The world's most impressive stadiums
The unique architecture, the ingenious details and the greatness is what put these 15 stadiums on our list. Check them out and let us know which one's your favorite
Allianz Arena, Munchen, Germany
The impressive German stadium is the first one in the world to have a full color changing exterior. Home for FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich, it has a maximum capacity of 71000 spectators.
Ericsson Globe, Stockholm
Used primarily for ice hockey, the Swedish sports arena is the largest hemispherical building in the world.
Also known as “The Big House”, The Michigan stadium is the biggest arena in the United States, hosting up to 107000 spectators.
National Stadium Taiwan
The National Stadium has 55000 seats and it is the largest one in Taiwan. Shapes like a dragon, it is the first stadium in the world to provide power using solar energy.
Pancho Arena, Felchut, Hungary
Even though it has a rather small capacity, the hungarian stadium is unique due to its impressive architecture.
Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid
With a capacity of 81000, Santiago Bernabeu is one of the most spectacular arenas in the world and the home stadium of Real Madrid.
Soccer City, Johannesburg
With a 95000 seats capacity, this is the largest stadium in Africa. It is home for Kaizer Chiefs FC and it is where Nelson Mandela had his first speech after his release from prison.
Wembley, United Kingdom
With 90000 seats, the Wembley Stadium is the largest one in United Kingdom and the second largest one in Europe.
Stade de France
Stade de France is the largest stadium in France and can host up to 81000 spectators.
Sapporo Dome, Japan
With over 40000 seats, the Sapporo Dome in Japan has two different switchable surfaces. While baseball is played on turf field, for football there is a grass pitch that slides into and out of the stadium.
Rungrado, North Korea
Rungrado 1st of May is the largest stadium in the world, with a capacity of 114,000 seats. Built on 20 ha, it serves for multiple puprposes, including the parades celebrating Kim Jong-Un.
Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany
Home for Hertha BSC, Olympiastadion is the biggest sports arena in Germany. It has 75000 seats and is the central venue for major events in Berlin.
National Stadium Beijing
Also known as "the bird’s nest", the impressive stadium has a capacity of 80000 seats.
Floating Stadium Singapore
The Float at Marina Bay is the world’s largest floating stage. Made entirely of steel, the platform can bear up to 1,070 tones.
Camp Nou, Barcelona
FC Barcelona’s stadium has 99000 seats and it is the largest stadium in both Spain and Europe.