1) Rungarado May Stadium: This football stadium located in Rungra Island, Pyongyang, North Korea is the biggest in the world with 114,000 capacity. The site of this stadium occupies 51 acres. It was inaugurated in 1989 and was renovated in 2014 and reopened for use in 2015.
2) A & T Stadium: Located in Arlington, Texas it is the home of the Dallas Cowboys, but it has hosted football mates as well. It is also the largest domed stadium in the world. The roof of the stadium is retractable and in the middle of it hangs an enormous HD television screen which is also the largest in the world. The stadium has a capacity of 105,000 which makes it the second-largest stadium in the world.
3) Melbourne Cricket Grounds: Though it was designed to host cricket matches the stadium now also hosts football matches. In 1997, it had hosted the first FIFA international football match. The stadium is often referred to as “The G” has a capacity of 100,024.
4) Camp Nou: The home ground of FC Barcelona is the largest football stadium in Europe and has a capacity of 99,354. It was built in 1957 and is the fourth largest football stadium.
5) FNB Stadium: It is the largest football stadium in the South African city of Johannesburg. The construction was completed in 2009 to host FIFA World Cup matches in 2010. The venue was a reconstruction of the original stadium built-in 1989. Today it has a capacity of 94,736.
Written By: Tejas Purohit