Football Stadiums

With the world having much love for football, the need for better and bigger stadiums has always resulted in some iconic infrastructures, several of which have become world’s best stadiums.

Untitled-1 AlianzIf you are unaware of where these beautiful stadiums are located, below is the top ten list of football stadiums in the world. Let’s begin:

Top 10 Football Stadiums of the World

10. The Azadi Stadium, Iran

Top 10 Football Stadiums of the World

Home to the Iran national football team, this stadium was inaugurated in the 1971 and has the capacity to carry approximately spectators. Furthermore, this huge complex is also equipped with other facilities such as swimming.

9. San Siro, Italy

Top 10 Football Stadiums of the World

As the name suggests, this Football Stadiums is standing beautifully in Milan, Italy. It can carry 80,000 people and is designed in such a manner so as to give every spectator maximum visibility regardless of where he may be seated. The Champions League Final in 2002 was held in San Siro.

8. Anfield, United Kingdom

Top 10 Football Stadiums of the World

Anfield Football Stadium: This one is made part of the top ten mainly because it is home to the Liverpool FC and has an electric environment which everyone would love to experience. The stadium’s capacity is not as huge and is limited to 54,074 spectators only however it is best known for the atmosphere that is created here particularly on European nights.

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  • Jd

    Camp Nou shouldn’t even be in this list as it’s a stadia and not a stadium… you thick that

  • aa

    How can you be that idiot? do you really want to compare the camp nou with the shitty Bernabeu

  • World Citizen

    Obviously an Englishman put this together, who has never traveled much. 3 Stadiums from England. Anfield? I know Liverpool have a special history but their stadium does not deserve such a praise. Old Trafford, whilst also a historically significant stadium, it is architecturally inferior. You can tell it has been extended multiple times with no set vision.

  • DFG

    jajajajajaja this list was clearly written by a golfer

  • Meow Time

    Anfield’s capacity is now 54,074. Please update.

  • Rahul Reddy

    Westfalenstadion should be no.1.