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What Is The biggest Stadium In The World?

Answering the frequently asked question by sports lovers around the world.

Countries and clubs around the world constantly competing for the biggest and best stadium.

In this article, we take a look at the ten biggest football stadiums in the whole worldwide.

Top 10 biggest stadium in the world

Today, the biggest stadiums in the world are found far from Europe. Instead, they are located in Iran, North Korea, India, and most United States.

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10. Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium100, 119Austin, TexasUnited StatesAmerican Football
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9. Tiger Stadium102, 321Baton Rouge, LouisianaUnited StatesAmerican Football
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8. Neyland Stadium102, 445Knoxville, TennesseeUnited StatesAmerican Football
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7. Kyle Field102, 733College Station, TexasUnited StatesAmerican Football
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6. Ohio Stadium102, 780Columbus, OhioUnited StatesAmerican Football
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5. Beaver Stadium106, 572State College, PennsylvaniaUnited StatesAmerican Football

Beaver Stadium is widely known as one of the toughest venues for opposing teams in collegiate athletics. In 2008, Beaver Stadium was recognized as having the best student section in the country for the second consecutive year.

Beaver Stadium has an official seating capacity of 106,572, making it currently the second largest stadium in the Western Hemisphere and the Fourth largest in the world

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4. Michigan Stadium107, 601Ann Arbor, MichiganUnited StatesAmerican Football

Referred to sports lovers as “The Big House,” Michigan Stadium is a famous athletic field. It is home to the University of Michigan’s Wolverines football crew.

As the biggest arena in the nation, and among the greatest on the planet, it has facilitated hordes of more than 115,000, however its seating limit is 107,601. This popular scene has additionally facilitated soccer’s International Champions Cup (ICC), NHL hockey games, and other engaging occasions.

First built to house just 72,000 fans in 1927 for $950,000 USD, Michigan Stadium has been expanded numerous times to reach its present capacity. Its most recent renovation began in 2007, and lasted three football seasons.

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3. Sardar Patel Stadium110, 000Ahmedabad, GujaratIndiaCricket, occasionally Association football

Motera Stadium in India was opened in February 2020, and is currently the biggest cricket arena on the planet, a qualification that is a wellspring of pride for Indians. It was based on similar spot as its archetype, the Sardar Patel Stadium, which was obliterated to clear a path for a fresher, bigger arena that duplicates its capability. The Motera arena flaunts an indoor cricket foundation, an Olympic-sized pool and then some.

The British first brought cricket to India in the 1700s. Since then, it has grown to be India’s most popular sport, with millions of fans. 

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2. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium114, 000PyongyangNorth KoreaAssociation football, athletics, mass games

Also referred to as May Day Stadium, this massive arena in North Korea’s capital city was first opened in 1989 on May 1st, marking the annual celebration of International Workers’ Day in this secluded communist nation. Rungrado May Day Stadium has eight levels and spans an area of about 20.7 hectares (51 acres). Its principal use is to host the country’s enormous Arirang Mass Games. These games are a communist spectacle of acrobatics, dance, and gymnastics that has involved up to 100,000 participants. Some say it is the largest performance done by humans on Earth, although this could be debated. 

North Korea’s May Day stadium is also home to other athletic events and sporting matches. 

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1. B.U.T Stadium160, 000KarajIranFootball

Baadraan Tehran Football Club commonly known as Baadraan, is an Iranian football club based in Tehran, that competes in the Azadegan League. The club was founded in 2015.

The football team plays their home games at the Kargaran Stadium which has a capacity of 5,000. The club is owned and supported by the Baadraan Gostar Company.

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