The Serie A giants' previous agreement with the video game publisher ended in 2019 and in FIFA 20, 21 and 22, they were called Piemonte Calcio.
All players were included but the club itself had a new name, crest, stadium and in-house kits.
David Jackson, VP of brand for EA SPORTS FIFA said: "This phenomenal club means so much to us and our fans, and will enable EA SPORTS to continue to deliver the most authentic and comprehensive interactive football experiences possible in FIFA 23 and beyond."
The Allianz Stadium makes a return too and you can look at the render below.
Star striker Dusan Vlahovic will be a brand ambassador going forward and club legend Claudio Marchisio will receive a FUT Hero card.
Vlahovic joined Juventus from Fiorentina in January for €70 million and helped his side to a fourth place finish, scoring seven goals.
Meanwhile, Marchisio spent 13 years with Juventus and won seven Serie A titles in addition to reaching the 2015 and 2017 Champions League final.
"We are proud to return by EA SPORTS’ side," said Giorgio Ricci, Juventus Chief Revenue Officer. "The partnership with EA SPORTS goes beyond the concept of traditional partnership, together in the shared project of looking into the future, talking to new generations, riding the wave of new trends, urban culture and lifestyle.
"We chose EA SPORTS to go one step further because it is a partner sharing our vision and ambition. We are pleased to make this journey with a brand standing out for its originality, uniqueness, and innovation, as Juventus does."
Kylian Mbappe is the cover star once again and joining him is Chelsea Women forward Sam Kerr.
FIFA 23 has been described as the 'most expansive title to date' and will be the final game produced by EA Sports under the FIFA brand.
The game will launch worldwide on 30 September for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC. Those who purchase the Ultimate Edition will be able to access the game three days earlier.