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It’s the time of year again when all football fans start to go a bit mental. It’s almost time for FIFA 23, and that means there are loads of details to be poured over. The clubs, the leagues, and yes, the stadiums. There are plenty of reasons for fans to get excited. That’s why we’ve put together this comprehensive list of all the licensed stadiums in FIFA 23.
All the Licensed Stadiums in FIFA 23
FIFA games have a history of coming with some of the biggest licensed properties in the football world. Of course, these licenses typically include famous football clubs, as well as entire leagues and their associated logos and details. One of the biggest parts of that is the swathe of licensed stadiums that will allow players to enjoy a match almost anywhere in the world in a recognizable stadium to football fans. We’ve listed off all of the stadiums that we know about in the lists below, though just like with our League’s list a lot of this is coming from leakers, so take it with a pinch of salt.
- Spotify Camp Nou (FC Barcelona)
- Allianz Arena (FC Bayern)
- Allianz Stadium (Juventus)
- Stadio Olimpico (Rome / Lazio)
- City Ground Stadium (Nottingham Forest)
Right now, these are the only confirmed stadiums coming to the game, though with any luck we should see a fair few more coming in. This has been declared as EA’s biggest, and last, FIFA title, so by rights they should top the 100 stadiums included in last year’s entry. We’ll be sure to update this article with more details as they come in, so keep your eyes glued to this page to stay informed.
Other FIFA 23 Details
If you’ve got a hankering for more information on FIFA 23, you can check out these articles below for the important deets: