Some claim it is the home of their favorite club, while others prefer national stadiums. To be honest, there are compelling reasons to support either as the best soccer stadiums in the world.
Club stadiums, for example, have an unrivaled atmosphere and history. Consider the case of Liverpool. Regardless of what Everton fans think of their red rival, the atmosphere from the Kop End stands out among all Premier League fans. Consider Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu or Barcelona’s Camp Nou. Few stadiums have the renown of such historic teams. Furthermore, those stadiums have only recently hosted Champions League Finals.
In general, major finals at both the club and international levels are held in stadiums that are not dedicated to a single club. They are, instead, national stadiums. Wembley Stadium in London is one of the most well-known examples and is best known for hosting the Champions League and European Championship Finals. The same can be said for stadiums such as Rio’s Maracana and Paris’ Stade de France. While these stadiums host club teams, they are more well-known for international matches. Thats a big factor in the best soccer stadiums in the world talk.
Rox and Ken discuss what their criteria is for the best soccer stadiums in the world and shout out the greats and some new up and comers.
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