TOP THREE MOST SIGNIFICANT STADIUMS IN THE WORLD

TOP THREE MOST SIGNIFICANT STADIUMS IN THE WORLD

Those who travel through famous cities in the world cannot ignore the central stadiums, often considered the symbol, the culture of the people of that city. Mankind has been constantly becoming greater in the design and construction of sports arenas. In this article, we will make the most favorite list, not only football but also all the stadiums around the world.

Olympiastadion (Berlin, Germany)

Capacity: 74.064

In the 1936 Olympics, Hitler actively seized the opportunity to propagate reactionary when he built this stone stadium. It used to be crowded with audiences, with 110,000 viewers, when Jesse Owens won 4 gold medals, and his name is still being registered on the gold table of the champions. This is also one of the rare architectures that not only hold the shape but is hardly destroyed after World War II. Since then, the stadium has been upgraded twice overall and is now home to Hertha BSC club.

National stadium (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

Capacity: 55,000

This is the place where most of Taiwan’s national football matches take place. The spiral architecture of the stadium is said to be a simulation of a dragon. This is the first stadium in the world to use solar power from solar technology. Solar cells placed on the outside of the stadium can provide almost 100%

TOP THREE MOST SIGNIFICANT STADIUMS IN THE WORLD

Camp Nou (Barcelona, Spain)

Capacity: 99,786

This is the largest stadium in Europe. Built in the 50s of the 20th century, this stadium offers a very classic feeling that no new stadium can do. It is the home of the Barcelona club and is currently being planned to install the roof of the team. The genius architect Norman Foster (who designed The Gherkin at Wembley) was the one who designed the stadium.