Complete Argentina 2021 + South America + Rest of the World Club Cups

Colgado

Club Supporter
Hi, awesome Soccergaming community !!

As the year comes to an end it was about time to bring you the 2021 Argentinian season along with all the continental club cups, massive stadium updates, all the updated rosters for argentinian clubs and south american clubs competing in this year's Libertadores and Sudamericana cups, as well as most stadiums for the clubs competing in them. Also, a good bunch of clubs from other confederations playing their corresponding continental cups. Career mode works for argentinian teams of all divisions up to 3 or 4 seasons, until it inevitably becomes completely distorted due to the bizarre promotion-relegation system that still maims football in this country. For the other southamerican countries, one season is guaranteed, i tried to make it work for at least two or more without much luck, unfortunately.

I also created continental fantasy leagues with the teams qualified for the knock out stages of the continental cups, plus other popular or significant teams. Qualification to Recopa Sudamericana, Suruga Bank and FIFA Club world cup can be played from any of these leagues.

Here goes the content list:

Primera A: (26 teams, 28 stadiums) Copa de la LPF + Torneo de Primera Division + Trofeo de Campeones de la LPF

River Plate
Boca Juniors
Independiente (Avellaneda)
Racing Club (Avellaneda)
San Lorenzo
Huracan
Estudiantes (La Plata)
Gimnasia (La Plata)
Newell's
Rosario Central
Velez
Argentinos
Banfield
Lanus
Arsenal (Sarandi)
Defensa y Justicia
Sarmiento (Junin)
Platense
Patronato
Union (Santa Fe)
Colon (Santa Fe)
Atletico Tucuman
Talleres (Cordoba)
Godoy Cruz
Aldosivi
Central Cordoba (Santiago del Estero)

Antonio Vespucio Liberti (edited crowds, banners, and textures)
La Bombonera
Libertadores de America
Cilindro de Avellaneda
Pedro Bidegain (edited crowds)
Tomas Adolfo Duco (edited crowds)
Jorge Luis Hirshi (new version)
Juan Carmelo Zerillo (new version)
Marcelo Bielsa
Gigante de Arroyito (fixed textures)
Jose Amalfitani (fixed crowd and textures)
Diego Armando Maradona (fixed crowd and textures)
Florencio Sola (edited crowds)
Nestor Diaz Perez (fixed textures)
Julio Humberto Grondona
Norberto Tomaghello (new version)
Eva Peron (new version)
Ciudad de Vicente Lopez (new version)
Presbitero Bartolome Grella
15 de Abril (fixed crowds and textures)
Brigadier Lopez (new version)
Jose Fierro Iedited crowds)
La Boutique de Barrio Jardin (new version)
Feliciano Gambarte
Adolfo Lopez (old legendary stadium of Aldosivi, already demolished but fun to have in game)
Alfredo Terrera
San Juan del Bicentenario (fixed crowds, venue for the final of the Copa de la LPF
Madre de Ciudades (venue for the final of the Trofeo de Campeones de la LPF)


Nacional B: (35 teams, divided in two zones, one of 17 and one of 18, 36 stadiums) Torneo Nacional B Zonas 1 y 2 + Nacional B Final + Nacional B Reducido

Zone A:
Deportivo Maipu
Deportivo Riestra
Alvarado
Belgrano (Cordoba)
Quilmes
San Martin (Tucuman)
Tigre
Chacarita
Atlanta
Nueva Chicago
Almirante Brown
Estudiantes (Caseros)
Estudiantes (Rio IV)
Gimnasia (Mendoza)
Argentino Agropecuario
Temperley
Mitre (Santiago del Estero)

Zone B:
Defensores de Belgrano
All Boys
Ferro
Almagro
Instituto (Cordoba)
Güemes (Santiago del Estero)
Tristan Suarez
Gimnasia (Jujuy)
Independiente Rivadavia (Mendoza)
San Telmo
San Martin (San Juan)
Ramon Santamarina
Deportivo Moron
Brown de Adrogue
Villa Dalmine
Guillermo Brown (Pto. Madryn)
Barracas Central
Atletico Rafaela

Juan Pasquale (old TV broadcast orientation)
Omar Inginio Sperduti (new version)
Julio Cesar Villagra (edited crowds)
Centenario de Quilmes
Ciudadela de Tucuman (fixed textures)
Jose Dellagiovana
18 de Julio
Republica de Mataderos (edited crowds)
Ciudad de Caseros (edited crowds)
León Kolbowsky (new version)
Doctores Juan y Antonio Castiglione (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Victor Legrotaglie (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Guillermo Laza
Fragata Sarmiento
Ofelia Rosenzuaig (fixed textures)
Jose Maria Minella
Antonio Candini (panin's version with added crowds in empty stands)
Alfredo Beranger (fixed textures and crowds)
Nuevo Francisco Urbano (edited crowds)
Nuevo Monumental de Rafaela
Hilario Sanchez (new version)
Islas Malvinas (edited crowd)
Lorenzo Arandilla (edited crowd)
Arquitecto Etcheverri (new version, although not the current remodeled stadium)
23 de Agosto (edited crowds)
Bautista Gargantini
Alta Cordoba (edited crowds)
3 de Febrero (edited crowds)
Municipal General San Martin (new version)
Coliseo de Mitre y Puccini (new version)
Raul Conti (new version)
Osvaldo Baletto (edited crowds)
20 de Octubre (edited crowds, fixed textures)
Arturo Miranda
Chiqui Tapia (edited crowds)
Mario Alberto Kempes (venue for the Nacional B 1st promotion final)

Primera B Metropolitana: (17 teams, 16 stadiums) Torneo de Primera B* + Reducido de Ascenso de Primera B
* The actual format this season had Apertura and Clausura tournaments, with both winners playing the promotion final, for the 2nd promotion tournament, the accumulated points during the season were considered to qualify and I couldn't find a way to get it work, therefore I stuck to the old system, one tournie of two rounds, champion promotes and "reducido" for teams from 2nd to 9th.

Fenix
Comunicaciones
Los Andes
Flandria
Sacachispas
Defensores Unidos
Cañuelas
Acassuso
Colegiales
San Miguel
Ferrocarril Urquiza
Justo Jose de Urquiza
Argentino (Quilmes)
Talleres (Remedios de Escalada)
Villa San Carlos
Deportivo Armenio
Deportivo Merlo

Eduardo Gallardon (fixed textures)
Carlos V (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Beto Larrosa (new version)
Gigante de Villa Fox
Jorge Alfredo Arin (edited crowds)
La Quema de Boulogne (edited crowds)
Libertarios Unidos (new version)
Alfredo Ramos (fixed textures)
Monumental de Villa Lynch
Barraca Quilmeña (edited crowds)
Remedios de Escalada
Genacio Salice
Los Polvorines (fixed textures)
Armenia (edited crowds)
Jose Manuel Moreno (edited crowds)
Ramon Roque Martin
Juan Pasquale (TV broadcast orientation, used for Fenix, although this season the team played home at Jose Manuel Moreno stadium)

Torneo Federal A: (31 teams, divided in North Zone and South Zone, 15 and 16 teams each, 32 stadiums) Torneo Federal A North and South + Promotion Final + Reducido

North:
Crucero del Norte
Boca Unidos
Douglas Haig
Juventud Unida (Gualeguaychu)
Sportivo Las Parejas
Defensores de Belgrano (Villa Ramallo)
Central Norte
Chaco For Ever
Sarmiento (Resistencia)
Gimnasia y Tiro (Salta)
Sportivo Belgrano (San Francisco)
Racing (Cordoba)
Gimnasia (Concepcion del Uruguay)
Union (Sunchales)
Defensores (Pronunciamiento)

South:
Villa Mitre
Olimpo
Estudiantes (San Luis)
Juventud Unida Universitario (San Luis)
Sol de Mayo
Cipolletti
Camioneros
Independiente (Chivilcoy)
Deportivo Madryn
Sportivo Desamparados
Ferro (General Pico)
Sansinena
Circulo Deportivo Nicanor Otamendi
Peñarol (San Juan)
Ciudad de Bolivar
Huracan Las Heras

Salomon Boeseldin
Comandante Guacurari
Miguel Morales
Leoncio Benitez (edited crowd)
De los Eucaliptos
La Perrera (fixed textures, edited crowd)
Luis Güemes (fixed textures)
Juan Alberto Garcia (fixed textures, edited crowd)
Gigante del Norte
Centenario de Resistencia (fixed textures)
Oscar Boero (fixed textures)
Miguel Sancho (new version)
Manuel y Ramón Núñez
Fortaleza del Bicho (fixed textures)
Delio Esteban Cardozo
Roberto Carminatti (edited crowds)
Héctor Odicino-Pedro Benoza (new version)
Mario Sebastián Diez
Albiceleste (fixed textures)
La Visera de Cemento (fixed textures)
Hugo Moyano (fixed textures)
Raul Orlando Lugarzo (new)
Abel Sastre (fixed textures)
El Serpentario
Coloso De Barrio Talleres (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Fortin de Bahia Blanca
Luis Molina (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Guillermo Trama (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Ramon Pablo Rojas
Municipal Eva Peron (new)
General San Martin (new version)
Juan Gilberto Funes (edited crowd, venue for the Federal A 1st promotion final)


Primera C: (19 teams, 19 stadiums) Torneo Primera C* + Reducido
* This case is the same as the Primera B Metropolitana, I maintained the old format of one championship with two rounds although the actual 2021 tournament has an Apertura/Clausura format (which I hate, by the way, he)

Central Cordoba (Rosario)
Lujan
Leandro Niceforo Alem
Atlas
Deportivo Español
Deportivo Italiano
Deportivo Laferrere
Argentino (Merlo)
Ferrocarril Midland
Ituzaingo
Berazategui
Sportivo Dock Sud
El Porvenir
San Martin (Burzaco)
Claypole
Excursionistas
Real Pilar
General Lamadrid
Victoriano Arenas

Gabino Sosa (fixed textures)
Ricardo Puga (new version)
General Rodriguez (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Nueva España (edited crowds)
Norman Lee
Garrafa Sanchez (fixed textures)
De Los Inmigrantes (edited crowds)
Francisco Ghersinich (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Ciudad de Libertad
Carlos Alberto Sacaan
Municipal de Lujan (edited crowds)
Francisco Boga (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Republica de Italia (fixed textures)
Pampa y Miñones (fixed textures)
Merlo Norte (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Rodolfo Vicente Capocasa (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Enrique VI (fixed textures)
Carlos Barraza (new version)
Saturnino Moure (fixed textures)

There is more, of course, it's coming in a minute...
 

Colgado

Club Supporter
Continuing with the patch's presentation,


Primera D: (12 teams, 7 stadiums) Torneo Primera D* + Reducido
* As for Primera B Metropolitana and Primera C, the 5th level league has also featured an Apertura/Clausura format but in the patch you'll find the old 2 rounds championship with the 7 teams Reducido.


Liniers
Defensores de Cambaceres
Argentino (Rosario)
Atletico Lugano
Central Ballester
Centro Español
Deportivo Muñiz
Deportivo Paraguayo
Juventud Unida (San Miguel)
Puerto Nuevo
Yupanqui
Sportivo Barracas


12 de Octubre (fixed textures)
Jose Martin Olaeta
Jose Maria Moraños (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Luis Vallejos (Deportivo Muñiz used to play home at this stadiums many seasons ago. Currently the team plays at Deportivo Malvinas stadium, but there is no model for it)
Ciudad de San Miguel (edited crowds)
Juan Antonio Arias (edited crowds)
Ruben Carlos Vallejos (fixed textures)


Regional Amateur: (20 teams, 5 stadiums) Two fantasy leagues (North and South) Rosters are not updated for this division.
I selected the most popular teams I had available for this league, which would be the 4th level division on the "interior" side. Teams from this league (than in reality contains more than 300 teams) promote to the Federal A.

North:
Sportivo Patria
Guarani Antonio Franco
Juventud Antoniana
San Lorenzo (Alem)
Union Aconquija
San Martin (Formosa)
Altos Hornos Zapla
San Jorge (Tucuman)
Concepcion FC (Tucuman)
Sol de America (Formosa)

South:
Atletico Parana
Libertad de Sunchales
Union (Villa Krause)
Pacifico (General Alvear)
Rivadavia (Lincoln)
Deportivo Rincon de los Sauces
Independiente (Neuquen)
Deportivo Roca
Gutierrez (Mendoza)
Germinal (Rawson)

Clemente Fernandez de Oliveira (full new version)
Fray Honorato Pistoia (still crowd)
Bicentenario Ciudad de Catamarca (fixed textures)
17 de Octubre (still crowd)
Pedro Mutio (edited crowd)


Wait, but there should be more... !

Yes, of course there is more, ha. Just wait a minute...
 

Colgado

Club Supporter
This year, the other 9 south american leagues have many more teams and stadiums. All the teams that qualified for the Libertadores and most of those that played the Sudamericana have their stadiums with full crowds. These teams have also their rosters up to date.

Here go the lists by country:

Bolivia: (17 teams, 8 stadiums)

Teams:

Bolivar
The Strongest
San Jose (Oruro)
Oriente Petrolero
Universitario de Sucre
Aurora

Jorge Wilstermann
Real Potosi
Petrolero de Yacuba
Nacional Potosi
Ciclon de Tarija
Sport Boys Warnes
Blooming
Royal Pari
Palmaflor
Always Ready

Stadiums:

Hernando Siles (new version)
Tahuichi Aguilera
Olimpico Patria
Gilberto Parada (new)
Felix Capriles
Victor Benjamin Ugarte
Municipal de Quillacollo (new)
Villa Ingenio (new)
* Thanks to panin for the FIFA 21 models of Villa Ingenio and Quillacollo. Unfortunately, textures for the Villa Ingenio stadium are a bit conflictive. I suggest always play in this stadium not later than 4pm and clear weather.


Brazil: (32 teams, separated in two divisions, 20 teams for the brasileirao and 12 selected teams for a fantasy version of the serie B, 19 stadiums)

Brasileirao:

Palmeiras
Fluminense
Sao Paulo
Atletico Mineiro
Athletico Paranaense
Corinthians
Flamengo
Inter (Porto Alegre)
Santos
Bahia
Gremio
Juventude
Fortaleza
Sport Recife
Ceara
America (Minas Gerais)
Atletico Goianiense
Chapecoense
Bragantino
Cuiaba

Serie B (Fantasy)

Botafogo
Cruzeiro
Vasco da Gama
Vitoria (Bahia)
Goias
Ponte Preta
Coritiba
Figueirense
Parana
Joinville
Santa Cruz
Avai


Stadiums:

Maracana
Allianz Parque
Morumbi
Independência
Arena da Baixada
Arena Corinthians
Beira-Rio
Vila Belmiro
Fonte Nova
Arena do Grêmio
Castelão
Ilha do Retiro
Serra Dourada
Arena Condá
Nabi Abi Chedid
Nilton Santos
Mineirao
São Januário
Moises Lucarelli
FE Arena Brazil (with crowds)


Chile: (21 teams, 19 stadiums)

Teams:

Universidad de Chile
Colo-Colo
Universidad Catolica
Universidad de Concepcion
Audax Italiano
Union Española
Cobresal
Cobreloa
Huachipato
Santiago Wanderers
Palestino
O'Higgins
Deportes Iquique
Antofagasta
Union La Calera
Everton (Viña del Mar)
San Marcos (Arica)
Curico Unido
San Luis Quillota
Temuco
Coquimbo Unido


Stadiums:

Julio Martinez Pradanos
Bicentenario de La Florida
San Carlos de Apoquindo
Elias Figueroa Brander (no crowd)
Santa Laura
El Cobre (new)
Zorros del Desierto (panin's version, no crowd)
David Arellano
Compañia de Acero del Pacifico (panin's version)
La Cisterna (fixed textures)
El Teniente
Tierra de Campeones (Iquique)
Bicentenario Calvo y Bascuñan (fixed textures, edited crowd)
Ester Roa
Nicolás Chahuán Nazar (new version of the remodeled stadium)
Sausalito (edited crowds)
La Granja (edited crowds)
German Becker (fixed textures, no crowd)
Francisco Sanchez Rumoroso (no crowd)


Colombia: (26 teams, separated in two leagues, 20 for the Liga Di Mayor, and 6 in a fantasy 2nd division, 13 stadiums)

Liga Dimayor:

Atletico Nacional (Medellin)
Independiente (Medellin)
Independiente Santa Fe
Millonarios (Bogota)
Junior de Barranquilla
Deportivo Cali
America de Cali
Once Caldas
Cucuta Deportivo
Deportes Tolima
Deportivo Pasto
La Equidad
Envigado
Patriotas (Boyaca)
Atletico Huila
Aguilas Doradas
Alianza Petrolera
Jaguares de Cordoba
Bucaramanga
Deportivo Pereira

2nd Divsion (Fantasy):

Boyaca Chico
Orsomarso
Fortaleza de Bogota
Cortulua
Tigres de Bogota
Itagui Leones


Stadiums:

Atanasio Girardot
Roberto Melendez
Palmaseca
Nemesio Camacho
Palogrande
Francisco Rivera Escobar
Murillo Toro (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Departamental Libertad
Metropolitano de Techo (new full version)
La Independencia
Alberto Grisales
Jaraguay
Alfonso Lopez (no crowd)
Pascual Guerrero
Hernan Ramirez Villegas (no crowd)


Ecuador: (16 teams, 12 stadiums)


Teams:

Emelec
Barcelona (Guayaquil)
Liga Deportiva Universitaria
Liga de Loja
Deportivo Cuenca
Mushuc Runa
Delfin de Manta
El Nacional de Quito
Universidad Catolica (Quito)
Independiente del Valle
Fuerza Amarilla
Guayaquil City
Aucas
Deportivo Quito
Macara
Olmedo


Stadiums:

Rodrigo Paz Delgado
George Capwell
Isidro Romeo Carbo
Alejandro Aguilar
Bellavista
Jocay
Olimpico Atahualpa
Rumiñahui (fixed textures, edited crowds)
9 de Mayo (edited crowds)
Christian Benitez Betancourt (new version)
Gonzalo Pozo Ripalda (new version)
Olimpico de Riobamba (new version)






















 

Colgado

Club Supporter
Paraguay: (16 teams, 7 stadiums)


Teams:
Olimpia
Cerro Porteño
River Plate (Asuncion)
Nacional (Asuncion)
3 de Febrero
12 de Octubre
Deportivo Capiata
Sol de America (Asuncion)
General Diaz
Guarani (Asuncion)
Libertad (Asuncion)
Sportivo Luqueño
Rubio Ñu
Independiente FBC
Deportivo Santani
Guaireña


Stadiums:
Nicolas Leoz (edited crowds)
Rogelio Silvino Livieres (thanks panin for FIFA 21 model)
Arsenio Erico (panin's version)
Nueva Olla
Manuel Ferreira
Erico Galeano Segovia (edited crowd)
Feliciano Caceres (fixed textures)



Peru: (20 teams, 14 stadiums)


Teams:
Universitario de Lima
Alianza Lima
Sporting Cristal
Juan Aurich
Ayacucho FC
Defensor de la Bocana
Alanza Atletico
Melgar
Comerciantes Unidos
Cusco FC
Sport Huancayo
Universidad Cesar Vallejo
Universidad San Martin de Porres
Union Comercio
UTC Cajamarca
Deportivo Municipal
Sport Rosario
Binacional
Atletico Grau
Carlos A Mannucci


Stadiums:
Alejandro Villanueva
Ciudad de Cumaná (new version)
Elias Aguirre (edited crowds)
Virgen de Chapi
Miguel Grau (Callao)
Inca Real Garcilaso de la Vega
IV Centenario
Alberto Gallardo (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Mansiche (panin's version)
Monumental de Lima
Heroes de San Ramon (thanks panin for PES version, crowds added)
Elias Moreno
Rosas Pampa (no crowds)
Guillermo Briceño Rosamedina (fixed textures, edited crowds)


Uruguay: (20 teams, 15 stadiums)


Teams:
River Plate (Montevideo)
Montevideo Wanderers
Nacional (Montevideo)
Peñarol
Defensor
Danubio
Fenix (Montevideo)
Racing (Montevideo)
Rentistas
Progreso
Cerro
Cerro Largo
Montevideo City Torque
Villa Teresa
Sud America
Juventud de Las Piedras
Rampla Juniors
Boston River
Plaza Colonia
Liverpool (Montevideo)


Stadiums:
Luis Tróccoli
Olímpico (Montevideo)
Jardines del Hipódromo
Parque Capurro (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Beldevere
Gran Parque Central
Campeon del Siglo
Federico Omar Saroldi (panin's version)
Alfredo Victor Viera (edited crowds)
Luis Franzini
Antonio Eleuterio Ubilla (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Abraham Paladino (still crowds)
Charrua (new)
Complejo Deportivo Rentistas (new)
Centenario de Montevideo (venue of the 2021 Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana Finals)



Venezuela: (22 teams, 12 Stadiums)


Teams:
Deportivo Tachira
Estudiantes de Merida
Estudiantes de Caracas
Aragua
Carabobo
Portuguesa FC
Atletico Venezuela
Puerto Cabello
Metropolitanos
Caracas FC
Deportivo Anzoategui
Deportivo La Guaira
Deportivo Lara
Deportivo JBL
Petare
LLaneros de Guanare
Mineros de Guayana
Trujillanos
Monagas
Zamora
Zulia
Ureña


Stadiums:
Hermanos Ghersi Paez (edited crowds)
Brigido Iriarte (edited crowds)
Misael Delgado (edited crowds)
Olimpico de la UCV (fixed textures)
Jose Antonio Anzoategui (no crowd)
Metropolitano de Lara
Pueblo Nuevo
Metropolitano de Merida (no crowd)
Cachamay
Monumental de Maturin
Agustin Tovar (no crowd)
Pachencho Romero (no crowd)




The Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana can be played in season mode, all stages with the original format. The Recopa Sudamericana's first season will be played by Palmeiras and Defensa y Justicia. If you play with argentinian teams, the champions of the first season Libertadores and Sudamericana will play the Recopa of the subsequent seasons


Is that it?




Nooooo... there is more... in just a moment !!
 

Colgado

Club Supporter
The winner of the Copa Sudamericana qualifies for the Suruga Bank Cup (now rebranded J-League/Sudamericana Cup) Therefore, I included de Japan in the patch.


Japan: (20 teams) J1 League + J League Cup. Winner of J1 League qualifies to the Fifa Club World Cup in season mode, winner of the J1 League Cup qualifies to the Suruga Bank vs winner of Copa Sudamericana. The J League Cup is played in real format. Rosters are sadly not updated

Teams:
Cerezo Osaka
Kawasaki Frontale
Vissel Kobe
Shimizu S-Pulse
Yokohama F·Marinos
Nagoya Grampus
Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo
Vegalta Sendai
Matsumoto Yamaga
Sagan Tosu
Shonan Bellmare
Oita Trinita
Gamba Osaka
FC Tokyo
Urawa Red Diamonds
Kashima Antlers
Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Júbilo Iwata
Kashiwa Reysol
Tokushima Vortis


The 2021 AFC Champions League is featured from the knock out stages, for which some of the above teams from Japan qualified. I decided to create three asian teams fantasy leagues, one for the Far East (20 teams) and two for the Middle East (league 1 and 2 with 14 teams each). They include the 16 teams of this year's AFC Champions plus some other assorted teams.

Here's the list:

Far East:

Kitchee SC (HongKong)
FC Seoul (South Korea)
Suwon Samsung Bluewings (South Korea)
Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i (South Korea)
Pohang Steelers (South Korea)
Busan IPark (South Korea)
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (South Korea)
Daegu FC (South Korea)
BG Pathum United (Thailand)
Port FC (Thailand)
Johor Darul Ta'zim II FC (Malaysia)
Perth Glory (Australia)
Sydney FC (Australia)
Beijing Sinobo Guoan (China)
Guangzhou Evergrande (China)
Shandong Luneng (China)
Shanghai SIPG (China)
United City (Philippines)
Becamex Binh Duong (Vietnam)
Persipura Jayapura (indonesia)


Middle East I:
Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia)
FC Goa (India)
Al Ahli (Saudi Arabia)
Persepolis Tehran (Iran)
Esteghlal FC (Iran)
Al Wehdat (Jordan)
Al-Sadd (Qatar)
Tractor Sazi (Iran)
Pakhtakor (Uzbekistan)
Al-Duhail (Qatar)
Istiklol (Tajikistan)
Al-Ahli Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
Al-Wahda (United Arab Emirates)
Sharjah (United Arab Emirates)

Middle East II: (promotes to fantasy Middle East I League)
Al Ittihad (Saudi Arabia)
Pune City (India)
Al Shabab (Saudi Arabia)
Al Nassr (Saudi Arabia)
Al Faisaly (Saudi Arabia)
Al Fateh (Saudi Arabia)
Al Wehda (Saudi Arabia)
Nasaf Qarshi (Uzbekistan)
Lokomotiv Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
Zob Ahan Esfahan (Iran)
El Jaish (Qatar)
Naft Al-Wasat SC (Iraq)
Al Ain (United Arab Emirates)
Kuwait Sporting Club (Kuwait)

The winner of the AFC Champions League qualifies for the FIFA Club World Cup in season mode. The final will be played at King Fahd Stadium


For Africa, the CAF Champions League is played form the quarter finals with the real legs. The final is set to be played at Mohamed V stadium. The fantasy league will contain the 8 teams from the cup, plus some other traditional teams from the continent.

Africa:
Wydad Casablanca (Morocco)
CR Belouizdad (Algeria)
MC Algier (Algeria)
USM Alger (Algeria)
Étoile Sportive du Sahel (Tunisia)
Zamalek SC (Egypt)
Al-Ahly Egypt
Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)
Orlando Pirates (South Africa)
Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa)
Espérance De Tunis (Tunisia)
Zesco United (Zambia)
Enyimba FC (Nigeria)
ES Sétif (Algeria)
ASEC Mimosas (Ivory Coast)
Raja Casablanca (Morocco)
TP Mazembe (DR Congo)
Simba S.C. (Tanzania)


For the CONCACAF there are two fantasy leagues, the top one, with the 8 teams that qualified for the quarter finals of this year's CONCACAF Champions League plus other important teams, and a 2nd division fantasy league with 16 teams from assorted countries in the confederation. The Champions League, as mentioned before, can be played in career mode from the quarter finals stage. The winner will play the FIFA Club World Cup.

Concacaf I:
Columbus Crew (USA)
LA Galaxy (USA)
Monterrey (Mexico)
Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica)
Cruz Azul (Mexico)
América (Mexico)
Tigres U.A.N.L. (Mexico)
Real Estelí (Nicaragua)
Portland Timbers (USA)
Toronto FC (Canada)
Philadelphia Union (USA)
Atlanta United (USA)
Comunicaciones FC (Guatemala)
Olimpia de Tegucigalpa (Honduras)
Tauro FC (Panama)
Santa Tecla (El Salvador)
Marathon (Honduiras)
Liga Deportiva Alajuelense (Costa Rica)

Concacaf II:
D.C. United (USA)
New York Red Bulls (USA)
New York City FC (USA)
Chicago Fire (USA)
Chivas de Guadalajara (Mexico)
Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada)
Impact Montréal (Canada)
Los Angeles FC (USA)
Árabe Unido (Panama)
Motagua (Honduras)
Alpha United (Guyana)
Harbour View (Jamaica)
Bayamon FC (Puerto Rico)
Centro Dominguito (Curacao)
Defence Force (Trinidad & Tobago)
Bodden Town (Cayman Islands)


In Oceania the OFC Champions League was cancelled due to the pandemic, therefore the confederation decided to send Auckland City to the FIFA Club World Cup just for having the best ranking. I decided to do something more fun. I created a 10 team fantasy league from which the winner will qualify to the world cup. These are the teams:

Oceania:
Auckland City (New Zealand)
Lautoka FC (Fiji)
Marist FC (Solomon)
Team Wellington (New Zealand)
Hienghène Sport (New Caledonia)
Magenta (New Caledonia)
Malampa Revivors (Vanuatu)
Eastern Suburbs (New Zealand)
Lae City Dwellers (Papua New Guinea)
Rewa (Fiji)


And finally, Europe. Since there are so many very good patches with the CL, with the original stadiums and formats I just took the FIP updated rosters and tossed the Dragao Stadium for the final. It will start in career mode from the knock out stages with the original format of the 20/21 CL. I created two fantasy leagues for european teams. The top league with the 16 teams that qualified to the 20/21 CL knock out stages plus 4 more traditional big teams, and a 2nd division with 18 teams, some of them having qualified to the group stage of the 21/22 CL.

Here's the list:

Europe I:
Bayern München (Germany)
Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany)
RB Leipzig (Germany)
Ajax (Netherlands)
Atletico Madrid (Spain)
Barcelona FC (Spain)
Real Madrid (Spain)
Sevilla FC (Spain)
Benfica (Portugal)
FC Porto (Portugal)
Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Chelsea (England)
Liverpool (England)
Manchester City (England)
Manchester United (England)
Atalanta (Italy)
Inter (Italy)
Juventus (Italy)
Lazio (Italy)

Europe II:
Sheriff Tiraspol (Moldova) or should I say Transnistria, ha
Steaua București (Romania)
Valencia CF (Spain)
Lille (France)
Sporting Lisboa (Portugal)
Olympique Lyonnais (France)
Tottenham Hotspur (England)
Young Boys (Switzerland)
Milan (Italy)
Napoli (Napoli)
Olympiacos CFP (Greece)
PAOK (Greece)
Panathinaikos (Greece)
Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine)
Red Bull Salzburg (Austria)
Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine)
Brugge KV (Belgium)


This should be it...

Oh, no, no... I forgot something, there's still a bit more !!
 
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Colgado

Club Supporter
The 19/20 edition of the Copa Argentina was truncated due to the pandemic, at one point it looked like it was going to be cancelled, but the Argie FA decided to revive it and during this 2021 it has been played as originally scheduled. Therefore it appears in the patch as well. Teams from Primera A, Nacional B, Primera B Metro, C, D and Federal A are participating in this cup. The winner will be playing against Boca (winner of the 19/20 Primera Division season) in the Supercopa Argentina at the brand new Madre de Ciudades stadium

Legs are always played at a neutral ground. Here are the stadiums that are not used by any other team in the other tournaments:

Jose Antonio Romero Feris (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Unico de La Plata
Antonio Romero (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Padre Ernesto Martearena
Malvinas Argentinas (venue for the Final)


And, here are the download links:



I recommend to use Peazip to extract the files.

If you have troubles with the above posted links, you can try with shoneroma90's:

https://app.mediafire.com/y79r0mxigaqhe

Just make sure you put every part in the same folder for extraction. Then copy/paste and replace the data and dlc folders in your FIFA 16 folder. Make sure you back up your original folders first. Also, remember to regenerate bh once you copied the folders.

Enjoy !
 
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rescalon70

Club Supporter
Colgado thanks for the patch, but i have problem with de peazip.....is there any other way to download the reset of the patch?
 

Colgado

Club Supporter
Will be nice Colgado if you try it...
You gave me a good idea. I could create a fantasy “conmebol” country and put all the cups there, then it would be playable in tounie mode, however, i dont know how this would affect career mode, and i rather have the chance to play all the tournaments together in the season.
 

PaoloDNY

Youth Team
The 19/20 edition of the Copa Argentina was truncated due to the pandemic, at one point it looked like it was going to be cancelled, but the Argie FA decided to revive it and during this 2021 it has been played as originally scheduled. Therefore it appears in the patch as well. Teams from Primera A, Nacional B, Primera B Metro, C, D and Federal A are participating in this cup. The winner will be playing against Boca (winner of the 19/20 Primera Division season) in the Supercopa Argentina at the brand new Madre de Ciudades stadium

Legs are always played at a neutral ground. Here are the stadiums that are not used by any other team in the other tournaments:

Jose Antonio Romero Feris (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Unico de La Plata
Antonio Romero (fixed textures, edited crowds)
Padre Ernesto Martearena
Malvinas Argentinas (venue for the Final)


And, here are the download links:



I recommend to use Peazip to extract the files.

Just make sure you put every part in the same folder for extraction. Then copy/paste and replace the data and dlc folders in your FIFA 16 folder. Make sure you back up your original forlders first.

Enjoy !
Brother, parts 4 and 6 can't be opened... I can download them but when I try to open them (either PeaZip or 7z) they don't work...

Thanks
 


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