FIFA 23 is here, bringing with it a host of brand-new stadiums to enjoy.
With next-gen graphics showing off all their hard work, take a look at the new stadiums that have been added this season.
EA has added five new stadiums to the game this season, with two arenas returning to the game after a brief hiatus.
This leaves us with a total of 105 fully licensed stadiums to play in this year!
From women's football expansions to a brand new Bundesliga ground, FIFA 23's roster is bigger and better than ever.
EA has the full rights to the Premier League, so newly-promoted Nottingham Forest will also see their home ground feature next season at some point.
"Nottingham Forest’s City Ground will also come to FIFA 23 via a post-launch content update at no additional cost.
While not all will be available at launch, we are committed to giving fans the chance to play in all 20 Premier League stadiums and will provide more news on post-launch updates in the future."
Juventus are back in FIFA 23, and with them comes the Allianz Stadium!
Juve's home ground is by no means the biggest in Europe at just over 40,000 capacity, but it certainly stunning visually!
Banc of California Stadium
The home of LAFC and a brand-new stadium in FIFA 23, the Banc of California Stadium is the latest MLS ground to join the FIFA roster.
Located in LA and housing a capacity of 23,500, this modern stadium promises to be a great addition to the FIFA franchise.
Freiburg's new home, the Europa-Park Stadion, features in FIFA 23 for the very first time following its opening in 2021.
Opened in 2021 and housing a capacity of just under 35,000, this stadium promises to expand upon the Bundesliga license and bring something different to FIFA 23.
As the home of Spanish side CA Osasuna, Estadio El Sadar is a stadium in Pamplona, Navarre, Spain.
The stadium was built back in 1967 and holds 23,576 people.
Manchester City Academy Stadium
With women's football confirmed for expansion in FIFA 23, we're expecting to see a swarth of new stadiums arrive in coming games.
One such stadium confirmed for FIFA 23 is the Man City Academy Stadium, with Man City Women playing their football at this unique ground.
With a small capacity of 7,000, this will certainly be one of the most unique grounds to feature in FIFA 23.
Longville Stadium & Oktigann Park
"Longville Stadium" and "Oktigann Park" are generic stadiums that were never before in a Fifa game.
These two venues will join the likes of Ivy lane and Sanderson Park in FIFA 23.
The home of PSV, the Philips Stadion, is confirmed to arrive in FIFA 23, becoming the second Eredivise side to have their licensed ground feature in the franchise.
Ajax already have the Johan Cruyff Arena, and the Philips Stadion will be a welcome addition alongside it.
The Philips Stadion has a capacity of 35,000 and will make a nice change from the generic grounds we tend to see in the Dutch top-flight.
La Bombonera Allianz Stadium
The Alberto Jose Armando Stadium is a football stadium located in La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The home of Boca Juniors can hold up to 57,000 people.