Top 25 football stadiums in world but Tottenham’s £1bn ground down in 21

first_imgATMOSPHERE, capacity and the quality of the toilets are all taken into consideration when fans argue about the best stadiums in the world.And a recent poll to determine which ground holds that honour has revealed some surprising results.28 Boca Juniors’ La Bombonera home in Buenos Aires is one of the most iconic stadiums in the worldCredit: Getty28 Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana stadium is also one of the most well knownCredit: GettyTottenham recently splashed out a staggering £1BILLION on their new North London home which currently ranks just 21st despite being the most expensive stadium ever built.And surprisingly – as of noon on May 6 – a stadium in Egypt sits in the No 1 spot.Here SunSport reveals the latest results of the live poll conducted by Spanish outlet Marca where fans can still vote for their favourite and move it up the rankings.1 CAIRO INTERNATIONAL STADIUMHome team: Al AhlyCapacity: 75,000Location: Cairo, Egypt28 Cairo International StadiumCredit: Getty – Contributor2 SANTIAGO BERNABEUHome team: Real MadridCapacity: 81,044Location: Madrid, Spain28 Santiago Bernabeu stadiumCredit: Getty – Contributor3 NOU CAMPHome team: BarcelonaCapacity: 99,354Location: Barcelona, Spain28 Nou CampCredit: Getty4 MOUNUMENTAL DE CHILEHome team: Colo ColoCapacity: 47,347Location: Santiago, Chile28 Monumental de ChileCredit: Getty5 SAN MAMESHome team: Athletic BilbaoCapacity: 53,289Location: Bilbao, Spain28 San Mames stadiumCredit: Getty – Contributor6 WANDA METROPOLITANOHome team: Atletico MadridCapacity: 68,456Location: Madrid, Spain28 Wanda MetropolitanoCredit: Getty – Contributor7 ANFIELDHome team: LiverpoolCapacity: 54,074Location: Liverpool, England28 AnfieldCredit: Getty8 LA BOMBONERAHome team: Boca JuniorsCapacity: 49,000Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina28 Boca Juniors’ La BomoneraCredit: Getty9 SIGNAL IDUNA PARKHome team: Borussia DortmundCapacity: 81,360Location: Dortmund, Germany28 WestfalenstadionCredit: Getty – Contributor10 MOHAMED VHome team: Raja and Wydad CasablancaCapacity: 52,000Location: Casablanca, Morocco28 Mohamed V Stadium – CasablancaCredit: Africa Cup of Nations2811 STADE OLYMPIQUE DE RADESHome team: Tunisian national teamCapacity: 60,000Location: Rades, Tunisia28 Stade Olympique de RadesCredit: Getty12 WEMBLEYHome team: England national teamCapacity: 90,000Location: London, England28 Wembley StadiumCredit: Alamy13 OLD TRAFFORDHome team: Manchester UnitedCapacity: 76,000Location: Manchester, England28 Old TraffordCredit: PA:Press Association14 MARACANAHome team: Brazil national team, Flamengo, FluminenseCapacity: 78,838Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil28 Maracana stadiumCredit: Getty15 SAN SIROHome team: AC Milan, Inter MilanCapacity: 80,018Location: Milan, Italy28 San SiroCredit: Getty16 ALLIANZ ARENAHome team: Bayern MunichCapacity: 75,024Location: Munich, Germany28 Allianz ArenaCredit: Getty – Contributor17 STADE VELODROMEHome team: MarseilleCapacity: 67,394Location: Marseille, France28 Stade VelodromeCredit: Getty – Contributor18 ESTADIO DA LUZHome team: BenficaCapacity: 65,647Location: Lisbon, Portugal28 Estadio da Luz, LisbonCredit: Getty19 JOHAN CRUYFF ARENAHome team: AjaxCapacity: 54,990Location: Amsterdam, Holland28 Johan Cruyff arenaCredit: Getty – Contributor20 MOUNUMENTALHome team: River PlateCapacity: 70,074Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina28 Monumental, Buenos AiresCredit: AFP21 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR STADIUMHome team: Tottenham HotspurCapacity: 62,303Location: London, England28 Tottenham Hotspur StadiumCredit: Getty22 ESTADIO AZTECAHome team: Mexico national team, Club America and Cruz AzulCapacity: 87,523Location: Mexico City, Mexico28 Estadio AztecaCredit: Getty23 SOCCER CITY STADIUMHome team: South Africa national team, Kaizer ChiefsCapacity: 94,736Location: Johannesburg, South Africa28 Soccer City StadiumCredit: Getty – Contributor24 CELTIC PARKHome team: CelticCapacity: 60,411Location: Glasgow, Scotland28 Celtic ParkCredit: PA:Press AssociationMOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’PicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raid25 AZADI STADIUMHome team: Iran national teamCapacity: 78,116Location: Tehran, Iran28 Azadi StadiumCredit: GettySimon Jordan says the Premier League are ‘trying to come back for one reason – money’last_img

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