EA SPORTS FC: All new licensed leagues, teams & stadiums leaked so far
The new EA SPORTS FC logo was revealed in April 2023.
EA SPORTS FC has been officially revealed, and it’s set to deliver more fully realized teams, players, and stadiums than ever before. Here’s a look at all the new licenses that have been revealed or leaked in EA SPORTS FC so far.
After almost 30 years of releasing games under FIFA name, 2023 marks the start of a new era as EA SPORTS FC. The main concern that many players had when the rebrand was announced was if EA would retain their many licenses, but devs have confirmed that EA SPORTS FC will feature more than 19,000 fully licensed players, 700 teams, and 30 leagues.
As you’d expect, big names like the Premier League and LaLiga are making the transition, and EA are bringing back women’s leagues like the WSL and D1 Arkema. There’s also set to be a host of new leagues to try out, and some clubs returning after a stint away.
Here’s every new licensed league, team, and stadium in EA SPORTS FC that has been confirmed or leaked so far.
EA SPORTS FC new leagues
So far, only one new league has leaked in EA SPORTS FC and it’s the SuperLiga, the top flight in Romanian football. The news was shared by well-known leaker FUTZone, who claimed that Romania’s top flight will be fully licensed with all 16 teams making an appearance.
Fans can expect even more new leagues to be announced once the devs give us a more in-depth look into EA SPORTS FC in the coming weeks.
EA SPORTS FC new teams
Aside from the 16 clubs that make up the SuperLiga, leaks have also revealed that FC Barcelona will be making its return to the series as a licensed club. The LaLiga side’s agreement with Konami to appear in eFootball has come to an end, and while the club was present in FIFA 23, it will reportedly be fully licensed with face scans in EA SPORTS FC.
Here’s a look at all the new licensed teams set to feature in EA SPORTS FC so far:
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- FC Arges
- FC Botoșani
- CFR Cluj
- Chindia Targoviște
- Farul Constanta
- FC Hermannstadt
- CS Mioveni
- Petrolul Ploiesti
- Rapid Bucuresti
- Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe
- FC U Craiova 1948
- Universitatea Craiova
- U Cluj
- UTA Arad
- FC Voluntari
- FC Barcelona
It’s worth keeping in mind that the teams listed in the Romanian SuperLiga are based on the 2022/23 standings, meaning these will change once the season concludes and certain clubs are relegated.
EA SPORTS FC new stadiums
Only one new stadium has been revealed for EA SPORTS FC to date – Barcelona’s Camp Nou. Now that the Catalonian club’s deal with Konami has expired, players can expect to see the iconic ground fully realized in Career Mode and Ultimate Team.
If the leaks turn out to be true, fans can also look forward to new stadiums from the SuperLiga and any other new leagues that EA acquire licenses for.
We’ll be sure to update this page with the latest licensed leagues, teams, and stadiums confirmed to show up in EA SPORTS FC as soon as they’re announced.
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