Every year FIFA 23 adds new licenses to its already robust roster. This year is no different. Here is every new club, league, and stadium being added to FIFA 23.

FIFA 23 will be the last of its kind for EA Sports. After this year, the game will continue under a completely new name.

So it makes sense that EA is ramping up to make FIFA 23 a title that will be remembered fondly by all its fans.

This year, the popular football game will feature plenty of new ways for players to take to the field. This includes the addition of Women’s Club Football for the first time in the history of EA Sports FIFA.

FIFA 23 Gameplay

New Licenses in FIFA 23

New Leagues

One of the biggest additions to FIFA 23 is the Women’s League. Players will now be able to take complete control of many of the biggest stars in Women’s Football.

Here is every new league in FIFA 23:

  • Division 1 Arkema – France
  • FA Women’s Super League – England
  • Frauen Bundesliga – German
  • National Women’s Soccer League – United States

New Clubs

One of the most iconic Italian clubs will finally return to FIFA 23 with its official name and stadium.

These are all the new clubs coming to FIFA 23:

  • Division 1 Arkema
    • Bordeaux
    • Dijon
    • Fleury
    • Guingamp
    • Le Havre
    • Montpellier HSC
    • Olympique Lyonnais
    • Paris FC
    • Paris Saint-Germain
    • Stade de Reims
    • Rodez
    • Soyaux
  • FA Women’s Super League
    • Arsenal
    • Aston Villa
    • Brighton & Hove Albion
    • Chelsea
    • Everton
    • Leicester City
    • Liverpool
    • Manchester City
    • Manchester United
    • Reading
    • Southampton
    • Tottenham
    • West Ham
  • Frauen- Bundesliga
    • FC Köln
    • 1899 Hoffenheim
    • Bayer Leverkusen
    • Bayern Munich
    • Eintracht Frankfurt
    • MSV Duisburg
    • SC Freiburg
    • Rot-Weiss Essen
    • SV Meppen
    • Turbine Potsdam
    • VfL Wolfsburg
    • Werder Bremen
  • National Women’s Soccer League
    • San Diego Wave
    • Portland Thorns
    • Chicago Red Stars
    • Houston Dash
    • Kansas City Current
    • San Reign
    • Angel City
    • Orlando Pride
    • Gotham
    • Racing Louisville
    • Washington Spirit
    • North Carolina Courage
  • Serie A
    • Juventus
  • Cinch Premiership
    • Celtic
    • Rangers

Its nice to see Juventus back in action, especially considering they’re likely to have some of the highest rated players in FIFA 23 once its officially revealed.

FIFA 23 Juventus New Club

New Stadiums

FIFA has always done an excellent job of capturing the magic of some of the most iconic stadiums throughout the years. Unfortunately, due to Konami and licensing issues, many of the most beloved stadiums in football have been missing for quite some time.

Well, FIFA 23 promises to bring some of them back, and they’ve already confirmed one of them.

The Allianz Stadium from Juventus will finally be playable once again.

Here is the complete list of stadiums seen in trailers or confirmed by EA:

  • Banc Of California – Los Angeles FC
  • Europa-Park Stadion – SC Freiburg
  • Man. City Academy Stadium – M. City
  • Philips Stadion – PSV Eindhoven

There are also leaks that point to some iconic stadiums returning to FIFA, but it’s highly unlikely we’ll see Allianz Arena due to the exclusivity rights that Konami has over FC Bayern.

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These Stadiums will also be available in FUT, and players will even be able to trade them with other consoles, thanks to the Ultimate Team Crossplay Market.

Clubs & Leagues That Will Not Be Returning to FIFA 23

Unfortunately, not every club and league that was present in FIFA 22 will be returning to FIFA 23. One of the most notable names missing from the list is the Liga BBVA MX.

The following clubs and leagues will not be returning in FIFA 23:

  • Liga BBVA MX
  • Meiji Yasuda J1
  • SSC Napoli
  • Liga Do Brasil

Russian Clubs will also not be present in FIFA 23 due to recent events. You can see EA’s full statement here.