FIFA 23 will feature 12 new stadiums, including five licensed stadiums and two returning ones. EA has also revealed that there will be two new original stadiums coming to the game, as well as a full rebuild of Longville Stadium. Additionally, the game will feature a new transfer market, allowing players to trade players and stadiums.
FIFA 23 will feature 12 new stadiums, including five licensed and two generic ones. The new stadiums are: Allianz Stadium, La Bombonera, Europa-Park Stadium, Freiburg, El Sadar, Osasuna, Banc of California Stadium, LAFC, Longville Stadium, Oktigann Park, and a rebuilt Stade Louis II. There will be no transfer market, all players and stadiums are untradeable. Coins and FIFA points aren’t changing, there is only one account for all game modes.
FIFA 23 New Stadiums Video: FIFA 23 Update
This video is a quick look at all 12 new stadiums available in fifa 23. Among them 8 new stadiums such as: Manchester City Academy Stadium, Philips Stadion, Philips Stadion, Osasuna’s El Sadar stadium, Banc of California Stadium, Boca Juniors’ La Bombonera, and the Juventus Allianz Stadium.