UFL: All licensed teams, stadiums & players

Nathan Warby
Ronaldo doing bicycle kick in UFL

UFL is looking to rival EA FC 24 by securing some of football’s biggest names as licenses, so here are all of the real teams, players, and stadiums that we know are appearing.

Going toe-to-toe with EA Sports FC is no easy task, but that’s exactly what free-to-play alternative UFL is looking to do. As football fans hop into the Open Beta, they might be wondering how many real teams and stadiums will be recreated in the new football sim.

So, here are all of the licensed UFL teams, players, and stadiums that have been confirmed so far.

UFL licensed teams

So far, six teams have officially confirmed that they’ve partnered with UFL to appear in the game. These sides from all across Europe are expected to have fully licensed crests, kits, and stadiums that you’ll be able to see once you hop in.

Check out all the confirmed teams in UFL below:

  • West Ham United
  • Sporting Lisbon
  • Shaktar Donetsk
  • Borussia Monchengladbach
  • Monaco
  • Besiktas

Scottish giants Celtic and Rangers were initially announced as partners, but both sides have since been added to EA FC as licensed clubs complete with stadiums, so it remains to be seen if they will also be included.

Cristiano Ronaldo hitting his popular SIU celebration
Ronaldo has signed on as a UFL partner.

UFL licensed players

Much like EA Sports FC, UFL has partnered with the FIFPRO World Players Union to bring authentic players to their game. The organization represents over 65,000 players, all of which can appear in the title with their real names and recreations of their likenesses.

However, a handful of major stars have emerged as official UFL partners, so you can expect detailed face scans of these players:

  • Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nassr)
  • Roberto Firmino (Al-Ahli)
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko (Arsenal)
  • Romelu Lukaku (Roma)
  • Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)

UFL licensed stadiums

The only licensed stadium to be officially confirmed in UFL is West Ham United’s London Stadium, as it has featured heavily in the marketing for the game. However, the devs have shown off another generic stadium set to feature and we expect the home grounds of all partner clubs to appear.

With this in mind, here are all the stadiums we expect to see in UFL so far:

  • London Stadium (West Ham United)
  • Borussia-Park (Borussia Monchengladbach)
  • Jose Alvalade Stadium (Sporting Lisbon)
  • Tupras Stadyumu (Besiktas)
  • Donbas Arena (Shaktar Donetsk)
  • Louis II Stadium (Monaco)
  • Hashtag United Arena (Hashtag United)
  • Estadio do Redentor (Generic)

The devs have also partnered with Hashtag United, a semi-professional English team founded by YouTuber ‘Spencer FC,’ to create their own stadium. Since being formed in 2016, the side have shared with fellow Essex-based clubs, but they’ll have their own home in UFL.

Those were all of the licensed teams, stadiums, and players we know about in UFL so far. We expect even more to be confirmed ahead of the full launch later in 2024, so we’ll keep this page updated with the latest details.

In the meantime, make sure you check out what EA FC 24 is doing to celebrate Euro 2024, including the Path to Glory and Greats of the Game promos.