FIFA 23 Women's Clubs: What Women's Teams Are In FIFA 23?
The long-awaited introduction of FIFA 23 women's clubs has finally been announced, and it couldn't be a better way to partner Sam Kerr's place on the FIFA 23 cover. You have been able to play as women's national teams in the prior games, but FIFA 23 is the first time you'll be able to bring the play to the club level. But what exactly will be included in the FIFA 23 women's club selection? Carry on reading to find out.
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FIFA 23 Women's Clubs Full List
The two officially licensed leagues that will be included in the FIFA 23 women's clubs are the Barclays FA Women's Super League, and Division 1 Arkema, which brings a total of 22 teams to the game at launch.
There is no current information on whether more teams will come to the game across the course of the year, but we will hopefully see more clubs added in future entries. Thankfully, the women's teams are also being treated to the same FIFA 23 HyperMotion2 as the men, so they will be just as exciting to play as.
Here's a full list of the FIFA 23 women's clubs that you'll be able to play as:
Barclays FA Women's Super League Clubs
- Arsenal Women
- Aston Villa Women
- Brighton and Hove Albion Women
- Chelsea Women
- Everton Women
- Leicester City Women
- Liverpool Women
- Manchester City Women
- Manchester United Women
- Reading Women
- Tottenham Hotspur Women
- West Ham United Women
Division 1 Arkema Clubs
- ASJ Soyaux-Charente
- Dijon Football Côte d'Or
- En Avant Guingamp
- FC Fleury 91
- FC Girondins de Bordeaux
- Le Havre
- Montpellier HSC
- Olympique Lyonnais
- Paris FC
- Paris Saint-Germain FC
- Stade de Reims
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Will Women's Clubs Be In FIFA 23 Ultimate Team?
Unfortunately there is currently no news about whether any of the players from the FIFA 23 women's clubs will make it to the Ultimate Team mode, but now seems like the strongest chance that we have ever had before.
The obvious limitations of previous years were due to licence issues, as Ultimate Team presumably requires full league and club licences for players to be included. With women's domestic competitions included in the game now, we could potentially cards for them in the future, but that is still yet to be officially announced.
So, that's everything you need to know about the FIFA 23 women's clubs, giving you a full list of all the leagues and teams you'll be able to play as in the new title. If you're, like us, far too excited for the game now, make sure to check out the FIFA 23 release date guide for all the other information we know prior to the game's release.