Wednesday , 28 September 2016

World’s Biggest Stadiums

20 – Wembley Stadium (London, England) – 90,000

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 19 – Memorial Stadium (Nebraska, USA) – 92,047

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18 – Cotton Bowl (Texas, USA) – 92,100

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17 – Rose Bowl (California, USA) – 92,542

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16 – Sanford Stadium (Georgia, USA) – 92,746

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15 – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (California, USA) – 93,607

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14 – Soccer City (Johannesburg, South Africa) – 94,736

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13 – Azadi Stadium (Tehran, Iran) – 95,225

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 12 – Esatdio Azteca (Mexico City, Mexico) – 95,500

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 11 – Camp Nou (Barcelona, Spain) – 99,354

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 10 – Melbourne Cricket Ground (Melbourne, Australia) – 100,024

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9 – Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (Texas, USA) – 100,119

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8 – Bryant-Denny Stadium (Alabama, USA) – 101,821

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7 – Tiger Stadium (Louisiana, USA) – 102,321

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6 – Neyland Stadium (Tennessee, USA) – 102,455

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 5 – Kyle Field (Texas, USA) – 102,733

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4 – Ohio Stadium (Ohio, USA) – 104,944

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3 – Beaver Stadium (Pennsylvania, USA) – 106,572

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2 – Michigan Stadium (Michigan, USA) – 107,601

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1 – Rungrado 1st May Stadium (Pyongyang, North Korea) – 150,000

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