FIFA 18: Every stadium in the game

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Goal takes a look at the confirmed, and speculated, stadiums making their way into FIFA 18

FIFA 18 looms large on the horizon, and fans are clamouring to find out which stadiums will be included in the latest iteration of the world’s most popular football game.

EA Sports have thus far remained tight-lipped but, given their history, we can safely say that all 20 Premier League teams will have their stadiums faithfully brought to life.

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That means that Huddersfield Town and Brighton & Hove Albion’s homes – the John Smith’s Stadium and the Amex respectively – will be in the game.

White Hart Lane, however, will be gone, with Tottenham moving into Wembley for a season, while a recent gameplay trailer teased a potential MLS addition to the stadium roster.

Take a look below at the stadiums that you’ll be strutting your virtual stuff in this season!


AMEX STADIUM - BRIGHTON


Brighton stadium

The Seagulls won promotion to the Premier League from the Championship in 2016-17, as they finished second behind Newcastle and, as such, the Amex will feature in FIFA 18.

A stylish, modern stadium, it boasts a capacity of just over 30,000, and FIFA 18 will mark its debut in the series.


JOHN SMITH'S STADIUM - HUDDERSFIELD TOWN


Huddersfield stadium

Built in something of an old-fashioned style, the John Smith's Stadium has been the home of newly-promoted Huddersfield Town, as well as rugby league side Huddersfield Giants, since 1994 and will host Premier League football for the first time in 2017-18 after the club won the play-off final.


STUBHUB CENTER - LA GALAXY


Gyasi Zardes LA Galaxy

Confirmed in a recent trailer for The Journey, which follows fictional football star Alex Hunter, the StubHub Center will be in FIFA 18.

EA Sports have promised a "truly global journey" in this season's continuation of Hunter's story, and the recent trailer also showed the Galaxy locker room, so fans will be getting plenty of detail.


WANDA METROPOLITANO - ATLETICO MADRID


Atletico new stadium

This one isn't confirmed yet, but it's a pretty safe bet. The Estadio Vicente Calderon, Atletico Madrid's former home, was featured in FIFA 17, but the club are moving into new digs for the upcoming season, and one can assume that FIFA 18 will make the move with them, so Antoine Griezmann and Co. can play in their new home.


BEST OF THE REST


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FIFA has numerous stadiums every year, with all of the Premier League teams covered, as well as the European elite, including Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Goal has compiled a handy list of every club represented in the game; the generic stadiums are not listed.

PREMIER LEAGUE (ENGLAND) CLUB CAPACITY
Dean Court AFC Bournemouth 11,464
Emirates Stadium Arsenal 60,432
Amex Stadium Brighton & Hove Albion 30,750
Turf Moor Burnley 21,401
Stamford Bridge Chelsea 41,623
Selhurst Park Crystal Palace 26,309
Goodison Park Everton 39,572
John Smith's Stadium Huddersfield Town 24,500
King Power Stadium Leicester City 32,500
Anfield Liverpool 54,074
Etihad Stadium Manchester City 55,097
Old Trafford Manchester United 76,100
St James' Park Newcastle United 52,354
St Mary's Stadium Southampton 32,689
bet365 Stadium Stoke City 27,902
Liberty Stadium Swansea City 20,972
Wembley Tottenham Hotspur 90,000
Vicarage Road Watford 21,977
The Hawthorns West Bromwich Albion 26,500
London Stadium West Ham United 57,000
EFL CHAMPIONSHIP (ENGLAND) CLUB CAPACITY
Villa Park Aston Villa 42,790
KCOM Stadium Hull City 25,404
Riverside Middlesbrough 34,742
Carrow Road Norwich City 27,220
Loftus Road QPR 18,439
EFL LEAGUE ONE (ENGLAND) CLUB CAPACITY
Fratton Park Portsmouth 21,100
EUROPEAN STADIA CLUB CAPACITY
Allianz Arena Bayern Munich 75,000
Johan Cruijff Arena Ajax 54,033
Borussia Park Borussia Monchengladbach 46,287
Donbass Arena Shakhtar Donetsk 52,187
Mestalla Stadium Valencia CF 55,000
Juventus Stadium Juventus 41,507
Olympiastadion Hertha Berlin 74,475
Stade Velodrome Olympique Marseille 67,394
Parc des Princes PSG 48,583
San Siro AC Milan & Inter Milan 80,018
Santiago Bernabeu Real Madrid 81,044
Signal Iduna Park Borussia Dortmund 81,360
Veltins Arena Schalke 04 54,740
Volksparkstadion Hamburg SV 57,000
Wanda Metropolitano Atletico Madrid 68,000
REST OF THE WORLD STADIA CLUB CAPACITY
BC Place Stadium Vancouver Whitecaps 54,500
CenturyLink Field Seattle Sounders 67,000
Estadio Azteca Club America 87,000
King Abdullah Sports City Al Ittihad & Al Ahli 62,241
King Fahd International Stadium Al Hilal, Al Nassr & Al Shabab 68,752
La Bombonera Boca Juniors 49,000
El Monumental River Plate 61,688
StubHub Center LA Galaxy 27,000
Suita City Football Stadium Gamba Osaka 39,694

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