Take your pick from all these stadiums available with the new edition of FIFA 21. Or build your own.
From Providence Park to the Benteler-Arena and Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes to Stadion An der Alten Försterei, FIFA 21 will launch with five new stadiums to play in and a sixth still to come.
While the later than planned end to the 2019/20 season meant Elland Road won’t launch when FIFA 21 releases in October, it will be patched in later on.
Curious about what awaits with the new edition of FIFA 21? We’ve summed it up for you right here.
FIFA 21: English Premier League Stadiums
Anfield is the home of Jurgen Klopp’s 2019/20 EPL champions Liverpool and boasts the famous Kop end, where one half of Merseyside gathers to support the Reds.
Bramall Lane is the historic home stadium of EPL club Sheffield United. One of the oldest grounds in world football, it even used to host Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Craven Cottage is the home stadium of EPL club Fulham, who ply their trade on the banks of the River Thames in west London. The Cottage was briefly home to a statue of Michael Jackson, thanks to previous owner Mohamed Al-Fayed.
The Emirates Stadium is home to EPL club Arsenal, replacing the north London side’s old Highbury home during the long reign of boss Arsene Wenger.
The Etihad Stadium is home to oil-rich EPL club Manchester City, who lucked out when they were gifted the ground following its initial use for the 2002 Commonwealth Games in the city. It replaced Maine Road as City’s HQ.
Goodison Park is the home stadium of EPL club Everton, who have been kicking towards the Gwladys Street End since 1892. The ground sits just across Stanley Park from rivals Liverpool’s Anfield home.
King Power Stadium
The King Power Stadium is home to surprise 2016 EPL champions Leicester City, who moved down the road from their old Filbert Street ground in 2002.
The London Stadium became the controversial new home to EPL club West Ham United in 2016. Repurposed from its original guise as the Olympic Stadium for the London 2012 Olympics, it replaced the much-loved Boleyn Ground – or Upton Park, if you prefer.
Molineux Stadium is the home to EPL club Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wolves were one of the first teams to play under floodlights at the ground, which has been partially redeveloped in recent years.
Old Trafford is the home to serial EPL champions Manchester United and the largest club stadium in England. The largest stand was renamed The Sir Alex Ferguson Stand to mark the retirement of the legendary manager.
Selhurst Park is the down-at-heel home stadium of EPL club Crystal Palace. The curious ground has a supermarket attached – and watch out for the eagle released before kick off at home games.
St James’ Park
St James’ Park is the iconic home stadium of EPL club Newcastle United. Football is religion in the north east of England and the home of the Toon Army looms like a cathedral over the city centre.
St Mary’s Stadium
St Mary’s Stadium is the home of EPL club Southampton, replacing the Saints’ atmospheric-but-tiny Dell ground in 2001.
Stamford Bridge is the home to EPL club Chelsea. Redeveloped in the 1990s, the west London stadium has hosted everything from athletics to speedway in the past, with the Blues currently looking for a move to a shiny new ground.
The Amex Stadium
The Amex Stadium has been the snazzy home of EPL club Brighton since 2011. The Seagulls were desperate to land at the ground in Falmer following years of ground-sharing as they bounced around the lower leagues after the demolition of the Goldstone Ground in 1997.
The Hawthorns Stadium is home to EPL club West Brom. The Black Country ground also reckons to be the highest above sea level of any league venue in the country.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the newest EPL ground, with Spurs moving into the see-through-tunnelled, cheese-bar-adorned venue on the site of their old White Hart Lane ground in 2019.
Turf Moor is the ancient stadium of EPL club Burnley. Exposed to the elements in the north west of England, the ground first hosted the Clarets back in 1883.
Villa Park is the home stadium of EPL club Aston Villa. The Birmingham venue has hosted more FA Cup semi-finals than any other ground.
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