While FIFA World Cup 2018 is underway at 12 venues across 11 cities in Russia, we take you across to the largest soccer stadiums in the World. So, tighten your seat belts, drape yourself according to the men’s latest fashion trends and new trend in fashion for men as we travel across the globe.
1. Rungrado May Stadium, North Korea:
This North Korean soccer stadium is the largest in the world with the seating capacity of 1,50,000 spectators. This spectacular stadium with the height of 197 ft and the space floor of 2.2 million square ft was completed in 1989 in the city of Pyongyang.
2. FNB Stadium, South Africa:
The largest soccer stadium in Africa has the seating capacity 94,736 spectators. After the renovation, the construction was completed in 2009 after which it hosted 2010 FIFA World Cup. This stadium is often referred to as “The Calabash” as the shape of the stadium resembles the African pot or gourd. Nelson Mandela also delivered his first speech after his release from the prison in 1990 at this glorious soccer stadium.
3. Camp Nou Stadium, Spain:
This astounding soccer stadium, largest in Europe has the seating capacity of 99,354 spectators that has hosted numerous sporting events including UEFA and Olympics. The construction of this magnificent stadium was completed in 1957.
4. Estadio Azteca, Mexico:
This is one of the most famous and landmark stadium in the World that has the seating capacity of 87,523 spectators. Amazingly, this stadium is at an altitude of 7,200 feet (2195 meters) above the sea level. The name “Azteca” is dedicated to the heritage city of “Aztec” in Mexico City.
5. Azadi Stadium, Iran:
This fourth largest stadium in the World has the seating capacity of 78,116 spectators that was inaugurated in 1971 in the city of Tehran. Earlier known as “Aryamehr Stadium” is a part of sports complex that hosts football training arena, weightlifting compounds, dedicated area for river rowing, swimming pools and even indoor volleyball courts.