Azteca With the world having many fans for football, the need for better and bigger stadium has always resulted in some that are very special indeed, several of which have become world’s best stadiums. The criteria used in deciding this list are the stadium’s capacity and record attendances, what major football tournaments and showpiece finals they have hosted, and what eye-catching and memorable matches took place. If you’re interested in knowing where these iconic football grounds are located, check out the list of Top Ten Football stadiums in the world.
1. Rungnado May Day Stadium
What makes Rungnado earn the top position is its size. Rungnado stadium in North Korea is regarded as the largest stadium in the world. The stadium can seat 150,000 seats and a total floor space of more than 207,000 square metres.
2. Wembley Stadium
The stadium was reopened in 2007 built on the same location where the previous 1923 Wembley stadium existed. It is a home to all England National Team games as well as other European football tournaments. The stadium can seat 90,000 fans and it has already featured two Champions League Final matches.
3. The Allianz Arena
4. Old Trafford stadium
5. Camp Nou, Spain
Camp Nou, Europe’s largest football stadium is the home of the legendary FC Barcelona. With a capacity of 99,354, it is now the largest stadium in Europe. Of the different facilities on offer inside the stadium, of particular note are a chapel next to the changing rooms, the presidential box, the VIPs lounge, the press rooms, several television studios, the Sports Medicine Centre, the Operative Control Unit (UCO), the veteran players area, the FC Barcelona club museum, and the offices of all of the many different club departments.
6. Azteca- Mexico
Iconic venue in Mexico City, the Estadio Azteca stadium is the place to enjoy the best football soccer in Mexico. The massive bowl sits in the southern part of this sprawling metropolis like a concrete sombrero. It is the home to Mexican football club America. The stadium hosts 105,000 spectators.
7. Soccer city, South Africa
FNB Stadium, also know n as Soccer city , is a stadium located in Nasrec of Johannesburg, South Africa. It has hosted the 2010 World cup in South Africa. It seats 94,000 spectators to enjoy the best soccer in the world.
8. Bernabeu, Spain
9. Anfield, United Kingdom
10. San Siro, Italy
The San Siro officially named “the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza is the proud home of two of Italy’s great football clubs, AC Milan and Internazionable. Befitting a venue of such grandeur, the San Siro has twice hosted football’s most-renowned international showpiece. The FIFA World Cups ™ of 1934 and 1990 both offered up historic encounters on what is one of the sport’s purest stages.