Europe Football Stadiums Wiki from 22Bet
Whenever football is brought up, it’s usually all about the personalities and symbolism. Fans flock to the matches to see their favorite teams, players, coaches face each other face to face.
However, what’s not brought up that often is the hard-working and the engineering genius that goes into building some of the top football stadiums in Europe. Only the most dedicated fans know what it takes to build and maintain stadiums with a capacity worthy of a World Cup.
Football Wiki from 22Bet includes a definitive list of football stadiums in Europe, be it a home stadium of a national team or a club.
Europe’s Largest Football Stadiums
Since Europe is home to some of the biggest clubs in the world, it’s only fitting that each of those would have plenty of room for plenty of fans. Here are the top 10 biggest football stadiums in Europe:
- Wembley (London) – England National Team
- Stade de France (Paris) – France National Team
- Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid) – Real Madrid
- San Siro (also known as Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan) – Inter Milan
- Allianz Arena (Munich) – Bayern Munich
- Signal Iduna Park (Dortmund) – Borussia Dortmund
- Camp Nou (Barcelona) – FC Barcelona
- Luzhniki (Moscow) – Russia National Team
- Atatürk Olympic (Istanbul) – Turkey National Team
- Old Trafford (Manchester) – Manchester United
Famous Europe Football Stadiums
Most of the giants above are extremely famous, having hosted the World Cup (like Stade de France) or serving as the Olympic Stadium (Luzhniki).
Such giants venues are also multipurpose, due to their capacities. They also host concerts, other sports events, and even charity matches. For example, Commerzbank-Arena in Frankfurt has hosted the Ronaldinho & Friends vs Adler All-Stars charity match that was sponsored by 22Bet.
Make sure to check out the recap video of that match: