EA FC 24 lands on 29 September, signalling the start of a brand new era in the world of sports gaming. With FIFA and EA going their separate ways, the launch of this new brand is set to take the world by storm.
With official details released by EA, we know the lots of fantastic features coming to EA FC 24, like the latest MAD Ready promo, as well as the Premier League player ratings, as well as the total amount of authentic and fully licensed arenas that will feature in this year's game,
The latter will provide our focus for today, as we take a look at every stadium that will feature in EA Sports FC 24.
How many stadiums are in EA FC 24?
As per EA's official website, the total number of fully licensed stadiums that will feature in EA Sports FC 24 is 115, which looks to be EA's most impressive yet, with new stadiums being announced in the build-up to EA FC 24's release date.
This number does not include generic stadiums that can be assigned to those sides without an authentic ground.
Realism in EA FC 24, will be achieved more than ever before and EA has gone above and beyond to make this happen.
EA FC 24 stadiums
Authentic stadiums have brought a whole new flavour to our football games and there's nothing better than seeing your club's real-life stadium feature in the game.
With more stadiums added each year, EA Sports FC 24 is once again expanding the roster further.
With leaks coming thick and fast as we countdown the days until FC 24 is released, we have covered the new stadiums 'leaked' to be coming to the game this year in another piece.
With that in mind, we've picked out the main stadium headlines in the world of football gaming, with one classic arena set to exit the game, whilst another could finally make a return.
The iconic home ground of Rangers, Ibrox is now exclusively in EA FC 24! The 50 thousand-seater stadium is now scanned and ready to use in the new title of EA FC.
Another Scottish iconic stadium Celtic Park is now exclusively in EA FC 24, the 60 thousand seater stadium also known as Paradise is ready for use!
Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium
Real Madrid Women's stadium is now in EA FC 24, the 6 thousand seater capacity stadium is one of the first women stadiums to be added into the game!
St. Pauli's iconic stadium is confirmed to be in EA FC 24, the 12,606-capacity stadium is home to one of the most iconic and historic clubs in Germany.
The stadium has a full scan ahead of the release of EA FC 24!
Home of Serie A side Udinese, EA has partnered with the Italian club in an attempt to recover some damage after losing the rights to teams like Napoli, Roma, and Lazio in previous games.
This 25,144 seater stadium will add some great authenticity to the Serie A, and could be the home of some cool Serie A Career Mode saves.
New stadium coming
Rather inexplicably, Luton Town have defied the odds and secured promotion to the Premier League, overcoming Coventry City in the final of the play-offs.
Every year for some time, EA has added new stadiums to the game according to those clubs that have been promoted to the top flight of English football, and Luton Town are set to be no different.
Their home, Kenilworth Road, is certainly unique, but it will make for some incredible visuals when it comes to loading up EA Sports FC 24.
As seen with Nottingham Forest's City Ground, Kenilworth Road will likely be added to the game towards the end of 2023/early 2024.
The delay may be longer due to upgrades to their ground only just being completed, however, we are sure EA already has the wheels in motion to get this incredibly unique stadium into EA FC 24.
Camp Nou absent for another year?
Barcelona's iconic stadium has been a big miss in recent years, and this year we could finally see it come home.
Details are scant regarding the status of the deal between Barcelona and Konami, but with EA Sports becoming the primary sponsor of La Liga, there's definitely hope that this iconic arena could return in the brand-new game.
With the Camp Nou being under construction and not in use, EA could potentially still add it in with their new La Liga partnership or could wait until the 2025/26 season when Barcelona moves back into the Camp Nou.
Alternatively, FC Barcelona's new stadium the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys will be the home of Barcelona during the 2023/24 season as the Camp Nou undergoes construction. The Camp Nou is estimated to be completed by the 2025/26 season.
Perhaps we could see either the Camp Nou or the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys in EA FC 24.
Farewell San Siro
As part of a new license deal with eFootball 2023 and Konami, the famed San Siro stadium could be set to exit FIFA.
The deal was confirmed a while back and although nothing has been confirmed it is likely that the San Siro maybe no longer be available to use in this year's instalment.
FIFA 23 could be the last game in which you can play in the San Siro, with the famous arena heading to eFootball.
With speculation that the San Siro could be set for demolition in the near future, we may never see it in an EA Sports title again.
We'll keep this page updated with all the latest news regarding new and returning stadiums in EA Sports FC 24. Be sure to keep up to date with all EA Sports FC 24 news on RealSport101.
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