4. Michigan Stadium:
This stadium was built in 1927 and has since then constantly been a home to major international and national sports events. It belongs to the University of Michigan and is home to the football team for the university. It is known by many different nicknames most famous of all is the Big House. Post the last renovation here that was done in around 2008 the capacity stood at around a hundred and seven and a half thousand people.
3. Estadio Azteca:
The Estadio Azteca is the only stadium in the world that has been home to more than one World Cup Football final. It has hosted the finals of the world event in 1970 and 1986. It is the home of the Mexican national football squad and also supports major clubs in the city. Historically there have been some amazing football matches at this stadium; its total seating exceeds 114000 people.
2. Salt Lake Stadium:
The second largest stadium in the world outside of the race event stadia, this stadium in Kolkata has a capacity in excess of 120000. It is home to many major track and field events other than football events. Its three level constructions have also received a lot of worldwide acclaim as a unique design among stadiums. It was flagged off in 1984 and has added a lot of new features to make it a world class sporting facility.
1. Rungrado May Stadium:
Also known as the May Day stadium, it is the largest stadium in the world with a capacity in excess of 150000 people. The stadium in Pyongyang in North Korea was completed in 1989 and regularly hosts many different sports events including youth events. It’s size and scale need to be seen to be properly grasped as the largest non racing football stadium in the world.