EA has confirmed that there will be five new stadiums coming to FIFA 21, with a sixth coming soon!
Keep reading for all the latest information on FIFA 21’s Stadiums.
Latest News – No Elland Road… yet
Elland Road is still expected to be on FIFA 21, just not in time for release.
The curtailed end to the season meant that EA ‘weren’t able to recreate’ Leeds’ home ground just yet.
However, five new stadiums have been confirmed. Portland Timbers stadium Providence Park is new to the game, as is Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes, the home of Granada CF.
In Germany, Union Berlin’s Stadion An der Alten Forsterei and Paderborn’s Benteler-Arena both look awesome.
EA Play gave us our first look at FIFA 21 almost two months ago!
In the trailer released during the EA Play event, we got glimpses of Anfield and Parc des Princes and the graphics look amazing!
Alongside Anfield and Parc des Princes, great stadiums like the Santiago Bernabeu, Signal Iduna Park and Old Trafford will also be on FIFA 21 once more.
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All current Premier League clubs (other than Leeds) will have their stadiums on the game.
There are also some cool new locations to show off your skills in Volta Football this year.
The five new locations on FIFA 21 Volta are: Dubai, Milan, Paris, Sao Paulo, and Sydney.
For the full list of FIFA 21 Stadiums and Volta Locations click here.
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