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FIFA 16 will feature 9 new stadiums this year, check out the list.
  • BORUSSIA-PARK (Borussia Mönchengladbach, Bundesliga)
  • Carrow Road (Norwich City, Barclays Premier League)
  • CenturyLink Field (Seattle Sounders FC, Major League Soccer)
  • El Monumental (Club Atlético River Plate, Argentine Primera División)
  • Fratton Park (Portsmouth FC, England League Two) - Fratton Park in Honour of Simon Humber
  • King Abdullah Sports City (Al-Ittihad & Al-Ahli, Saudi Abdul Latif Jameel League)
  • Stade Vélodrome (Olympique de Marseille, Ligue 1)
  • Vicarage Road (Watford, Barclays Premier League)
  • Vitality Stadium (Bournemouth, Barclays Premier League)
Below is the complete list of stadiums in FIFA 16, featuring 50 licensed and 28 generic stadiums.

50 Licensed Stadiums by League

Argentine Primera División
  • La Bombonera - Boca Juniors
  • El Monumental - River Plate [NEW]
Barclays Premier League
  • Anfield - Liverpool FC
  • Boleyn Ground - West Ham United
  • Britannia Stadium - Stoke City
  • Carrow Road - Norwich City [NEW]
  • Emirates Stadium - Arsenal
  • Etihad Stadium - Manchester City
  • Goodison Park - Everton
  • King Power Stadium - Leicester City
  • Liberty Stadium - Swansea City
  • Old Trafford - Manchester United
  • Selhurst Park - Crystal Palace
  • St. James' Park - Newcastle United
  • St. Mary's Stadium - Southampton
  • Stadium of Light - Sunderland
  • Stamford Bridge - Chelsea FC
  • The Hawthorns - West Bromwich Albion
  • Vicarage Road - Watford [NEW]
  • Vitality Stadium - Bournemouth [NEW]
  • Villa Park - Aston Villa
  • White Hart Lane - Tottenham Hotspur
England League Championship
  • Loftus Road - Queens Park Rangers
  • The KC Stadium - Hull City
  • Turf Moor - Burnley
England League Two
  • Fratton Park - Portsmouth [NEW]
Bundesliga
  • Allianz Arena - Bayern München, TSV 1860 München
  • BORUSSIA-PARK - Borussia Mönchengladbach [NEW]
  • Volksparkstadion - Hamburger SV
  • Olympiastadion - Hertha BSC
  • Signal Iduna Park - Borussia Dortmund
  • Veltins-Arena - FC Schalke 04
Eredivisie
  • Amsterdam ArenA – Ajax
International Stadium
  • Wembley Stadium – England
La Liga
  • Camp Nou - FC Barcelona
  • Estadio Vicente Calderon - Atlético de Madrid
  • Mestalla - Valencia
  • Santiago Bernabéu - Real Madrid
Liga MX
  • Estadio Azteca - Club América
Ligue 1
  • Parc des Princes - Paris Saint-Germain
  • Stade Gerland - Olympique Lyonnais
  • Stade Vélodrome - Olympique de Marseille [NEW]
Major League Soccer
  • BC Place Stadium - Vancouver Whitecaps
  • CenturyLink Field - Seattle Sounders FC [NEW]
Serie A
  • Juventus Stadium - Juventus
  • San Siro/Stadio Giuseppe Meazza - AC Milan, Inter
  • Stadio Olimpico - Lazio, Roma
Saudi Abdul Latif Jameel League
  • King Abdullah Sports City - Al-Ittihad & Al-Ahli [NEW]
  • King Fahd International Stadium - Al Hilal, Al Nassr, Al Shabab
Rest of the World
  • Donbass Arena - Shakhtar Donetsk
Generic Stadiums

Available in Kick-Off, FIFA Ultimate Team, Career Mode and during skill games.
  • Al Jayeed Stadium
  • Aloha Park
  • Arena del Centenario
  • Arena d'Oro
  • Court Lane
  • Crown Lane
  • Eastpoint Arena
  • El Grandioso
  • El Libertador
  • Estadio de las Artes
  • Estadio El Medio
  • Estadio Presidente G.Lopes
  • Euro Park
  • Forest Park Stadium
  • Ivy Lane
  • Molton Road
  • O Dromo
  • Sanderson Park
  • Stade Municipal
  • Stadio Classico
  • Stadion 23. Maj
  • Stadion Europa
  • Stadion Hanguk
  • Stadion Neder
  • Stadion Olympik
  • Town Park
  • Union Park Stadium
  • Waldstadion

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# 1 JHedges2 @ 08/03/15 11:20 AM
Wahoo! Looks fantastic. Was hoping for more stadiums in the bigger leagues, but I am not disappointed as I mostly play BPL anyway. Glad they didn't remove QPR, Hull, or Burnley.

Can't wait for 16
 
# 2 Turbojugend @ 08/03/15 11:33 AM
Fratton Park is a nice surprise, definitely didn't see that one coming. Also nice to see the relegated teams keeping their stadiums, this bodes well for the eventual inclusion of a bunch of Championship sides.

More MLS stadiums would have been cool (Providence Park and Stubhub Center next year, please EA?), but you can't have everything I suppose.
 
# 3 RoyceDa59 @ 08/03/15 11:38 AM
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Originally Posted by JHedges2
Wahoo! Looks fantastic. Was hoping for more stadiums in the bigger leagues, but I am not disappointed as I mostly play BPL anyway. Glad they didn't remove QPR, Hull, or Burnley.

Can't wait for 16
That is good news but man what are EA doing with those La Liga stadiums. I would have expected to at least see the San Mamés or Sevilla's stadiums by now.
 
# 4 JHedges2 @ 08/03/15 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by RoyceDa59
That is good news but man what are EA doing with those La Liga stadiums. I would have expected to at least see the San Mamés or Sevilla's stadiums by now.

I agree mate I would be a lot more frustrated if I played those leagues more.

Although with that said, perhaps the reason I don't play them more is due to the lack of stadiums, branding, etc.


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# 5 JHedges2 @ 08/03/15 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Turbojugend
Fratton Park is a nice surprise, definitely didn't see that one coming. Also nice to see the relegated teams keeping their stadiums, this bodes well for the eventual inclusion of a bunch of Championship sides.

More MLS stadiums would have been cool (Providence Park and Stubhub Center next year, please EA?), but you can't have everything I suppose.

With MLS gaining popularity, I was quite surprised to see the MLS not get more love as well.


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# 6 jaa1980 @ 08/03/15 11:47 AM
Hoping for more than this, but at least they did not remove stadiums, haha. I like playing in BPL anways.
 
# 7 Turbojugend @ 08/03/15 11:54 AM
I've been saying this for years now, but what FIFA really needs is more smaller, generic stadiums. I believe the smallest is Aloha Park at around 10,000 capacity, which just doesn't work for League One or League Two sides that feature parks way under half that capacity.

Give us a 2,500 seater complete with rickety stands and a worn-out pitch, that's what FIFA is missing.
 
# 8 LionsFanNJ @ 08/03/15 11:58 AM
huh. I think theres a whole long line of League 2 to the EPL careers who will be using Portsmouth this year.

pretty cool.

Sad niether the Spanish nor Italian leagues got any new stadiums. At least Milan's stadium is real (until the new stadium is built in three years.)
 
# 9 KennyJ1976 @ 08/03/15 11:59 AM
So why did EA get that exclusive license for Spanish league stadiums again? PES 2013 had all 20 licensed stadiums for La Liga, EA felt threatened so they got an exclusive license for La Liga stadiums so PES couldn't have them, (mainly the Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu) and 3 years later, FIFA only has 4 La Liga stadiums. Very petty of EA, very petty. As much as I like FIFA, BS like this make me not want to support them.
 
# 10 RoyceDa59 @ 08/03/15 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by KennyJ1976
So why did EA get that exclusive license for Spanish league stadiums again? PES 2013 had all 20 licensed stadiums for La Liga, EA felt threatened so they got an exclusive license for La Liga stadiums so PES couldn't have them, (mainly the Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu) and 3 years later, FIFA only has 4 La Liga stadiums. Very petty of EA, very petty. As much as I like FIFA, BS like this make me not want to support them.
This, it is really sad.
 
# 11 bxphenom7 @ 08/03/15 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by KennyJ1976
So why did EA get that exclusive license for Spanish league stadiums again? PES 2013 had all 20 licensed stadiums for La Liga, EA felt threatened so they got an exclusive license for La Liga stadiums so PES couldn't have them, (mainly the Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu) and 3 years later, FIFA only has 4 La Liga stadiums. Very petty of EA, very petty. As much as I like FIFA, BS like this make me not want to support them.
Wow, I really dislike EA's practices.
 
# 12 Krebstar @ 08/03/15 12:40 PM
Really, really disappointed with them only adding 9 stadiums. I figured last year a precedent was set by them adding 12 Premier League stadiums, and I had hopes this year we'd get a ton of Bundesliga or La Liga stadiums.

If anything, a ton more generic stadiums would've been awesome.
 
# 13 speedtrucker @ 08/03/15 12:45 PM
this list is garbage. 1 Bundesliga, 0 la liga, 0 serie A.

Quote:
Originally Posted by KennyJ1976
So why did EA get that exclusive license for Spanish league stadiums again? PES 2013 had all 20 licensed stadiums for La Liga, EA felt threatened so they got an exclusive license for La Liga stadiums so PES couldn't have them, (mainly the Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu) and 3 years later, FIFA only has 4 La Liga stadiums. Very petty of EA, very petty. As much as I like FIFA, BS like this make me not want to support them.
this ^. such trash that La Liga has continued to get blocked out by EA. the most dominant league in Europe for the last decade to the point that EA buys up their rights... only to sit on them in favor of making sure that Watford gets their stadium done with laser precision. meanwhile Sevilla, Villareal, Athletic club, etc play in generic stadiums but will be making serious waves in Euro play all year.
 
# 14 dmacgreg37 @ 08/03/15 12:50 PM
Some may call it petty. Others would call it business. As you said, it was mainly about getting Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu. They got that, and took the league exclusive at the same time. 4 is better than none, which is what PES has, and people who are into La Liga are probably going to go with Fifa based partially on this. Sounds like a sound business move for EA.
 
# 15 Peter_OS @ 08/03/15 01:24 PM
Where's BMO field EA??

Give Toronto some love!
 
# 16 BigTimeTimmyJim @ 08/03/15 01:31 PM
Carrow Road is going to be a blast to play in....

Norwich manager mode confirmed.
 
# 17 dubcity @ 08/03/15 01:37 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by dmacgreg37
Some may call it petty. Others would call it business. As you said, it was mainly about getting Camp Nou and Santiago Bernabeu. They got that, and took the league exclusive at the same time. 4 is better than none, which is what PES has, and people who are into La Liga are probably going to go with Fifa based partially on this. Sounds like a sound business move for EA.

A sound business move that hurts the consumers. Yeah, I'm not patting them on the back for that, lol.
 
# 18 bad_philanthropy @ 08/03/15 01:50 PM
In a lot of ways it's too bad the budget and organizational scheme of the FIFA team doesn't allow for more stadiums implemented year to year. The NCAA Football series had fantastic, detailed stadiums, for nearly all of the 120 teams near the end. I'm not slagging the series or EA—just surprised there isn't some better tech or even workflow for this sort of thing.

I just don't understand how one year you can create around, what? 15 new stadiums for the Premier League, and then the next it goes down to 9?
 
# 19 bxphenom7 @ 08/03/15 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by dubcity
A sound business move that hurts the consumers. Yeah, I'm not patting them on the back for that, lol.
Second this!
 
# 20 asu666 @ 08/03/15 02:34 PM
Nice list. I appreciate the team continuing relegated BPL stadium licenses and adding Portsmouth to boot. I'd like to see more MLS stadia added. Seattle is a good addition; however, I'd like to see KC's and LA's stadiums added too. Columbus would be a good one too.
 

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