We’re told on an annual basis that the upcoming version of FIFAis set to be the ‘most exciting yet’.

But with the release date for FIFA17 inching ever closer, it seems that this year more so than others there’s good reason to believe that the latest version of the game really is worthy of the hype.

Boasting a new FrostBite engine, the players appear more realistic than ever before. On top of that, we’ve told you how impressed we are by its all-new ‘Journey’ mode, the improved method for taking penalties and the changes to Career Mode.

But we’re not done yet.

Slated for release at the end of September, we’ve now had a glimpse at one of the news stadiums that will feature on FIFA17.

The imaginatively-named London Stadium (a stadium in London), is the new home of West Ham United following their summer move from Upton Park.

Images circulating on Twitter show how the 60,000-seater stadium will appear.

Although it’s clear that FIFA17’s makers have captured the home of the 2012 Olympic Games in stunning detail, we’re not sure if they’ve managed to include its ridiculously-large technical areas just yet.

Regardless of this, we’re sure West Ham fans will agree they’ve done a particularly impressive job.