Football is arguably the most viewed and most watched sports in the world, Some of your favourite clubs have built eye-catching stadiums to serve a large number of fans who are eager to watch them playing, So here we take a look at some of the best stadiums you simply have to see before its too late.
6. Estadio do Maracana — Rio de Janeiro
The Brazilian Stadium is the home of clubs Flamengo and Fluminense, it hosted 2014 World Cup final and is constantly overlooked by the famous Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio. Once inside, the colourful stadium will be sure to impress.
5. Amsterdam Arena — Amsterdam, Netherlands
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It is the largest stadium in the Netherlands with the Capacity of 53,502 seats for football matches and 68,000 seats during concerts, it’s the home of the most successful team in Dutch football history, AFC Ajax. The stadium has a huge retractable roof, which has made it a go-to stop for stadium rock shows in Europe.
4.Estádio Municipal de Braga — Braga, Portugal
Braga Municipal Stadium is a football stadium built especially as one of the hosts of Euro 2004 with the capacity of 30, 286 seats, It’s known as “The Quarry,” due to literally being carved out the side of an old quarry, the stadium is one of the most unique in the world.