Top 10 Biggest Stadiums

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  1. Ranked first on the list of the world's biggest stadiums is a stadium in North Korea, Rungrado May Day Stadium. The Rungrado May Day Stadium was known as the world's largest stadium up to now. This famous stadium has an official capacity of 150,000 people, although it is thought that the true capacity is closer to 114,000, making it the largest stadium by capacity in the world. The stadium was designed to resemble a magnolia flower, but it is shaped like a parachute.


    Rungrado May Day Stadium
    will host a variety of sporting events, including football (soccer) matches by North Korea's national team. The stadium, on the other hand, is frequently utilized to host military parades. Moreover, Rungrado May Day Stadium is currently utilized for a few athletic events and the Arirang Festival's mass sports. During a wrestling event in 1995, the stadium set a world attendance record with 190,000 spectators.


    Capacity: 150,000

    Location: Pyongyang, North Korea

    Construction: 1986 – 1989

    Inauguration: May 1, 1989

    Rungrado May Day Stadium. Photo: wikipedia.org
    Rungrado May Day Stadium. Photo: wikipedia.org
    Rungrado May Day Stadium. Photo: kyluc.vn
    Rungrado May Day Stadium. Photo: kyluc.vn

  2. Sardar Patel Stadium is the next stadium on the list of the world's biggest stadiums today. Ahmedabad, the city in India, is home to the world's second-largest stadium. Sardar Patel Stadium has a seating capacity of 110,000 people. Sardar Patel Stadium, also known as the Motera Stadium, was erected on the site of a previous stadium with the same name that had a much smaller capacity of 49,000.


    The present stadium, which was inaugurated in 2020 by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then-US President Donald Trump, is the newest on our list today. Sardar Patel Stadium is now the world's largest cricket stadium. Cricket has supporters all across the world, but India is one of the most popular countries for the sport.


    Capacity: 110,000

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

    Sardar Patel Stadium. Photo: thewire.in
    Sardar Patel Stadium. Photo: thewire.in
    Sardar Patel Stadium. Photo: hindustantimes.com
    Sardar Patel Stadium. Photo: hindustantimes.com
  3. Michigan Stadium was ranked third on the list of the world's biggest stadiums by capacity. As its name suggests, Michigan Stadium is located in the state of Michigan, specifically at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Michigan Stadium is the largest stadium in the United States and the world's third-largest. Footings were built inside Michigan Stadium to allow the stadium's capacity to be increased beyond 100,000. Therefore, the 107,601-seat stadium is known among University of Michigan students as "The Big House." The venue's most popular sport is American college football.


    Other sporting events, such as the International Champions Cup soccer tournament, are held at Michigan Stadium. When Michigan Stadium hosted a game between the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2014, it established an NHL attendance record of 105,491.


    Capacity: 107,601

    Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

    Renovated: 2010

    Inauguration: October 1, 1927

    Michigan Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Michigan Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Michigan Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Michigan Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
  4. University Park, Pennsylvania, is home to the world's fourth-largest stadium and the United States' second largest. This is Beaver Stadium. This stadium, which first opened its doors in 1960, has a seating capacity of 106,572. Beaver Stadium is now the home of the Nittany Lions, a football team from Pennsylvania State University. Beaver Stadium is, first and foremost, a collegiate football stadium. This stadium's history is one of the few in which the opening took place somewhere other than where it now sits. In fact, in a poll held by USA Today in 2016, the stadium was chosen as the top college football site.


    Beaver Stadium was originally built 1 mile west of its current location in 1909. Originally constructed with wooden stands, the structure was eventually replaced with a steel structure capable of holding 30,000 people.


    Capacity: 106,572

    Location: State College, Pennsylvania, US

    Inauguration: September 17, 1960

    Beaver Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Beaver Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Beaver Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Beaver Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
  5. Ohio Stadium is the next stadium that Toplist would like to introduce to you on the list of the world's biggest stadiums. Because of its form, Ohio Stadium is known as "The Horsehoe" or simply "The Shoe". Ohio Stadium is located in Columbus, Ohio. This stadium first opened its doors in 1922 and was renovated in 2001. The stadium now has a capacity of 102,780 people, making it the world's fifth-largest stadium.


    Ohio Stadium is mostly utilized for collegiate sports in the United States, particularly college football. In 2016, the stadium saw a record attendance of 110,045 individuals attending a game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Michigan Wolverines. Non-sporting events are also held at Ohio Stadium, including concerts by Pink Floyd and the Rolling Stones.


    Capacity: 102,780

    Location: Columbus, Ohio, US

    Inauguration: October 7, 1922

    Ohio Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Ohio Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Ohio Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Ohio Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
  6. Kyle Field, controlled by Texas A&M and located in College Station, Texas, is known as the sixth-largest stadium in the world. The capacity of Kyle Field is 102,733.


    Kyle Field, like many of the other stadiums on our list, is mostly used for college football in the United States. Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University did not even consider building a stadium in the early twentieth century. However, horticulture professor Edwin Jackson Kyle defied the restriction and converted some of his farmland into a football pitch. The stadium first opened its doors in 1905. It began a significant rebuilding project in 2014, one of the largest in the history of collegiate sports in the United States, which was finished the following year. Since then, the Aggies, the home football team, have drawn crowds of 100,000 or more for each game.


    Capacity: 102,733

    Location: College Station, Texas, US

    Construction: 05/1927 - 09/1927

    Inauguration: September 24, 1927

    Kyle Field. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Kyle Field. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Kyle Field. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Kyle Field. Photo: stadiumdb.com
  7. Neyland Stadium, in Knoxville, Tennessee, is the sixth biggest stadium on the list today. The venue is yet another tribute to, you guessed it, college football in the United States. Shields-Watkins Field was the name of the stadium when it was initially opened in 1921. Then, it was renamed Neyland Stadium in 1962 to honor Robert Neyland, the man regarded as the founder of the University of Tennessee football team.


    Between 2004 and 2010, Neyland Stadium underwent a thorough redevelopment. The staged project did not interfere with existing structures but included brand new amenities for spectators, new electronic systems, and various other enhancements (corporate, media, new entry plazas, and exterior walls) that are intended to last for the next seven decades. Neyland Stadium now has a seating capacity of 102,455.


    Capacity: 102,455

    Location: Knoxville, Tennessee, US

    Inauguration: September 24, 1921

    Construction: 21/03/1921 - 09/1921

    Neyland Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Neyland Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Neyland Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Neyland Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
  8. Tiger Stadium, sometimes known as "Death Valley" is the world's sixth-largest stadium on the list today. Tiger Stadium is located in Baton Rouge, the capital of the United States state of Louisiana, and serves as the home stadium for Louisiana State University's football team, the Tigers.


    Beginning in 1924, when there was only one spectator stand with a capacity of 12,000, the stadium was erected in stages. Tiger Stadium can now accommodate 102,321 people. If you go to a football game there, you have a good chance of seeing the home team win. The stadium was dubbed "the most feared road playing environment in America" by Sport Magazine in 1998.


    Capacity: 102,321

    Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US

    Inauguration: November 25, 1924

    Tiger Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Tiger Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Tiger Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Tiger Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
  9. The ninth name on the list of the top biggest stadiums in the world is another stadium in the US. The Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium at Campbell - Williams Field, officially known as the Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium at Campbell - Williams Field, is the ninth-largest stadium in the world. Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium has a capacity of 100,019.


    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium
    is located in Austin, Texas, the state capital of the United States. It is the home of the University of Texas football team, the Texas Longhorns. The stadium, which first opened in 1924, has undergone various upgrades since then. When the Longhorns played the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans in 2018, Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium drew its greatest audience ever, with 103,507 fans in attendance.


    Capacity: 100,119

    Location: Austin, Texas, US

    Inauguration: November 8, 1924

    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
  10. The stadium that finishes the list of the top biggest stadiums in the world today is Bryant - Denny Stadium. The capacity of Bryant - Denny Stadium is 100,077 people. The Alabama Crimson Tide, the football team of the University of Alabama, plays their home games at this stadium.


    Bryant - Denny Stadium
    was first opened in 1929 in Tuscaloosa, and, like many other stadiums erected for college football in the United States, it has been extended numerous times since then. In reality, in 2018, Bryant - Denny Stadium was revealed to have a $107 million makeover that would take place following the 2019 football season.


    Capacity: 100,077

    Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama, US

    Inauguration: September 28, 1929

    Construction: 12/1928 - 09/1929

    Bryant - Denny Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Bryant - Denny Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Bryant - Denny Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com
    Bryant - Denny Stadium. Photo: stadiumdb.com

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