Three of the four new games planned for next year will be football games, with three being soccer.
The other two will be a new ‘social’ game and an online one.
The two games will be made possible by a new technology that has been developed at Aalto University, which will allow football fans to create their own virtual stadiums for football games.
The technology is called ‘socio-sport’.
A new game, or game, will be played in which a virtual football stadium is constructed by the football fan, using the virtual football field and the virtual players.
Socio-Sport is an emerging technology for the football game that allows for players to be created, with the goal of creating an online football stadium.
The concept is similar to virtual reality, but with virtual players instead of real ones.
There are already several virtual stadiums already in the game, which can be found on the Aaltano website.
The virtual players can be made up of real football players or other virtual objects.
This virtual stadium can be created by the virtual player and other virtual players in the virtual stadium.
The stadiums are connected through a wireless internet connection and can be played on multiple devices, including the TV, smartphones, tablets and computers.
The first two games to be played using this technology are the football games at the Aaplandia Stadium and the football stadium at the Riva stadium in Helsinki.
The football stadium will have three sections: one for home teams and one for away teams, where fans can watch games and take part in competitions.
The stadium can also be used for other sports activities, such as the rugby match.
The football stadium has a capacity of 300 people and will be open to fans of both home and away teams.
A second football stadium, which is to be built at the Helsinki Aaplan Stadium, will have a capacity for 400 people.
The new stadium will be built with the support of the Aala Foundation.
The Aala foundation, which has financed the construction of the football stadiums, will support the creation of the virtual stadiums by using funds from its membership.
It has also provided the necessary financial backing to the Aapelink, the company that is managing the virtual teams.
The virtual teams will be based in Helsinki and at the stadiums, which are also being built with support from the Aama Foundation.
These virtual teams are part of the existing Aala foundations network, which includes Aala Stadium, Aapels, Aala Arena, Aaa Stadium, Anapels and Aaa Arena.
These virtual teams play their games in virtual stadiums.
In these virtual stadiums, the virtual team can move around the field and can make up their own squad.
This is the first step towards the creation and operation of virtual stadiums in Finland.
The teams will play in their own stadiums and, according to Aala’s plans, players will be able to move between the stadiums at will.
The players will also have to be able use virtual technology to communicate with each other.
The idea is that players will not only communicate with their virtual team, but also with eachother in real time.
The stadium in Aaplant, the stadium in Riva, and the new stadium in Hovasvatn will be connected via a wireless connection.
This allows for a seamless connection between the players.
The facilities for the virtual spectators, who will also be based at the stadium, will also function in the stadium.
Players can interact with the virtual game players on a real-time basis, with an app being developed by Aala.
This will allow players to see how the virtual squad and their teammates are performing, as well as how their performance is affecting the real-life match.
The use of the ‘socion’ technology in football is also a part of Aala projects.
The team, which already plays football in some other countries, is planning to play a football game in 2019 in the Finnish capital.
This time, however, the Aumasvata Stadium, which plays football and the Riga stadium will not be included in the Aätania Football Club.
Aaplandsia Stadium is scheduled to open in 2021.
Aaapels Stadium will open in 2024.