Standing in the list of the most unique stadiums around the world might be the Rungrado 1st of May stadium with the shocking capacity of up to 150.000 seats, or the semicircle shaped Kaohsiung stadium utilizing sun power to operate, or Azteca stadium, where Maradona created his unforgettable mark with “the goal of decade”..
China is going to have the most expensive stadium of the world with the capacity of up to 100.000 spectators in Guangzhou, Spain owns one of the most prestigious stadium – Nou Camp, Bernabeu while Brazil used to have the largest stadium – Maracana in the world… However, these stadiums being listed below might be new to many football fans.
- Rungrado Stadium 1-5 (Pyongyang, North Korea)
With the capacity of up to 150.000 spectators, Rungrado Stadium is the largest stadium in the world, which is the home pitch of the national North Korean team. This stadium features an impressive magnolia-petal-shaped top, apart from sports and football events, this is also where numerous music and entertaining shows or parades took place during important days of the nation.
- Kaohsiung Stadium (Kaohsiung, Taiwan, China)
Not being on the list of top largest stadiums all around the world with the capacity of only 55.000 seats, however, the national Kaohsiung stadium – designed and constructed by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito – is definitely the most gorgeous and well-constructed stadium, which features great view.
The semicircle construction of Kaohsiung stadium makes itself unique and outstanding from the normal, easy-to-be-seen stadiums around the world. This is also the first stadium in the world to totally run on the alternative power, which is sun power.
Kaohsiung stadium was built on purpose of hosting World Games 2009, and nowadays, tens of thousands spectators can come and enjoy the most fantastic football plays in here.