The Home Stadium of the North Korean National team. It was opened 1st May 1989 for a communist celebration.
Originally opened in 1984 this stadium is used by East Bengal club, Mohammedan sporting and Mohan Bagan Athletic.
Opened in 1966 then renovated 1985 the Azteca Stadium is a must-see for football fans all over the world. The home stadium for Club America it possibly best remembered for the star shaped shadow that was cast on the pitch in the 1986 World Cup. The stadium also witnessed both Diego Maradona’s greatest moment in an Argentine Shirt as well as his Hand of God goal.
Built for the 1998 commonwealth games and located in the national sports complex in Kuala Lumper. The national football team play all there games here.
Used by the Australian Nation team for Home matches it was opened in 1854. However it is normally used for both Cricket and Australian Rules football.
The most famous stadium in Europe, the Camp Nou is a cathedral built for the worship of football. It has one of the few pitches in World football that sits below road level.
In 1950 a reported 210,000 people were in the Maracana to watch a Brazil vs Uruguay game. For many the greatest stadium ever built and the most famous. In Brazil Flamengo and Fluminense use the stadium as their home ground. The Stadium attracts football tourists from all over the world. It will also host the final of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The original Stadium was opened for the famous White Horse FA Cup final in 1923 Between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers. England lost their last game at the stadium before it was knocked down and rebuilt. It reopened in 2007 without the Twin Towers that were a huge part of the stadium’s iconic image.
The Home for the Iranian National team and two of Iran’s biggest teams Persepolis FC and Esteghlal FC. The Stadium was built in 1971.
The home ground of Ecuadorian club side Barcelona SC and a stadium loved by Brazilian legend Pele.