FIFA 14 Full Stadium List Revealed

EA Sports presents 30 generic stadiums and 32 licensed stadiums.

Posted By | On 19th, Sep. 2013 Under News


The best gets bigger, as EA Sports has revealed the full list of stadiums that will be appearing in the upcoming FIFA 14, releasing for both current and next-gen consoles. The game was already announced to be having 32 licensed stadiums and 30 generic stadiums. Check out the full list and some screens below.

  • Akaaroa Stadium
  • Allianz Arena – Bayern Munich & TSV 1860 Munich
  • Aloha Park
  • Amsterdam ArenA – Ajax
  • Anfield – Liverpool FC
  • Arena del Centenario – Uruguay
  • Arena D’Oro
  • BC Place Stadium – Vancouver Whitecaps
  • Camp Nou – FC Barcelona
  • Court Lane
  • Crown Lane
  • Donbass Arena – FC Shakhtar Donetsk
  • Dromo
  • Eastpoint Arena
  • El Libertador
  • El Monumento
  • Emirates Stadium – Arsenal
  • Estadio Azteca – Club America, Mexico
  • Estadio de las Artes
  • Estadio Mestalla – Valencia CF
  • Estadio Nacional – Portugal
  • Estadio Presidente G.Lopes
  • Estadio Vicente Calderon – Atletico Madrid
  • Etihad Stadium – Manchester City
  • Euro Park
  • FIWC Stadium – (available on PlayStation only)
  • Forest Park Stadium
  • Goodison Park – Everton
  • Imtech Arena – Hamburg
  • Ivy Lane
  • Juventus Stadium – Juventus
  • King Fahd International Stadium – Saudi Arabia
  • La Bombonera –Boca Juniors
  • La Canchita
  • Molton Road
  • Old Trafford – Manchester United
  • Olympiastadion – Hertha BSC
  • Parc des Princes – Paris Saint Germain
  • San Siro – Inter Milan/AC Milan
  • Sanderson Park
  • Santiago Bernabéu – Real Madrid
  • Signal Iduna Park – Borussia Dortmund
  • St James’ Park – Newcastle United
  • Stade Gerland – Olympique Lyonnais
  • Stade Kokoto
  • Stade Municipal
  • Stade Velodrome – Olympique de Marseille
  • Stadio Classico
  • Stadio Comunale
  • Stadio Olimpico – Lazio/Roma
  • Stadion 23. Maj
  • Stadion Europa
  • Stadion Hanguk
  • Stadion Neder
  • Stadion Olympik
  • Stamford Bridge – Chelsea
  • Town Park
  • Union Park Stadium
  • Veltins-Arena – Schalke 04
  • Waldstadion
  • Wembley Stadium – England
  • White Hart Lane – Tottenham Hotspur

FIFA 14 is set to release on September 24th in North America and on September 26th in Europe for a variety of platforms including Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, Wii U, PS2 and many more. It will also be launching for next generation consoles such as the PS4 on November 15th in North America and November 29th in Europe with a November 22nd release worldwide on the Xbox One.


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