FIFA 19 is going big on the Spanish league with 16 brand new stadiums in the game.

In FIFA 19 you can pick any of the officially-licensed LaLiga clubs and play in their stadium in Career and Kick-Off modes, or add the item to your FIFA Ultimate Team club. However, PES still has the Camp Nou exclusively as part of its licensing deal with Barcelona.

Here are all 19 available stadiums (16 are new):

  • Estadio Mestalla (Valencia)
  • Estadio ABANCA-Riazor (Deportivo La Coruńa)
  • Estadio Benito Villamarín (Real Betis)
  • Estadio La Rosaleda (Málaga)
  • Estadio San Mamés (Athletic Bilbao)
  • Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán (Sevilla)
  • Coliseum Alfonso Pérez (Getafe)
  • Estadio de Gran Canaria (UD Las Palmas)
  • Estadio de la Cerámica (Villareal)
  • RCDE Stadium (Espanyol)
  • Estadio de Balaídos (Celta Vigo)
  • Municipal de Ipurua (Eibar)
  • Estadio Ciutat de Valčncia (Levante)
  • Estadio de Anoeta (Real Sociedad)
  • Municipal de Butarque (Leganés)
  • Estadio de Mendizorrotza (Alavés)
  • Estadio de Montilivi (Girona)
  • Santiago Bernabéu (Real Madrid)
  • Wanda Metropolitano (Atlético Madrid)

Elsewhere, over 200 new LaLiga player head scans were done to make the in-game faces look more realistic. FIFA 18 had the LaLiga broadcast package and, as expected, it returns for FIFA 19, so you get authentic team lineup shots and scoreboards.

EA Sports is the dominant force in football video game licensing, with rival Konami having to look to the likes of the Scottish, Russian and Turkish leagues for more modest wins. I bet EA Sports has an eye on Barcelona, though, having plucked the Champions League from Konami's home turf this year.

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