We are bound to see some new stadiums brought into FIFA 22 this year, and it looks like some of Europe's most exciting arenas could be included..
There are some stadiums we are almost certain will be added to the game, but there are a couple of surprise names too!
We can't wait to see what the new stadiums look like in FIFA 22, especially with the incredible graphic capabilities of the next-gen consoles.
Unsurprisingly there has been no word on when FIFA 22 will officially be released, but we can have a pretty accurate guess.
FIFA 22 will likely be released between Friday, 24 September and Friday, 8 October 2021, judging by the release in previous years.
Six new stadiums have been added to the FIFA database according to FUTZone on Twitter.
We also are pretty sure that the Brentford Community Stadium will be added to the game after their promotion to the Premier League, but we await confirmation.
Banc of California Stadium
The home of Los Angeles FC, we may be able to get the place bouncing with the likes of Carlos Vela in the side.
The 22,000 capacity stadium in California only opened in 2018, so it truly is state of the art!
Estadio da Luz
Portuguese giants Benfica look like they will have their home ground in the game this year.
The 60,000+ seater stadium was built in 2003 and is iconic in the Luz neighbourhood.
Estádio do Dragao
Another of Portugal's big hitters could be getting their home revamped in FIFA 22.
Porto's Estadio do Dragao can seat 50,000 fans and will be a welcome addition to the game.
Estadio Ramon de Carranza
Cadiz finished 12th in La Liga in the 2020/21 season, so it is only right that their stadium is brought to life in FIFA 22.
Originally opened back in 1955, 'Nuevo Mirandilla' can house a little over 20,000 fans.
Armenia Bielefeld's Schuco Arena is one the oldest stadium on the list added to the FIFA database.
With a maximum capacity of 26,515, the Schuco Arena is one of the more intimate grounds in the Bundesliga.
El Sadar Stadium
The final stadium on the list plays host to Spanish top-flight side Osasuna.
Opened in 1967, over 23,000 fans can fit inside to help roar Osasuna to victory.