Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Europe

Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Europe

Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Europe

Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Europe? What are the Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Europe? Have you ever wanted to find out which stadiums are the biggest around Europe? If you have then you’re at the place because we have prepared a list of the Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Europe.

Biggest Stadiums in Europe

Football is the most popular sport in the world and is one of the most profitable sports ventures across Europe if not the world. Premier League clubs have dominated the list which is no surprise as we all know it is the most popular and most watched football league in the world

Not only are there National Stadiums like  the magnificent Wembly stadium in England, this list quarters for club stadiums too, will it be Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu stadium on top? Read it till the end to find out. You will now know which is the biggest football stadium in the stadium in the world.

Previously we published the  Most Expensive Stadiums in Africa, Loudest Football Stadiums In The World, Largest Football Stadiums In The Spanish La Liga, Top-10 Premier League Stadiums and the Biggest Bundesliga Stadium. If you haven’t seen it yet make sure you check it out after this list.

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List of the Largest Stadiums in Europe by Capacity

Let’s run down the list of the biggest stadiums in Europe. Enjoy!

No.StadiumCapacityCountryTenant/notesBuilt
1Camp Nou98,000 (104,000 planned) SpainFC Barcelona.
1982 FIFA World Cup venue.
1957
2Wembley Stadium90,000 EnglandThe FA, England national football team.
UEFA Euro 2020 Final venue.[5] Tottenham Hotspur(temporarily) NFL (select away games annually)
2007
3Croke Park82,300
69,100(seated)
Republic of Ireland IrelandGaelic Athletic Association1957
4Twickenham Stadium82,000[7] EnglandThe RFU, England national rugby union team1909
5Signal Iduna Park81,359 (nd)
65,829 (d)
 GermanyBorussia Dortmund.
2006 FIFA World Cup venue. Stadium uses retractable seating.[8]
1974
6Santiago Bernabéu Stadium81,044 SpainReal Madrid C.F.
UEFA Euro 1964 Final venue, 1982 FIFA World Cupvenue.
1947
7Luzhniki Stadium81,000 RussiaRussia national football team*.
1980 Summer Olympics venue, 2018 FIFA World Cup venue.
1956
8Stade de France80,698 (field) 
75,000 (athletics)
 FranceFrance national football team, France national rugby union team.
1998 FIFA World Cup, 2007 Rugby World Cup, UEFA Euro 2016 Finals venues, 2024 Summer Olympicsvenue.[11]
1998
9San Siro80,018[12] ItalyA.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano.
1990 FIFA World Cup venue.
1926
10Atatürk Olympic Stadium76,092[13] TurkeyTurkey national football team*
2005 UEFA Champions League Final venue.
2001
11Athens Olympic Stadium75,000 GreeceAEK Athens F.C.
2004 Summer Olympics venue.2007 UEFA Champions League Final venue.
1982
12Allianz Arena75,000 (nd)
70,000 (d)
 GermanyFC Bayern Munich.
2006 FIFA World Cup venue. Stadium uses retractable seating.[15]
TSV 1860 München played here until end of 2017 season.
2005
13Old Trafford74,994 EnglandManchester United F.C.
1966 FIFA World Cup venue.
1910
14Olympiastadion74,649 GermanyHertha BSC.
1936 Summer Olympics venue, 2006 FIFA World Cup venue.
1936
15Millennium Stadium74,500 WalesWelsh Rugby Union.
1999 Rugby World Cup Final venue.
2017 UEFA Champions League Final venue.
1999
16Stadio Olimpico70,634[18] ItalyS.S. Lazio and A.S. Roma.
1990 FIFA World Cup and 1960 Summer Olympicsvenues.
1930
17NSC Olimpiyskiy70,050[19] UkraineUkraine national football team*, FC Dynamo Kyiv.
UEFA Euro 2012 Final venue.
2018 UEFA Champions League Final venue.
2012
18Olympiastadion69,250 GermanyAthletics. 1972 Summer Olympics venue.1972
19Baku Olympic Stadium68,700 AzerbaijanAzerbaijan national football team, Qarabağ FK.
2019 UEFA Europa League FinalUEFA Euro 2020venue.
2015
20Wanda Metropolitano67,703 SpainAtlético Madrid2019 UEFA Champions League Final venue.2017

 

Biggest Stadium in Europe

camp nou is one of the Top 20 Biggest Stadiums in Europe

What is the biggest stadium in Europe? Barcelona home ground Camp Nou is the biggest stadium in Europe. Constructed in the year 1957, initially designed to accommodate for 99,354 people and is the largest stadium in Europe.  Formerly known as Estadio del CF Barcelona and Estadio del FC Barcelona until 2000 when it was changed to Estadio Camp Nou as the full name. The stadium hosted including the 1982 FIFA World Cup semi-final match, the 1992 Summer Olympics and multiple UEFA Champions League matches.

The home of Barcelona is also one of the historical stadiums in the world. It is also one of the Top 10 Most Profitable Football Stadiums in Europe it is also  one of the 10 Biggest Football Stadiums In The World

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