Veltins Arena (Schalke 04)
Veltins Arena before 2005 was called Arena aufSchalke, which replaced Schalke’s old Parkstadion. It was the first stadium in Germany to be fully financed by the private sector without government subsidies and had a cost of 191 million euros. When it first opened, the stadium was one of the most technically advanced stadiums in Europe with a combination of a retractable roof, a rink and a movable south stand. The Veltins Arena was one of the venues for the 2006 World Cup, hosting four group stage matches and the quarter-final match between Portugal and England.
Veltins Arena located in the city of Gelsenkirchen, Germany. The stadium was put into operation in 2001 and is currently the home ground of the Schalke 04 club. This is the venue for the 2004 Champions League final and 5 matches at the 2006 World Cup. The current capacity of the stadium is 62.271 seats. . The fans are here every time the home team plays, they sing together the official songs of Blue and White How I Love You and Royal Blue S04. This is a paradise for fans on the weekend, usually 61.570 people come here to cheer for the team.
Stade Velodrome (Olympique Marseille)
Stade Velodrome called Orange Velodrome for sponsorship reasons, is a stadium in the city of Marseille, France. Completed in 1937, it has a capacity of 60.235 people. This is the second largest stadium in France after the Stade de France. Marseille is one of the clubs rich in French tradition and always stands out for their dedication to attacking play in every game they play. They are the only French club to have ever won the UEFA Champions League. It is this beautiful play that brings success that has attracted a large number of fans to the field. It is estimated that about 2 fans are present on the field to cheer Marseille on a weekly basis.
Orange Velodrome was built as a venue for the 1938 World Cup. The stadium became the new home ground of Olympique de Marseille after the Stade de l’Huveaune became too small for the club. Originally the stadium had a bicycle track as well as a running track around the field. It is bowl shaped and both long sides have lids. The stadium remained largely unchanged in the following decades, although the tracks were gradually eroded by the extension of the grandstand.
Stade Velodrome was refurbished for the first time in preparation for the 1984 Euro Championship, which hosted the first group stage match and semi-final between France and Portugal. The stadium was almost completely rebuilt for the 1998 World Cup, and that’s when the stadium featured its characteristic circular stands. Capacity has increased to about 60.000 seats, although the new stadium has also been criticized for its lack of a roof.
Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid)
Santiago Bernabeu was put into use in 1947, located in the Chamartin district of Madrid, Spain. With a capacity of up to 99.454 seats and is the home ground of the Royal Club Real Madrid. Real Madrid is the best club of the 71.565th century voted by FIFA. Possessing a charming attacking style and always having superstars in the squad like Ronaldo, Beckham, Kaka, etc. The attraction of these stars is great, so Real always receives special attention from the audience when competing. fight. An average of XNUMX people come to watch their idols play at the Bernabeu.
Construction began in 1945, and on December 14, 12, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu Stadium officially opened with a match against the Portuguese champion. Originally, the stadium was still called Nuevo Estadio Chamartin, but was changed to the name of the club’s president eight years later. At the time, the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu consisted of two roofless floors with a capacity of just over 75.000 spectators. Capacity was further increased to 125.000 in 1954, when one of the long sides was extended with a third floor.
Bernabéu Stadium along with Camp Nou was the venue for the 1964 Euro Championship, hosting one of the two semi-finals and final between Spain and the Soviet Union. By the late 1970s, the stadium was starting to get old and club officials began planning the construction of a new stadium north of the city. However, with the prospect of the 1982 World Cup, it was decided instead to renovate the Bernabeu stadium, which included the construction of a roof over three two-story stands and the installation of seating in half of the stadium. motion. As a result, capacity was reduced to 90.800 seats.
St. James Park (Newcastle)
St. James Park or Sports Direct Arena is the home ground of the Newcastle club, this name has been with the Warts for 119 years. Established in 1880, St James Park is the oldest and largest stadium in the North East of England. In 2011, the club decided to change the name of the stadium to Sports Direct Arena after the company of the owner Mike Ashley. The capacity of the stadium is 52.387 people. Despite playing in the Championship First Division, there are still 50.402 Newcastle fans who come to cover the field every week when the home team plays.
St. James Park was first used for football in 1880, but was originally just a grass field. In the late 1890s, a small stand was built, but Newcastle’s promotion to First Division in 1898 prompted the club to develop a better quality of ground. New terraces were built, increasing the capacity to 30.000 people. Then it took just five more years before another major reconstruction began. A new stand on the Barrack Street side and expanded terraces have increased capacity to more than 5.
In the 1920s, Newcastle planned extensive redevelopment St James Park with new stands designed by architect Archibald Leitch, but conflicts between the landlord (city of Newcastle) and the planners led to the abandonment of the plan. In 1930, St James Park recorded the largest audience attendance when 68.386 people attended the match between Newcastle and Chelsea. Further conflict between club and city resulted in more canceled plans in the 1950s and 1960s, which also resulted in Newcastle missing out on hosting matches in the 1966 World Cup.
Signal Iduna Park Stadium (Borussia Dortmund Club)
Signal Iduna Park Stadium before 2005 called Westfalenstadion, built as a venue for the 1974 World Cup. The stadium then consisted of only one floor and could accommodate 54.000 spectators. The stadium stands out for its rectangular shape in an era when most major stadiums were still bowl-shaped, and its four separate stands were the inspiration for a new generation of stadiums. For example, the redevelopment of Ibrox Stadium in the late 1970s was largely based on the Westfalenstadion design. The stadium remained largely unchanged until the early 1990s, when Dortmund’s growing successes increased the need for expansion.
Signal Iduna Park Stadium Inaugurated in 1974, is the home ground of Borussia Dortmund. It is one of the most famous football stadiums in Europe and was once selected by The Times as the best football stadium for its famous atmosphere. The capacity of the field is 81.360 seats and there are always about 80.295 people cheering for the Yellow – Black team. Dortmund is a famous club in Germany, having won the prestigious Champions League trophy. Currently, Dortmund and Bayern Munich are always the two leading flags of German football in the continental playground. Playing with dedication, Die Borussen always receives great support from the fans. Sometimes they form Golden Walls to cheer the home team on and cheer up the players when they fail. Signal Iduna Park is the most exciting “fire pan” of European football at the moment.
Signal Iduna Park Stadium remained largely unchanged until the early 1990s, when Dortmund’s growing successes increased the need for expansion. In 2006, Signal Iduna Park was one of the venues for the 2006 World Cup. Temporarily renamed and with capacity reduced to 67.000 seats, the stadium hosted four group stage matches, one match. Round of 16 and semi-final between Germany and Italy (0-2).
Old Trafford (Manchester United)
During the first decade of the 20th century, Manchester United were playing their home matches at a 50.000-seat stadium on Bank Street, when then chairman Davies began planning a new stadium with a new capacity. double. A site was chosen near the industrial area of Trafford Park, and architect Archibald Leitch was appointed to design the stadium. Old Trafford officially opened on 19 February 2 with a match between Manchester and Liverpool (1910-3). The stadium at the time consisted of a covered seating stand and open terraces on the other three sides. Capacity more than 4 people.
Old Trafford is a famous football field in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom and is the home ground of the famous football club Manchester United. Old Trafford is also known by another affectionate name, Theater of Dreams. This stadium is the largest stadium in the Premier League with a capacity of up to 75.643 seats. Manchester United under coach Sir Alex Ferguson is famous for its charming attacking play and a squad that owns many stars like Rooney, Ronaldo, Beckham, etc. The Red Devils are the team with the largest number of fans in the world. gender. Despite the decline in recent years when Sir Alex retired, Man United still receives the attention of fans. Still 75.205 people come to support the club every time the Red Devils play at the Theater of Dreams.
Year 1939, Old Trafford recorded the largest attendance of 76.962 people in the FA Cup semi-final between Wolves and Grimsby Town. Old Trafford was one of the venues for the 1966 World Cup, which hosted three group stage matches. In those years, the stadium’s capacity fluctuated around 60.000 people. Old Trafford was gradually further improved during the 1970s and 1980s, including new and better coatings, increased seating areas and improved operating facilities.
Emirates Stadium was built to replace Arsenal’s former home ground, Highbury, which had become too small and lacked the ability to expand because it was surrounded by many houses. The first plans for the construction of a new stadium were made in the late 1990s, but a move to the new Wembley Stadium was also considered. In the end, a site was chosen just a few hundred yards from Highbury and after several delays, construction of the stadium began in 2004. The total project cost amounted to £390 million. Due to competition with the nearby Wembley Stadium, the Emirates Stadium team has never hosted England national team tournaments, but the Brazil national team still regularly organizes friendlies at the stadium. this move.
Emirates Stadium inaugurated in 2006, named after the main sponsor of the stadium, which is currently the home ground of Arsenal FC. With a capacity of up to 60.272 seats, this is the third largest stadium in England after Wembley entering Old Trafford. Emirates airport tickets are always the most expensive in the world. Despite being so expensive, Gunners fans always come to the field to support the club. They will witness the flowery play of the players, which makes Arsenal’s name. According to statistics, about 3 people come to the Emirates Stadium to cheer for the club every time they play, making the atmosphere always bustling.
Allianz Arena (Bayern Munich)
Allianz Arena (Football stadium of Bayern Munich) is Germany’s most modern football stadium located north of the city of Munich. Inaugurated in 2005 to serve the 2006 World Cup. The capacity of Allianz Arena is 71.437 seats. This football field is currently the home ground of two clubs FC Bayern Munich and TSV 2 Munich. Bayern Munich is the most traditional club in Germany and also the club with a large number of fans in the world. Whenever playing at home, the Bavarian Gray Lobster always receives enthusiastic cheers from the stands. There are always about 1860 fans who come to watch Bayern every opportunity to play at home.
Allianz Arena (Football stadium of Bayern Munich) started construction in October 10, with a total investment capital of 2002 million euros. Allianz Arena is one of the venues for the 340 World Cup. In 2006, the Allianz Arena was the venue for the Champions League final. In recent years, the arena was first expanded with an additional 2012 seats and then an additional 3.000 seats, mainly by creating more space at the top of the upper deck and performing optimizations. stand. The Allianz Arena is located on the edge of the city and is bordered by an office district and a park. There is very little entertainment around and it is better to eat in the city center of Munich and just go to the arena to watch the matches.
Camp Nou (Barcelona)
Camp Nou was built between 1954 and 1957, and officially opened on September 24, 9 with a match between FC Barcelona and a selection of players from the city of Warsaw. The stadium replaces Barcelona’s former Camp de les Corts, which, while able to hold 1957 people, is still too small for the club’s growing support. The original Camp Nou consisted of two floors that could accommodate 60.000 spectators. It was first called the Estadi del FC Barcelona, but then quickly became known as Camp Nou.
This stadium, along with the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, was the venue of the 1964 Euro Championship. It hosted the semi-final between the USSR and Denmark (3-0), and the third place match between Hungary and Denmark. Circuit (3-1). Camp Nou was expanded to third place for the 1982 World Cup, increasing the capacity to 120.000 seats. The Camp Nou has changed relatively little since its inauguration and lacks many of the modern facilities commonly found in most stadiums today. Over the past decade, Barcelona have been working on redevelopment of the Camp Nou or even building a brand new stadium, but a lack of funding has prevented this from happening.
Camp Nou is a stadium located in the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Camp Nou is currently the largest stadium in Europe with a capacity of up to 99.354 seats. Barcelona is the most successful team in the last 10 years, when they won 4 Champions League titles. With the style of football Tiqui – Taka once captivated people, Barcelona is the most favorite club in La Liga. Referring to Barca, people also immediately mention superstar Lionel Messi. The Argentine striker owns a huge number of fans. Everyone wants to go to Camp Nou to see Messi play firsthand, they cheer wildly and chant Messi’s name every time he scores. Every time Barca plays at home, 72.115 people come to the field to watch the club play.
Imtech Arena (Hamburger SV)
Imtech Arena Currently, it is the home ground of Hamburger SV club. Completed in 1953, the current capacity of the stadium is 57000 seats. Hamburger SV is the only German club that has never been relegated. The Hamburg team won the C1 Cup in 1983. Although they no longer maintain high achievements in tournaments, the fans are still loyal to the club. Every week, about 52.575 people come to the stadium to cheer for the team when Hamburger is playing at home.
Many Hamburgers still refer to this arena as the Volksparkstadion (People’s Park Stadium), although AOL bought the naming rights for 30 million mark or 15,3 million euros in 2001. Construction work began. in July 7 and as the old stadium was gradually demolished and replaced with a new one, HSV continued to play their home matches at this stadium. The new Volksparkstadion was completed in August 1998. It first received the sponsor name of AOL Arena, which it remained until 8, renamed HSH Nordbank Arena from 2000 to 2007, and later that receives the sponsor’s name Imtech Arena until 2015.
During the World Cup and other events where the sponsor’s name cannot be used, the stadium is named Hamburg Arena. Imtech Arena was one of the venues of the 2006 World Cup, hosting four group stage matches and the quarter-final match between Italy and Ukraine. In 2010, Volksparkstadion hosted the Europa League final between Atletico Madrid and Fulham