Here's all the stadiums you can play in in FIFA 14

By Luke Caulfield , Updated Sep 19, 2013 07:46 AM EDT
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It may not be as interesting about new details for the Impact Engine, but it's something. EA Sports has revealed the full list of stadiums you'll be able to play in for FIFA 14. There's over 60 in all, with stadiums from all over Europe, South America, and more.

I'm hoping for the Zinedine Zidane headbutt DLC, but surely some readers out there will enjoy seeing their hometown turf being listed. The complete list is below:

- Akaaroa Stadium
- Allianz Arena - Bayern Munich & TSV 1860 Munich
- Aloha Park
- Amsterdam ArenA - Ajax
- Anfield - Liverpool FC
- Arena del Centenario - Uruguay
- Arena D'Oro
- BC Place Stadium - Vancouver Whitecaps
- Camp Nou - FC Barcelona
- Court Lane
- Crown Lane
- Donbass Arena - FC Shakhtar Donetsk
- Dromo
- Eastpoint Arena
- El Libertador
- El Monumento
- Emirates Stadium - Arsenal
- Estadio Azteca - Club America, Mexico
- Estadio de las Artes
- Estadio Mestalla - Valencia CF
- Estadio Nacional - Portugal
- Estadio Presidente G.Lopes
- Estadio Vicente Calderon - Atletico Madrid
- Etihad Stadium - Manchester City
- Euro Park
- FIWC Stadium - (available on PlayStation only)
- Forest Park Stadium
- Goodison Park - Everton
- Imtech Arena - Hamburg
- Ivy Lane
- Juventus Stadium - Juventus
- King Fahd International Stadium - Saudi Arabia
- La Bombonera -Boca Juniors
- La Canchita
- Molton Road
- Old Trafford - Manchester United
- Olympiastadion - Hertha BSC
- Parc des Princes - Paris Saint Germain
- San Siro - Inter Milan/AC Milan
- Sanderson Park
- Santiago Bernabéu - Real Madrid
- Signal Iduna Park - Borussia Dortmund
- St James' Park - Newcastle United
- Stade Gerland - Olympique Lyonnais
- Stade Kokoto
- Stade Municipal
- Stade Velodrome - Olympique de Marseille
- Stadio Classico
- Stadio Comunale
- Stadio Olimpico - Lazio/Roma
- Stadion 23. Maj
- Stadion Europa
- Stadion Hanguk
- Stadion Neder
- Stadion Olympik
- Stamford Bridge - Chelsea
- Town Park
- Union Park Stadium
- Veltins-Arena - Schalke 04
- Waldstadion
- Wembley Stadium - England
- White Hart Lane - Tottenham Hotspur

FIFA 14 will launch across North America on Sept. 24, 2013 and three days later in Europe on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. Looking to next-gen systems, it'll hit the PS4 on Nov. 15 in North America and Nov. 29 in Europe, and the Xbox One version releasing on Nov. 22.

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