Have you ever wondered what it’s like to watch a football match in a stadium where the players in the stands look like little dots? Well, this thought may become a reality in the future after an American artist recently unveiled the design of the world’s largest stadium. The image, which is currently circulating on social media, has taken the internet by storm.
American artist Paul Pfeiffer has unveiled the design of the world’s largest football stadium.
The image of the world’s largest football stadium is a prototype created by American artist Paul Pfeiffer, who demonstrated the colossal size needed to accommodate one million people in the stadium. Although the image was first reported by the Spanish publication brand back in 2020, he depicts how huge a stadium with a capacity of one million people could look, if you imagine its size. Take a look at Paul Pfeiffer’s giant stadium model.
An experimental prototype of a stadium for 1 million fans.😮
Certainly impossible in reality, but an interesting concept.
Away section of St. James Park on steroids.😂
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Football stadiums around the world ranked by size and capacity
Pervomaisky Stadium Rungrado
The multi-purpose stadium in North Korea is the largest stadium in the world with a capacity of 114,000 spectators.
The football stadium is the home arena of one of the largest football clubs in the world – FC Barcelona. Although the stadium has a capacity of almost 100,000 people, an expansion of the stadium in the near future will increase its capacity to 10,500 people, making it the second largest football stadium in the world.
The stadium in South Africa was the venue for the 2010 FIFA World Cup match between the Netherlands and Spain. The capacity of the FNB stadium is 94,736. The stadium is the home ground for the South African national football team and also hosts home games of the national football team Kaizer Chiefs.
The famous football stadium is the home arena of the England football team and also hosts the matches of the national cup. The stadium has a capacity of 90,000 spectators and has hosted major sporting events such as the Euro 2020 final and the UEFA Champions League final.
The football stadium is the home arena of the Mexico national football team. The football stadium has a capacity of 87,525 people and has witnessed many iconic football moments. One iconic moment is Diego Maradona’s “Hand of God” goal against England in the 1986 World Cup.
Bukit Jalil National Stadium
The football stadium is the home arena of the Malaysian national football team. The football stadium can hold up to 87,000 spectators at a time and has previously hosted the Commonwealth Games and the Southeast Asian Games.
Borg El Arab Stadium
The football stadium is the home arena of the Egyptian national football team. The stadium can hold up to 86,000 spectators and will be remembered as the stadium from which Egypt qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1990.