EA Sport’s have released info on the latest stadiums added for FIFA 16.
In a deal with the Premier League that was signed last year for FIFA 2015 where all 20 stadiums were included, it’s no surprise that stadiums for Watford, Norwich and Bournemouth have been added also.
But what is also interesting and good news for The Championship is that relegated teams Hull City, QPR and Burnley will keep their stadiums in the game.
Surprisingly, Portsmouth’s Fratton Park in League 2 has been included. This is a tribute to FIFA Creative Director, Simon Humber who has lost his battle to cancer. Thoughts are with his friends, family and colleagues at this sad time.
Read EA’s full statement on Simon HERE!
“During his time at Electronic Arts Simon worked on a number of games, including serving as Lead Producer on 2010 FIFA World Cup and Creative Director on the more recent FIFA releases.”EA Sports on Simon Humber.
Now let’s take a look at the images of the newly added stadiums; there are 9 fresh additions in total!
See the full list of FIFA 16’s 50 licensed stadiums by league:
Argentine Primera División
•La Bombonera – Boca Juniors
•El Monumental – River Plate
Barclays Premier League
•Anfield – Liverpool FC
•Boleyn Ground – West Ham United
•Britannia Stadium – Stoke City
•Carrow Road – Norwich City
•Emirates Stadium – Arsenal
•Etihad Stadium – Manchester City
•Goodison Park – Everton
•King Power Stadium – Leicester City
•Liberty Stadium – Swansea City
•Old Trafford – Manchester United
•Selhurst Park – Crystal Palace
•St. James’ Park – Newcastle United
•St. Mary’s Stadium – Southampton
•Stadium of Light – Sunderland
•Stamford Bridge – Chelsea FC
•The Hawthorns – West Bromwich Albion
•Vicarage Road – Watford
•Vitality Stadium – Bournemouth
•Villa Park – Aston Villa
•White Hart Lane – Tottenham Hotspur
England League Championship
•Loftus Road – Queens Park Rangers
•The KC Stadium – Hull City
•Turf Moor – Burnley
England League Two
•Fratton Park – Portsmouth
•Allianz Arena – Bayern München, TSV 1860 München
•BORUSSIA-PARK – Borussia Mönchengladbach
•Volksparkstadion – Hamburger SV
•Olympiastadion – Hertha BSC
•Signal Iduna Park – Borussia Dortmund
•Veltins-Arena – FC Schalke 04
•Amsterdam ArenA – Ajax
•Wembley Stadium – England
•Camp Nou – FC Barcelona
•Estadio Vicente Calderon – Atlético de Madrid
•Mestalla – Valencia
•Santiago Bernabéu – Real Madrid
•Estadio Azteca – Club América
•Parc des Princes – Paris Saint-Germain
•Stade Gerland – Olympique Lyonnais
•Stade Vélodrome – Olympique de Marseille
Major League Soccer
•BC Place Stadium – Vancouver Whitecaps
•CenturyLink Field – Seattle Sounders FC
•Juventus Stadium – Juventus
•San Siro/Stadio Giuseppe Meazza – AC Milan, Inter
•Stadio Olimpico – Lazio, Roma
Saudi Abdul Latif Jameel League
•King Abdullah Sports City – Al-Ittihad & Al-Ahli
•King Fahd International Stadium – Al Hilal, Al Nassr, Al Shabab
Rest of the World
•Donbass Arena – Shakhtar Donetsk
Available in Kick-Off, FIFA Ultimate Team, Career Mode and during skill games.
•Al Jayeed Stadium
•Arena del Centenario
•Estadio de las Artes
•Estadio El Medio
•Estadio Presidente G.Lopes
•Forest Park Stadium
•Stadion 23. Maj
•Union Park Stadium
That means there are 50 Official Stadiums in FIFA 16 and 28 generic ones. Great stuff.
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FIFA 16 is set for release on 24th September, 2015 and you can Pre-Order Now from the rKade Store!
FIFA 16 HERE!