Football matches are played in stadiums, the stadiums have seats which accommodate spectators who come to watch their favorite clubs play matches.
Different clubs play matches in different stadiums though two or more clubs can play in the same stadium, some football stadiums and their stadiums are:
10.Roma And Lazio (Italy) –
The stadium of Italian clubs Lazio and Roma is called Stadio Olimpico.The rivals have been sharing this stadium ever since 1953.In Italy, it has the largest sports facility and hosts the finals of the Italian Cup each season.
After undergoing renovation for the 1990 world cup which Italy hosted, it was reported to have a capacity of 72,698.
9.Hertha BSC (Germany) –
Hertha BSC stadium is one of the most aesthetically pleasing stadiums on the list.The name of their stadium is Olympiastadion and was originally constructed for the 1936 Olympics and has been the home of the Bundesliga side since 1963.It has a seating capacity of 74,475.The stadium hosts the finals of German Cup each season.
8.Sepahan FC (Iran) –
Their home ground is the Naghsh-e-Jahan Stadium which has a seating capacity of 75,000.Sepahan FC are the eighth club with the biggest Stadium in the world and also they were the first Iranian club to reach the AFC Champions League Finals in 2007.
7.Bayern Munich (Germany) –
The stadium of the German league champions Bayern Munich is one of the colossal modern stadiums in the world of football.The Allianz Arena has a seating capacity of 75,024 and is supplemented by a world’s first colour changing exterior with ETFE plastic panels enabling the stadium to light up in club colours.
Bayern Munich Stadium hosted the 2012 UEFA champions league final where they lost to Chelsea on penalties.
6.Manchester United (England) –
The Red Devils have one of the biggest stadiums in the world which was nicknamed to be the theatre of dreams.Old Trafford is the biggest Stadium in England and has a capacity of 75,731.The stadium hosted several England games during the construction of the new Wembley.It also hosted the 2003 champions league finals where AC Milan defeated Juventus after a penalty shootout.
5.Esteghlal Tehran FC (Iran) –
This is the second Iranian football club on the list.Azadi Stadium is the home ground for Esteghlal and also Persepolis of the Persian Gulf pro and it has a seating capacity of 78,116.
Azadi Stadium have hosted games for the Iranian National team where it had a record attendance of over 128,000 for a World Cup qualifier against Australia in 1998.
4.AC Milan And Inter Milan (Italy) –
San Siro Stadium also known as Guiseppe Meazza is shared between league rivals AC Milan and Inter Milan and it’s the biggest Stadium in Italy.It has a capacity of 80,018.
The stadium hosted the Champions league finals recently in 2016 and there are plans of demolishing the iconic venue and replace it with a new one.
3.Real Madrid (Spain) –
Santiago Bernabue, the home ground of 13 times UEFA champions league winners Real Madrid is one of the most formidable stadiums in the world of football.
Real Madrid stadium has a massive 81,044 seating capacity and it has hosted the Champions league finals on four occasions.
2.Borussia Dortmund (Germany) –
The stadium of Borussia Dortmund is the second biggest home ground of a club.
Signal Iduna Park also known as the Westfalenstadion is the largest stadium in Germany with a seating capacity of 81,365.
Dortmund stadium might not be part of the largest stadiums in the world but it’s a place where extremely dedicated Football fans will always like to visit.
1.Barcelona (Spain) –
Spanish giant Barcelona’s stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the world and also the largest home ground of a football club in the world.Camp Nou has been the stadium of Barcelona ever since 24th Of September, 1957 and has hosted the home matches of the Spanish national team
The ground has hosted two Champions League finals and one of the semi-final matches at the 1982 FIFA World Cup.The current capacity is 99,354..