If there are places that do not belong to us, but we belong there, not many such places can be more ingenuous than the football stadiums. Fans swarm into the stadiums to watch their favourite team perform, and to be part it. Every football stadium is an impeccable showcase of passion. Moreover, it is not just a stadium. It is home.
Here is the list of ten largest football stadiums in Europe based on the seating capacity.
10. Allianz Arena (Germany) – 75,024
The most interesting fact about this football stadium in Germany is that it is the first stadium in the world that has the full colour changing exteriors. You may have noted the peculiar exterior of Allianz Arena. The exterior is designed with inflated plastic air panels, and it appear white from distance. However, when looked closely, the spots will be visible amidst the white panel, which illuminates different colours on the white panel.
The stadium was opened in 2005, which makes it the second youngest in the list, and have a seating capacity of 75,024. FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich used to play here since the stadium opened. Both teams had 50 percent share in the Allianz Arena, but the Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich bought TSV Munich’s share in 2006. Now, TSV Munich is allowed to play in Allianz Arena, but holds no ownership.
The stadium hosted six World Cup matches in 2006, and the UEFA Champions League final in 2012. The stadium has been nicknamed “Schlauchboot” which means ‘Inflatable boat’.
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