EA has announced the latest FIFA game which is FIFA 15. In this game, they’ve focused the visualization such as football players breathing and tons of other small yet entertaining additions. You can also notice animated LED billboards which undoubtedly give an original outlook. The game will be exclusively released on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC.

FIFA 15: Complete List of Stadiums Released

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Today the EA Sports has released the complete list of Stadiums that will be featured in the new series of Fifa. There are Total 40 stadiums you can see the whole list below.

Argentina

  • La Bombonera – Boca Juniors

Canada

  • BC Place Stadium – Vancouver Whitecaps

England

  • Anfield – Liverpool FC
  • Boleyn Ground – West Ham United
  • Britannia Stadium – Stoke City
  • Emirates Stadium – Arsenal
  • Etihad Stadium – Manchester City
  • Goodison Park – Everton
  • King Power Stadium – Leicester City
  • Liberty Stadium – Swansea City
  • Loftus Road – Queens Park Rangers
  • Old Trafford – Manchester United
  • Selhurst Park – Crystal Palace
  • St. James’ Park – Newcastle United
  • St. Mary’s Stadium – Southampton
  • Stadium of Light – Sunderland
  • Stamford Bridge – Chelsea FC
  • The Hawthorns – West Bromwich Albion
  • The KC Stadium – Hull City
  • Turf Moor – Burnley
  • Villa Park – Aston Villa
  • Wembley Stadium – England
  • White Hart Lane – Tottenham Hotspur

France

  • Parc des Princes – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Stade Gerland – Olympique Lyonnais

Germany

Allianz Arena – Bayern München, TSV 1860 München
Imtech Arena – Hamburger SV
Olympiastadion – Hertha BSC
Signal Iduna Park – Borussia Dortmund
Veltins-Arena – FC Schalke 04

Italy

  • Juventus Stadium – Juventus
  • San Siro/Stadio Giuseppe Meazza – AC Milan, Inter
  • Stadio Olimpico – Lazio, Roma

Mexico

  • Estadio Azteca – Club América, Mexico

The Netherlands

  • Amsterdam ArenA – Ajax, The Netherlands

Saudi Arabia

  • King Fahd International Stadium – Al Hial, Al Nassr, Al Shabab

Spain

  • Camp Nou – FC Barcelona
  • Estadio Vicente Calderon – Atlético de Madrid
  • Mestalla – Valencia
  • Santiago Bernabéu – Real Madrid

Ukraine

  • Donbass Arena – Shakhtar Donetsk