FIFA 23 partners with Tottenham Hotspurs among a HUGE number of deals | The Sun

FIFA 23 comes out in a little over a month, and EA has announced a number of new partnerships with clubs which will enter the game.

EA previously made major announcements such as Italian club Juventus and the 2018 World Cup finalists Croatia making a comeback in FIFA 23. 

A number of licenses have been acquired for big British teams, including Celtic and Rangers F.C.

Tottenham Hotspur is one of the biggest teams to join in a partnership with EA, and also South African club Mamelodi Sundowns has signed a deal.

Nine new stadiums will be joining FIFA from this year.

Big names have been added, including Juventus’ Allianz Stadium, LA’s Bank of California Stadium, SC Freiburg’s Europa-Park Stadion, and Manchester City Women’s Academy Stadium.

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EA has also announced a number of leagues from different countries which will be joining the game.

Spanish premier league La Liga previously announced a brand deal with FIFA, and Italy’s second division Serie BKT will be joining the game.

The American league MLS, Liga Profesional de Fútbol de Argentina, and Saudi Pro League will all be returning in the upcoming game.

EA will also be sponsoring referees from the Premier League, Emirates FA Cup, and the English Football League.

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This is part of a partnership with Professional Game Match Officials Limited.

Referees for women’s football will be joining the game for the first time.

This includes Barclays Women’s Super League, Barclays Women’s Championship, FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup, and Vitality Women’s FA Cup.

FIFA 23 is bringing big changes to the series, in particular to the single-player Career Mode.

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It will be available to play from September 30.

Those who buy the Ultimate Edition will gain access three days early on September 27.  

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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