EA Sports have revealed stadiums list of over 70 stadiums for FIFA 17 on the official website, of which 49 stadiums are fully licensed. You can check the full list below.

Premier League

Anfield
Emirates Stadium
Etihad Stadium
Goodison Park
King Power Stadium
KCOM Stadium
London Stadium
Liberty Stadium
Old Trafford
Riverside Stadium
St. Mary’s Stadium
Stadium of Light
Stamford Bridge
Stoke City FC Stadium
Selhurst Park
Turf Moor
The Hawthorns
Vicarage Road
Vitality Stadium
White Hart Lane

Ligue 1

Orange Vélodrome
Parc des Princes

Bundesliga

Allianz Arena
BORUSSIA-PARK
Olympiastadion
Signal Iduna Park
Veltins Arena
Volksparkstadion

International stadium

Wembley Stadium

Rest of the world

Donbass Arena

Calcio A

Juventus Stadium
San Siro

MLS

BC Place Stadium
CenturyLink Field

Eredivisie

Amsterdam ArenA

LaLiga Santander

Estadio Mestalla
Estadio Vicente Calderón
Santiago Bernabéu

LIGA Bancomer MX

Estadio Azteca

Primera División

El Monumental
La Bombonera

Dawry Jameel

King Abdullah Sports City
King Fahd Stadium

Meiji Yasuda J1

Suita City Football Stadium

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Al Jayeed Stadium
Aloha Park
Arena del Centenario
Arena D’Oro
Court Lane
Crown Lane
Eastpoint Arena
El Grandioso
El Libertador
Estadio de las Artes
Estadio El Medio
Estadio Presidente G.Lopes
Euro Park
FIWC Stadium
Forest Park Stadium
Ivy Lane
Molton Road
O Dromo
Sanderson Park
Stade Municipal
Stadio Classico
Stadio Olimpico
Stadion 23. Maj
Stadion Europa
Stadion Hanguk
Stadion Neder
Stadion Olympik
Town Park
Union Park Stadium
Waldstadion

We can see that Japanese stadium is featuring in as J-league is added. And there is no camp nou. FIFA 17 will be released on 27th, and 29th for the rest of the world for PS3, PS4, PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360.