Tenth place: Candy Box Stadium
The first stadium we present to you is the Boca Stadium, nicknamed the “Candy Box Stadium”, located in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Opened in 1940, the stadium has a maximum capacity of 49,000 people. King Pele believes that he has played football many times around the world, but only this place can give him a real shock. To Maradona, it is the temple of soccer. This soccer stadium, which looks like a candy box, is the home stadium of Argentina’s Boca Juniors.
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Ninth place: Azteca Stadium
Azteca is the name of an ancient American civilization, and Azteca Stadium is also a stadium where miracles are constantly performed. Many classic matches have been played in this stadium, including Maradona’s hand of God and the goal of the century, all of which took place here.
The Azteca Stadium is called the “Temple of God” by Mexicans, not only because it was the first venue to host two World Cup finals, but also because of its perfect design, unique in the world, which ensures that the sunlight emits almost the exact same amount of sunlight to both teams during daytime matches.
Eighth place: Stamford Bridge Football Stadium
Built in 1877, Stamford Bridge is a professional soccer stadium located in the Fulham area of London. Avid sports fan Mills buried the Stamford Bridge stadium, and at first he wanted Fulham Football Club to rent the stadium, but the two sides argued over the price of the venue, leading to no results.
After much deliberation and agreement with his partner Parker, Mills decided to build his own team and named it “Chelsea”. Since then, a shining star has shone over the English football world, and Chelsea has become a club with a stadium and then a team.
Seventh place: Stadion Wiesfalen
The Wiesfalenstadion is the home of Borussia Dortmund FC in the Bundesliga and is the number one stadium in Germany. Although it can accommodate up to 83,000 spectators, it has an amazing attendance rate, with an average of 77,000 people setting a record in Germany and the world. One of the South Stand stands is the largest single-side stand in European stadiums, making it etched in the minds of those who have seen the scene.
Sixth place: Camp Nou Stadium
Camp Nou Stadium is the home of La Liga super giants, Real Madrid’s arch rivals Barcelona, although not the superior location of Real Madrid’s home stadium, but the construction is quite large. It is not only the largest soccer stadium in Spain, but also the largest stadium in the whole of Europe, as well as the second largest stadium in the world. As early as 1998, it was awarded a five-star stadium by the European Football Association, while the home of archrival Real Madrid had to wait until 2005 to receive this title.
Fifth place: Bernabeu Stadium
The Bernabeu Stadium is located in the heart of the financial district of Madrid, the capital of Spain, which is proof that the Spanish love for soccer is far more than gold. The Bernabeu Stadium takes its name from the greatest manager in Real Madrid’s history, the stadium’s builder, Santiago Bernabeu. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has said that Real Madrid is willing to make the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium the pride of all the fans’ hearts and let them unleash their passion in the stadium. We are also willing to provide the most comfortable environment to watch the game and make it the best stadium in the world.
Fourth place: Old Trafford Stadium
This stadium is one of the oldest in England, and quite a lot of thought has been given to the most basic thing for the athletes’ daily training and competition – grass. The carefully designed field allows the green grass to get plenty of light, and is equipped with four different varieties of green grass but high quality, and is evaluated by many players as a “dream field”. The course also has a thoughtful design with drainage ditches on the outside of the court. However, this design has often caused problems that were not expected, and some famous players have been unintentionally injured by this slope.
Third Place: Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium is located in London, England, and is the venue for the finals of the FA Cup, League Cup and other major domestic sporting events in England. First built in 1923 and rebuilt in 2007, Wembley is both an old and modern soccer stadium.
Second Place: Allianz Arena
In 2014, the Allianz Arena became a stadium owned solely by Bayern. The stadium is divided into three tiers of upper, middle and lower stands, and has special seats for the disabled. The facade is full of high-tech elements, and half of the walls inside are equipped with lights. During matches, the color of the wall changes according to the team, making it a beautiful place to watch the game at night.
First place: Maracana Stadium
Maracanã Stadium is the largest soccer stadium in the world, with a capacity of 200,000 spectators. It is located in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Maracana Stadium was first built in Brazil to host the 1950 World Cup and eventually served as the venue for the final of that World Cup outside. All major soccer events in Brazil are basically held at this venue. It is worth mentioning that the Maracana Stadium also witnessed the immortal Ballon d’Or winner Pele, who scored the 1000th goal, a historic moment.