Madden 24 Franchise Mode: How to relocate, all cities & more

Franco Diaz
How to relocate your Franchise mode team in Madden 24

Nothing is set in stone in Madden 24, which is why if you wish, you can relocate your team in Franchise Mode and change its name, logo, and uniforms. Here’s what you need to know about how to relocate a team in Madden 24 Franchise Mode.

Madden 24 offers engaging game modes where players can spend numerous hours, whether they’re playing Madden Ultimate Team, Superstar, H2H, or the Franchise Mode. The latter provides the option to relocate your team to another city, or even to another country.

This option is quite popular among players who engage with the Franchise mode. Every year, Madden’s devs add new related content, such as new relocation cities, uniforms, and more.

If you want to relocate your team in Madden 24 Franchise mode but don’t know how to do that, we’ve got you covered with a guide that outlines everything you need to know.

Madden 24: How to relocate your Franchise Mode team

Relocating your team in Madden 24 Franchise Mode might sound complex, but it’s simple. Follow the step-by-step guide below, and you’ll able to relocate your team to one of the 34 available cities in Madden 24:

  1. Start a Franchise Mode as an owner.
  2. Choose a team with a stadium rating below 20.
  3. Go ahead to the “Home” section, then head to the Stadium option. (If your stadium has a rating below 20, the chance to relocate should appear here)
  4. From there, you must pick a new city, jerseys, stadium, logo, and all the other team iconography.
  5. That’s all! You must wait for the Commissioner’s approval.
Huskies logo and uniforms in Madden 24
When you relocate your team in Madden 24, you must select a new name, logo, and uniform.

All relocation cities in Madden 24 Franchise Mode

When relocating your team in Madden 24, you have the option to choose from a total of 34 cities. In this new installment of the EA Sports franchise, the devs have added 15 new cities for relocation.

Check out the list of all 34 available cities to relocate your team in Madden 24 below:

  • Albuquerque, New Mexico – USA
  • Anchorage, Alaska – USA
  • Austin, Texas – USA
  • Brooklyn, New York – USA
  • Canton, Ohio – USA
  • Chicago, Illinois – USA
  • Columbus, Ohio – USA
  • Honolulu, Hawaii – USA
  • Houston, Texas – USA
  • Louisville, Kentucky – USA
  • Memphis, Tennessee – USA
  • Oakland, California – USA
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – USA
  • Omaha, Nebraska – USA
  • Orlando, Florida – USA
  • Portland, Oregon – USA
  • Sacramento, California – USA
  • Salt Lake City, Utah – USA
  • San Antonio, Texas – USA
  • San Diego, California – USA
  • St. Louis, Missouri – USA
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia – USA
  • Buenos Aires – Argentina
  • Dublin – Ireland
  • London – England
  • Melbourne – Australia
  • Mexico City – Mexico
  • Montreal – Canada
  • Paris – France
  • Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
  • San Juan – Puerto Rico
  • Tokyo – Japan
  • Toronto – Canada
  • Vancouver – Canada
Salt Lake City as a relocation point in Madden 24
Players will be able to choose from 34 cities to relocate their teams in Madden 24.

Best teams to relocate in Madden 24

Relocation will only be available for teams with a Stadium Rating below 20. Fan happiness will be an important factor, but what will truly determine if relocating your team in Madden 24 is viable will be the stadium rating stat.

Below you’ll find a list of the easiest teams to relocate in Madden 24 Franchise mode:

TeamFan HappinessStadium Rating
Tennessee TitansBad10
Buffalo BillsBad11
Tampa Bay BuccaneersBad14
Green Bay PackersBad20
New Orleans SaintsBad20

That’s all you need to know about how to relocate your team in Madden 24 Franchise Mode. If you want to learn more about the new EA Sports game, check out our other related guides.

Is Madden 24 on Xbox Game Pass? | Madden 24 PC requirements | Madden 24 Soundtrack | How to slide in Madden 24 | How to stiff arm in Madden 24 | How to throw passes in Madden 24 | How to hit stick in Madden 24

Related Topics

About The Author

Franco is a CharlieIntel Writer who plays lots of FPS and sports games. After graduating in Sports Journalism in Argentina, Franco freelanced in esports journalism covering main tournaments of CS:GO, VALORANT and League of Legends. Franco joined CharlieIntel in June 2023 and you can contact him at [email protected].