Is Zaire-Emery in FIFA 23?

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Born in 2006, Warren Zaire-Emery started for Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions League knockout game against Bayern Munich at the age of 16.

Since making his debut in 2022, the PSG youngster has become a new fan favourite, impressing the crowd every time he steps onto the field at the Parc des Princes.

The youngster's rise to the PSG first team has sparked real interest amongst the FIFA community.

So, find out whether Zaire-Emery is in FIFA 23 below.

Is Zaire-Emery in FIFA 23?

The short answer is no, Warren Zaire-Emery is not yet in the FIFA 23 database.

However, the 16-year-old could soon be added to certain FIFA 23 game modes.

We expect Zaire-Emery to be added to the FIFA database in the coming weeks which will mean he will be playable in both Kick-Off and Career Mode, assuming you have downloaded the latest versions of the squads.

However, you will have to wait for the next title in the series to get your hands on the French youth international in Ultimate Team.

We expect Zaire-Emery's first Ultimate Team appearance to come with the launch of EA Sports FC.

Record breaker

Zaire-Emery's debut at the age of 16 years and 151 days made him the youngest player to appear in an official match for Paris Saint-Germain.

In October 2022, Zaire-Emery made his UEFA Champions League debut as a substitute in a 7–2 home victory over Maccabi Haifa.

This made him the youngest player to appear in the Champions League for PSG.

In January 2023, he made his first start in a 3–1 Coupe de France victory away to Chateauroux, becoming the youngest starter in the club's history.

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He became the club's youngest starter in Ligue 1 in a 1–0 defeat away to Rennes eight days later.

In February, Zaire-Emery scored his first senior goal coming off the bench to cap off a 3–1 victory against Montpellier; in doing so he became PSG's youngest-ever goalscorer, aged 16 years and 330 days.

And of course, on Tuesday, 14 February, he became the youngest player to start a Champions League knockout game in a 1–0 loss to Bayern Munich.

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