10 legendary football stadiums


Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico

This stadium is the first to have hosted two World Cup finals. It is in this stage that Diego Maradona inscribed the goal of the century as well as his legendary hand of God facing England in 1986. The enclosure was also the theater of match of the century, between Italy and the FRG in 1970.

Old Trafford, Manchester, England

Still called the theater of dreams, Old Trafford is the stadium in which Manchester United plays. Inaugurated in 1910 and then renovated in 2006, this enclosure has retained its rich heritage. The third largest stadium in the UK, Old Trafford is one of the best stadiums to watch a football match. To support your team there, you will need supporter accessories. You can get them on intersport.

Estadio do Maracaña, Rio, Brazil

Temple of football in Brazil, the Maracaña is located in Rio de Janeiro. This enclosure has seen great football moments, including the very famous Maracañazo in 1950. That year, in front of nearly 200,000 spectators, the Brazilian team lost in the World Cup final against Uruguay.

Wembley Stadium, London, England

Wembley is the official home stadium of the England national team. Rebuilt in 2007, it is in terms of capacity (90,000 seats) the second largest stadium in Europe. Nicknamed The Home of Football, Wembley has already hosted two Champions League finals as well as the Euro 2020 final.

Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro), Milan, Italy

The stadium Giuseppe Meazza is the largest football stadium in Italy. It hosts the two rival clubs of the city of Milan: AC Milan and Inter Milan. It owes its name to Giuseppe Meazza, famous Italian striker who played for these two clubs. However, it is still referred to by its old name: San Siro.

Anfield, Liverpool, England

Built in 1884, Anfield is first the home of Everton FC before Liverpool FC moved there in 1892. Playing in this den is always complicated for opposing teams due to the intimidating atmosphere created by the supporters.

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, Spain

Located in the Castellana district, Santiago Bernabéu is the home of Real Madrid FC. This stadium has seen the biggest names in football tread its lawn. The venue also hosted several European Cup finals as well as the World 82 final.

Camp Nou, Barcelona, ​​Spain

the Camp Nou is the beautiful enclosure which hosts the matches of FC Barcelona. This stadium also hosted the 1999 Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Manchester United. This legendary game saw the Mancunians win in stoppage time thanks to two goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Estadio Alberto J. Armando, Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Estadio Alberto J. Armando nicknamed the Bombonera is the lair of Boca Juniors. It is located in La Boca, the port district of Buenos Aires. The atmosphere within the stadium is electric especially during the Superclasico between Boca Juniors and River Plate.

Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

In the shape of a tire, theAllianz Arena is a technological marvel. It has light panels whose color changes depending on the event taking place inside. So when the Bayern Munich playing it, the speaker lights up red.


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