The 7 Best Soccer Stadiums In The World

 
  We love to see soccer stadiums that are massive architectonic monsters that have seen history in the making. Some of these stadiums are home to the most famous soccer clubs.These stadiums vibrate with the passion and love that fans have for the game. Here are some of the most amazing stadiums in the world.

7. Azteca Stadium

The Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, is 50 meters high, which could be as high as a 20 story building. It is the official stadium for the Club America and it can host up to 87,000 people.

#DatoCurioso El Estadio Azteca alcanza una altura de 50 mts de la cancha al techo, equivalente a un edificio de 20 pisos

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6. Camp Nou

It is the official home for the F.C. Barcelona and it can host up to 99,354 fans, which makes it the stadium with the highest capacity in our list.

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5. Santiago Bernabeú

This stadium, located in Madrid, Spain, can host 81,044 soccer fans and it’s the home of the Real Madrid C.F. Cristiano Ronaldo who was considered the best soccer player by the FIFA in 2016 plays for this team.

4. BBVA Bancomer Stadium

It’s the home for the Rayados of Monterrey, and this stadium is located in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It can host 52,237 fans. It was inaugurated on August 2015 and in this stadium you can find many restaurants. It has been nicknamed “The Steel Giant”.  

3. Maracaná Stadium

Its official name is the Jornalista Mário Filho Stadium and it is the biggest and most emblematic stadium in Brazil. It is located in Rio de Janeiro and it can welcome up to 78,838 people. It was the venue for the 2014 World Cup’s Final.

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2. Wembley Stadium

Located in London, England, this stadium can fit up to 90,000 fans. It is a fairly new construction which was finished 10 years ago, but it was built on top of the Old Wembley Stadium that dated from 1923.

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1. Ámsterdam Arena

It is the home for the Ajax soccer club, in Holland. It can fit 52,960 fans and it has been the venue for some of the most important events, including the final game for the UEFA Champions League in 2013.
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