As passionate about sport, and soccer in
specifically, I have toured dozens of courts. I have sung with passion the many of
different teams. In the next post, I list the largest stadiums,
around the world.

Rungrad May Day

It is the largest court in the world. It is located in
Pyongyang, North Korea. It has 207,000 square meters and its capacity is 114,000 spectators. Besides the field
football, there is a running track and a pavilion. It is the local stadium of the North Korean National Team. I know
built in two years and was opened in May 1989. Its name is a
combination between Labor Day and Rungra islet.

Cricket Ground

It is the largest stadium in Australia. It’s practiced
all kinds of sports: cricket, soccer, rugby and American football. It is located in
the Yarra Park district (Melbourne) and has the capacity for 100,024 spectators. It was constructed in
March 1999, and among the great ceremonies, the opening and
closing of the Olympic Games in
Melbourne 1956.

Camp Nou

It is the mythical stadium of Fútbol Club Barcelona. It is the largest in Europe, with capacity
for 99,354 people. Its capacity is
expanded, following the 1982 World Cup in Spain. The court was inaugurated in 1957,
after three years of construction. In 1998, UEFA named it an elite category stadium.

Soccer City Stadium

Soccer City Stadium is located in Johannesburg.
It is the largest in Africa, with a capacity of 94,700 spectators. It was built in three years and was inaugurated in
1989. The most significant event on this field was the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Among other matches, the
opening game and the final. In addition, it is the headquarters of the parties
of the Selection of
South Africa.

Rose Bowl

The Rose Bowl Stadium is known to host, in
five times, the Super Bowl. Too
Games tests have been disputed
Olympic Games of 1932 and 1984, and the final of the 1994 United States World Cup. The capacity of the stadium is 92,600 spectators. It is located in the
Pasadena city, Los Angeles (California). It was built in 1922, and, since
1982 UCLA Bruins play their home games.


Among his next commitments, is to host the
Champions League final in 2023. It is located in London and houses the
capacity for 90,000 spectators. He
Wembley Stadium is the local court of the National Team
England Soccer Championship. It is also considered a top-tier stadium by UEFA. After his
demolition, was rebuilt in early 2000. The stadium hosted the 2012 Olympics, and the Champions League finals 2011 and 2013.

Azteca Stadium

The Azteca Stadium is located in Mexico City
and it houses 87,523 spectators. It is
the largest court in Mexico and was inaugurated in 1966. It is the only stadium
who has held two World Cup finals:
Mexico 1970, with Pelé as a star, and Mexico 1986, with a Maradona

Nacional Bukit Jalil Stadium

It is currently the local stadium for the Malaysian National Soccer Team. But his
construction, in 1996, aimed to host the Games of the
British Commonwealth, in 1998. In addition, it was one of the venues of the Cup
Asian, in 2007. It is located in Kuala Lumpur and has a capacity of 87,411 spectators.


Borg Stadium
The Arab

The Borg El Arab Stadium is located in Alexandria
(Egypt) and has a capacity of 86,000
spectators. In addition to the grass, it has a running track. It was inaugurated
in 2006 and was built by the Corps of Engineers of the Armed Forces of the
African country. The original idea of the project was the presentation of the court
as one of the venues for the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Currently, the
Egypt Cup final.

Salt Lake

In its
At the time, it became the first and second largest stadium in the world. But currently,
This court in Calcutta (India) has a capacity for 85,000 people. It is a multidisciplinary court, and among its
important events, highlights, the final of the U-17 World Cup, in 2017.
today, they play the Indian team, and
the teams East Bengal, Mohun Bagan and Atlético de Kolkata.

ANZ Stadium

The ANZ Stadium is located inside the Park
Sydney Olympian (Australia). It has capacity for 83,500 spectators, and is a multipurpose stadium. Your event more
important event was held in 2000: the
Sydney Olympics. In the field the opening and closing were celebrated,
and the athletics tests and the soccer final were played. Currently, it is
the local field of the Socceroos.

MetLife Stadium

It is a multipurpose stadium, located in New Jersey,
near New York. Its inauguration dates from 2010, and its capacity is 82,566 spectators. It is the local headquarters
of the New York Jets and the New York Giants. In 2014, the Super Bowl was held, being the first court in
host this event outdoors, with such cold weather. Everything points to what will be
headquarters of the 2026 World Cup.

FedEx Field

Most of the events that take place in this
stadium are american football. The court is located in Maryland (United States)
and has a capacity of 82,000
spectators. Regarding soccer, it hosted the Women’s World Cup, in
1999. And it is another candidate for the 2026 World Cup, to be held in
United States, Mexico and Canada.

Signal Iduna

It is located in Dortmund (Germany) and has a
capacity for 81,365 people. The
yellow towers are a symbol for the city and Borussia Dortmund, the
local team. It opened in 1974 and is the largest court in the country. Its top-class stadium led him to
be one of the venues of the World Cup
Soccer 2006.

Stade de

The stadium is located in Saint-Denis, a town
adjoining Paris. Opened in 1998, it has capacity for 81,338 spectators. Was constructed
to host the World Cup of
1998. It is the local headquarters for the soccer and rugby teams. Also I know
they celebrated the finals of the Champions
in 2000 and 2006, the 2007 Rugby World Cup and the World Championship of
Athletics 2003.


Sports stadiums host crowds
sporting and cultural events. And you, which one do you like the most?


February 17, 2020