Five biggest stadiums
England, Spain, Italy, Germany, Holland, France and most of the European country’s football is considered as the best leagues in the world, But Europe doesn’t have any of the five biggest stadium. The biggest in Europe is Camp Nou with the capacity of 96000, Which is 11th biggest football stadium in world.
Five biggest stadiums in the world are:
1.Rŭngrado May First Stadium: This stadium was built in 1989 for 13th world festival of youth and students. It is currently used for football matches. It has capacity of 150000 match viewers. It is 12th largest sporting venue in the world. It lies at Pyongyang, North Korea.
2.Salt Lake Stadium: This stadium was built in 1984 for Jawaharlal Nehru International Gold Cup Soccer Tournament. It has capacity of 120000 match viewers. The recent popular match played their was Bayern Munich vs Indian national team. It lies at Kolkota, India.
3.Michigan Stadium: This stadium is also called The Big House, which was built in 1927 had an capacity of 76000 earlier. It is the stadium for University of Michingan, Which currently has capacity of 110000 audience. It lies at Michingan, USA.
4.Beaver Stadium: This stadium was built in 1960 with the capacity of 46284. Later in 2001 it was expanded to 107282 seats. This stadium is named after James A. Beaver, a former governor of Pennsylvania. It lies at Pennsylvania, USA.
5.Estadio Azteca: This stadium was built in 1966 where 1986 world cup final was hosted. It has capacity of 104000 viewers. It is home to Mexican national football team and Club America. It lies at Mexico City, Mexico.