Some of the world’s best football stadiums
Today we want to look at the grandest football stadiums in the world. This is including both in terms of their architecture and their capacity.
Football is a magnificent game that thrills fans all around the world, however, have you have noticed how grand the stadiums are? Some football stadiums are breathtaking and can be as impressive as some of the play we see on the pitch. Today we want to look at the grandest football stadiums in the world. This is including both in terms of their architecture and their capacity.
Wembley Stadium, London
Wembley Stadium is home to the English National Football team and for the last two seasons, Tottenham Hotspur have also played their home games here. The stadium is one of the most impressive in the world. The architecture on its own is impressive and the stadium, which opened in 2007, has a holding capacity of 90, 000. Wembley is undoubtedly one of the most iconic stadiums in the world and it isn’t called the ‘home of football’ for nothing.
Camp Nou, Barcelona, Catalonia Spain
We couldn’t have a list of the best football stadiums in the world without including the home of FC Barcelona. The Camp Nou is also among the top stadiums in the world with a holding capacity of 98, 757, making it one of the largest stadiums in Europe. We are sure that among the 98 thousand fans, a number of them would be betting online each week to back their team as Barcelona have a formidable home record. Much is down to the brilliance of Lionel Messi – who’s created many memorable moments at the Camp Nou over the years.
The Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro
The Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro is also one of the best football stadiums in the world. This stadium is home to the Brazilian National Football team and has played host to some wonderful matches, including the 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina. The Maracana was opened in 1950 and can host 78, 838 fans.
The First National Bank Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa
South Africa might not be known for it’s football but it still has one of the best stadiums in the world. The First National Bank stadium is home to the Kaizer Chiefs and was opened in 1989. This was also the stadium that was the host to both the opening and closing ceremony of the 2010 World Cup. The FNB Stadium, which is bigger than some popular top American casinos venues, can hold 94, 736 fans. Among those 94 thousand, we are sure thousands will have the notorious vuvuzela!
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