Europe is the heart of Football and soccer is the most famous sports there. European leagues such as LA Liga, Barclay’s Premier League and Seria A are famous all over the world.
There are also some big clubs in Europe and they got fabulous stadiums. Here we bring you the most electrifying stadiums of European Football.
1. Wembley Stadium
The Wembley Stadium was opened in 2007 and it was one of the most famous stadiums in England. Wembley is located in London and has the capacity of 90,000 fans in it. Wembley has hosted many high profile matches such has Champions League final 2011 between Barcelona and Man United.
Wembley stadium is under English FA, and host finals of Domestic Cups as well and international matches of English team. Champions League final, second European cup final in three years. Which is a big achievement.
2. Santiago BernabéuStadium.
Santiago Bernabeu is the home ground of Spanish and European giants Real Madrid. It was located in Madrid and has the capacity of more than 85,000 football fans. The stadium is owned by Real Madrid football club and they play their domestic and European matches here.
Bernabeu has hosted several high profile matches. The final of World Cup 1982 was held at this stadium. While the final of 2010 UEFA Champions League which was won by Inter Milan was also played at this ground.
3. San Siro
San Siro is one of the biggest stadium of Italy and located in Milan. It was owned by Milan Municipality and has the capacity of more than 80,000 fans in it. Two Italian giants play their home matches here, Inter Milan and AC Milan. (both clubs are fierce rivals).
This stadium hosted 2001 UEFA Champions League final which was won by Bayern Munich.
4. Allianz Arena
Allianz Arena is the home ground of German giants Bayern Munich. The Stadium was opened in 2005 and the capacity of this stadium is 71,000. This stadium also hosted some of the most famous finals such as World Cup 2006 final between France and Italy which Italy won on Penalties.
While the final of Champions League 2012 was also played at this stadium, which Bayern lost to Chelsea on Penalties.