In 1st place we are going to South Asia, and most exactly India. Kolkata India is the home of Salt Lake Stadium. The stadium has a capability of 120,000 individuals. The Stadium was built in 1984. It is the home of four local soccer teams: Mohun Bagan, East Bengal, Pailan Arrows, and Prayag United.
In the number 2 place we are going to Mexico, and we are stopping at the capital of Mexico City. Estadio Azteca has a capability of 105,000 individuals. The largest attendance recorded was 120,000 in 1968 when Mexico faced Brazil. The stadium was built in 1966 and it was renovated in 1985. It is a home of the Mexican national soccer team as well as the local soccer club America.
Here we come in the top 3 biggest venues in the entire world. An amazing stop in the Middle East, we are stopping in Tehran, Iran. The Azadi Stadium is the number 3 location. This stadium doesn’t have the biggest capability, but it does have a very large ground. The stadium is regarded a potential home for an Olympic event. The capability of the stadium is 100,000 viewers. It was built in 1971, and it was a short while ago renovated in 2003. The stadium is a home of the Iranian National soccer team as well as a home of two local football teams, Persepolis, and Esteghlal.
Barcelona here we are. In number 4 we are arriving to only the second stadium from our list that is based in European countries, and this stadium is the Camp Nou, the home of Barcelona Soccer Club. The wonderful venue is also the home of some of the Spanish National soccer team matches. The stadium was built in 1957, but it was expanded in 1982. The capability of the stadium is 99,786. The maximum presence recorded was in 1986 during the match between Juventus and Barcelona and the attendance was 120,000 viewers.