Every LEGO set confirmed and rumoured for 2023 – September update

Rumours around next year’s LEGO sets are coming in thick and fast, so here’s a complete overview of everything said to be on the way in 2023.

Late summer into early autumn is traditionally peak LEGO rumour season, and this year is no different: we’ve already seen reports on what to expect from Star Wars, Harry Potter, Marvel, CITY and more in 2023, along with potential price points and piece counts. But with so much said to be arriving in the first half of next year, keeping track of everything isn’t easy.

The good news is that we’ve done all the hard work for you, so all you need to do is scroll down this list for a complete picture of every LEGO set currently confirmed and rumoured for 2023. Remember that unless explicitly stated, however, nothing here is guaranteed – and should therefore be taken with the customary pinch of salt until the LEGO Group officially unveils its 2023 line-up.


Just one LEGO Art set is currently said to be on the way in January, but it follows 31206 The Rolling Stones and 31207 Floral Art in breaking away from the theme’s conventional price point for a 48×48 mosaic. It could genuinely be anything at this stage: a framed two-dimensional piece, a relief ‘painting’, or something else altogether. Whatever it is, StoneWars reports it’ll include 1,810 pieces.


Set namePricePiecesRelease date
31208 TBC€99.991,810January 2023

LEGO Avatar

Next month’s initial four LEGO Avatar sets are rumoured to be joined by another four in January, two of which come in cheaper than the current entry-level 75571 Neytiri & Thanator vs. AMP Suit Quaritch. No confirmation yet, but it’s relatively safe to assume these sets will be based on upcoming sequel Avatar: The Way of Water (if they exist at all). The piece counts below are courtesy of StoneWars.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
75575 TBC€24.99179January 2023
75576 TBC€34.99259January 2023
75578 TBC€79.99528January 2023
75579 TBC€99.99761January 2023

LEGO BrickHeadz

BrickHeadz looks to be continuing in a big way in 2023, with four sets possibly based on Disney characters and two more potentially inspired by the Star Wars universe. Those additions join three LEGO Minecraft BrickHeadz, which were first revealed through LEGO.com in April.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
40615 [Star Wars?]TBCTBCJanuary 2023
40619 [Disney?]TBCTBCMarch 2023
40620 [Disney?]TBCTBCMarch 2023
40621 [Disney?]TBCTBCMarch 2023
40622 [Disney?]TBCTBCFebruary 2023
40623 [Star Wars?]TBCTBCMay 2023
40624 Alex€9.9986April 2023
40625 Llama€9.99100April 2023
40626 Zombie€9.9981April 2023
40630 TBCTBCTBCJanuary 2023
40631 TBCTBCTBCJanuary 2023
40632 TBCTBCTBCJanuary 2023

LEGO Chinese New Year

As is tradition, two LEGO Chinese New Year sets are said to be on the way in 2023. Where they’ve typically come in at around $80 and $120, though, next year’s duo are thought to each cost an extra $10. That’s likely more reflective of the LEGO Group’s recent price increases than potentially bigger sets, however.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
80110 TBC$89.99TBCJanuary 2023
80111 TBC$129.99TBCJanuary 2023


Next year’s LEGO CITY slate is rumoured to include the usual mix of police and fire sets, alongside new Stuntz sets (two of which popped up on LEGO.com back in April) and more intriguing novelties like an Auto Repair Shop and Gaming Tournament Truck. If the past couple of years are anything to go by, expect extensive use of the new road plates.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
60356 Bear Stunt Bike€7.9910January 2023
60357 Stunt Truck & Fire Tire Challenge€49.99479March 2023
60358 Cyber Stunt Bike€7.9913January 2023
60359 Stunt Ramp with Dunk Challenge€19.99144March 2023
60360 Stuntz Challenge€34.99117March 2023
60361 Stuntz Challenge€89.99385March 2023
60369 Mobile Police Dog Training€19.99197January 2023
60370 Police Station Breakout€34.99172January 2023
60371 Emergency Vehicle Headquarters€64.99706January 2023
60372 Police Academy€89.99823January 2023
60373 Fire Boat€19.99144January 2023
60374 Fire Brigade Command Vehicle€54.99502January 2023
60375 Fire Station and Fire Truck€34.99153January 2023
60382 Animal Rescue Truck€9.9958January 2023
60383 Electric Sports Car€9.9995January 2023
60384 Ice Cream Slush Truck€19.99194January 2023
60385 Wheel Loader€19.99148January 2023
60386 Garbage Disposal€34.99261January 2023
60387 Off-Road Adventure€29.99252January 2023
60388 Gaming Tournament Truck€44.99344January 2023
60389 Auto Repair Shop€49.99507January 2023
60390 Compact Tractor€9.9986January 2023
60392 Police Motorbike Pursuit€9.9959January 2023
60393 Fire Truck€9.9997January 2023
60394 TBCTBCTBCJanuary 2023

LEGO Classic

A total of five new LEGO Classic sets are thought to be coming in 2023, including one new model launching in January. The rest will apparently arrive in March, likely offering assortments of basic elements with satisfying piece counts. (Just look at them.)

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
11027 Neon Creative Kit€19.99333March 2023
11028 Pastel Creative Kit€19.99333March 2023
11029 Party Creative Kit€49.99900March 2023
11030 Large Creative Kit€59.991,000March 2023
11031 TBCTBCTBCJanuary 2023

LEGO Collectible Minifigures

Next year marks the 100th anniversary of Disney, and the Collectible Minifigures theme is said to be celebrating with a new batch of blind-bagged characters. It’s the second series apparently on the cards for 2023, following an original set of minifigures in 71037 Series 24.

Set namePriceRelease date
71037 Series 24€3.99January 2023
71038 Disney 100th Anniversary€3.99May 2023

LEGO Creator

The LEGO Creator 2023 rumoured line-up has recently grown with the addition of what are likely to be five polybag-sized builds, joining multiple animal-themed sets – including a tantalising magical unicorn. Two of these sets – 31133 White Rabbit and 31138 – are already confirmed to exist, meanwhile, thanks to listings at LEGO.com.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
30641 TBCTBC83January 2023
30642 TBCTBC58January 2023
30643 TBCTBC61March 2023
30644 TBCTBC59January 2023
30645 TBCTBC78June 2023
31133 White Rabbit€19.99258January 2023
31134 Space Shuttle€9.99144March 2023
31135 Vintage Motorcycle€14.99128March 2023
31136 Exotic Parrot€24.99253March 2023
31137 Cute Dogs€29.99475March 2023
31138 TBCTBCTBCMarch 2023
31139 Cozy House€59.99808March 2023
31140 Magical Unicorn€9.99TBCMarch 2023


Only one LEGO DC set is currently rumoured for 2023, courtesy of a listing from an online retailer. It’s thought to tie into Warner Bros.’ long-awaited The Flash movie, which is now scheduled to debut in June. StoneWars claims the movie’s mooted LEGO Batmobile will launch a month earlier.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
76221 Batmobile: Flash Tracking€44.99455May 2023

LEGO Disney

The LEGO Group is reportedly treading familiar ground for its 2023 Disney line-up, which is currently said to span several Disney Princesses and Pixar’s Cars. Going by the product number, we’re expecting the latter to be a DUPLO model. The piece counts below are courtesy of StoneWars.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
10996 Lightning McQueen and Mater at the Car Wash€34.99TBCJanuary 2023
43210 Moana’s Catamaran€34.99321January 2023
43211 Aurora’s Castle€44.99187January 2023
43212 TBC€39.99200April 2023
43213 TBC€19.99TBCMay 2023
43214 Rapunzel Music Box€9.9989January 2023
43216 Princesses on a Magical Journey€64.99320January 2023
43217 TBC€54.99598April 2023
43219 TBC€39.99140March 2023
43220 TBC€19.99111March 2023


LEGO DOTSrumoured crossover with the Wizarding World doesn’t seem to be resulting in higher prices, as its three Harry Potter products will apparently mirror the rest of the theme’s value for money. (Remember that these sets will mostly include tiny elements, though – so while these piece counts seem generous, they’re not out of the ordinary for DOTS.)

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
41801 Animal Bracelet€6.9937January 2023
41802 Unicorn Bracelet€6.9937January 2023
41803 Glitter Splendor Expansion Set€3.99115January 2023
41805 Animal Drawer Creative Box€24.99643January 2023
41806 Ultimate Party Set€49.991,154January 2023
41807 Bracelet Design Creative Set€29.99388January 2023
41808 [Harry Potter]€14.99234March 2023
41809 [Harry Potter]€19.99518March 2023
41811 [Harry Potter]€44.99856March 2023

LEGO Friends

2023 will reportedly bring us LEGO Friends’ biggest set to date in 41732 City Center, which blows past current title holder 41704 Main Street Building by more than 300 pieces. Encouragingly, it’s said to come in at the same price as this year’s smaller set. Product numbers for three of these models originally appeared on LEGO.com earlier this year, but with no further details.

Set NamePricePiecesRelease Date
41723 Donut Shop€9.9963January 2023
41724 Paisley’s House€44.99185January 2023
41726 Camping Trip€24.9987January 2023
41727 Dog Rescue Center€59.99617January 2023
41728 Restaurant€29.99346January 2023
41729 Organic Shop€89.99830January 2023
41730 Autumn’s House€69.99853January 2023
41731 International School€99.99985January 2023
41732 City Center€159.992,010January 2023
41733 Bubble Tea Mobile€9.99109January 2023
41735 Mobile House€64.99785January 2023
41738 Dog Rescue Bike€9.99125January 2023
41739 [Bedroom]€19.99204January 2023
41740 [Bedroom]€19.99209January 2023
41741 [Dog Life Cart]€29.99300January 2023
41743 Hair Salon€44.99401January 2023
41751 Skate Park€49.99431January 2023
41754 [Bedroom]€19.99203January 2023
41755 [Bedroom]€19.99179January 2023

LEGO Harry Potter

LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moments are out and Hogwarts Banners are in for 2023, according to the latest reports. These four buildable banners will apparently continue the format of their book-based predecessors, opening up into a playset for their included minifigures. Also rumoured for next year are a new Deathly Hallows set and a remake of 2005’s 4762 Rescue from the Merpeople.  

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
76409 Gryffindor House Banner€34.99285March 2023
76410 Slytherin House Banner€34.99349March 2023
76411 Ravenclaw House Banner€34.99305March 2023
76412 Hufflepuff House Banner€34.99313March 2023
76413 Hogwarts Room of Requirement€49.99587March 2023
76420 [Black Lake Triwizard Challenge]€44.99349March 2023
30651 TBCTBC55March 2023

LEGO Ideas

We already know which LEGO Ideas sets are currently in production, but the order and timing of their release is less certain. Online listings have given us some insight into which fan-designed sets to expect next, however, with at least four on the list for 2023.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
21338 A-Frame CabinTBCTBC2023
21339 BTS – DynamiteTBCTBC2023
21340 Hocus Pocus – The Sanderson Sisters’ CottageTBCTBC2023
21341 Viking VillageTBCTBC2023

LEGO Indiana Jones

LEGO Indiana Jones is rumoured to be making a comeback in 2023 alongside the fifth film, with sets covering the entire franchise so far. The jury’s still out on whether that will include The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, though…

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
77012 Fighter Plane Chase€34.993872023
77013 Escape from the Lost Tomb$39.996002023
77014 The Temple of Doom€79.998012023

LEGO Jurassic World

There’s no word yet on what exactly to expect from LEGO Jurassic World in 2023, but we know that the theme will continue beyond the confines of the latest movie trilogy. And that could mean celebrating the original Jurassic Park movie’s 30th anniversary…

LEGO Marvel

The LEGO Marvel 2023 portfolio is currently expected to cover at least three new MCU films, alongside a nod to last year’s Morbius, further deep dives back into the Infinity Saga, and three more mechs. The latter of which are now said to be much more expensive, too. Fun!

It’s worth remembering that three of these sets – 76232, 76242 and 76244 – initially appeared on LEGO.com earlier this year, all linked to LEGO Marvel (rather than DC).

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
10789 [Spidey and his Amazing Friends]€9.9948March 2023
10790 [Spidey and his Amazing Friends]€34.99149March 2023
10791 [Spidey and his Amazing Friends]€49.99187March 2023
30652 TBCTBC44February 2023
76232 [The Marvels]€89.99TBCJanuary 2023
76241 Hulk Mech€14.99138January 2023
76242 Thanos Mech€14.99113January 2023
76243 Rocket Raccoon Mech€14.9998January 2023
76244 Miles Morales vs. Morbius€24.99220January 2023
76245 Ghost Rider with Mech & Bike€34.99264January 2023
76247 Hulkbuster: The Battle of Wakanda€49.99385January 2023
76248 The Avengers Quinjet€99.99795January 2023
76253 [Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3]€9.9967April 2023
76254 [Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3]€34.99330April 2023
76255 [Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3]€99.991,108April 2023
76256 [Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania]€29.99TBCTBC 2023

LEGO Minecraft

Seven new LEGO Minecraft sets are reportedly debuting next year, including one first revealed by LEGO.com, and a potential polybag in 30647. The newest addition to this list comes in the form of 21246, however, which is currently slated to be next year’s most expensive set – but its identity is a total mystery at this stage…

Set name Price Pieces Release date 
21240 The Swamp Adventure€9.99 65 January 2023 
21241 The Bee House€19.99 TBC January 2023 
21242 The End Arena€24.99 TBC January 2023 
21243 The Frozen Peaks€34.99 TBC January 2023 
21244 The Sword Outpost€44.99 TBC January 2023 
21245 The Panda House€49.99 TBC January 2023 
21246 TBC$64.99 TBC January 2023 
30647 TBCTBC 45 January 2023 

LEGO Monkie Kid

At least one more LEGO Monkie Kid set is on the way in 2023, as revealed by LEGO.com in April, ensuring the theme will live on in some form. There’s no word yet on whether it’ll be accompanied by a full wave of Journey to the West-inspired sets, though.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
80041 TBCTBCTBCJanuary 2023


Do you like dragons? How about mechs? Or even motorbikes? If you answered yes to any of those, or perhaps even all of them, good news: NINJAGO is apparently bringing more of the same to the table in 2023. Rumours suggest the EVO line will continue next year, straddling the line between 4+ and 6+ sets.

Set namePriceRelease date
71777 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71778 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71779 TBCTBCTBC 2023
71780 Kai’s Ninja Racing Car EVO€9.99January 2023
71781 Lloyd’s Mech Duel EVO€19.99January 2023
71782 Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO€34.99January 2023
71783 Kai’s Mech-Bike EVO€44.99January 2023
71784 Jay’s Thunder Jet EVO€9.99January 2023
71785 Jay’s Titan-Mech€79.99January 2023
71786 Zane’s Ice Dragon€99.99January 2023
71787 Creative Ninja Brick Box€59.99January 2023
71788 Lloyd’s Ninja Motorcycle€9.99January 2023

LEGO Speed Champions

LEGO Speed Champions looks to be changing in two big ways for 2023: first by debuting four individual cars and only one double-pack (compared to three single cars and two pairs in previous years), and second by releasing one of its first-wave sets in January instead of March.

Set numberSet namePricePiecesRelease Date
76914TBC€24.99261March 2023
76915TBC€24.99249March 2023
76916Porsche 963€24.99280March 2023
76917Fast & Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R R34€24.99319January 2023
76918TBC€44.99581March 2023

LEGO Star Wars

Next year’s LEGO Star Wars line-up is already shaping up to be pretty interesting – at least if the latest rumours are anything to go by. Alongside two (or three!) new dioramas from Return of the Jedi (which celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2023), we’re apparently getting the first-ever prequel trilogy helmets, and the first TIE Bomber in 20 years.

Set namePricePiecesMinifiguresRelease Date
40591 [May the 4th Promo]TBCTBCTBCMay 2023
40615 [BrickHeadz]TBCTBCN/ATBC 2023
75344 Slave I Microfighter€9.99851January 2023
75345 501st Battle Pack€19.991194January 2023
75346 [The Mandalorian S3]€34.99285TBCMay 2023
75347 TIE Bomber €64.996254January 2023
75348 [The Mandalorian S3]€99.99957TBCMay 2023
75349 Captain Rex (Phase II) Helmet€69.99854N/AMarch 2023
75350 Commander Cody (Phase I) Helmet€69.99766N/AMarch 2023
75351 TBC€69.99TBCTBCTBC 2023
75352 Jabba’s Palace Diorama / Death Star Throne Room Diorama€99.99807TBCMay 2023
75353 Endor Speeder Bike Chase Diorama€79.99608TBCMay 2023
75355 [UCS]€239.99TBCTBCMay 2023
75356 TBC€69.99TBCTBCMarch 2023

LEGO Super Mario

It’s-a me, LEGO Super Mario rumours! Beyond an anticipated new series of Character Packs, details of next year’s Nintendo sets are pretty thin on the ground right now – but these price points suggest we’re looking at a new wave of Expansion Sets for the interactive theme. Just one of these sets cropped up on LEGO.com in April.

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
71413 Character Packs Series 6€5.9952January 2023
71414 TBC€14.99130January 2023
71415 TBC€24.99105January 2023
71416 TBC€34.99218January 2023
71417 TBC€64.99567January 2023
71418 TBC€59.99588January 2023
71419 TBC€49.99TBCJanuary 2023

LEGO Technic

Image: Bugatti

January 2023 looks set to be an expensive month for LEGO Technic fans, as the new year will reportedly kick off with a brand new €450 Liebherr. The action moves from excavation to picking things up with the world’s most powerful crawler crane, which is now said to include 2,882 pieces. Also on the list are a more affordable Bugatti and a new €200 supercar…

Set namePricePiecesRelease date
30655 Forklift with Pallet€3.9978January 2023
42146 Liebherr LR 13000€449.992,882TBC 2023
42147 Dump Truck€9.99177January 2023
42148 Snow Groomer€9.99178January 2023
42149 Monster Jam Dragon€19.99217January 2023
42150 Monster Jam Mutt Dalmation€19.99244January 2023
42151 Bugatti Bolide€49.99905January 2023
42152 Fire Fighter Plane€99.99TBCTBC 2023
42153 NASCAR Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1€59.99672March 2023
42154 Ford GT 2022€119.991,466March 2023
42155 The Batman: Batcycle€54.99641March 2023
42156 Peugeot 9X8 Hypercar€199.991,775May 2023

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I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

6 thoughts on “Every LEGO set confirmed and rumoured for 2023 – September update

  • 01/10/2022 at 14:07

    Je suis passionner lego Mario. Savez vous si le 71418 sera un pack de démarrage incluant une figurinne interactive ?

  • 27/09/2022 at 05:53

    I’m really hoping for a full size 2021 Ford Bronco Technic set…. I can’t believe it’s not even on the rumored for 2023 list…

  • 22/09/2022 at 05:28

    DC Heroes sets are dead? no more? just one set?

  • 22/09/2022 at 05:27

    Nothing about the Black Adam movie nor Shazam what a disappointment.

  • 20/09/2022 at 18:50

    So enticing! But what’s missing? The Modular! What is the rumor/rumour mill milling? Not that it matters, of course. I’ve already got a spot ready for it. 🙂


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