Top 10 Best Football Stadiums in the World

Football arenas have a huge impact on the beautiful football game. Modern football arenas have long ceased to be just a stadium. Today, building a stadium is a very expensive and complex architectural project and many of the arenas look more like a spaceships rather than a stadium.

Football has long ceased to be just a sport in the modern world as it has also become a business. Modern and rich club owners have spared no finance to build massive constructions for the supporters in order to earn more revenue.

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  • 1

    Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid

    The Spanish stadium is located in the north of Madrid and is currently owned by the Real Madrid football club. This is the second largest stadium in Spanish with 85,454 spectator’s capacity.

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  • 2

    Old Trafford, Manchester

    Often called theatre of Dreams, this is the second largest stadium in England after Wembley with a massive 76,212 spectator’s capacity. Located in the suburbs of Manchester, "Old Trafford" is the home ground of the Red Devils - Manchester United.

    Image courtesy: blogunited.co.uk

  • 3

    Camp Nou, Barcelona

    This is the home stadium for Football Club - FC Barcelona. This arena can hold up to 99,354 spectators and comes under five star rating. Above all, this is the largest stadium in Europe.

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  • 4

    San Siro, Milan

    Stadium San Siro is located in Milan and is the home ground for two football clubs at once – AC Milan and Inter Milan. The stadium can seat as many as 80,000 people.

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  • 5

    Donbass Arena, Donetsk

    Built in 2009 in Donetsk, "Donbass Arena" is the second largest stadium in Ukraine. This stadium can entertain 52,187 spectators and is the home stadium of Shakhtar Donetsk football team.

    Image courtesy: fpl.ua

  • 6

    Allianz Arena, Munich

    Located in the north of Munich, "Allianz Arena" is the home football stadium for Bayern Munich. Capacity - 66,000 seats.

    Image courtesy: inzumi.com

  • 7

    Wembley, London

    London's Wembley Stadium (or New Wembley) holds up to 90,000 spectators. The stadium is the home arena for the England national football team.

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  • 8

    Anfield, Liverpool

    Home ground of football club Liverpool FC, Anfield Road has four stands with a total capacity of 45,362 seats. The stadium is known for carrying some electrifying atmosphere across the world.

    Image courtesy: lfchistory.net

  • 9

    Emirates Stadium, London

    London stadium "Emirates" is the home ground of Arsenal FC, with a capacity of 60,355 people.

    Image courtesy: board.muse.mu

  • 10

    Luzhniki, Moscow

    Luzhniki Stadium is the largest stadium in Russia and one of the largest in the world, with capacity of around 84,745 people. It is the home ground for the Russian national team.

    Image courtesy: stadiumvibe.com

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