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BEING OVERWHELMED WITH TOP 10 BIGGEST FOOTBALL STADIUMS IN THE WORLD

7. Wembley Stadium – England, the capacity: 90.000 seats

The Wembley stadium may not be a strange name to many worldwide football fans as this is the hosting pitch of England National Football Team and also the revenue where many legendary matches take place such as Champions League Final or FA Cup. 

Wembley Stadium – especially with the view from high above. 

Wembley Stadium was reconstructed throughout the period from 2002 to 2007 with the enormous total cost of up to 757 million pounds (1,1 billion USD). Thus, being the most modern and impressive stadium in the world at that time is not a hard-to-understand thing for the Wembley Stadium of England.

Located in the West of London capital so apart from holding the greatest football matches, the Wembley Stadium is also where melodious concerts of top 1st worldwide singers, musicians have taken place.

6. The Rose Bowl – America, the capacity: 92.542 seats 

Located in Pasadena, The Rose Bowl is the stadium that has the largest capacity in America, however, it is the public pitch but not the home pitch of the American National Football Team or any specific Club. 

The most impressive and outstanding match being taken place in Rose Bowl Stadium is the final of World Cup 1994. Apart from this remarkable match, The Rose Bowl is often chosen to hold friendly matches or an American football match.

5. FNB Stadium – Nam Phi, the capacity: 94.736 seats

Located in Johannesburg city, FNB Stadium is the largest stadium in South Africa and also Africa on the whole. Being established in 1989, with the other name as ”Soccer City”, FNB Stadium has been upgraded in 2008 to host World Cup 2010.

After World Cup 2010 came to a halt, this has been South Africa National Football League chose to be the home pitch of Kaizer Chiefs Club.

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Strange Stadium with A Railway Crossing

The home of the amateur club TJ Tatran Cierny Balog (Slovakia) surprised fans with the train tracks.

The home turf of amateur TJ Tatran Cierny in Slovakia will surprise many fans when there is a rails between the stands and the field. The audience can even witness a train passing by during the game.

Imagine how thrilling your experience will be when you arrive at TJ Tantran Cierny’s stadium, witness a train running along the piste road. This is the only stadium in the world with a railway crossing.

This railway was built in the early 1900s to transport timber from Cierny Balog to Hronec. Later, this railway network expanded and had a length of up to 132,000 km. At the time people built the rail, there was no football field like it is today.

Only later, when the village developed, did they create a local soccer field. Specifically, in 1982, the railway stopped working, but 10 years later, it started running again limited to this railway line, to serve tourists. Čierny Hron railway is currently 17 km long.

When the rail line was started, the movement in Cierny did not appear. Later, the area developed, along with the railway that stopped operating in 1982, a stadium began to be built. However, 10 years later, the railway began to run again as a heritage route for tourists, 17 km long.

This stadium belongs to the local team TJ Tatran Cierny. This is a small game with only 2 stands on the same side. The uniqueness of this locomotive makes it famous and attracts tourists.

However, the Mirror is afraid that whenever a train passes, it will make a loud noise, affecting the players playing, as well as restricting the visibility of the fans in the stands. Meanwhile, the football field belongs to the local TJ Tatran Čierny Balog club. This is just a small stadium, with two stands on one side and open “freedom” on the other.