China is about to have a billion-dollar soccer field with a capacity of 100,000 spectators in Guangzhou, the Bernabeu and Brazil used to have the largest Maracana in the world. However, the stadiums introduced following not everyone has heard of.
1) Rungrado 1-5 (Pyongyang, North Korea)
With a capacity of 150,000 spectators, this is the largest arena in the world, the home ground of the North Korean soccer team. The yard is covered with magnolia petals, in addition to sports and football events, the yard is also a venue for music shows, parade locations to celebrate the country’s great holidays.
- Kaohsiung National Stadium (Kaohsiung, Taiwan China)
It’s not on the list of the largest stadiums in the world with only 55,000 seats but Kaohsiung National Stadium is definitely one of the most stunning landscapes.
The semicircular design makes the Kaohsiung stadium different from the motifs commonly found in every stadium when the entrance is completely closed at one end of the pitch and is the first soccer field in the world operated entirely by solar energy. self-supply.
- Michigan Stadium (USA)
Nicknamed “The Big House” with 107,601 seats, the world’s third largest Michigan stadium and the home of the American football team “The Wolverines” at the University of Michigan.
The stadium was built in 1927, primarily to host the National Association of National Universities Sports Association (NCAA) tournaments. However, this largest school in the United States is also used to host many international soccer matches in the summer.
This giant football field hosted many International Champions Cup seasons, each hosting the world’s top teams, in which, when Man United and Real Madrid met at the 2014 International Champions Cup, more than 109,000 spectators came to the field, to be Recorded as the most crowded match in the world in recent decades.
- Salt Lake Stadium (Kolkata, India)
Built in 1984, the Salt Lake stadium originally had a capacity of 120,000, making it India’s largest and second largest stadium in the world. In 1997, more than 137,000 people showed up to watch the semi-finals of the Indian League Cup between Mohun Bagan and East Bengal.
- Estadio Azteca (Mexico City, Mexico):
Estádio Azteca, home of the America Cruz Azul Club and the Mexican team, was one of the most famous schools in the world when it was the first venue to host the 1970 and 1986 World Cup finals.
- Guangdong Olympic Stadium (Guangzhou, China)
After two years of construction, the Guangdong Olympic Stadium opened in September 2001 to become China’s largest stadium with a capacity of 80,012 spectators.
- Gelora Bung Karno Golf Course (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Located in the heart of Jakarta, Gelora Bung Karno Stadium has been in operation since 1962 with a capacity of 77,193 spectators and became the third largest stadium in Asia.
- Bukit Jalil National Stadium (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
With 87,411 seats, Bukit Jalil is the 8th largest in the world and the largest in Southeast Asia. This is the home of the Malaysian football team.