Full List Of FIFA 17 Stadiums Revealed, Over 70 Are Featured And 49 of Them Are Licensed

By   /   Sep 15, 2016
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FIFA 17 is about two weeks away from its worldwide launch, and to keep the hype up, EA Sports is revealing new details regarding the game. This time EA Sports has revealed the full list of FIFA 17 stadiums.

Also See FIFA 17 Authenticity Improvements Add Stadiums, Graphics, and Commentary

The stadiums in the game are divided by leagues, and there are over 70 of stadiums that are included in the game, and out of them 49 FIFA 17 stadiums are licensed.

FIFA 17 will feature over 70 stadiums which includes 49 that are fully licensed. You’ll be able to play at the Santiago Bernabéu, Juventus Stadium, Allianz Arena and all 20 Premier League stadiums. In addition, you’ll be able to play at 30 generic stadiums which will be featured in Kick-Off, FIFA Ultimate Team™, Career Mode, and during Skill Games.

Premier League

  • Anfield
  • Turf Moor
  • Emirates Stadium
  • Goodison Park
  • St. Mary’s Stadium
  • Stadium of Light
  • Stamford Bridge
  • Stoke City FC Stadium
  • The Hawthorns
  • Vicarage Road
  • White Hart Lane
  • Selhurst Park
  • Riverside Stadium
  • London Stadium
  • Old Trafford
  • Liberty Stadium
  • King Power Stadium
  • KCOM Stadium
  • Etihad Stadium
  • Vitality Stadium

English Football League

  • St. James’ Park
  • Villa Park
  • Carrow Road
  • Loftus Road
  • Fratton Park

International stadium

  • Wembley Stadium

Ligue 1

  • Parc des Princes
  • Orange Vélodrome

Bundesliga

  • Allianz Arena
  • BORUSSIA-PARK
  • Signal Iduna Park
  • Veltins Arena
  • Olympiastadion
  • Volksparkstadion

Rest of the world

  • Donbass Arena

Eredivisie

  • Amsterdam Arena

Calcio A

  • Juventus Stadium
  • San Siro

MLS

  • BC Place Stadium
  • CenturyLink Field

LaLiga Santander

  • Estadio Mestalla
  • Estadio Vicente Calderón
  • Santiago Bernabéu

Primera División

  • El Monumental
  • La Bombonera

LIGA Bancomer MX

  • Estadio Azteca

Dawry Jameel

  • King Abdullah Sports City
  • King Fahd Stadium

Meiji Yasuda J1

  • Suita City Football Stadium

Generic

  • Al Jayeed Stadium
  • Aloha Park
  • Arena del Centenario
  • Arena D’Oro
  • Court Lane
  • Crown Lane
  • Eastpoint Arena
  • El Grandioso
  • El Libertador
  • Estadio de las Artes
  • Estadio El Medio
  • Estadio Presidente G.Lopes
  • Euro Park
  • FIWC Stadium
  • Forest Park Stadium
  • Ivy Lane
  • Molton Road
  • O Dromo
  • Sanderson Park
  • Stade Municipal
  • Stadio Classico
  • Stadio Olimpico
  • Stadion 23. Maj
  • Stadion Europa
  • Stadion Hanguk
  • Stadion Neder
  • Stadion Olympik
  • Town Park
  • Union Park Stadium
  • Waldstadion

FIFA 17 is scheduled o launch on September 27 for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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