The big news from our FIFA 21 stadiums guide: there are five new grounds to play 11-a-side in this season. However, for now Leeds United isn’t one of them – the 2019/20 campaign ended too late for Elland Road to be added to FIFA 21, although EA says they’ll be patched in at a later date. More on that below, along with profiles of the five new locales that are included on disc, and the complete FIFA 21 stadiums list. Let’s get your FIFA 21 stadiums guide underway…
Providence Park (Portland Timbers)
The sole new addition to the MLS stadium set ahead of FIFA 21 plays host to the Portland Timbers. It’s the oldest pro soccer stadium still active in the US, with its debut match taking place in 1893, and its first use as a true stadium dating back to 1926. While most FIFA 20 players considered TIFOs to be a nonsense, Providence Park is famed for showcasing some of the most elaborate in Stateside sports.
Stadion An der Alten Försterei (Union Berlin)
Just four Bundesliga clubs started the 2019-20 season missing their official stadium in FIFA 20. The best known (Bayern Munich) has an exclusive deal with PES 2021, leaving Freiberg, Paderborn, and Union Berlin as the missing trio. However, Freiberg are moving to a new stadium next year, and Paderborn were relegated – making Union’s picturesque 22,012-capacity ground the lone Bundesliga addition in FIFA 21.