|Nou Camp Stadium in Barcelona, Spain
Nou Camp Stadium, opened in 1957, was known at that time under the name "FC Barcelona Stadium. The stadium is located in the west of Barcelona, in Les Corts district. In 2001 he adopted the current name, meaning he received the popular name since the inauguration. With a capacity of 98,847 spectators, the stadium becomes the highest capacity in Europe and 11th among the world's biggest stadiums. It was built during the mandate of President FC Barcelona, Francesc Miró-Sans, whic...
|Donbass Arena in Ukraine
One of the most beautiful and spacious venues in eastern Europe, is what activates Shakhtar Donetsk. Inaugurated on August 29, 2009, may madri Donobass Arena with a natural grass and UEFA officials include the Elite list of stadiums, with five stars. With a capacity of 51,504 seats, Shakhtar stadium will host matches at Euro 2012 with Ukraine as Poland, the host of the competition. The stadium project initially approached by the sum of $ 250 million, but they have allocated 30 million doll...
|Allianz Arena in Germany
Built in the northern German city of Munich, Allianz Arena football stadium itself is a curiosity because of modern design, which adds not only in form, but also by the innovative facade lighting. Alliantz Arena is the first stadium in the world whose facade can change colors. Two professional football clubs, FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich, host their matches on this ground, early in the season 2005/2006. Provider of financial services worldwide, Allianz has purchased the rights...