A few days before the launch of FIFA 21, EA Sports has just published the list of playable clubs and arenas in the game.
FIFA 21 even offers several exclusive competitions: Champions League, Europa League, Libertadores, Sudamericana, Premier League, Bundesliga and La Liga.
However, due to competition with the game PES, published by Konami, which contains exclusive, FIFA 21 will not be able to use certain clubs’ names, logos and jerseys.
In Argentina, Boca Juniors and River Plate are renamed Buenos Aires and Núñez.
For Serie A, Juventus will be Piedmont FC for the second season in a row and AS Roma Roma FC. FC Crotone will simply bear the name of the city of Crotone just like Spezia Calcio which will be La Spezia.
As for the Brazilian league, players will all have generic names and will not be part of the FIFA Ultimate Team.
A Brasileirão club is not available and has been named Oceânico FC without anyone knowing who is behind it (Palmeiras?, Bragantino?).
Finally, for the national elections, FIFA 21 has not been granted the rights to use logos and jerseys in the following countries: South Africa, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Colombia, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Hungary, Italy, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Slovenia, Switzerland, Venezuela.
For Brazil, FIFA 21 will be able to show the logo and the official jerseys, but not the names of the players. In addition, three countries have not granted any rights to FIFA for the use of their logo, jerseys and names of their players: Ecuador, India and Uruguay.
In terms of arenas, Ellan Road is missing for the Premier League and three Ligue 1 stadiums are included: Parc OL, Parc des Princes and Stade Vélodrome. San Siro will be the only available Serie A arena but this is exclusive to FIFA 21.