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Croke Park – Dublin, Ireland

Posted by Cristi On October - 21 - 2012 0 Comment
Croke Park

Croke Park is a multi purpose stadium, located in Dublin (Ireland) and also the headquarters of an amateur Irish and international cultural and sporting organisation called the Gaelic Athletic Association. Built back in 1913, the arena was designed by architect Gilroy McMahon and at present has a current capacity of 82,300 seats. Its has a  [ Read More ]

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Old Trafford – Manchester, England

Posted by Cristi On May - 30 - 2012 0 Comment
Old Trafford expanded

Old Trafford is football stadium located in Manchester (England), home ground of Premier League side Manchester United, since 1910. Having a current capacity of 75,957 seats, Old Trafford is the largest football club stadium in England, being surpassed only by Wembley Stadium, which is used by the England national football team. This also makes it  [ Read More ]

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Saitama Studium – Saitama City, Japan

Posted by Cristi On May - 2 - 2012 0 Comment
Saitama Stadium

Saitama Stadium 2002, commonly known simply as Saitama Stadium or Saisuta is a modern football stadium situated in Midori-ku, Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. The arena represents the home ground of football clubs Urawa Red Diamonds and Omiya Ardija, which at present take part in the top division of Japan Professional Football League. Having a  [ Read More ]

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Wembley Stadium – London, England

Posted by Cristi On February - 1 - 2012 0 Comment
Wembley Stadium illuminated

Wembley Stadium is a football arena located in London (England) and the place where the England national football team plays its home international games. Built during 2003 and 2007, the stadium is now owned by the The Football Association and the construction costs reached an impressive total of £900 million. Wembley was designed by architects  [ Read More ]

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Estadio da Luz, Benfica’s Stadium from Portugal

Posted by Cristi On November - 11 - 2011 0 Comment
Estadio da Luz

Estadio da Luz, officially known as the Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and very often referred to as the Stadium of Light, is a football stadium located in Lisbon (Portugal), home ground of one of the founding members of the Portuguese Liga, club Benfica Lisbon. The arena has a capacity of 65,647 seats, which  [ Read More ]

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