EA Sports adds new anti-discrimination kits to FIFA 23

EA Sports adds new anti-discrimination kits to FIFA 23
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Written by 

Harry Boulton


21st Mar 2023 16:00

In a bout of positive news, EA Sports has announced a collaboration with several anti-discrimination groups and charities, giving you the chance to earn kits that send a positive message.

There have been kits of this kind in FIFA before, with the Premier League's 'No Room For Racism' campaign being a regular fixture within Ultimate Team. However, it is great to see EA Sports expand beyond this, supporting its causes and spreading awareness.

What kits can you earn?

EA Sports anti discrimination Signalez kits
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As mentioned, EA Sports has partnered with a plethora of different campaigns and charities, letting you show your proud support for several anti-discrimination and anti-racism causes.

There are five available in total, each representing the respective campaign from Europe's top leagues. They are as follows:

  • No Room For Racism (Premier League)
  • #OneLove (KNVB)
  • Unity (LaLiga)
  • Signalez (Ligue 1)
  • Keep Racism Out (Serie A)

It is as important as ever to fight against discrimination and racism in football, and while this might seem like a trivial act, it contributes to the wider act of sending a message.

How to earn the kits in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team

FIFA 23 #OneLove tifo
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The various anti-discrimination kits will be released via objectives in the FIFA 23 Ultimate Team game mode. In previous years, the No Room For Racism kits have been part of the Season Progress ladder at the start, but since the new season has already begun, this is not an option.

Instead, it will likely be easily attainable objectives like scoring one goal with a Premier League or Series A player, which ensures that everyone will have access to the kits if they simply play the game.

It's not just kits that you'll be able to earn either, with badges, tifos, and stadium customisation items on offer to fully deck out your club. They all look fantastic, too, so you'll be able to look stylish and send a positive message at the same time.

Harry Boulton
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Harry Boulton
Harry is a Guides Writer at GGRecon, having completed a Masters of Research degree in Film Studies. Previously a freelance writer for PCGamesN, The Loadout, and Red Bull Gaming, he loves playing a wide variety of games from the Souls series to JRPGs, Counter-Strike, and EA FC. When not playing or writing about games and hardware, you're likely to find him watching football or listening to Madonna and Kate Bush.
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