EA Sports FC has officially been announced with the developers confirming the reveal month and the logo for the game.

Electronic Arts will release this latest football game without “FIFA” as part of the name because they were unable to agree on a licensing deal with the football organization. This will be the first game without “FIFA” in its title.

Reveal Month for EA Sports FC Announced

EA Sports FIFA has confirmed on their official Twitter account that they will officially reveal EA Sports FC in July.

The reveal of the re-named popular sports game will likely drop sometime in the middle of the month based on previous reveal trailers:

  • FIFA 23 – July 20, 2022
  • FIFA 22 – July 11, 2021
  • FIFA 21 – July 23, 2020

However, with rumors and leaks circulating online that EA Sports FC may have an earlier release date, the trailer could arrive much sooner than in previous years.


How to Sign Up for EA Sports FC News

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  • Head to the EA Sports FC announcement blog
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EA Sports FC Logo Revealed

EA Sports has revealed the logo for EA Sports FC. The new symbol takes inspiration from the triangles seen across FIFA games over the years.

The developers have had to create a new insignia for as they are longer allowed to use the “FIFA” logo since the licensing deal is coming to an end.

Why Is the EA Sports FC Logo a Triangle?

The logo is a a triangles due to the “isometric polygons that make up the game” the Ultimate Team chemistry triangles, and the triangular player indicators which have inspired the new logo.

The triangle has been revolutionizing soccer, time and time again, since the birth of total soccer in the 70s and, from now on, it will be a benchmark for the evolution of soccer to come.


While the name of the game is different, the overall feel of the game will likely remain the same as FIFA players have enjoyed over the years.

Especially since EA Sports are reportedly sticking with the Frostbite Engine that has been used in their sports game since FIFA 17.

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