10. Allianz Arena – Germany German heavyweight FC Bayern Munich’s home ground Allianz Arena. The stadium is named after it’s support “Allianz SE” and has a limit with regards to 75000 onlookers to appreciate the amusement at any given moment. Allianz Arena is known for it’s outside containing expanded ETFE plastic board and cost for an aggregate whole of 340 million Euros. The club has energetic and uproarious fans who make a solid strong climate in the field and it turns out to be to a great degree troublesome for different groups to show signs of improvement of Bayern’s players. 9. Old Trafford – Manchester, England Old Trafford is a stadium situated in the locality called Old Trafford in the city of Manchester, England. This is the home ground of the English football club Manchester United with a crowd capacity of 75643. The stadium, also known as the “Theatre of dreams”, is Manchester United’s home ground since 1910 and has been expended time by time. During the 2nd world war, Old Trafford was heavily damaged by an air strike and Manchester United played their games at Manchester City’s home ground for 8 years until the stadium was reconstructed. 8. Ataturk Olympic Stadium – Turkey Turkey’s largest stadium Ataturk Olympic Stadium was built in 2002 and named after the founder of Republic of Turkey Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. The stadium is a free stadium owned by the Turkish government built in order to bid for 2008 Olympics. The bid was rejected and the Olympics occurred in Beijing. However, the Turkish club Galatasaray played their home games at the Ataturk Olympic stadium from 2003-2004 as their own home ground was under renovation. It has a crowd capacity of 76092. 7. Luzhniki Stadium – Russia Luzhniki Stadium is based in the Russian capital Moscow and has a crowd capacity of 78360. The stadium was used as the home ground Torpedo Moscow, PFC CSKA Moscow, and Spartak Moscow in the past but now is the home ground mainly for the Russian football team. 6. Stade de France – France The French national team’s home ground Stade de France situated in the north of the Paris. This stadium was built for the 1998 FIFA World cup that was hosted in France and has a capacity of 81338 spectators. Other than the national team games and training, French government utilizes the stadium for concerts and UEFA games. 5. San Siro – Italy This stadium in Europe is AC Milan and Inter Milan’s home ground San Siro. The stadium is situated in the San Siro district of Milan, Italy and has a capacity of 80018 viewers. The stadium was inaugurated in 1926 as the home of AC Milan. In 1945, Inter Milan became a tenant and the two local rivals started sharing the home ground since then. 4. Estadio Santiago Bernabeu – Spain The home ground of the 11 times UEFA Champions League winners Real Madrid, is named after the ex-president of the club Santiago Bernabeu. The stadium was inaugurated in 1947 and has gone under expansion several times. At the present, it has a capacity for 81044 spectators to settle in at a time. Estadio Santiago Bernabeu is currently under expansion with an aim to become the largest stadium in the world. 3. Signal Iduna Park – Dortmund, Germany Borussia Dortmund fans are regarded as the best fans for the atmosphere they create in the stadium. They have an extreme love for their team and celebrate hard any of their team’s win with fireworks in the ground. Signal Iduna Park is their territory which is owned by Borussia Dortmund. Signal Iduna Park is one of the most popular stadiums in the world mainly for the hostility. The stadium is situated in Dortmund, Germany and is the largest stadium in the country with space for 81360 spectators. 2. Wembley Stadium – London, England With a space for 90000 spectators, Wembley stadium is present in the city of London, England, and is mainly the home ground for the English national team. Apart from the training and home matches of the English football team, the stadium is used as the venue for various big matches such as FA cup final, UEFA Champions League final etc. 1. Camp Nou – Barcelona, Spain FC Barcelona’s home ground is named as “Camp Nou”, and is the largest stadium in Europe with in terms of the accommodation space. It has hosted a number of big events such as Champions League finals and FIFA world cup semi-finals. Camp Nou is based in Catalonia’s capital Barcelona and has a crowd capacity of 99354 spectators. The stadium is in a state of renovation and will be expanded till 2018.
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