4. Azadi Stadium – Iran, the capacity: 95.225 seats
Being taken into practice sin 1973 by Iran, Azadi Stadium was really close to be chosen as the official revenue of hosting the 1984 Olympic. However, because of some complex political reasons so this Islamic nation lost its right of hosting this prestigious sports event.
3. Estadio Azteca – Mexico, the capacity: 95.500 seats
Being the home pitch of the Mexico National Football team and America Club, therefore, it is a easy-to-understand thing that Estadio Azteca stadium located in crowded Mexico City.
Apart from having an enormous capacity, this stadium also makes great impression on others as it was where the “Hand of god” event took place. This was the quarter-final of World Cup 1986, when Diego Maradona, an Argentinian footballer scored an illegal goal into the England goal.
This is the first stadium on the world has the honor to host 2 finals of World Cup throughout the history.
2. Camp Nou – Spanish, the capacity: 99.354 seats
Apart from the famous tiqui-taqua football, Cules must also be proud as they own one of the biggest stadiums on the world. Throughout the history, Camp Nou stadium used to have the capacity of up to 121.749 seats, however after 3 times of repairing and upgrading, its capacity has been down to 99.354 seats as nowadays.
1. Rungrado May Day Stadium – North Korea, the capacity: 150.000 seats
Being the home pitch of North Korea National Team, however, it is strange that there have been a few football matches being held on this stadium. Instead, it has often been used for army aims such as parades. Rungrado May Day Stadium is considered as the biggest and most modern construction of North Korea.