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Largest Stadiums

The following table of Largest Stadiums was found on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stadiums_by_capacity 

A source of information about Stadiums can be found at http://www.stadiumdb.com

Current Stadiums


RankStadiumCapacityCityCountryHome TeamSportNotes
1 Rungrado May Day Stadium 150,000[1] Pyongyang  North Korea   Mainly mass games and dance performances (Arirang Festival), football and rarely athletics Largest non-auto racing stadium capacity in the world.
2 Salt Lake Stadium 120,000[2] Kolkata India East Bengal ClubMohammedan SCMohun Bagan AC Association football, Athletics Largest in India, Largest in South Asia, Second-largest in Asia.
3 Beaver Stadium 107,282[3] State College  USA Penn State Nittany Lions football American football Largest in Western Hemisphere.
4 Michigan Stadium 106,201[4] Ann Arbor USA Michigan Wolverines football   Largest in U.S. Midwest. Current expansion set to bring capacity above 108,000 for the 2010 football season.
5 Estadio Azteca 105,000[5] Mexico City  Mexico Mexico national football team,Club América Association football Largest in Latin America, Mexico
6 Ohio Stadium 102,329[6] Columbus USA Ohio State Buckeyes football American football Largest in Ohio
7 Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium 100,119[7] Austin United States USA Texas Longhorns football American football Largest in Southern United States, Largest west of the Mississippi River
8 Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,018[8] Melbourne Australia Melbourne FCRichmond FC,Hawthorn FCCollingwood FC,Australia national cricket team,Australia national women's cricket teamVictorian Bushrangers,Victorian Spirit, some Australia national rugby union team andAustralian international matches Cricket, Australian rules football, Association football Largest in Southern Hemisphere
9 Neyland Stadium 100,011[9] Knoxville United States USA Tennessee Volunteers football American football Largest in Southeastern United States
10 Azadi Stadium 100,000[10][11] Tehran  Iran Iran national football team,PersepolisEsteghlal Association football Largest in Middle East. Once held over 130,000.
11 Camp Nou 98,787[12] Barcelona Spain Spain FC Barcelona Association football Largest in Europe, European Union, and Spain
12 Soccer City 94,700[13][14] Johannesburg South Africa South African National Football Team Association Football Largest in Africa
13 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 93,607[15][16] Los Angeles United States USA USC Trojans football American football Largest in California and the U.S. West Coast
14 Sanford Stadium 92,746[17] Athens  USA Georgia Bulldogs football American football  
15 Rose Bowl 92,542[18] Pasadena United States USA UCLA Bruins footballRose Bowl American football  
16 Tiger Stadium 92,400[19] Baton Rouge  USA LSU Tigers football American football  
17 Cotton Bowl 92,200 Dallas United States USA none, hosts annual University of Texas at Austin vs. University of Oklahoma game and Dallas Football Classic (from 2011) American football  
18 Bryant-Denny Stadium 92,138[20] Tuscaloosa  USA Alabama Crimson Tide football American football Current expansion will bring capacity to approximately 101,000 in 2010
19 FedExField 91,704[21] Landover United States USA Washington Redskins American football Largest in the NFL
20 Eden Gardens 90,000[22] Kolkata  India Kolkata Knight RidersBengal cricket teamIndian national cricket team Cricket During 1996 Cricket World Cup, capacity was 120,000.
21 Wembley Stadium 90,000[23] London EnglandEngland England national football teamFA Cup FinalLeague Cup Final,Challenge Cup Final Association Football, Rugby Union, Rugby League, American Football, Athletics Largest in United Kingdom, largest in World with every seat under cover, most expensive in World
22 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 88,548[24] Gainesville  USA Florida Gators football American football Largest in Florida
23 Gelora Bung Karno Stadium 88,306[25] Jakarta IndonesiaIndonesia Indonesia national football team Association football Largest in Southeast Asia
24 Jordan-Hare Stadium 87,451[26] Auburn  USA Auburn Tigers football American football  
25 Bukit Jalil National Stadium 87,411[27][28] Kuala Lumpur MalaysiaMalaysia Malaysia national football team Association football Largest in Malaysia
26 Egyptian Army Stadium 86,000 Alexandria  Egypt Egypt national football team Association football Largest in Egypt and North Africa
27 ANZ Stadium 83,500 Sydney AustraliaAustralia Parramatta EelsBulldogsSouth Sydney RabbitohsWests Tigers,Sydney SwansAustralia national rugby union teamAustralian national cricket teamAustralia national football team matches Rugby league, Rugby union, Cricket, Australian rules football Largest in New South Wales
28 Kyle Field 82,600[29] College Station  USA Texas A&M Aggies football American football  
29 Meadowlands Stadium 82,500 East Rutherford United States USA New York GiantsNew York Jets American football, association football  

Croke Park 82,300[30] Dublin  Ireland Gaelic Athletic Association Gaelic football,hurling,camogie,Gaelic handball, rugby union (temporary), association football (temporary) Largest in Ireland, largest stadium used for Gaelic sports, largest stadium in Europe which is not used primarily for association football
Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium 82,300 Tallahassee United States USA Florida State Seminoles football American football