Most stadium are made in different ways depending on their size and capacity, according to which you get the experience of watching events. Here is the list of the top 10 biggest stadiums in the world.
RunGrado first of may stadium
The RunGrado First of May Stadium or May Day Stadium is located in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. More than football matches and athletics events, this stadium is used to play mass games of Aring festival. The stadium is spread over 51 acres, with the main pitch being 22, 500 square meters. The stadium can fit 3 full-size football fields. North Korean officials claim that the stadium has a seating capacity of 150, 000 people, but in reality it has a capacity of 114, 000 people.
The new Sardar Patel Stadium or Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat has been built at a cost of Rs 700 crore, which has been constructed by L&T. The stadium has a seating capacity of 1, 10, 000 people. The stadium has become the largest cricket ground behind the MCG with a capacity of 1 larva. The stadium, spread over 63 acres, has 3 practice grounds, an indoor cricket academy, an Olympic size swimming pool, 76 corporate boxes, 50 rooms, 4 dressing rooms. There is a parking area for 3, 000 cars and 10, 000 bikes as well as a club house.
The best experience of sports or an event is in stadiums. Be it the six of former Indian cricket captain MS Dhoni, who won India the World Cup at the Wankhede Stadium in 2011 or the musical performance of Oscar-winning singer AR Rahman at the Eden Gardens. Audiences like to watch such memorable moments live.
Michigan Stadium is an American football stadium located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This stadium is of Michigan University. This stadium is known as ‘The Big House’ as it is the largest stadium in USA. The stadium was built in 1927 with a capacity to seat 72,000 people, but after making changes to the stadium its capacity has increased to 107, 601.
Beaver Stadium is another American football stadium located in University Park of Pennsylvania State University. It is the second largest stadium in the USA after Michigan Stadium with a capacity of 106, 572. Interestingly, the stadium was named after former Pennsylvania governor James A. Bever in 1909.
Ohio State University’s Ohio Stadium has a seating capacity of 1, 04, 944. The stadium is also known as “The Horse Shoe” due to its size. It is the fifth largest stadium in the world and the third largest in the US.
Kyle Field is an American football stadium with a seating capacity of 102,733 people. The stadium is owned by Texas A&M University, the sixth largest stadium in the world and the fourth largest in the USA.
The University of Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium was opened in the year 1924, which has a seating capacity of 1, 02, 455 people. The stadium was named Neyland in honor of Diggies football coach Robert Neyland. It is the fifth largest stadium in the USA and the seventh largest in the world.
Tiger Stadium was opened in 1924 with a seating capacity of 102,321 people. The media and fans also call this stadium “Death Valley” as the stadium is considered to be the toughest place for opposing teams to play. The stadium is the 6th largest in the USA and the 8th largest in the world.
Bryant – Denny Stadium
Bryant – Denny Stadium is an American football stadium, opened in 1929. The stadium belongs to the University of Alabama, which has a seating capacity of 101,821 people. It is the 7th largest stadium in the US and the 9th largest in the world.
Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium
Darrell K. The Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium was opened in 1924, with a capacity to seat 100, 119 people. The stadium is named in honor of legendary football coach Darrell Kay, Royal, and in memory of those in Texas who lost their lives in World War 1st. It is the 10th largest stadium in the world and the 8th largest in the USA.
In this list of the world’s top 10 big stadiums, 8 out of 10 stadiums are in USA with the world’s largest economy. But, the most shocking entry is Kim Jong-un from North Korea.