17th April 2021
The game of football can not exist without the need for a stadium. As the game becomes more traditional, the need for a huge and high stadium leads to the generation of magnificent buildings across the world. Some of these stadiums are occupied by thousands of people, becoming the world best's in the world. However, not all football fan knows where some of these beautiful stadiums hence, here I bring you the top 5 best football stadiums in the world.
The second biggest football stadium in Spain is the home arena for Real Madrid. The world's greatest football players such as Zidane, Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo all played in this precious landscape. The stadium is filled with thousands of memories as it was created in 1947 with a current seating capacity of 81,040.
4. Camp Nou (Barcelona, Spain)
Camp Nou is the foremost place where the Catalan giants display magnificent performance, winning several victories and breaking records since day one. The arena is the largest stadium in Spain since it was opened in 1957 and has been the home stadium of Barcelona. With a seating capacity of 99,354, Camp Nou is noted as the 4th largest stadium in the world.
3. Old Trafford (Manchester United, United Kingdom)
Old Trafford is one of the oldest stadiums in the United Kingdom as the name itself says everything. The Manchester United stadium, also known as the theatre of dreams, where young talented football players start their journey to success as we have seen with players such as Wayne Rooney and Ronaldo. The stadium has a seating capacity of 74,140 seats becoming 3rd on this list and 2nd largest football stadium.
2. The Allianz Arena (Bayern Munich, United Kingdom)
The Bayern Munich dream house, Allianz Arena is known as the 3rd largest stadium in Germany. With the capacity of 75,024 seats, the home to the European Champions comes 2nd in this list. The stadium is built with exceptional technology such as night vision technology and others. When we speak of the most developed stadiums, Allianz Arena is certainly a place to mention.
1. Wembley Stadium (United Kingdom)
After reopening the stadium in 2007, Wembley became the largest football stadium in the world. The original Wembley Stadium was a stadium in Wembley, London owned by the Football Association (FA) which has a seating capacity of 127,000. However, after its rehabilitation, the stadium now has a seating capacity of 90,000 seats making it the largest stadium in the world.
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