Most of the biggest stadiums are used for football. Many stadiums have a running track around the perimeter of the pitch allowing them to be used for track and field events. Top 10 Marvels presents list of biggest sports stadiums on the basis of their seating capacity.

10. Melbourne Cricket Ground (capacity – 100,000)

Melbourne Cricket Ground

This is the oldest stadiums of given list,  it was built in 1853 and very first game of cricket played on 30 September 1854.

09. National Stadium Bukit Jalil (capacity – 100,200)

National Stadium Bukit Jalil

The Bukit Jalil National Stadium is located 20km south of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This national stadium is home of the Malaysian football team and hosts a variety of sporting and non-sporting events.

08. Neyland Stadium (capacity – 102,000)

Neyland Stadium

Neyland Stadium located in American, it is a football stadium, it serves primarily as the home of the Tennessee Volunteers football team in Knoxville, Tennessee.

07. Ohio Stadium (capacity – 102,329)

Ohio Stadium

It  is the home of the Buckeyes American Football team at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

06. Jornalista Mario Filho (capacity – 103,045)

Jornalista Mario Filho

Jornalista Mario Filho stadium is a soccer stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

05. Beaver Stadium (capacity – 107,282)

Beaver Stadium

Beaver Stadium is is located at the Pennsylvania State University. It is the home of the Penn State Nittany Lions.

04. Michigan Stadium (capacity – 107,501)

Michigan Stadium

It is also famous as  “The Big House”, Michigan stadium is the American Football stadium of the University of Michigan.

03. Estadio Azteca (capacity – 114,465)

Estadio Azteca

It is located in Mexico City, Estandio is the 3rd biggest stadiums, mostly for football matches.

02. Salt Lake Stadium (capacity – 120,000)

Salt Lake Stadium

This  is located in Salt Lake City, a district of Kolkata in India. Built in 1984, it mainly used for football and athletics events.

01. Rungnado May Day Stadium (capacity – 150,000)

Rungnado May Day Stadium

The monumental Rungrado May Day Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea was built in 1989. In 1995, an incredible 190,000 people crammed in for a professional wrestling event.


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