In EA Sports FC 24, stadiums are not just venues; they’re the heart and soul of the game, immersing players into an authentic experience.

The next era of EA Sports football games is kicking off with a bang as over 115 real-life arenas will feature in FC 24.

The stages are set and the atmosphere is palpable, so let’s delve into every stadium coming to EA Sports FC 24!

New Stadiums in EA Sports FC 24

Although not confirmed, leaks have suggested that Ibrox Park and Celtic Park will be coming to EA FC 24. These two historic stadiums are home of Rangers and Celtic in the Scottish Premier League.

These two Scottish giants recently partnered with the developers, and data miners were able to find references to these stadiums in the code.

Additionally, since Luton Town got promoted to the Premier League, Kenilworth Road will be coming to the game.

Similar to Nottingham Forest’s City Ground in FIFA 23, this will most likely debut in late 2023 or early 2024. This is to allow EA Sports to accurately scan the ground.

Every Authentic Stadium in EA Sports FC 24

England

Premier League

Thanks to EA Sports’ collaboration with the English Premier League, fans can anticipate the inclusion of all 20 club stadiums in the upcoming game EA FC 24:

StadiumClubCapacity
AnfieldLiverpool FC54,074
Bramall LaneSheffield United32,050
Brentford Community StadiumBrentford FC17,250
Craven CottageFulham FC25,700
City GroundNottingham Forrest FC30,445
Emirates StadiumArsenal FC60,362
Etihad StadiumManchester City55,097
Goodison ParkEverton FC40,157
Kenilworth Road*Luton Town FC10,356
London StadiumWest Ham United60,000
Molineux StadiumWolverhampton Wanderers32,050
Old TraffordManchester United75,731
Selhurst ParkCrystal Palace32,689
St. James’ ParkNewcastle United52,409
Stamford BridgeChelsea FC41,837
The AMEX StadiumBrighton & Hove30,750
Tottenham Hotspur StadiumTottenham Hotspur62,062
Turf MoorBurnley FC22,546
Villa ParkAston Villa42,788
Vitality StadiumAFC Bournemouth11,464
Wembley StadiumEngland’s National Stadium90,000
*Will not be in the game at launch.
Tottenham Stadium in FIFA 23

EFL

Despite the relegation of Leicester City, Leeds United, and Southampton, their stadiums will feature in EA Sports FC 24. Additionally, fans can look forward to the following EFL venues in the game:

Cardiff City StadiumCardiff City33,000
Carrow RoadNorwich City27,244
Elland RoadLeeds United37,890
Fratton ParkPortsmouth FC20,688
King Power StadiumLeicester City32,500
Kirklees Stadium Huddersfield Town24,500
Loftus RoadQueens Park Rangers18,439
MKM StadiumHull City25,404
Riverside StadiumFC Middlesbrough34,742
Stadium of LightAFC Sunderland48,707
St. Mary’s StadiumSouthampton FC26,255
Stoke City FC StadiumStoke City30,089
Swansea.com StadiumSwansea City20,750
The HawthornsWest Bromwich26,445
Vicarage RoadWatford FC22,100
Elland Road Stadium in FIFA 23
Elland Road in FIFA 23

Spain

La Liga

In a similar fashion to their partnership with the Premier League, EA Sports also struck a deal with La Liga. The majority of the league’s stadiums will be included in the game, providing fans with an immersive experience.

However, there remains some uncertainty surrounding the return of Barcelona’s iconic Camp Nou stadium.

StadiumClubCapacity
Coliseum Alfonso PerezGetafe FC17,393
Estadio ABANCA-BalaidosCelta Vigo29,000
Estadio Benito VillamarinReal Betis Sevilla60,720
Estadio de Gran CanariaUD Las Palmas32,400
Estadio Nuevo Los CármenesGranada CF19,336
Estadio de los Juegos MediterráneosUD Almeria15.200
Estadio de la CeramicaVillareal CF23,500
Estadio de VallecasRayo Vallecano14,708
Estadio MestallaValencia CF55,000
Estadio de MontiliviGirona FC13,500
Estadio El SadarCA Osasuna23,576
Estadio Nuevo MirandillaCadiz CF23,000
Estadio San MamesAthletic Bilbao53,289
Estadio MendizorrotzaDeportivo Alavés19,840
Ramon Sanchez-PizjuanFC Sevilla43,883
Reale ArenaReal Sociedad39,500
Santiago BernabeuReal Madrid81,044
Visit Mallorca EstadioRCD Mallorca23,142
Wanda MetropolitanoAtletico Madrid68,000
Wanda Metropolitanto Stadium in EA Sports FC 24
Wanda Metropolitanto in EA Sports FC 24

La Liga 2

StadiumClubCapacity
Estadio El AlcorazSD Huesca9,100
Estadio Ciutat de ValenciaLevante UD25,354
Estadio de MendizorrozaDeportivo Alaves19,840
Estadio Jose ZorillaReal Valladolid26,512
Estadio La RosaledaMalaga CF30,044
Municipal de ButarqueCD Leganes12,454
Municipal de IpuruaSD Eibar8,164
RCDE StadiumEspanyol Barcelona40,500

Germany

Bundesliga

In FIFA 23, 16 of the 18 Bundesliga stadiums featured in the game. Only Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena and VFL Bochum’s Vonovia-Ruhrstadion were absent.

With FC Schalke and Hertha Berlin getting relegated, the league is down to 14 stadiums. However, while not confirmed, it could be possible that newly promoted Darmstadt and Heidenheim could have their venues added.

Unfortunately, Bayern Munich’s stadium will not be making an appearance in EA Sports FC 24.

This decision is a result of a licensing agreement with Konami, which grants them exclusivity for the stadium in their game eFootball.

StadiumClubCapacity
Alte FörstereiUnion Berlin22,012
BayArenaBayer 04 Leverkusen30,210
Borussia ParkBorussia Mönchengladbach54,022
Deutsche-Bank-ParkEintracht Frankfurt51,500
Europa-Park StadiumSC Freiburg34,700
Mercedes-Benz ArenaVfB Stuttgart60,449
MEWA Arena1. FSV Mainz 0534,000
PreZero Arena1899 Hoffenheim30,150
Red Bull ArenaRB Leipzig42,558
Rhein-Energie-Stadion1. FC Köln50,997
Signal Iduna ParkBorussia Dortmund81,365
Volkswagen ArenaVfL Wolfsburg30,000
wohninvest WeserstadionWerder Bremen42,100
WWK ArenaFC Augsburg30,660
Signal Iduna Park Stadium in FIFA 23
Signal Iduna Park Stadium in FIFA 23

2.Bundesliga

StadiumClubCapacity
Düsseldorf ArenaFortuna Düsseldorf54,600
Home Deluxe ArenaSC Paderborn15,000
Heinz von Heiden ArenaHannover 9649,000
Max Morlock Stadion1. FC Nürnberg50,000
OlympiastadionHertha BSC74,400
SchücoArenaArminia Bielefeld26,515
VolksparkstadionHamburger SV57,000
Veltins ArenaFC Schalke 0462,751

France

Ligue 1

Unfortunately for Ligue 1 fans, only three stadiums featured in FIFA 23. At the moment, no new stadiums for this league have been announced but these three are likely to return.

StadiumClubCapacity
Groupama StadiumOlympique Lyon59,186
Orange VélodromeOlympique Marseille67,394
Parc des PrincesParis Saint-Germain47,929

Italy

Serie A

It appears that the iconic San Siro stadium might be missing from EA FC 24. This is due to an agreement between AC Milan and Inter with Konami for their game eFootball.

This leaves only Juventus’ Allianz Stadium as part of the game. However, as the release of the game draws near, it is possible more venues are confirmed.

StadiumClubCapacity
Allianz StadiumJuventus41,507
Allianz Stadium in FIFA 23
Allianz Stadium in FIFA 23

Rest of Europe

It will not only be the top five nations that will feature their stadiums in the game. The following arenas in Europe will be in FC 24:

CountryStadiumClubCapacity
EnglandAcademy StadiumManchester City WFC7,000
UkraineDonbass ArenaShaktar Donetsk52,187
NetherlandsAmsterdam ArenaAjax Amsterdam54,990
NetherlandsPhilips StadiumPSV Eindhoven35,119
PortugalEstadio da LuzBenfica SL65,647
PortugalEstadio do DragaoPorto FC50,033
TurkeyAtaturk OlympiastadiumNational Stadium75,145
Phillips Stadium EA Sports FC 24
Phillips Stadium in FIFA 23

Rest of the World

Additionally, the game will include stadiums from regions outside of Europe. The following will appear in EA Sports FC 24:

CountryStadiumClubCapacity
ArgentinaLibertadores de AméricaCA Independiente50,655
ArgentinaEstadio Presidente PerónRacing Club51,389
ArgentinaLa BomboneraBoca Juniors54,000
CanadaBC Place StadiumVancouver Whitecaps22,120
Saudi ArabiaKing Abdullah Sports CityAl-Ahli / Ittihad FC62,345
Saudi ArabiaKing Fahd StadiumAl-Hilal / Al-Nasr / Al-Shabab68,752
USABanc of California StadiumLA FC22,000
USALumen FieldSeattle Sounders FC38,300
USADignity Health Sports ParkLA Galaxy27,000
USAMercedes-Benz StadiumAtalanta United42,500
USAProvidence ParkPortland Timbers25,218
USARed Bull ArenaNew York Red Bulls25,000
USABC PlaceVancouver Whitecaps54,500
La Bombonera FIFA 23
La Bombonera in FIFA 23
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