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10 Largest Football Stadiums In The World (part 1)

The largest football stadium in the world today is the stadium of North Korea. It is the largest football field in the world. In fact, the stadium is the mecca of a football team and an immortal symbol of a nation. Here are the top 10 largest, most beautiful and most modern stadiums in the world. Surely they will make you amazed at the immense!

Rungrado May Day (North Korea) – The largest football stadium in the world

The largest football stadium in the world today is Rungrado May Day Stadium. It is the home ground of the Korean soccer team. Rungrado May Day can accommodate up to 150,000 people. Rungrado May Day Stadium is rarely used to organize football matches. Instead, it is often used in military parades or apprentices.

This is also considered one of the most modern football fields in the country. When the parades were held, the place that attracted the most attention was the stands of Rungrado May Day. Because that is where the focus of the cheerleading pictures, stickers of different colors, with thousands of people sitting in the audience.

Camp Nou (Spain): Beautiful and large football field

Camp Nou is considered the pride of the Spanish people. Because besides Tigui – Taqua, they also have one of the largest football stadiums in the world.

Camp Nou can accommodate up to 99,354 spectators. In the history of football matches, the Camp Nou used to hold a maximum of 121,749 spectators. However, after the repair and upgrade process, Camp Nou Studium is currently only available as it is now. However, it is still listed as one of the largest football fields in the world.

According to information from the Barcelona management, they have spent 600 million euros to upgrade the Camp Nou with a capacity of 105,000 seats. The project is expected to be completed in the 2020-2021 season.

Estadio Azteca (Mexico): Capacity of 95,500 people

Estadio Azteca is located in the bustling Mexico City. This is the home of the Mexican national team and America Club. This stadium can accommodate up to 95,500 spectators. A special feature is that Estadio Azteca is also the first football field in the world to hold 2 World Cup finals in history.

In addition to the world’s third-largest audience capacity, Estadio Azteca also had the opportunity to witness the special event “The Hand of God.” That’s when Diego Maradona scored for Argentina against England at the 1986 World Cup.