Get A List of the Top 10 Largest Football Stadiums
There is nothing to deny that football is arguably the most-watched sport in the world. It also invites huge crowds to the stadium and also has much more through live broadcasting and streaming along with the globe.
This sport is a huge hit with 200 countries playing it as their major sport. There are also some of the richest clubs across the globe that has been inviting a huge viewership with the quality of players and also with the teams of them. In the list of the richest club whom you don’t expect to be in the list.
Here is the list of the Top 10 Largest Football Stadiums in the world-
10. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium
Total Cost: Unknown
In the 1990s, this stadium was claimed as the former Supreme Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-il just picked up a golf club at the opening of the Pyongyang Golf Complex. The Supreme Leader just went for the shoot with the incredible 38-under-par round of 34. Many sports have played in the stadium. The capacity of the stadium is remained steady since it opened, but the ground just underwent between 2013 and 2015.
9. Borg El Arab Stadium
Total Cost: Unknown
This is one of the biggest stadiums in the world by capacity. We also know that it has a car park that is large enough for getting enough to fit in 5000 cars as an example we don’t know what is the highest attended match has been so far in the ground’s history. There is an umbrella that covers 35% of the stadium. Along with the capacity the stadium is 80,000, 35% of the ground’s total.
8. Salt Lake Stadium
Total Cost: Unknown
Officially known as Vivekananda Yuba Bharat Krirangan stadium, the more pronounceable Salt Lake Stadium is also located in Kolkata, India, as once the largest football stadium in the world. The semi-frequent renovations gradually reduced the capacity while developing the quality of searing and the facilities on the ground.
7. Metlife Stadium
Total Cost: $1.6 Billion US Dollars
MetLife Stadium is mainly a multi-purpose stadium and is also used for international football matches, the first of which is a 2010 fixture in between Mexico and Ecuador. Now, the only competitive fixture that has been played at the stadium had the Copa America Centenario. The stadium has famed for having excellent sightlines from all seats, and the clever design means the pitch size soon changed to meet FA regulations by mechanically retracting some of the corner seating at ground level.
6. Camp Nou
Total Cost: $1.75 US Dollars
One of the best and most popular soccer grounds, the home of FC Barcelona since 24th September 1957. It also has hosted the home matches of the Catalonia national team and in 1992 it become one of the stadiums used while Spain hosted the summer Olympics. In 2016 the number of audiences is 99,354, there are also some planning to extend the capacity to 1095,000 by 2021.
5. Rose Bowl Stadium
Total Cost: $3.85 Million US Dollars
The stadium at forts is known as an American Football stadium, and most importantly as a soccer ground. It hosted the final of the FIFA World Cup in 1994, and the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1994. The stadium was opened in 1922 and is known as a National Historic Landmark in the US. In 2011 the attendance of the stadium was 94,118.
4. FNB Stadium
Total Cost: $25.82 Million US Dollars
FNB stands for The First national bank stadium called Soccer City or the calabash is the stadium that used to host the home games of South Africa’s football matches, and also for the Rugby games in the country. The stadium hosted the African Cup of Nations on 1996 and 2013 containing the final while South Africa hosted the FIDA World Cup in 2010.
3. Estadio Azteca
Total Cost: $127.71 Million US Dollars
This stadium is the home of the Mexican national team. This stadium is also the home of the Mexican national team. This is also the home ground of Club America which can play in the top-flight of Mexican football. This stadium is open with the most iconic stadium in this football world and was the first that had organized two separate FIFA World Cup finals.
2. Bukit Jalil National Stadium
Total Cost: $179.48 Million US Dollars
The Bukit Jalil National Stadium had built along with the main target of hosting the 1998 Commonwealth Games that took place in Kuala Lumpur in September of the year. It has considered being the best in Malaysia. Often used to host major tournaments that are held in Malaysia as the Southeast Asian Games, the ASEAN University Games, and the FESPIC Games.
1. Wembley Stadium
Total Cost: $1131.98 Million
The latest Wembley Stadium opened in 2007 for the 2007 FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United that the London club won 1-0. The stadium is the home of the England national football team and also hosted a number of international games over the years since it was re-opened.
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