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FIFA 22 new leagues, teams & stadiums list

Published: 1/Jul/2021 17:00 Updated: 11/Jul/2021 18:21

by Bill Cooney

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EA Sports are adding all sorts of new leagues, teams and stadiums to FIFA 22, so we’ve put together a list of all the rumors and confirmed new content ahead of the game’s release later on this year.

There’s been no official word just yet from EA Sports on what new content we’ll be seeing in FIFA 22 when it comes out, but that hasn’t stopped players from searching high and low for the latest info.

Lucky for us, leakers and data miners are hard at work digging into the game’s code for clues, and could give us some hints to what’s headed our way before EA breaks the news.

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Since it’s too early to tell what will be arriving for sure, we’ll run through the leagues, team and stadium rumored to be included in the title here. There are some very interesting names floating around already, and we’re sure to get more info as 2021 rolls along.

New teams in FIFA 22

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A good number of smaller clubs from around the world could be getting added to FIFA 22.

On June 29, Futwatch (part of the Dexerto network) tweeted out a list of clubs that had apparently been added to FIFA 21, but most likely in anticipation of FIFA 22.

It’s a seemingly random, scattershot of teams, some of which are even defunct or no longer operational — though some are speculating they could have something to do with the new ICON players, we still don’t know for sure.

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Below is a list of all the teams:

  • Go Ahead Eagles
  • Apoel FC
  • G.D. Estoril Praia
  • Altay SK
  • Adana Demirspor
  • FC U Craiova 1948
  • FC Viktoria 1889 Berlin
  • Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio
  • Iperzola
  • FC Presnya Moscow
  • CIS national football team
  • ATK Football Club
  • Concordia Knurow
  • Real Tamale United
  • AS Dragons FC de l’Ouémé
  • RC Paris
  • B. Dortmund II
  • SC Freiburg II
  • Sutton United
  • Radomiak Radom
  • SC Toulon
  • FC Vizela
  • FC Mulhouse
  • Giresunspor
  • Hangzhou Greentown
  • Varese
  • Viareggio
  • GKS Tychy
  • Termalica
  • Arouca
  • Quevilly Rouen
  • Al Tai
  • Tampa Bay Rowdies
  • RFC Seraing
  • Itagui Leones FC
  • CS Mioveni
  • Viborg FF
  • Austria Klagenfurt
  • Ferencvarosi TC
  • Wrexham AFC
  • N.E.C.
  • Union SG
  • Hajduk Split
  • FC Rapid 1923
  • Grasshopper Club

New leagues in FIFA 22

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According to rumors FIFA 22 could be adding a slew of lower tier leagues from all sorts of countries.

Along with the reveal of the FIFA 22 trailer on July 11 came another huge dump of info on the upcoming game, and it seems India and Brazil will be adding more pro leagues to the game. The trailer also confirmed the England National League being added, as the players were throwing down on the pitches of Division 5 teams Woking, Barnet, and Stockport, if you look closely.

Thanks to our good friends over at FUT Watch we also know FIFA 22 should be in store for the arrival of teams from a variety of smaller leagues. Everything that’s been leaked so far is listed below:

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  • Indian Super League
  • Brasileirão Série B
  • England Division Five (National League) — Confirmed
  • Liga Cyprus
  • Magyar Liga
  • Polish 5th level

New stadiums in FIFA 22

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We can’t wait to see what FIFA 22 does with some of football’s most famous pitches, and a few lesser-known ones as well.

Well-known FIFA insider FutZoneCentral has leaked several new stadiums.

The most famous of the new additions is the Estádio do Dragão, which many argue is the jewel of Portuguese football. League heavyweights FC Porto have played out of the iconic 50,000-capacity arena. It hosted the most recent Champions League final, where Chelsea beat Manchester City 1–0 in an all-English affair.

Here’s the stadiums that have been leaked so far:

Banc of California Stadium – Los Angeles FC

  • Capacity: 22,000

Estádio da Luz – Benfica

  • Capacity: 64,000

Estádio do Dragão – Porto

  • Capacity: 50,000

Estadio Ramón de Carranza – Cadiz FC

  • Capacity: 25,000

Schüco Arena – DSC Arminia Bielefeld

  • Capacity: 26,000

El Sadar – Osasuna

  • Capacity: 23,500

For more info on FIFA 22 check out our official hub for all the leaks on the upcoming game, and follow along with us on Twitter @UltimateTeamUK for the latest updates as they happen.

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