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Five great clubs that do not own their stadiums

1. PSG

Despite being one of the richest clubs in France and across Europe and having some of the highest-paid players on the planet on its staff, PSG does not own a stadium. The Parc des Princes, where he is a local, is owned by the Paris Council and operated by the club.

2. Cruzeiro

The legendary Mineirao stadium, home to the Cruzeiro since it opened in 1965, does not belong to the club but to the State of Minas Gerais. His current capacity is about 62,214 spectators and the unforgettable 1-7 of the Brazilian team against Germany in the 2014 World Cup was played here.

3. Blue Cross

The Cement Machine not only does not have its own stadium, but it must also serve as a venue in the stadium of its classic rival. The Azteca Stadium in the Federal District is owned by Grupo Televisa, a Mexican media company, owner of the Club América .

4. Rome

In Italy, teams do not usually own their stadiums, with some exceptions. Roma plans to move to the new "Stadio della Roma", but while continuing to host the Olympic, whose property belongs to the Italian Olympic Committee. The same happens with its classic and neighbor to the city, Lazio.

5. Ajax

The home of the most important and popular club in the Netherlands is the Johan Cruyff Arena, formerly known as the Amsterdam Arena. This imposing stadium, capable of hosting almost 55,000 spectators, is owned by the Amsterdam Government and is rented by Ajax to play there as a local.

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Cruzeiro Italian Olympic Committee. Minas Gerais. Mineirao PSG


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