Top 20 World’s Most Impressive Stadiums : Ready for fun?

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By Football Tripper
Last Updated: November 10, 2020

Speed bingo is an entertaining game, which people all over the world love to play. There are various stadiums, which host regular bingo events, and people can meet up in these places to have a fun time. The bingo stadiums not only host bingo events but also have various food courts and other centers, which make sure that people visiting these places have a gala time altogether. Other than stadiums hosting bingo games, there are stadiums, which host various other events. Below is a list of some of the most impressive stadiums, which hold various games and events.

  1. Wembley Stadium, London – The stadium is one of the most impressive stadiums in the world. The new Wembley was opened in 2007 and introduced a Wembley Arch in place of the Twin Towers.um, Londo
  2. Allianz Arena, Germany – It is one of the few stadiums where colors change to reflect the two teams, which play in the ground. This stadium is relatively new and was opened in 2005.
  3. San Siro, Italy – The stadium is Italy’s most famous and biggest stadium. It can seat around 80,000 people and has three tiers.
  4. Camp Nou, Spain – With a capacity to hold more than 95,000 people, the stadium is Europe’s largest football stadium. The stadium was opened in 1957 and even includes a museum and various television studios.
  5. Forsyth Barr, New Zealand – The place is New Zealand’s biggest and multipurpose events stadium. It allows spectators to enjoy a climate-controlled environment, although the field is full of natural grass.
  6. Maracana, Brazil – Situated in Rio de Janeiro, the stadium is one of the most prominent in the world. The fact that the place has hosted the FIFA World Cup and Olympics makes the stadium of historic importance.
  7. Fenway Park, Massachusetts – Built in 1912, the stadium has 27,000 seats and is one of the most recognizable stadiums in the world.
  8. Olympiastadion, German – The stadium of 70,000 capacity was built for the Olympics, during which it had a capacity of around 100,000.
  9. National Stadium, Poland – The stadium opened in 2011 and can hold around 58,000 people. The stadium is surrounded by spires and cables and provides strength to the somewhat transparent roof and make the place much more attractive.
  10. Pancho Arena, Hungary – The stadium may not have many seats, but the place is known for its organic architecture as the venue is built using timber.
  11. National Stadium, Taiwan – Built in 2009, the stadium can hold 55,000 people. This venue usually hosts only football matches and also hosted the main events for the 2009 World Games.
  12. Aviva Stadium, Ireland – The people of Ireland have an image of this venue on their passport. Built in 2010, the stadium hosts various events.
  13. The Colosseum, Italy – The stadium can hold 50,000 people in numerous seating structures and levels. The venue is well prepared to even hold aquatic events if the need arises.
  14. Michigan Stadium, Michigan – The stadium was opened in 1927 by the University of Michigan and can hold 72,000 people. The building was raised on an underground spring, and three-quarters of the building is below ground level.
  15. Bird’s Nest, China – The stadium is huge with a capacity to hold 80,000 people. The colorful lights surrounding the venue make the place gorgeous.
  16. Olympic Stadium, England – The stadium is one of the lightest in the world, which is made up of merely 10,000 tons of steel and 50% of recycled materials. The venue is huge and has seating for 80,000 people.
  17. Providence Park, Oregon – The stadium was built in 1926 and went under a rework without changing much in the original place.
  18. AT&T Stadium, Texas – Built in 2009, the place can hold 80,000 people, which makes it the fourth biggest stadium in the NFL in terms of seating capacity.
  19. Soccer City, South Africa – Built in 1989, was refurbished in 2009 for the 2010 World Cup.
  20. Anfield Road, United Kingdom – The stadium although not too big and only with a capacity of around 45,000 seats makes it one of the best in the world.

 

Conclusion

With so many popular sports all over the world, there is regularly a need for more stadiums, which results in more and more stadiums coming up. These stadiums are located in different countries and differ in size and capacity. However, there is something in each one of them that makes them different, and watching a match in these stadiums is always an exciting experience.

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By Football Tripper
Last Updated: November 10, 2020

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