Where are the biggest football stadiums in the world?
The answers might just surprise you.
As the biggest sport globally, it’s no surprise that most of the world’s largest stadiums play host to football clubs – but you’ll be hard-pressed to locate some of them off the top of your head.
While history and design are important, we think size really does matter when it comes to a club’s ground.
Here are just some of the biggest football stadiums in the world right now….
Largest Football Stadiums – The Ones You Probably Know…
The Estadio Azteca Stadium – Mexico
Opened: 1966 (renovated 2016)
Home to: Club América; Cruz Azul; Mexico national football team
Wembley Stadium – England
Home to: England national football team
Rose Bowl Stadium – USA
Home to: UCLA Bruins; United States national football team
First National Bank Stadium (Soccer City) – South Africa
Home to: Kaizer Chiefs; South Africa national football team
Camp Nou Stadium – Spain
Home to: Barcelona
Biggest Football Stadiums – Some You Probably Don’t Know…
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium – Indonesia
Opened: 1962 (renovated 2018)
Home to: Persija Jakarta; Indonesia national football team
Salt Lake Stadium – India
Opened: January 1984
Home to: ATK Mohun Bagan; East Bengal FC; Mohun Bagan
Borg El Arab Stadium – Egypt
Home to: Smouha; Egyptian National team
Bukit Jalil National Stadium – Malaysia
Opened: July 1998 (renovated 2017)
Home to: Malaysian national football team
And, Finally… The Biggest Football Stadium In The World
The Rungrado 1st of May Stadium – North Korea
Home to: North Korea national football team
We’ve rounded off the biggest football stadiums worldwide, but which is your favourite?
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