The curtain has been lifted on the vast array of official league licenses coming to EA Sports FC 24. Providing the first concrete details on which leagues, clubs and players will feature in the franchise’s new era. While full stadium info remains unconfirmed, EA Sports has outlined an extensive roster of licensed partnerships and exclusives headlined by the Premier League, LaLiga and UEFA competitions.
After nearly three decades as FIFA, the series rebrands this year as EA Sports FC following the breakdown of EA’s licensing deal with FIFA itself. Some feared this separation could impact available leagues and clubs, but EA Sports is ensuring a smooth transition with minimal losses.
Per the newly announced lineup, the football title will include over 19,000 fully licensed players, 700 clubs, and 30 leagues spanning domestic and continental action. The inclusion of major women’s leagues and competitions adds further depth and representation.
Fans can expect all the staples of previous FIFA editions like the English Premier League, Germany’s Bundesliga, Spain’s LaLiga, and Italy’s Serie A thanks to renewed partnerships. Major international club tournaments like the UEFA Champions League, Europa League and the new Europa Conference League will also feature exclusively under EA’s ongoing UEFA rights deal.
All Licensed Leagues In EA FC 24
|Argentina||Liga Profesional de Futbol|
|Australia & New Zealand||A Leagues|
|China||Chinese Super League|
|EFL League One|
|EFL League Two|
|Barclays Women’s Super League|
|France||Ligue 1 Uber Eats|
|India||Indian Super League|
|Ireland||SSE Airtricity League Premier Division|
|Italy||Serie A TIM|
|Korea Republic||K League 1|
|K League 2|
|Saudi Arabia||Roshn Saudi League|
|Scotland||Scottish Professional Football League|
|Spain||LALIGA EA Sports|
|LALIGA 2 HYPERMOTION V|
|Switzerland||Credit Suisse Super League|
|USA & Canada||MLS|
|USA||National Women’s Soccer League|
The CONMEBOL Libertadores tournament and various high-profile women’s leagues including the Women’s Super League, National Women’s Soccer League and Division 1 Arkema will make their series debut, highlighting EA Sports’ commitment to diversity and female representation within the beautiful game.
Electronic Arts recently revealed that the iconic Ballon D’or ceremony will be included in player career mode. The hype for this footy title seems to be getting bigger as the weeks pass, the developers are certainly pulling out all the stops.
Additional leagues spanning the upper tiers of English, German, Spanish and Italian football pyramid ensure players have elite pro soccer action from top to bottom. Coupled with the UEFA licenses, EA Sports FC 24 should deliver the same breadth of clubs and hyper-realistic player likenesses fans have come to expect.
While stadium visuals remain a question mark, the laundry list of leagues and competitions means on-pitch action should still capture the essence of soccer glory across continents. There’s no-doubt more trailers for the game will drop so keep your eyes peeled for news. As the transition from FIFA to EA Sports FC begins, continuity where it matters most – the pitches – remains the top priority.
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