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10 Biggest Football Stadiums In The World

A stadium is a place or venue for (mostly) outdoor sports, concerts, or other events and consists of a field or stage either partly or completely surrounded by a tiered structure designed to allow spectators to stand or sit and view the event. Biggest Football Stadiums. The stadium where football matches are played originally. Watching a football match from a stadium gives us unique experiences where thousands are people cheer for the team.

action and uncluttered scenes can also be spotted with the television casting in the stadium. It’s a perfect opportunity to see and feel our favorite player action in front of us. A list of football stadiums is shown below. They are arranged according to their seating capacity, which is the maximum number of spectators the stadium can seat in sitting zones. All stadiums having a capacity of 40,000 or more that is home to a club or national team is included.

A stadium must have at least that many seats to host FIFA World Cup finals matches. The list includes stadiums that are only used for football and those that are also used for other sports. Some stadiums are only utilized by a team for high-profile events such as local derbies or cup matches.

Top 10 Biggest Football Stadiums In The World

10. Signal Iduna Park

Signal Iduna Park

Location: Dortmund, Germany

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Opened: 1974

Seating Capacity: 81,365

The stadium is one of the most famous football stadiums in Europe and is renowned for its atmosphere. The best stadium among football fans to enjoy their favorite. The stadium hosted matches in the 1974 and 2006 FIFA World Cups. It also hosted the 2001 UEFA Cup Final.

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9. Borg El-Arab Stadium

Borg El-Arab Stadium

Location: Borg El Arab, Egypt

Opened: 2009

Seating Capacity: 86,000

Borg El-Arab Stadium his stand is also nicknamed the ‘Yellow Wall’. Known for its capacity and size about 86000 spectators seats are available in the stadium. Signal Iduna Park was able to host several games during the World Cups in 1974 and 2006. It is a pretty cool stadium which gives beautiful views of the matches.

8. Bukit Jalil National Stadium

Bukit Jalil National Stadium

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Opened: 1998

Seating Capacity: 87,411

The Malaysian national football team may not be high in the FIFA rankings, but that does not stop the national team from building one of the largest football stadiums in the world. The Bukit Jalil National Stadium, which was built at a cost of RM800 million, is a colossus that can hold more than 87,500 spectators.

7. Estadio Azteca

Estadio Azteca

Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Opened: 1966

Seating Capacity: 87,525

One of the oldest stadiums of all time which has witnessed two World Cup finals – 1970 and 1986. Also, it is the most favorite and iconic stadium among all this. This stadium also witnessed one of the iconic moments in world football when Diego Maradona came up with the infamous ‘Hand of God’ goal against England in the 1986 World Cup.

6. Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium

Location: London, England

Opened: 2007

Seating Capacity: 90,000

round capacity is up to 90000 spectators seats. The stadium also manages to host 90,000 under a roof – making it the largest of its category. Wembley has already hosted major games like the Champions League final in its modern history. Wembley Stadium is also known for football games.

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5. Rose Bowl

Rose Bowl

Location: Pasadena, United States

Opened: 1922

Seating Capacity: 95,542

Ground capacity is up to 95500 which makes it eligible for the biggest ground in the world. The ground is built into the side of the gently sloping hill on which it is located, resulting in an amphitheater bowl. The initial name for the ground was announced in 2000 as The Rose Bowl, in recognition of the club’s rose and crown.

4. FNB Stadium

FNB Stadium

Location: Johannesburg, South Africa

Opened: 1989

Seating Capacity: 94,736

Dimension: 105 x 68 m

The stadium capacity is up to 95000 spectators seats, FNB Stadium served as the main venue for the tournament. It hosted the opening game, 5 other group games, a quarter-final, a semi-final, the 3rd place play-off, and the final. It was also the venue for the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final.

3. Camp Nou

Camp Nou

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Opened: 1957

Seating Capacity: 99,354

Dimension: 105 metres x 68 metres(playing area)

The stadium capacity is up to 99000 spectators seats. The stadium is also known for its oval shape design. the Barcelona board has not stopped coming out with expansion projects and the latest is set to add even more seats when it completes in 2024. It’s a home ground for Barcelona with an open rooftop.

2. Melbourne Cricket Ground

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Location: East Melbourne, Australia

Opened: 1853

Seating Capacity: 100,024

Dimension: 172.9m long, 147.8m wide

It’s the second-largest stadium of football about up to 100000 spectators seats. It’s one of the iconic and biggest grounds in the world. it is also known, has been a destination for Australian Rules Football matches, Olympic events, and World Cup qualifiers amongst others. It’s used for multiple sports which makes it a multipurpose stadium.

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1. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium

Rungrado 1st of May Stadium

Location: Pyongyang, North Korea

Opened: 1989

Seating Capacity: 114,000

As u can see from the seating capacity it’s the biggest football stadium in the world. It allows up to 114000 at a time which is a massive number of people on a particular ground. It’s also the home ground of the national team of Korea. the design of the stadium is in a dome shape giving it a different look.

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