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Football stadiums are the best for all the entertainment they provide. Let’s have a look at the 10 Beauties and the Beasts of the Football world.

  1. Camp Nou

Capacity: 99,354

Home Team: FC Barcelona

Camp Nou

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It is the largest Football stadium in Europe and the second largest Football stadium in the world. It is located in Barcelona, Spain.

 

  1. Old Trafford

Capacity: 75,635

Home Team: Manchester United

Fondly known as the “Theatre of Dreams”, it is located in Great Manchester, United Kingdom. It is the proud home of the world’s most loved Football club “Manchester United”. It is also the second largest Football stadium in UK.

 

  1. Allianz Arena

Capacity: 75,024

Home Team: Bayern Munich, German National Football team, TSV 1860 Munchen

 

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Allianz Arena At Night

An absolute German Beauty, this stadium is located in Munich, Germany. This Beast is just the first of its kind to be designed with a colour changing exterior. The entire stadium is capable of lighting up its own colour. It is also the third largest stadium in Germany.

 

  1. Wembley Stadium

Capacity: 90,000

Home Team: England National Team

 

This massive stadium which is also UK’s largest is situated at Wembley, London. It was reconstructed in the year 2007. Apart from Football matches, a lot of concerts also happen at this stadium.

 

 

  1. Soccer City

Capacity: 94,736

Home Team: South Africa National Football team, Kaizer Chiefs.

 

Soccer City, South Africa

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Formerly known as the First National Bank Stadium, it is situated in Johannesburg, South Africa. This Arena is of historic importance as Nelson Mandela gave his first speech after his prison release in 1990 at this venue. It is the largest Football stadium in Africa.

 

  1. Estadio Azetca

Capacity: 95,500

Home Team: Mexico National Football team, Club America

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A legendary stadium with a huge history, where Diego Maradona scored the “Goal of the Century” in 1986, it is located in Mexico City and is also the third largest stadium in the world by capacity.

 

  1. Signal Iduna Park

Capacity: 81,359

Home Team: Borussia Dortmund

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A stadium that has seen the epics of the most loyal fans, Iduna Park is Germany’s Biggest. Home to Borussia Dortmund of Bundesliga, this arena has always been drenched in Yellow because of the arduous support from all the BVB fans.

 

  1. Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Capacity: 81,044

Home Team: Spanish National Football team, Real Madrid.

This historical stadium has been hosting matches since 1947. It is Real Madrid’s dearest home. It has hosted several finals including the Champions League finals in 2010.

  1. San Siro

Capacity: 80,018

Home Team: AC Milan, Inter Milan

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One of the best stadiums in Italy, the San Siro has hosted a number of nail-biting and historic matches over the years. It also hosts numerous music concerts, notably the acts of One Direction, U2, Rolling Stones. Etc.

 

  1. Millennium Stadium

Capacity: 74,500

Home Team: Wales National Football team, Welsh Rugby Union

Millennium Stadium

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More than Football matches, numerous Rugby matches are hosted at this stadium as it is owned by the Rugby Union. But when Wembley stadium was under construction, all the Football matches were hosted in Cardiff at this venue.

 

As we have listed out our 10, we have our other stadiums like Emirates and Anfield that could definitely be one of the bests in the world. Which arena do you think is the king of all the arenas? Shoot your responses in the comments.

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