There are tonnes of teams and players in FIFA 22, but thanks to licensing, the game is missing Juventus, one of the most successful clubs in history.
Owing to eFootball (previously PES) having the license for the team, Juve are known as Piemonte Calcio in FIFA 22. eFootball and Konami also have the licenses for Lazio, AS Roma, and Atalanta, but curiously not for Serie A itself.
In FIFA 22, Juventus still have all the same players and play in Serie A, but there is no way of changing the team to their official name or kit.
However, you are able to change their stadium, though there’s no exact replica of the Allianz to choose from. The Waldstadion is the default stadium for Juventus/Piemonte Calcio in FIFA 22.
How long the exclusivity deal with eFootball lasts is anyone’s guess, but as long as it continues, you won’t be seeing Juventus in any other football game going forward.
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