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Maracana Stadium

Soccer stadium located in Rio de Janeiro. Opened on June 16, 1950. Remodeled between 2010 and 2013 for the World Cup. Flamengo, Fluminense and the Brazilian soccer team act as locals.

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Maracana Stadium

Soccer stadium located in Rio de Janeiro. Opened on June 16, 1950. Remodeled between 2010 and 2013 for the World Cup. Flamengo, Fluminense and the Brazilian soccer team act as locals.

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Princes Park

Football and rugby stadium located in Paris, France. Its opening dates from July 1897, although it has undergone extensions in the 30s and 70s and remodeling in 1998 and 2016. It is the field of Paris Saint-Germain.

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Princes Park

Football and rugby stadium located in Paris, France. Its opening dates from July 1897, although it has undergone extensions in the 30s and 70s and remodeling in 1998 and 2016. It is the field of Paris Saint-Germain.

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Alberto J. Armando Stadium

Popularly known as 'La Bombonera', it is a stadium in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Open since May 25, 1940. Remodeled in 1996, 2008, 2012, 2017 and the last one in 2020. Boca Juniors play their home games in this field.

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Alberto J. Armando Stadium

Popularly known as 'La Bombonera', it is a stadium in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Open since May 25, 1940. Remodeled in 1996, 2008, 2012, 2017 and the last one in 2020. Boca Juniors play their home games in this field.

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Alberto J. Armando Stadium

Popularly known as 'La Bombonera', it is a stadium in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Open since May 25, 1940. Remodeled in 1996, 2008, 2012, 2017 and the last one in 2020. Boca Juniors play their home games in this field.

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Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Real Madrid soccer field since December 14, 1947. It was called “New Chamartín Stadium” but the name was changed in honor of the illustrious president. With extensions and changes in the 50s, 80s, 2000 and 2010. Currently under construction.

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New Santiago Bernabéu

This will be the new home of Real Madrid. Currently under construction since 2019, it is expected that in December 2022 it will be fully completed. It is a remodeling of the Santiago Bernabéu with a lawn and retractable roof and greater capacity among other things.

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Vicente Calderón Stadium

Atlético de Madrid field from October 1966 to May 2017. Located on the banks of the Manzanares River and with a capacity of 54,907 seats. Demolished between February 2019 and July 2020.

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Wanda Metropolitano Stadium

The new Atlético de Madrid field was inaugurated on September 16, 2017 in a match that ended with a local victory over Málaga 1-0. Located in the Rosas neighborhood (Canillejas district) in Madrid. Remodeled on the old Madrid stadium known as 'La Peineta'.

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Wembley stadium

The first stadium, originally called the 'Imperial Stadium', was built as a multi-venue for English National Team matches and World Cup or England Cup matches. It hosted the 1948 Olympics and four UEFA Champions Cup finals. Demolished in 2002.

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Wembley stadium

The new field was built on the same land as the old one. Its opening was in 2007 and it is the annual stadium for the FA Cup, Community Shield and English League Cup finals. Official stadium of the England football team.

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Giuseppe Meazza Stadium

Soccer field of the AC Milan and Inter Milan teams. It has 94 years of history, built in 1926, but remodeled in 1939, 1955, 1990 and 2008.

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New Giuseppe Meazza Stadium

Milan and Inter presented the project for the new stadium in the city. With a cost of 1,000 million euros. It has not yet been decided whether a new field will be built or whether any part of the facades will be used.

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San Mamés Stadium

The Spanish football cathedral was inaugurated in August 1913. With three renovations in 1925, 1953 and 1982, after almost 100 years of football, it closed permanently in 2013 and was demolished in the same period. In the same area, the New San Mamés Stadium was built with greater capacity, 53,331 seats compared to 29,750, and a modern and avant-garde roof. Opened in September 2013 and completed in August 2014.

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New San Mamés

The Spanish football cathedral was inaugurated in August 1913. With three renovations in 1925, 1953 and 1982, after almost 100 years of football, it closed permanently in 2013 and was demolished in the same period. In the same area, the New San Mamés Stadium was built with greater capacity, 53,331 seats compared to 29,750, and a modern and avant-garde roof. Opened in September 2013 and completed in August 2014.

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Maine Road

Old home of Manchester City. Built in 1923, it was the home of the British team until 2002. A design that changed in the 1930s and 1950s. One of the largest fields next to Wembley. In 2004 it was demolished.

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Etihad Stadium

Manchester City Stadium has been the home of the City since 2002. Since it changed the old Maine Road. It was originally designed for the unsuccessful bid for the 2000 Olympic Games and after a lease contract the citizen group was able to take it over to serve as a local.

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Camp Nou

FC Barcelona sports venue since it left Les Corts in September 1957. The stadium with the largest capacity in Europe and third in the world. In 1994 it underwent its first and only remodeling and although there is a model to change part of the enclosure, the works have not started. WERT MARCH

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Camp Nou

Benches of the Blaugrana stadium in 1970.

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Camp Nou

One of the infographics presented in 2013 for the new FC Barcelona stadium. The works are scheduled for 2024.

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Munich Olympic Stadium

Bayern Munich's last home before moving to the Allianz Arena. The stadium hosted the 1972 Olympics, 1974 World Cup and 1988 Eurocup. Shared with TSV Munich 1860.

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Allianz Arena

Bayern Munich's avant-garde pitch was founded in May 2005. With a capacity of 75,000 spectators, it has organized a Champions League final and a World Cup. In May 2025 it will host the final of the Champions League.

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Aztec stadium

Soccer stadium located in Mexico City. Its opening dates from May 29, 1966 and has undergone up to seven renovations. The last one in 2020. America and the Mexican soccer team play as locals at these facilities. It has hosted the World Cup, Libertadores and Gold Cup finals.

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Aztec stadium

Soccer stadium located in Mexico City. Its opening dates from May 29, 1966 and has undergone up to seven renovations. The last one in 2020. America and the Mexican soccer team play as locals at these facilities. It has hosted the World Cup, Libertadores and Gold Cup finals.

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