5) Signal Iduna Park
Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park is one of the biggest stadium not only in Germany but also in the world. The stadium known for its famous yellow wall has a capacity of 81,365. It has over seen some of the fantastic games in the last decade also including the Germany vs Italy semi final in the 2006 World Cup while also witnessing Robert Lewandowski destroy Real Madrid scoring 4 goals on a historic semi final night in 2013 in the Champions League. The stadium remains one of the fiercest grounds for opposition teams to come and play at especially with the inimical support the black and yellow have.
4) Borg El Arab Stadium Alexandria Egypt
The Borg El Arab stadium in Egypt has a capacity of 86000 and is amongst the top 10 largest Association football stadiums. The stadium was built as a part of Egypt’s bid to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup which eventually its neighbouring country South Africa hosted. Coincidentally it is also Africa’s second biggest stadium with the stadium in Johannesburg which hosted the world cup final 2010 the biggest in the continent.
3) EstadioAzteca Mexico
Mexico’s Estadio Azteca is one of the easy recognisable stadiums for FIFA lovers.The stadium has been open since May 1966 and has been used as a stadium for the FIFA World Cup final twice like the Maracana in Brazil.What is remarkable about Estadio Azteca is that it had a capacity of more than more than hundred thousands people before several Constructions and safety measures brought it down 100,000 in the 2000s. The latest reconstruction it underwent was in 2016 which further brought down its capacity to 84,000.
2) Fnb Stadium Johannesburg
The stadium is well known for hosting the FIFA World Cup final which saw Iniesta score the winning goal late in extra time to break the Dutch hearts. It also hosted the opening game of the world cup when Tshabalala scored the first goal for South Africa. The stadium has a capacity of 94700 and was also the venue for African cup of nations in 1996 which South Africa won defeating Tunisia in the final.
- Camp Nou Barcelona
Barca’s Camp Nouor Nou camp as it’s often pronounced doesn’t need any an introduction to football fans. One of the most intimidating stadium the sport industry might have ever had, Barca’sNou camp has a capacity of 98700 making is the biggest stadium in football world. It has been home to some of the best players of all time including the likes of Diego Maradona, Ronaldinho, Luis Figo and more recently a certain LionelMessi. And in addition has also been the home of some of the legendary games of all time including the 1999 Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Manchester United which United famously won by scoring two goals in the injury time to complete the historic treble. Moreover it is also seen some great El clasicos over the last few years.