Football stadiums play an important role in matches. The real experience of enjoying a football match is available through watching it in a football stadium. There is passion, emotion, skills, talent, tackles which thousands of fans see at the stadium and millions around the world. For a football fan it is always a dream to watch their favorite team play live. Here are 5 stadiums that you should buy a match day ticket if you are a traveler and a football fan.
Home to the Red Devils, the most popular team in the world Manchester United are surely a household name when it comes to Football and Old Trafford is one beautiful stadium being the largest ground in English Premier League and with a regular attendance of 76000 it surely is one ground you should visit if you are a football fan.
Signal Iduna Park
Also known as Westfalonstadion is a major ground home to Borussia Dortmund of Bundesliga has a capacity of 84000 people where you will find 25000 people standing and waving yellow flags. It is one major ground alongside Allianz arena in Germany.
Camp Nou is home to Barcelona, it was opened in 1957 as a symbol of Catalan nationalism. Being home to one of the greatest and one of the most successful clubs in football it has seen many great players playing on its grass, major trophies won, many greatest matches have held which has been in the history books.
Estadio Santiago Bernabeu is the stadium of the Galacticos. It is home to the current European Champions Real Madrid. This ground has surely seen world’s best and the most talented players the world has ever seen. It is one heck of an atmosphere during the two Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona clash each other in the El Classico.
It is located in Milan, Italy, home to AC Milan Football Club. It has got a 5 star rating from the UEFA and is a stadium with rich history in the Italian Football.
There is always a different experience to be there at the stadium watching players make history. It is a great experience to sing at the stadium along with thousands of other supporters, jump from your seat when there is a goal or cry like a baby when you lose a game. It is always different to watch a game on TV sitting on a couch and in a stadium standing along with thousands of passionate supporters.
– Jainam Jhaveri