The FIFA 19 demo is live now, allowing players to take on the role of ten different teams, while also providing a glimpse at the final chapter of The Journey. Players around the world have been trying out the new Kick-Off options and Alex Hunter’s final moments in the sun. As with every new FIFA game, EA Sports has added in several new stadiums. What are the FIFA 19 new stadiums? How many stadiums are in FIFA 19? All is revealed below.
FIFA 19 New Stadiums: What are the New Stadiums in FIFA 19?
In total, there are five new officially licensed stadiums in FIFA 19. As usual, EA has added in each of the three promoted Premier League teams home-grounds into the game. Alongside them, however, are two new stadiums. The full list of new FIFA 19 stadiums is as follows (team in brackets):
- Signal Idunda Park (Borussia Dortmund)
- Craven Cottage (Fulham)
- Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff City)
- Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
- Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham Hotspur)
In recent years, Borussia Dortmund has been an official partner of Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer. This time, however, Dortmund is now an official partner of FIFA. This means that their stadium, manager, and player likenesses will all be there, and of high detail. Tottenham Hotspur, too, is now an official partner club of FIFA. Despite still not being ready, the swanky new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is in FIFA 19 and looks just as it will in real life.
FIFA 19 Stadiums: How Many Stadiums are in FIFA 19?
Not including all of the generic stadiums, there is a grand total of 73 officially licensed stadiums to play on in FIFA 19. Every Premier League club, most La Liga sides, and a few Bundesliga stadiums join a whole lot more from all around the world. There are 29 generic stadiums in the game, too. The full list of FIFA 19 stadiums, both returning, and new, can be found here.