Any sports lover would never miss watching a game in the stadium, and no age limit can surpass this excitement. Numerous stories are created on the playground, and players love to share them with their families over some time. A stadium is where everyone is at their peak excitement, be it a player or the audience. Also, it is one of the most crucial factors responsible for enhancing the overall experience. When we wait for the day to witness our favorite team and player playing the game, we expect to be greeted by a host who can welcome us and offer a comfortable viewing experience. There are numerous stadiums across the globe, and we can’t rank them accordingly. However, just a handful of them carries brilliant structures, and the governments are working tirelessly to develop their infrastructure. We have seen a surge in the construction of advanced sports cities being developed in various parts of the globe. Let’s dive into it without any further adieu.
Azadi Stadium (Iran)
The stadium is quite popular among football fans, and it was built and opened to the public in 1973. The structure is quite marvelous, with loads of modern touches. The seating capacity of Azadi Stadium goes above 95,000. The football stadium is a part of a sports city with several courts for tennis, swimming, etc. It’s a home for Iran’s national team and two local football clubs.
Ibrox Stadium (Scotland)
The tenant of this stadium is the Rangers football club, and it was revealed back in 1899. With a seating capacity of around 51,000 people, the stadium is filled with the Rangers fans in every game played there. Recently, the stadium has been struggling for its survival. The fans have emerged to be the proper support in the tough times of Rangers FC.
Estadio Azteca (México)
Construction was completed in the year 1966; this Mexico stadium has a capacity of over 1 lac seats. The stadium boasts of hosting two football world cups in 1970 and 1986. The whole atmosphere tends to become much more electric when the stadium is fully capacity cheering for their favorite team. It’s sad to say that this was the stadium that witnessed the Hand of God goal made by Diego Maradona.
Santiago Bernabeu (Madrid)
Home to the football club Real Madrid and the country’s national team, Santiago Bernabeu’s construction was completed in 1947, and it has a seating capacity of over 85,000 people. It boasts of hosting the world cup finals of 1982. Real Madrid has 9 European titles, and it is proof that this football club is going to remain on the top for a more extended period. The stadium has been renovated twice since its inception, once in 1982 and later in 2001. Apart from these, a few of the stadiums worth mentioning are London’s Wembley Stadium, Spain’s Camp Nou, England’s Old Trafford, and more. All of these stadiums have a seating capacity of over 85,000 people.
Signal Iduna Park (Germany)
The home for Borussia Dortmund was revealed to the masses in 1974 and can easily be tagged under stadiums with the best architecture. The geometrical design language will give it a modern look and appeal. The seating capacity here will go up to 80,645, and it hosted group stage matches of 1974 and 2006. Also, the Signal Iduna Park is the largest stadium in the country.