Madden 20: Complete franchise relocation guide – how to, logos, cities, uniforms & more

We've got everything you need to know about relocating your franchise in Madden 20.


NFL teams have never seemed so fluid as they have in recent seasons.

The St. Louis Rams became the Los Angeles Rams a few years ago, and were soon joined by the Chargers. The Oakland Raiders, who had been eyeing up LA as well, announced their plans to move to Las Vegas by 2020, and there is still speculation that a team could move to London or Toronto.

Madden 20 has catered for players who want to branch out in Franchise Mode, and included the ability to move your team of choice to a number of different locations both in the continental US and abroad to new pastures. Here is everything you need to know about relocating your team.

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Step 1: Set the Franchise Mode up right

In order to have the ability to move your team in the first place you have to set the game up just right. This means selecting “Owner” and then opening up the league settings and choosing “All Players Only” under the relocation setting.

With that done you can start your Franchise Mode without worry. Now regardless of what team you're using you are the one in control of where they play in the future.

Step 2: Getting started

Now that the league is all set up to allow you to move, you have to get the ball rolling. Head over to the "Team" tab, select "My Owner", and then "Stadium". Once there, you can hit "Relocate" button and start your journey to a new city.

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You'll have to wait a few weeks for the relocation to begin. If you start the process immediately in Week 1 of the pre-season then you won't be able to select your new city until Week 5 of the regular season, but it's worth the wait, because EA have plenty of options for you to pick from. There are 19 cities to choose from. 17 of those have three unique team names to pick from, and with logos, stadiums and uniform choices that range from the stylish to the garish. You can move your team as is to St. Louis or Las Vegas, but they don't have any option for you to change name or uniform.

Relocation Cities

You need to know what you are getting yourself into before you pick a new city though, and here are all the options.

Click the relocation city below to see ALL the available teams, uniforms and logos. A list of stadiums can be found at the bottom of the page.

London

Mexico City

Dublin

Toronto

Brooklyn

Memphis

Salt Lake City

Orlando

Chicago

San Antonio

San Diego

Portland

Austin

Houston

Columbus

Oklahoma City

Sacramento

Stadiums

Madden 20 has 5 basic and 5 deluxe stadiums to pick from which we've listed below along with the building and weekly cost and seating capacity.

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Basic Canopy Stadium

  • Building Cost: $0.75 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $0.8 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 66,000

Basic Futuristic Stadium

  • Building Cost: $0.85 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $1 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 70,000

Basic Hybrid Stadium

  • Building Cost: $0.80 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $0.9 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 67,000

Basic Sphere Stadium

  • Building Cost: $0.70 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $0.7 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 69,000

Basic Traditional Stadium

  • Building Cost: $0.71 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $0.72 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 72,000

Deluxe Canopy Stadium

  • Building Cost: £1 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $1.3 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 66,000

Deluxe Futuristic Stadium

  • Building Cost: $1.35 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $2 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 70,000

Deluxe Hybrid Stadium

  • Building Cost: $1 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $1.3 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 67,000

Deluxe Sphere Stadium

  • Building Cost: $1.15 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $1.6 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 69,000

Deluxe Traditional Stadium

  • Building Cost: $1.18 Billion
  • Weekly Cost: $1.65 Million
  • Seating Capacity: 72,000

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Toby Durant

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Deputy Editor at RealSport. A life-long gamer, I have been with RealSport since 2016 and spent time covering the world of Formula 1, NFL, and football for the site before expanding into esports.

 

I lead the site's coverage of motorsport titles with a particular focus on Formula 1. I also lead RealSport's Madden content while occasionally dipping my toe into Football Manager and esports coverage of Gfinity Series events.

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