Stamford Bridge is one of the most famous football stadiums in the entire world. The stadium has hosted many important football matches over the past sixty years. Stamford Bridge serves as the home ground of Chelsea Football Club. It is important to point out that Stamford Bridge has a capacity of about 41,837. However, there are some football stadiums in Nigeria that are bigger than Stamford Bridge. Let's check out some of them.
1. Moshood Abiola National Stadium
This stadium was opened in 2003 by former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo. The stadium is located in the city of Abuja. The Moshood Abiola National Stadium has a capacity of about 60,491 seats. This implies that the stadium is larger than Stamford Bridge.
2. National Stadium, Lagos
This is one of the biggest football stadiums in Nigeria. It is located in the city of Lagos. It should also be said that Lagos is the commercial hub of Nigeria. The stadium had a capacity of 55,000 in 1972. However, it was adjusted to 45,000 in 1999. This stadium is evidently bigger than Stamford Bridge.
3. New Jos Stadium
This is the last stadium on this list. It is located in the city of Jos, Plateau State. The stadium has a capacity of about 44,000 seats. This means that it is bigger than Stamford Bridge.
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