Top 10 Biggest Stadiums In The World


A stadium, as defined by the dictionary is a place or venue for (mostly) outdoor sports, concerts, or other events, and consists of a field or stage either partly or completely, surrounded by a tiered structure designed to allow spectators to stand or sit and view the event.

The world of sports globally, has been blessed with big and very good stadiums for the game to be enjoyed, thereby accommodating a lot of spectators to cheer up their teams, which automatically makes the game more enjoyable.

For this article, we will be listing the top ten biggest stadiums in the world.


  1. Melbourne Cricket Ground (Australia) – 100,024, Cricket melbourne stadium

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), also known simply as “The G, is an Australian sports stadium located in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Victoria, and is home to the Melbourne Cricket Club. It is the 10th-largest stadium in the world, the largest in Australia, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere, the largest cricket ground by capacity, and has the tallest light towers of any sporting venue. The MCG is within walking distance of the city centre and is served by the Richmond railway station, Richmond, and the Jolimont railway station, East Melbourne. It is part of the Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Precinct.

  1. Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium (United States) – 100,119, American Football Darrell_K_Royal-Texas_Memorial_Stadium_at_Night

Darrell K. Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium (formerly War Memorial Stadium, Memorial Stadium, and Texas Memorial Stadium), located in Austin, Texas, has been home to the University of Texas at Austin Longhorns football team since 1924. The stadium has delivered a great home field advantage with the team’s home record through the 2015 season being 362–108–10 (76.5%).The current official stadium seating capacity of 100,119 makes the stadium the second largest stadium in the state of Texas, the largest in the Big 12 Conference, the eighth largest stadium in the United States, and the ninth largest stadium in the world.

  1. Bryant–Denny Stadium (United States) – 101,821, American Football bryant denny

Bryant–Denny Stadium, located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States, is the home stadium for the University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team. The stadium opened in 1929 and was originally named Denny Stadium in honor of George H. Denny, the school’s president from 1912 to 1932. In 1975, the Alabama legislature added longtime football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant’s name to the stadium. Bryant would coach the remaining seven seasons of his career in the stadium, making him one of the few collegiate coaches to have coached in an arena or stadium that is (partially) named for him.

  1. Tiger Stadium (United States) – 102,321, American Football Tiger_Stadium

Tiger Stadium, popularly known as Death Valley, is an outdoor stadium located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It is best known as the home stadium of the Louisiana State University Tigers football team. Prior to 1924, LSU played its home games at State Field which was located on the old LSU Campus in Downtown Baton Rouge.

Tiger Stadium opened with a capacity of 12,000 in 1924. Renovations and expansions have brought the stadium’s current capacity to 102,321, making it the third largest stadium in the SEC, sixth largest stadium in the NCAA and the seventh largest stadium in the world. When filled to capacity, Tiger Stadium ranks as the fifth largest “city” by population in the state of Louisiana.

  1. Neyland Stadium (United States) – 102,455, American Football neyland stadium

Neyland Stadium is a sports stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. It serves primarily as the home of the Tennessee Volunteers football team, but is also used to host large conventions and has been a site for several NFL exhibition games. The stadium’s official capacity is 102,455. Constructed in 1921, the stadium has undergone 16 expansion projects, at one point reaching a capacity of 104,079 before being slightly reduced by alterations in the following decade. Neyland Stadium is the fifth largest stadium in the United States, the sixth largest stadium in the world, and the second largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference. The stadium is named for legendary UT football coach Robert Neyland.

  1. Kyle Field (United States) – 102,733, American Football kyle-field-092315-getty-ftrjpg_17049t8anqu9010xe6mf52na00

Kyle Field is the football stadium located on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. It has been the home to the Texas A&M Aggie football team in rudimentary form since 1904, and as a complete stadium since 1927. The seating capacity of 102,733 in 2015 makes the stadium the largest in the Southeastern Conference and the fourth largest stadium in the NCAA, fourth largest stadium in the United States, and the fifth largest non-racing stadium in the world. Within the state of Texas, Kyle Field has the largest regular seating capacity, while AT&T Stadium has a larger overall capacity.

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  1. Ohio Stadium (United States) – 104,944, American Football ohio stadium

Ohio Stadium, also known as The Horseshoe or “The Shoe” or “The House that Harley built”, is an American football stadium in Columbus, Ohio, United States, on the campus of The Ohio State University. Its primary purpose is the home venue of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team and the Ohio State University Marching Band. From 1996–98, Ohio Stadium was the home venue for Major League Soccer team Columbus Crew prior to the opening of Columbus Crew Stadium in 1999. The stadium also was the home venue for the OSU track and field teams from 1923–2001. In addition to athletics, Ohio Stadium is also a concert venue, with U2, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and Metallica among the many acts to have played there, and also serves as the site for the university’s Spring Commencement ceremonies each May. Permanent field lights were added in 2014.

  1. Beaver Stadium (United States) – 106,572, American Football beaver stadium

Beaver Stadium is an outdoor college football stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania, United States, on the campus of The Pennsylvania State University. It is home to the Penn State Nittany Lions of the Big Ten Conference since 1960, though some parts of the stadium date back to 1909. The stadium is named after James A. Beaver, a former governor of Pennsylvania (1887–91) and president of the university’s board of trustees.

Beaver Stadium has an official seating capacity of 106,572, making it currently the second largest stadium in the Western Hemisphere and the third largest in the world.

  1. Michigan Stadium (United States) – 107,601, American Football michigan stadium

Michigan Stadium, nicknamed “The Big House“,is the football stadium for the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is the largest stadium in the United States, the second largest stadium in the world and the 34th largest sports venue. Its official capacity is 107,601, but it has hosted crowds in excess of 115,000.Michigan Stadium was built in 1927 at a cost of $950,000 (equivalent to $12.9 million in 2016) and had an original capacity of 72,000. Prior to the stadium’s construction, the Wolverines played football at Ferry Field. Every home game since November 8, 1975 has drawn a crowd in excess of 100,000, an active streak of more than 200 contests.

  1. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium (North Korea) – 150,000, Football rungrado stadium

The Rungrado 1st of May Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea, completed on May 1, 1989. It is currently the largest stadium in the world, with a capacity of 150,000, and occupies 20.7 hectares (51 acres). It is currently used for football matches, a few athletics events, but most often for Arirang Festival performances (also known as the Mass Games). The stadium can seat 150,000, which is the largest stadium by capacity in the world and the world’s 12th largest sporting venue. After a 2-year renovation project, the stadium reopened its doors in 2015.

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