Top 15 Football Stadiums of the World

There are different stadiums in the world that are famous due to different reasons. Some stadiums are famous due to some special events while the others are famous due to some other reasons including the sitting capacity, memorable moments, location and beauty. There are different types of research reports that have clearly shown this fact that the stadiums are a major part of any sport, and there are certain stadiums in the world that have their special moments in the world football history. Different types of research studies have pointed out different things that contribute to a stadium’s impact including its importance in the world game, most notably through the history, the team that calls the filed its home and of course the fans and the atmosphere. We have selected this topic in order to discuss some best football stadiums across the globe.

15. Rasunda Stadium. Solna, Sweden

This is considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world. There are different types of research reports that have shown this fact that it was the place where Pele was introduced to the world as a 17 years old. This stadium makes it on FIFA’s list of classic stadium. It is the current home of historic Swedish club team AIK and the home venue for Sweden’s national team in most games.

14. Parc De Princes, Paris, France

This is also considered another important and famous football stadium of the world and comes to number fourteen on the list. Different types of research studies have shown this fact that this stadium was originally opened in 1897 and Parc De Princes is the home of PSG. Since its opening in 1897, two other versions have been made, in 1932 and 1972. According to official record, it has total capacity of around 48,000 peoples. This stadium has some great traits. The fan atmosphere in this stadium is among the best in the world. The venue has also been host to some great games like the 1981 European Cup final between Liverpool and Real Madrid, as well as France’s European Championship victory over Spain in 1984.

13. La Bombonera, Buenos Aires, Argentina

This is also considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world and comes to number thirteen on the list of most famous football stadiums of the world. This stadium was opened in 1940. According to official record released by the management of this stadium, this football stadium has total capacity of around 50,000 peoples and is home to one of Argentina’s greatest clubs, Boca Juniors. The most interesting thing about this stadium is that one side of this stadium is flat which is said to have increased acoustics and helped create one of the world’s best fan atmospheres.

12. Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany

This famous football stadium of the world comes to number twelve on the list. According to historical data, the Germany’s Olympic Stadium in Munich was opened in 1936. It is said about this stadium that it has total sitting capacity of around 70,000 peoples. This stadium has seen some fantastic and memorable moments in German football. This stadium also served the purpose of host in 1974 World Cup final. Different types of research studies have also shown this fact that it was the former home of Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich.

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11. Westfalenstadion, Dortmund, Germany

This is also considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world and comes to number eleven on the list. Home to Borussia Dortmund, the Westfalenstadion was opened in 1974. According to official data released by officials of this stadium, this stadium has total sitting capacity of around 80,000 peoples. It was host to a number of games in both the 1974 and 2006 World cups. Dortmund is a club rich with history. The fan atmosphere as well as the pedigree of the club makes this a fantastic and beautiful stadium.

10. Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico

This is also considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world and comes to number ten on the list. This stadium was opened in 1996 and it has total capacity of around 104,000 people. The stadium is home venue for the Mexican National team. It was the venue for the 1970 World Cup Final and the Game of the Century.

9. Anfield, Liverpool, England

This stadium is among the best football stadiums in the England. Anfield is home to one of the greatest club teams in English history. This stadium was opened in 1884 and with a capacity of around 45,000 people. Now the capacity of this stadium has been increased considerably. Liverpool remained undefeated at this ground during several seasons. This stadium has also seen some very memorable moments.

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8. Estadio Centenario, Montevideo, Uruguay

This is also considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world and comes to number eight on the list. There are different types of research reports that have clearly shown this fact that the Estadio Centenario was the first place that a World Cup trophy was ever lifted. It was built for the first World Cup in 1930 when Uruguay beat Argentina. This stadium has total sitting capacity of around 73,000 peoples. This stadium is also considered as the home ground for the Uruguay national team.

7. De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands

This stadium was opened in 1934 and has a total capacity of about 20,000 peoples. Amsterdam Arena is the pitch where Total Football was first displayed to many. There are different types of research reports that have shown this fact that this stadium has great fantastic players, like Johann Cruyff. Ajax played some of its biggest European home games at the Olympic stadium due to its greater capacity.

6. San Siro/ Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan, Itlay

According to official data, this stadium is home to two of Itlay’s greatest teams Inter Milan and AC Milan, the San Siro stadiumwas opened in 1926 and has been renovated a few times since its opening. This stadium has total sitting capacity of around 80,000 peoples. This venue has seen a vast control amount of historic events considering the pedigree of the two clubs that call it home.

5. Estadio Do Maracana, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

This is also considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world and comes to number five on the list. This stadium was originally opened in 1950 and recently it has been renovated for the 2014 World Cup. There are different types of research reports that have clearly shown this fact that the same year, the stadium was opened, it was the venue for the 1950 World Cup final, where Brazil lost. This stadium was where Pele scored his 1000th goal.

4. Old Trafford, Manchester, England

This stadium is considered as one of the best football stadiums of England. Old Trafford, which is also known as the “Theater of Dreams”, is Manchester United’s home ground and was opened in 1910. There are different types of research studies that have shown this fact that the Old Trafford was home to the “Busby Babes” and their leader, Matt Busby. According to the official data, this stadium has total capacity of over 75,000 spectators.

3. Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain

This stadium is also considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world and comes to number three on this list. This stadium was opened in 1957 and is one of the greatest stadiums in Europe and the world. This football stadium has total sitting capacity of around 100,000 spectators. This stadium is currently home to possibly the greatest club team ever and certainly has seen its share of great players and teams. It is also the honor for this stadium that the Catalonia National team plays its home grounds there.

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2. Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid Spain

This is also considered as one of the best football stadiums of the world and comes to number two on the list. This stadium was opened in 1947 and is considered home to Los Merengues. This stadium has total sitting capacity of around 85,000 spectators. This stadium was renamed after possibly the club’s greatest president, Santiago Bernabeu. This stadium has hosted many major finals and has been the home to one of the greatest club teams in world football history during the 1970s.

1. Wmbley Stadium, London, England

This is also considered as the best football stadium of the world and comes to number on the list of best football stadiums around the world. This stadium is considered as the home of football and has seen some of the greatest moments of the history. Such famous moments include the England’s 1966 World Cup victory, Manchester United’s European cup victory over Benfica and Germany’s 1996 European Championship victory, which saw the first Golden Goal in history. It is also the annual venue for one of football’s oldest competitions, the FA Cup.

 

 

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