The Biggest Stadiums From All Around The World

Let’s take a look at some of the world’s mega stadiums, including some you probably haven’t heard of.


The following is a list ordered by their capacity, which refers to the maximum number of spectators they can normally accommodate.  The capacity figures are standard, permanent total capacity, including both seating and any permanent standing areas, but excluding any temporary accommodation.

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20. Wembley Stadium (London, England) – capacity 90,000

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19. Memorial Stadium (Nebraska, USA) – 92,047

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18. Cotton Bowl (Texas, USA) – 92,100

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17. Rose Bowl (California, USA) – 92,542

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16. Sanford Stadium (Georgia, USA) – 92,746

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15. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (California, USA) – 93,607

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14. Soccer City (Johannesburg, South Africa) – 94,736

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13. Azadi Stadium (Tehran, Iran) – 95,225

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12. Esatdio Azteca (Mexico City, Mexico) – 95,500

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11. Camp Nou (Barcelona, Spain) – 99,354

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10. Melbourne Cricket Ground (Melbourne, Australia) – 100,024

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9. Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (Texas, USA) – 100,119

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8. Bryant-Denny Stadium (Alabama, USA) – 101,821

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7. Tiger Stadium (Louisiana, USA) – 102,321

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6. Neyland Stadium (Tennessee, USA) – 102,455

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5. Kyle Field (Texas, USA) – 102,733

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4. Ohio Stadium (Ohio, USA) – 104,944

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3. Beaver Stadium (Pennsylvania, USA) – 106,572

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2. Michigan Stadium (Michigan, USA) – 107,601

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1. Rungrado 1st May Stadium (Pyongyang, North Korea) – 150,000

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