FIFA World Cup Stadium Guide: All Past & Present Venues

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Last Updated: July 20, 2021

Overview

We are currently in the process of restoring our old World Cup Stadium guides.


To see stadiums of each tournament, click any of the rows/links below.

 

HostFinal CityFinal StadiumAttendanceWinners
2022 – QatarLusailLusail Iconic StadiumTBDTBD
2018 – RussiaMoscowLuzhniki Stadium78,011France
2014 – BrazilRio de JaneiroEstádio do Maracanã74,738Germany
2010 – South AfricaJohannesburgSoccer City84,490Spain
2006 – GermanyBerlinOlympiastadion69,000Italy
2002 – South Korea & JapanYokohamaInternational Stadium69,029Brazil
1998 – FranceParisStade de France80,000France
1994 – United StatesPasadenaRose Bowl94,194Brazil
1990 – ItalyRomeStadio Olimpico73,603West Germany
1986 – MexicoMexico CityEstadio Azteca114,600Argentina
1982 – SpainMadridSantiago Bernabéu90,000Italy
1978 – ArgentinaBuenos AiresEstadio Monumental71,483Argentina
1974 – West GermanyMunichOlympiastadion75,200West Germany
1970 – MexicoNorth AmericaEstadio Azteca107,412Brazil
1966 – EnglandLondonWembley Stadium96,924England
1962 – ChileSantiagoEstadio Nacional68,679Brazil
1958 – SwedenSolnaRåsunda Stadium49,737Brazil
1954 – SwitzerlandBernWankdorf Stadium64,000West Germany
1950 – BrazilRio de JaneiroEstádio do Maracanã173,850Uruguay
1938 – FranceParisStade Olympique de Colombes45,000Italy
1934 – ItalyRomeStadio Nazionale PNF55,000Italy
1930 – UruguayMontevideoEstadio Centenario68,346Uruguay
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