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Seven most Instagrammable sports stadiums in the world

In hundreds of locations worldwide, stadiums have evolved into much more than grass and terraces with colossal coliseums.

The allure of an arena is that there is no exact science to determining what makes a stadium great. State-of-the-art features might sometimes be what takes a ground to the next level.

It could be the style and layout of the stands, which were built to maximize the amount of space available inside.

As time passes, the exteriors of the stadiums have become increasingly ornate, with each new one attempting to outdo the previous. Sometimes the sheer immensity of a stadium is enough to send shivers down one’s spine.

Here are the seven best stadiums which should be on everyone’s Instagram reels!

  1. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Wembley seemed unbreakable, but the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium feels like a total package, a great blend of many venues on our list. It offers everything, including a full selection of hospitality boxes and corporate suites to host major international events. In addition, it has a retractable pitch that allows an artificial NFL playing surface to be revealed beneath it. It has vast concourses and all the modern conveniences. Still, it’s best known for its proximity to the field, a noise-reverberating roof, and a Dortmund-style stand that stretches to the sky.
  2. Wembley Stadium – Without a question, Wembley Stadium is the most famous football stadium in the world. The new Wembley Stadium, which opened in 2007, was built on the site of the original Wembley Stadium, which was built in 1923. The new design has taken everything great about the original stadium and added to it. As a result, it is known as one of the most electrifying atmospheres in world football. The famed Twin Towers are no longer standing, but the Wembley Arch has taken their place. The Home of Football is now used to hosting some of the most prominent European and international football events.
  3. Allianz Arena – The Allianz Arena is home to Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich, two Munich-based football teams. It is Europe’s only stadium that can change colors depending on which of the two clubs is playing–red for Bayern Munich and blue for 1860 Munich. The stadium has been a tremendous hit with both sets of fans, thanks to the supporters being closer to the pitch, which was an issue at the previous location, the Olympiastadion, which had a jogging track surrounding the pitch that created a poor atmosphere.
  4. San Siro – Both AC Milan and Inter Milan share the San Siro, one of the world’s most famous stadiums. It is Italy’s largest and most recognizable stadium. It, like Nou Camp, has hosted some of the world’s best footballers, which explains why the site is so revered. With a seating capacity of 80,018, the San Siro has left opposing fans speechless. Although, from the outside, it does not appear to be particularly impressive. The 94-year-old stadium, though, is a fortress for the Italian heavyweights. It is, without a doubt, one of the most immaculate grounds on the planet.
  5. Nou Camp – There is no reason not to visit Nou Camp. You should if you haven’t already. If you’ve been before, you should go again. The atmosphere isn’t as electric as it is at other stadiums. Still, if you’re there for the sport, Nou Camp provides a magical experience.
  6. Santiago Bernabeu – One of Europe’s most successful clubs calls the Santiago Bernabeu home. Real Madrid’s place among the elite echelons of world football is established, and there could be no better place for such a club to play than the Santiago Bernabeu. The Santiago Bernabeu, which first opened its doors in 1947, has been refurbished twice since 1982 and 2001 to match the Galacticos’ objectives.
  7. Old Trafford – The fact that “The Theatre of Dreams” is a truly stunning venue cannot be denied. The Red Devils’ home stadium was opened in 1910. It was renovated in 2006, now seats over 75,000 supporters, and is England’s largest club stadium. However, one thing is sure: fans from all over the world will continue to travel to the cosmopolitan Old Trafford to experience the stadium’s enchantment and cheer on one of football’s most successful teams.

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