The Largest Sports Stadium In The World Is In North Korea

May Day Stadium

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Some of the largest stadiums in the world house American college football teams. But they are not the only teams to push the capacity of their arenas past 90,000 spectators.So we took a look at the largest stadiums in the world, excluded horse and car race tracks and stuck to stadiums that are home to sports teams.

Jornalista Mario Filho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Capacity: 90,000

Wembley Stadium, London, England - Capacity: 90,000

Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India - Capacity: 90,000

Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas, USA - Capacity: 92,100

Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA - Capacity: 92,542

Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California, USA - Capacity: 92,542

Sanford Stadium, Athens, Georgia, USA - Capacity: 92,746

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California, USA - Capacity: 93,607

FNB Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa - Capacity: 94,700

Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - Capacity: 98,700

Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran - Capacity: 100,000

Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas, USA - Capacity: 100,119

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia - Capacity: 100,018

Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA - Capacity: 101,821

Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio, USA - Capacity: 102,329

Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - Capacity: 102,455

Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico - Capacity: 104,000

Beaver Stadium, State College, Pennsylvania, USA - Capacity: 106,572

Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - Capacity: 109,901

Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata, India - Capacity: 120,000

May Day Stadium, Pyongyang, North Korea - Capacity: 150,000

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