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Zenit Arena – a spaceship landed in Saint Petersburg


Saint Petersburg - Zenit ArenaSaint Petersburg - Zenit Arena18.06.2017: Zenit Arena, resembling a giant spaceship on the ground, will be one of the playing venues of the 2018 World Cup – the stadium, with a capacity of 69,000 seats, has been built for this particular purpose. The Petersburg Arena is now the second largest stadium in Russia, Luzhniki being the largest one. The stadium and organizers will have an opportunity to rehearse before the World Cup as Russia will be hosting the 2017 Confederations Cup. Before that, FC Zenit Saint Petersburg will have moved to their new home ground.

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History of Philips Stadion, the one and only home of PSV Eindhoven


Eindhoven - Philips StadionEindhoven - Philips Stadion08.06.2017: The second most successful team in the history of Dutch football, PSV Eindhoven, have been playing their matches at Philips Stadion, formerly known as Philips Sportpark, since the club was founded in 1913. At first, there was merely a pitch, and in 1915 a wooden stand was added, which could hold 550 spectators. Seventeen years later, the stadium capacity was increased to 900. The Phillips Sportpark, as it was then called, became a real stadium in 1941 when it was turned into an athletics stadium with a capacity of 18,000.

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Things you did not know about the Sydney football stadium


Sydney - Allianz StadionSydney - Allianz Stadion29.05.2017: The formerly largest football stadium in Sydney and all of Australia had its moment of fame in 2000, at the Summer Olympics. It was built in 1988 and currently has a capacity of 45,500 spectators. It provides venue mainly for rugby matches. The stadium, named Allianz Stadium since 2012, is well-known for having provided a playing venue of the Olympics as well as thanks to its wave-shaped roof.

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Mordovia Arena – another Russian gem to be found in Saransk


Saransk - Mordovia ArenaSaransk - Mordovia Arena21.05.2017: Mordovia Arena is the new home ground of Mordovia Saransk and also another playing venue of the Russian World Cup. It is yet another example of a stadium, which will have a reduced capacity after the World Cup. In this particular case, the capacity for World Cup matches will be nearly 45,000 seats and subsequently, it will be decreased by 15,000. Nevertheless, the new stadium will still be a nice change for Mordovia fans. The current home ground – the Star Stadium – has a capacity of 10,000 spectators, as well as the unpopular athletics track.

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Atlético Madrid is to move to a new stadium in 2017


Madrid - Wanda MetropolitanoMadrid - Wanda Metropolitano11.05.2017: Wanda Metropolitano, originally planned to provide venue for the Olympics, will become the new home ground of Atlético Madrid in 2017. A new, giant arena, which will have a capacity of 68,000 seats, is now being built at the site of the original athletics stadium. Only the frame of the main stand of the original stadium will remain at the new one. The original Estadio La Peineta, built in 1994, was supposed to be the main venue for the 2016 summer Olympics, or the 2020 summer Olympics.

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The oldest stadium in the world – Bramall Lane


Sheffield - Bramall LaneSheffield - Bramall Lane03.05.2017: Although Bramall Lane is the oldest stadium in the world, it still hosts professional matches. It is the home ground of Sheffield United, and was opened on 30th April 1855! However, in the first seven years following its construction it served only as a cricket ground. The first football match was played at Bramall Lane on 29th December 1862 – Sheffield F.C. tied 0-0 with Hallam F.C. In the following years, local clubs from Sheffield played their matches regularly at the stadium.

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