Azadi Stadium (Iran)
Azadi Stadium was put into use in 1973. It is one of the 10 largest football stadiums in the world. Its capacity is up to 95,225 audience. Azadi had almost won the right to host the 1984 Olympic Games. But for some political reasons, the people of this Muslim nation have not seen this meaningful Olympics.
FNB Stadium (South Africa)
FNB Stadium is located in the city of Johannesburg. This is the largest football stadium in South Africa in particular and Africa in general. FNB is also known as Soccer City and was put into use in 1989. By 2010, Soccer City was renovated to serve the hosting of the 2010 World Cup.
FBN is one of the largest football stadiums in the world. It can accommodate up to 94,736 seats. This is where a lot of important matches played in World Cup history. Especially the rise of the Spanish national football team. Interestingly, after the World Cup ended, Soccer City was “shared” by the South African Football Federation into the home of Kaizer Chiefs Club.
The Rose Bowl (USA)
The Rose Bowl is a stadium located in Pasadena. It is the largest capacity stadium in the United States. However, the special thing is that The Rose Bowl is not the football field of the national team or any football club.
As one of the largest football fields in the world, The Rose Bowl can accommodate up to 92,542 spectators. The largest stadium in the United States has seen the final of the 1994 World Cup. In the absence of the World Cup, this is the place for rugby matches or friendly matches.
Bukit Jalil National Stadium (Malaysia)
Located right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Jalil is Malaysia’s largest stadium. Its capacity reaches 87,411 audience. The original purpose of the construction of this stadium was to organize the All-Sports Games. Song, then it was used to host the Asian Cup
or Sea Games. Besides, Bukit Jalil was also chosen to host the Disney shows. This is a special highlight that attracts people around the world.