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Luton Town EA FC 24 – Kenilworth Road added to game

Luton Town’s home stadium, Kenilworth Road, is now available to use on the video game EA FC 24.

The new update has added the promoted club’s stadium to the game, meaning that all 20 clubs’ stadiums are now included.

Luton Town EA FC 24 – Stadium included in latest update

EA FC 24 launched in September 2023 with Luton’s stadium not originally included as promoted clubs’ stadiums are added later in the season. People who use an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 console can use the ground now, but gamers who own a Nintendo Switch, PC, mobile, PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X and S will have to wait until next week to receive the update.

Luton Town EA FC 24
Luton Town's Sonny Bradley lifts the trophy after their sides victory in the the Sky Bet Championship play-off final at Wembley Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Since Luton were promoted through the Championship play-offs in May, Electronic Arts (EA) have worked with the Hatters to ensure that it was included in the game in a later update. Luton announced the news on X.com (formerly Twitter) with the following statement: Our home in #FC24. Available on Gen 4 consoles today and Gen 5 consoles from Tuesday 23rd April!

‘Fans can experience Kenilworth Road in all of its glory’ – Luton Town EA FC 24 update announced

Luton’s ground joins over 100 other stadiums already available to players of EA FC 24. This is the second edition of the EA FC games, following FIFA’s decision to stop their relationship with EA after 30 years in September 2023.

Kenilworth Road has been Luton’s home ground since 1905, but the club are lining up plans to move to a new facility called Power Court in the near future. The target to complete Power Court Stadium is 2026 and the capacity is set to be around 19,500.

EA said: “Game developers have worked closely with the club to authentically represent the stadium as it stands today.

“From Kenilworth Stand to the David Preece stand, fans can experience Kenilworth Road in all of its glory.”


Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes, Goalkeeper.com, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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