The world’s passion for football and the desire to build bigger and better stadiums has resulted in the production of some of the most iconic buildings. Some of them have been voted one of the best stadiums in the world. Check out the ten largest football stadiums in the world.
Here is the list of the top 10 best football stadiums
⦁ Soccer City, South Africa
It was opened in 1989. First National Bank Stadium – better known as Soccer City, was renovated in 2009 before hosting the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Although it is the home of the South African Kaizer Chiefs, the arena features the most impressive match of the last 2010 World Cup. It also hosted the opening match and final of the tournament, Siviwe Tshabalala, scoring the Mexican back nets with great effort.
⦁ The Maracana, Rio De Janeiro
The Maracanã is the most famous football stadiums and is located among the unique cities in the world.
The stadium was where the 1950 World Cup group final match between Brazil and Uruguay, which had a record number of spectators, 199,854 spectators, was held.
Although the hosts were disappointed with the loss, the match will be remembered as the most memorable matches in the history of sport.
The name knows her as well as San Siro. The multipurpose arena is home to two football monsters, the main rivals AC Milan and Inter Milan.
⦁ Anfield Road, United Kingdom
Although it is by no means a stadium the size of a stadium in terms of capacity (capacity 45,276), the legendary atmosphere of Anfield known around the world makes Anfield home to Liverpool among its most famous.
Home of the Reds; who have won 5 European Cups titles, Anfield always delights fans of any visiting team, even though they tend to intimidate any opponent. From the iconic “This Is Anfield” sign hanging on the side of the tunnel to the enthusiastic singing crowd.
⦁ Santiago Bernabeu, Spain
Santiago Bernabeu is home to of Europe’s most successful clubs. With nine European Championships in their favor, Real Madrid’s place in the first division of the game is assured, and there is no better place to play them.
The stadium has hosted some of the best players from the world over the years, with players like the Ferenc Puskas, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo, and Cristiano Ronaldo all showing off their stuff at the famous stadium.
⦁ Azteca – Mexico
When completed, the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City is known for its massive capacity (104,000) and electric ambiance.
But, it will be remembered in history books as the only stadium to have hosted the World Cup Finals at least twice. For the England supporters, it’s also where Diego Maradona’s infamous “Hand of God” targets.
⦁ Camp Nou, Spain
Camp Nou is the largest and famous football stadium in Europe (capacity: 99757), where you can find one of the greatest football teams in Europe. Barcelona’s motto “More than a club” is a cult phrase throughout the world of football, and their stadium is an integral part of what Barcelona is known for.
⦁ Old Trafford, United Kingdom
Old Trafford tenants have a different opinion. They either like them, or you don’t. But, whatever you think of them, there is no escaping that The Theater of Dreams is a great place to live.
⦁ Allianz Arena, Germany
The Allianz Arena is the home of two football clubs in Munich: Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich. The Allianz Arena is the only arena in Europe. He can change the colors to determine which team he works with – red to represent Bayern and blue to represent Munich 1860.
This stadium is very popular among the fans of both teams. Because the fans are closer to the stadium: which created a problem for the previous stadium. The Olympics had a sports track circling the stadium, which led to a terrible atmosphere.
Wembley Stadium is undoubtedly the most famous football stadium. The stadium reopened on July 7, 2007. The new Wembley Stadium was built on the same site as the original Wembley Stadium in 1923. The stadium is known to have one of the best exciting atmospheres in football.
The new design incorporated all the great things of the old stadium and added more. Famous for its twin towers, it may no longer exist, but its place stands for The Wembley Arch.
⦁ Signal Iduna Park
This vast land boasts one of the most impressive views in Europe. It takes the breath of millions around the world. From the outside, West fallen stadion’s design is stunning, sharp, industrial, and mechanical. The south runway can accommodate 25,000 people.
Twenty-five thousand fans stand behind the shorter side of the stadium. It’s a great experience. The man in the back, from left to right, is rubbing the shoulder. You won’t regret trading your personal space for a European football pilgrimage like no other.