Capacity: 65,647. Open in 2003 the stadium hosts Benfica Lisbon club.
Capacity: 41,254. Opened in 2011 is a home of Juventus F.C.
Capacity: 60,355. Open in 1892 Celtic Park is the oldest and largest stadium in Scotland.
Capacity: 45,276. Opened in 1884 is home to Liverpool F.C. team. Though not a huge stadium regarding capacity by any means it has the legendary atmosphere making it one of the greatest stadiums in the world.
Capacity: 80,018. Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in Milan also known as San Siro is a home of AC Milan and Internazionale teams. Construction of the stadium finished in 1925 in the district of Milan named San Siro. Since then the stadium has been renewing for 1965 and 1970 European Cup finals as well as 2002 Champions League final.
Capacity: 80,645. Opened in 1974 Signal Iduna Park is the home of Borussia Dortmund is the largest stadium in Germany.
Capacity: 71,437. The Allianz Arena is a football stadium of Bayern Munich team. Opened in 2005 the stadium is home to both Munich-based football teams: Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich. It is the only stadium across the Europe that can change colors to reflect which of the two teams are playing—red for Bayern and blue for 1860 Munich
Capacity: 75,731. Old Trafford is a stadium hosting Manchester United team. Opened in 1910 and renewed in 2006 it is England’s largest club stadium.
Capacity: 85,454. Stadium of Real Madrid and Spanish national team. Originally opened in 1947, the Santiago Bernabeu has since been renovated twice—in 1982 and 2001—to match the ambitions of the Galacticos.
Capacity: 99,354. The stadium is a home of FC Barcelona team, and it is Europe’s largest football stadium. It has been open in 1957 and in has been renewed for 1989 European Cup final, as well as 1999 Champions League final.
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