EA Sports is introducing a home field advantage system in Madden 22 with each stadium having their own unique advantages.

This will be enabled in franchise mode and head to head but you will not benefit from these home team stadium advantages in Madden Ultimate Team.

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We have the details for all 32 teams in Madden NFL 22 available below.

AFC South

Tennessee Titans: Titan Up – Home team will avoid committing holding penalties.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Duuuval – Home Team gains bonus Momentum on touchdowns.

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Indianapolis Colts: Hat Count – The home team defense can see the hat count on all plays via coach cam.

Houston Texans: The Bullpen – Away team gains less momentum for touchdowns.

AFC East

New England Patriots: Our House – Home team gains bonus momentum on touchdowns and third down stops.

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Buffalo Bills: Downwind – The away team kicking arc is harder to control.

Miami Dolphins: Made In The Shade – The home team fatigues slower.

New York Jets: Turf War – Away team players fatigue faster.

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AFC North

Cincinnati Bengals: Who Dey – No huddle results in reduced clock runoff.

Cleveland Browns: Dawg Pound – Away team hot routes have a chance to fail in the red zone, requiring them to be made again. Receivers who are hot routed will temporarily receive a “?” indicator bubble at the time of the hot route to signify they bay be unsure of their route.

Baltimore Ravens: Truzz The System – Home team gains bonus momentum on every running play while winning.

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Terribly Distracting – Away team hot routes have a chance to fail on 3rd/4th down, requiring them to be made again. Receivers who are hot routed will temporarily receive a “?” indicator bubble at the time of the hot route to signifcy they may be unsure of their route.

AFC West

Denver Broncos: Mile High – Away team players have less stamini during plays.

Kansas City Chiefs: Home of the Chiefs – Offensive audibles made by the away team have a chance to fail.

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Los Angeles Chargers: Bolt Up – Home Team gains bonus momentum for yardage gains.

Las Vegas Raiders: Just Win, Baby – Home team gains momentum faster and has increased fatigue recovery while winning.

NFC West

Seattle Seahawks: The 12’s – Random portions of the play art for the away team offense will be squiggly and hard to read.

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Arizona Cardinals: Rise Up Red Sea – Home team gains momentum faster.

Los Angeles Rams: Rams House – Home team gains bonus momentum for defensive stops.

San Francisco 49ers: Unstable Ground – Away team has an increasingly hard time changing directions.

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NFC North

Chicago Bears: Bear Down – The away team’s kick meter moves slightly faster.

Green Bay Packers: Go Pack Go! The Frozen Tundra – Home team gains more momentum and away team gains less. Away team fatigues faster and has a harder time changng direction.

Minnesota Vikings: Skol! – The home team gains a small amount of speed rating when in the red zone.

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Detroit Lions: Motor City – Home team accelerates slightly faster.

NFC East

Washington Football Team: Unstable Ground – Away Team has an increasingly hard time changing directions.

Dallas Cowboys: Deflected – Away team punt distance is shortened when kicking across the 50.

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Philadelphia Eagles: Linc’d In – While winning: The home team gains more momentum and the away team gains less.

New York Giants: Turf War – Away team players fatigue faster.

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons: Rise Up – The home team gains a flat amount of bonus momentum on every offensive play.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Fire The Cannons – Home team players have their fatigue temporarily replenished while in the red zone.

New Orleans Saints: Who Dat – On away team 3rd/4th down conversion attempts, a random receiver will have an incorrect route when he lines up in preplay.

Carolina Panthers: Keep Pounding – The home team has more stamina during plays.

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