Biggest Sports Arenas in the World

Biggest Sports Arenas in the World

The biggest sports stars can be seen on TV screens, billboards and magazine covers but to watch them live you must visit the sports stadiums where they play. Here is a list of the largest and most popular sports arenas where people can flood in to see their heroes.

1. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium, North Korea (150,000 capacity)

The biggest sports arena in the world was built for hosting athletics events, football matches and Mass games.

2. Michigan Stadium, United States of America (107,601 capacity)

Home to the University of Michigan Wolverines is the biggest football stadium and can hold up even to 115,000 supporters.

3. Beaver Stadium, United States of America (107,572 capacity)

The Penn State Nittany Lions from Pennsylvania play on one of the greatest sports stadiums.

4. Ohio Stadium, United States of America (104,944 capacity)

The Shoe is the home of the Ohio State Buckeyes football club.

5. Tiger Stadium, United States of America (102,321 capacity)

The Death Valley in Louisiana is one of the biggest in the United States.

6. Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia (100,024 capacity)

The MCG is the biggest Cricket ground in the world and impresses with its circular form.

7. Camp Nou, Spain (99,786 capacity)

The home of FC Barcelona is the biggest association football stadium in the world.

8. Soccer City, South Africa (94,713 capacity)

The African pot, hosted the association football World Cup final between Spain and Netherlands in 2010.

9. Wembley, England (90,000 capacity)

The biggest stadium in the United Kingdom was built in 2007 on the place of the old Twin Tower-adorned stadium.

10. Estadio Azteca, Mexico (87,000 capacity)

The largest stadium in Mexico is home of Club America association football team and Mexico national football team.


On the list of sports arenas with over 100,000 capacity can be added also: Kyle Field, Texas, United States (102,733 capacity), Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States (102,455 capacity), Bryant–Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States (101,821 capacity) and Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas, United States (100,119 capacity).

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