If you’re a fan of eFootball game, then you’re definitely going to love this! On this page, we share facts about all the stadiums available in the eFootball 2023 video game.
The eFootball 2023 stadiums are all replicas of authentic “state-of-the-art” football stadiums around the world. What’s more interesting about these eFootball 2023 stadiums is the statistics and facts behind them. Let’s flick your surprises with those facts.
Facts About eFootball 2023 Stadiums
- Konami released 17 stadiums in eFootball 2023.
- The 17 eFootball 2023 stadiums are owned and used by 14 clubs from over 8 countries in the game. Stadio Olimpico is used by AS Roma and S.S. Lazio while San Siro is the new name assigned to Giuseppe Meazza. eFootball™ Stadium is a virtual stadiu owned by Konami.
- Spotify Camp Nou is the largest stadium in eFootball 2023. Nou Camp has a seating capacity of 99, 354 and a field size of 105 m x 68 m (115 yd x 74 yd). FC Barcelona owns Spotify Camp Nou.
- Gewiss Stadium, also known as Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia, is the smallest stadium in eFootball 2023. Gewiss Stadium has a seating capacity of 21, 747 and a field size of 105 m x 68 m (344 yd x 223 yd). Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia is owned by Stadio Atalanta S.r.l.
- There 4 new stadiums added to the eFootball™ series in eFootball 2023. They are:
- Giuseppe Meazza
- San Siro
- Gewiss Stadium (Atleti Azzurri d’Italia)
- Estadio Azteca
All New Stadiums in eFootball 2023
Additionally, if you were interested in knowing all the football stadiums released in eFootball 2023, please visit our page titled. “eFootball 2023 Stadiums: Complete List.”