Looking forward to stepping into the arena of dreams, well you’ve got to fly to Germany for that. From the inflated ETFE plastic panels to the energized atmosphere in the dressing room, each and every moment in this arena carries the roar of 75000 football fans in your ear.
Opened in 2005, it was the first stadium to illumine in four different colors. Home to FC Bayern Munich, the stadium has offered a very clean and wonderful atmosphere to the spectators. And when Bayern is on the ground, the colors light up into red in support of the home team.
The stadium offers megastores, 3 day-care centers, and restaurants. Despite all these facilities, Bayern is not pleased with the stadium so they are looking for a couple of replacements and renovation including revamped toilet and video wall.
Wanna take a magic ride to the dressing room or a trophy room and what about the nerve-wracking atmosphere. Well, you can witness it through your own eyes, all you’ve got to do is get yourself a home in England cause it’s only possible here at Old Trafford.
Home of Man U, it’s the largest football stadium in England and you can also count in for the list of world’s largest stadium. At the Theatre of Dreams, prepare yourself for the overwhelming crowds of 74,994 and of course, some star players as you’re likely to see them.
There is amply to see here: Statue of Sir Matt Busby, megastore, red café and club museum. But if you are one of those who likes going out of the box then get yourself match day VIP booking and enjoy your heart out. Also, we have good news for the Man U fans as the officials are planning to get extra seats at Old Trafford and expand it to 88,000 capacity seaters.
The ANZ Stadium, Australia
Visit ANZ stadium and you’ll feel like heaven away from heaven. Used for numerous sports and events, ANZ stands as an iconic masterpiece in Sydney welcoming 83,500 spectators.Located in the Sydney Olympic Park, Australia, this stadium was finished in March 1999, and since then the fans have loved every second and moment here in ANZ.
It’s been a host country for numerous sports codes such as football, rugby league, rugby union, AFL, and cricket. And trust me the screaming and shouting is non-stop in breathless hysteria here. Just make sure that you protect your eardrum and it’s all good.
Altogether more than 25 million fans have already walked the stadium to become the evidence of drama, excitement, tears, and have shared the hunger for some of Australia biggest events including football.
Ataturk Olympic Stadium
If you are diehard football fans then you must see Ataturk Olympic Stadium to share the passion for football. Dedicated to the president of the Republic of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the stadium is located in İkitelli district of Istanbul.
A capacity to bring 76,092 audiences in the home has made this stadium the largest one in the Turkey as well as in the world. On May 25, 2005, the stadium presented the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and final.
The home ground for Turkish National Soccer Team, Ataturk Stadium has hosted a number of sports events in the field. It was also the home ground for Turkish giant Galatasaray football team for a couple of years. And the best part about this stadium is that, in any case of emergency, the officials can evict the audiences within 7.5 minutes by using all its 148 exit gates and 134 entrances.
Here comes Russia’s gigantic Luzhniki Stadium and it tells you that when Russia does the business, it does big. Initially known as Central Lenin Stadium, Luzhniki is the part of Luzhiniki Olympic Complex and stands in the Khamovniki District of the Central Administrative Okrug of Moscow City.
With the capacity to bring 81,000 spectators under the same roof, the stadium has become a well-deserved host for numerous sporting events. However, things have quite changed now, today it’s largely taken as the home of Russian national football team.
It is one of the few stadiums in the world to use artificial pitch and that’s for a reason because the natural grass pitch can’t endure the harsh weather condition of Russia. In past few years, Russian football clubs like Torpedo Moscow, PFC CSKA Moscow and Spartak Moscow have used the stadium as their home ground.
Looking forward to being a part of big sporting events like FIFA World cup then book yourself a ticket in San Siro stadium. Named after two-time World Cup champion Giuseppe Meazza, football team like A.C Milan and Inter Milan have looked the house as their home ground.
Overall, San Siro is able to welcome 80,018 spectators inside the stadium, which makes it one of the largest arena in Europe. It could have been even bigger and better only if the plans for 150,000 audiences had been accomplished, but the current one is not bad either.
Opened in September 1926, it has already presented some of the huge sporting events including 1934 FIFA World Cup and 1990 FIFA World Cup. Like every other stadium, Siro also turns out to be a club when sports is not in the center. It’s not that upsetting to reach the stadium, you can get there by metro or tram. It’s all your choice.
Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
Wanna know how it feels like to see two gladiators fighting and dominating each other on the ground then go for Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Home of World’s heavyweight, Real Madrid, Santiago stadium located in Madrid, Spain is the most celebrated and well-known stadium for football fans.
Initially opened as Nuevo Estadio Chamartin, the stadium was replaced with Santiago in honor of Club’s president Santiago Bernabeu Yeste who led the club to its highest peaks. From the soaring height to irresistible crowds, the atmosphere in Santiago is just insane.
Imagine a roar of 85,454 in your ear; no doubt it’ll bring a pain in your ear. But that’s gonna blow away just the moment you see the legendary whites including Cristiano Ronaldo. And now the Real Madrid has brought a good news for their fans cause the stadium is expected to get even bigger by getting much-needed renovations of 400 million euros.
One of the largest and renowned venues in the world, Wembley has undoubtedly offered some memorable events in the history. It was the same stadium which hosted 1948 Olympic Games and 1966 FIFA World Cup where England got victory over Germany.
Originally called Empire Stadium, English football emblematic, Wembley was made as the centerpiece of British Empire Exhibition. It has an iconic sliding roof that covers every seat in the venue, which makes it the largest fully covered stadium in the world.
Also, the pitch of Wembley is unique than any other stadiums as it blends the synthetic grass with natural Wembley grass, strengthening the surface. It has the capacity to occupy 90,000 spectators which makes it the largest stadium in the world. When Wembley is not hosting a big sporting event, it’s on for music concerts.
Signal Iduna Park
You can’t expect to get any bigger atmosphere than here in Signal Iduna Park. Known for its electric atmosphere and the overwhelming crowd, Iduna Park is home to Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund. Located in Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, the venue is Germany’s largest stadium ever.
Initially called Westfalenstadion, the stadium was later re-named Signal Iduna Park and all thanks to sponsorship arrangement or else we would have struggle our whole life getting its right name.
With the league capacity of 81,360 viewers, the stadium has recorded an attendance of 1.37 million spectators to date. The capacity of 25,000 seaters has made the stadium an only European club with largest standing terrace and since it has an intense atmosphere up there, it’s nicknamed ‘Yellow Wall’.
If you are a Barcelona fan, you can’t afford to miss, Camp Nou because it’s a home ground to FC Barcelona. Located in Barcelona, Spain, this stadium has the capacity of 122,354 that makes it the largest venue in Spain as well as in the world.
One of the richest and celebrated football club in the world, Camp Nou was originally planned to be knowns as Estadi del FC Barcelona but thank god they use the popular one.
The host for 1982 FIFA World Cup and 1992 Summer Olympics, Camp Nou has presented numerous sports events. And now the stadium is about to get its much-anticipated make-over including the extension of seat capacity. Other than football events, the venue has also hosted some big concerts.