FIFA 23 is out now, and EA has added several new licenses to their impressive roster.
EA and FIFA's split has been well-documented, and EA look set to go in a new direction with LaLiga highlights set to be available in EA Sports FC.
Check out everything you need to know about the leagues in EA's latest title below.
All FIFA 23 Leagues
- 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
FIFA has featured women's national teams for some time now, but FIFA 23 has seen the introduction of women's club football for the first time.
From launch, fans have been able to use clubs from the Women's Super League (ENG) and Arkema D1 (FRA).
More leagues, clubs, and competitions will likely be made available too as EA make huge strides into the women's game.
Italian Tier 2 returns
After a brief hiatus from the FIFA franchise, Lega B (the second tier of Italian football) is back in the game.
Some famous Italian clubs currently find themselves in Lega B, including Genoa, Parma, and Palermo!
It is great to have the league back in the game, and we can't wait to take one of the less fancied clubs to the top in FIFA 23 Career Mode!
EA Sports recently announced a new multi-year partnership with LaLiga.
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.
In addition to the naming rights partnership, real-world football highlights from La Liga are set to be made available to view in EA Sports FC as part of the package.
On top of the exciting La Liga news, EA has extended the deals for the following leagues:
- Major League Soccer
- Liga Profesional de Futbol de Argentina
- Saudi Pro League
ENTIRE league lost
The first blow in the licensing battle was struck by Konami, with an exclusive deal meaning the league will be removed from the FIFA franchise.
News of licenses being lost and exclusive deals ending have surfaced, leaving us wondering how many more teams and leagues we might lose.
Konami has been busy securing deals for eFootball, and the latest exclusive deal will mean EA cannot feature the league at all next season.
Read more about EA losing an ENTIRE league license to Konami.