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By Darian Goh
— 10 Sep 2014, 12:45 PM
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10. Borg El Arab Stadium, Egypt. The biggest stadium in Egypt, it houses 86,000 fans and has lots of cool facilities such as a hotel, a gym and even a swimming pool!
9. Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Indonesia. Opened in 1962, the stadium was the venue where Malaysia won the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup, defeating Indonesia. The capacity? 88,306.
8. Wembley Stadium, England. One of the most famous stadiums in the world, it is the traditional venue for the FA Cup. It can hold 90,000 people and the stadium has the most toilets compared to any other venue in the world.
7. The Rose Bowl, United States. The 92,542 seater stadium was the venue for the 1994 World Cup Final. Besides that, it also hosted events from the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics.
6. Soccer City, Johannesburg. This stadium seats 94,713 people and was the stadium where Nelson Mandela gave his speech when he was released from prison in 1990.
5. Camp Nou, Barcelona. The famous cauldron for European team Barcelona can seat 99,354 people and is the largest stadium in Europe.
4. Bukit Jalil National Stadium, Malaysia. Designated for the 1998 Commonwealth Games, the Malaysian stadium can seat up to 100,200 fans and hosted international concerts such as Paramore and Linkin Park.
3. Estadio Azteca, Mexico. One of the most iconic stadiums in the world, it was where Diego Maradona scored the infamous “Hand of God” goal in 1986. 105,064 were possible witnesses to that moment.
2. Salt Lake Stadium, India. It’s largest attendance was in 1997 with a record 131,000 people although the stadium is designed for 120,000. There is a wall climbing zone on one side of the stadium, perfect for thrill seekers.
1. Rungrado May Day Stadium, North Korea. Resembling a blossom flower, it has 16 arches arranged in a ring. It’s the largest stadium in the world and can fit 150,000 people!
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