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FIFA 13 Stadium List Revealed

This list isn't perhaps quite as exciting as the soundtrack list, but that's because with the soundtrack, there's new songs each year, with the stadiums, there's normally one or two more. It's a shame that the series hasn't modelled stadiums for some of the lower league teams yet for that would surely give it an advantage over rivals PES. The big name on the stadium front last year was the Etihad Stadium (Manchester City), but this season Spurs fans have something to write home about as they finally see their beloved White Hart Lane make an appearance for the first time. Here's the rest of the list of the arenas in which you'll be playing in come 28 September (Europe) and 25 September (US).

Akaaroa Stadium

Allianz Arena – Bayern Munich

Aloha Park

Amsterdam ArenA – Ajax

Anfield – Liverpool

Arena D’Oro

BC Place Stadium – Vancouver Whitecaps

British Modern

Camp Nou – Barcelona

Century Park Arena

Court Lane

Crown Lane

Eastpoint Arena

El Bombastico

El Medio

El Reducto

Emirates Stadium – Arsenal

Estadio Azteca – Club America, Mexico

Estadio Latino

Estadio Mestalla – Valencia

Estadio President G.Lopes

Estadio Vicente Calderon – Atletico Madrid

Estadio de las Artes

Estadio del Pueblo

Etihad Stadium – Manchester City

Euro Park

FIWC Stadium – (PS3 Only)

Forest Park Stadium

Imtech Arena - Hamburg

Ivy Lane

Juventus Stadium – Juventus

King Fahd Stadium *NEW* – Saudi Arabia

O Dromo

Old Trafford – Manchester United

Olimpico Arena

Olypmpiastadion – Hertha BSC

Parc des Princes – Paris Saint Germain

Pratelstvi Arena

San Siro – Inter Milan/AC Milan

Santiago Bernabeu – Real Madrid

Signal Iduna Park – Borussia Dortmund

Sports Direct Arena – Newcastle United

Stade Gerland – Olympique Lyonnais

Stade Kokoto

Stade Municipal

Stade Velodrome – Olympique de Marseille

Stade Olimpico – Lazio/Roma

Stadion 32,Maj

Stadion Europa

Stadion Hanguk

Stadion Neder

Stadion Olympik

Stamford Bridge - Chelsea

Town Park

Union Park Stadium

Veltins Arena – Schalke 04

Wembley Stadium – England

White Hart Lane *NEW* – Tottenham Hotspur


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