite having an exclusive deal with the league, that doesn't give rights to use authentic kits and stadiums for all the clubs.
EA's exclusive partnership with AC Milan is ending this summer, and while the current title holders will remain in the game, the door is open for Konami to swoop in with another exclusive deal.
Several other top Serie A clubs have already jumped ship, with Napoli making the switch so they won't have their licensed badge, kit, or name in FIFA 23.
Atalanta, Lazio, and Roma are all exclusive to Konami's franchise, forcing EA to change the names of the clubs to Bergamo Calcio, Latium, and Roma FC respectively.
Newly promoted AC Monza also have a deal with Konami, although we don't yet know if it is exclusive and will therefore affect their identity in FIFA 23.
We have known for a while that the exclusive deal between Juventus and eFootball was coming to an end, meaning they would become available to be officially licensed in other games such as Football Manager and FIFA.
Juve will still remain in eFootball on both console and mobile versions, however, they can now appear in many other games too, with EA potentially looking to tie them down to an exclusivity deal in the future.