25 Structurally Spectacular Soccer Stadiums in the World

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Football and Soccer have been all time favorite sports all over the world. The game does not require much equipment and can be done anywhere there is a big open space. We searched for the largest and most spectacular stadiums and came up with the 25 structurally awe-inspiring soccer stadiums in the world.

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  1. Century Lotus Stadium, Foshan, China.
    The Century Lotus Stadium in Foshan China resembles a lotus flower. The stadium, which features a striking spoke-wheel design partially covered by a folded white membrane roof, and measures 1,148 feet in diameter costs about $155M. The first-round game between Myanmar and China during qualifying for the 2010 FIFA World Cup was held there. It has a seating capacity of 36,686.

 

  1. Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.
    Soccer City Stadium also goes with names as the First National Bank Stadium or the FNB Stadium and can seat up to 94,736 people at a time. Others call it the “Calabash” for its resemblance to the African pot or gourd.

 

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  1. Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.
    What makes the Allianz Arena remarkable is the design of its structure.  At night, the luminous facade of the structure modifies its shade to highlight the home team.

 

  1. Taiwan National Stadium in Zuoying, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
    Designed with a total of 8,884 solar panels on its exterior, this spiral-shaped National Stadium makes sports watching spectacular.  The stadium has a total of 55,000 seating capacity.

 

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  1. Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
    The Maracanã Stadium is perhaps the most spectacular stadiums in the world. Soccer fanatics will be thrilled to know that they are in the stadium where Pelé, the legendary striker, scored his 1,000th goal.

 

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