EA Sports has announced it'll be adding the Women's Champions League to FIFA 23 as a new tournament to partake in early next year. This is part of a multi-year partnership, which carries over into EA Sports FC in 2023 once the company loses the FIFA licensing. You'll be able to play from the knockout stages onwards, with clubs like Juventus Women and Real Madrid Femenino added to team selection as a result.
The likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, PSG, and current holders Olympique Lyonnais Féminin are already included in the game. In a statement, chief of women's football for UEFA Nadine Kessler said it's great to see the Women's Champions League in FIFA 23. "It feels like a natural fit for the world’s best women’s club competition to be part of the world’s leading football simulation game. This is another major step in the women’s game and an ideal additional platform for the female athletes contributing to its success."
The announcement comes as the Women's Champions League reaches the group stage this week, with Arsenal and Chelsea Women both competing. Will you take any of these teams to Champions League glory? Let us know in the comments below.