‘FIFA 23’ will add all 12 teams to the National Women’s Soccer League on March 15

The National Women’s Soccer League is . Electronic Arts announced on Monday that all 12 NWSL teams will be available to play within the game starting March 15th, thanks to a license partnership recently signed by the league company and NWSL Players Association. The 12 NWSL teams, and all the female athletes playing on their rosters, will also be part of the franchise moving forward, including if it is. later this year.

FIFA 23 launched with all 24 teams from the Women’s Super League and Division 1 in the UK and France. The game also marks the first time EA has featured a female player on the cover, with Chelsea’s Sam Kerr appearing on the Ulitmate Edition. All told, the series has come a long way since then fifa 16, when EA .

As of March 15, all 12 NWSL teams will be available to play indoors FIFA 23 that Kick-Off game modes. They are also available in the game’s Tournament Mode, as well as Online Seasons and Friendlies. If both teams come from the NWSL, EA says players will see an “authentic” game broadcast experience. Separately, the company is (UWCL) in the Kick-Off and Tournament game modes. It also added four new European clubs, including Juventus and Real Madrid, to complete the UWCL experience.

“The athletes who call the NWSL home are some of the best in the world and we are excited for the opportunity to further showcase their talent through this unique playing experience,” said NWSL Commissioner Jessica Berman. “We can’t wait for the fans to start playing and we look forward to continuing this celebration of the players and the league when we kick off our 11th season on March 25.”

FIFA 23 available on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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