There are over 150 stadiums with at least 60,000 seats in the world, the largest stadiums at 150,000. Don’t forget your binoculars if you are at the bottom of the first stadium in this ranking! The Stade de France with its 81,338 seats is only 36th in the world. It is therefore almost twice as small as the first. In Prague, Strahov Stadium has 220,000 seats, but only 56,000 seats. In any case, you should be extremely surprised at the winner of this list…
Ohio Stadium in the USA (102,375 seats)
This college stadium has been home to the Ohio State Buckeyes since 1922. It currently has more than 100,000 seats.
Neyland Stadium in the USA (102,459 seats)
Also in the United States, this overhanging water stadium belongs to the University of Tennessee.
Kyle Field Stadium in the USA (102,733 seats)
The Stadium of Texas A&M University is located in College Station. He is the second representative of the State of Texas in this ranking.
Beaver Stadium in the USA (107,282 seats)
We promise, this is the penultimate American stadium in this ranking! The sports infrastructure is owned by Pennsylvania State University.
Michigan Stadium in the USA (109,801 seats)
Owned by the University of Michigan, this stadium, built in 1926, opened in 1927.
The Sardar Patel Stadium in India (110,000 seats)
Exclusively reserved for cricket matches, this stadium is located in Ahmedabad, India. The stadium will be rebuilt in 2020 to reach 110,000 seats.
The May Day Stadium in North Korea (150,000 seats)
Located in Pyongyang, this colossal stadium features an indoor pool, saunas and even… beds! It hosts the country’s football team, but also government ceremonies.
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