The 30 hottest stadiums in world football

The 30 hottest stadiums in world football
The Bombonera, Boca Juniors house (The Journal)

Magazine France Football chose the 30 hottest stadiums in world football. These are the ones selected in ascending order.

  • Millerntor – Sankt Pauli
  • Princes Park – Paris Saint Germain
  • Radés Stadium – Esperance from Tunisia
  • 5 July 1962 – Mouloudia d´Algeria
  • Stadium of La Luz – Benfica
  • Mariscal Joseph Pisudski – Legia Warsaw
  • Pedro Didegain – San Lorenzo de Almagro
  • Olimpico in Rome – AS Roma and Lazio
  • St. Jame´s Park- Newcastle United
  • Champion of the Century – Peñarol
  • Mohamed V – Casablanca slit
  • Toumba Stadium – PAOK Salonica
  • Mestalla – Valencia CF
  • Sukru Saracoglu – Fenerbahce
  • Cairo International – Al Ahly from Egypt
  • Geoffroy Guichard – Saint Etienne
  • Orange Velodrome – Olympic Marsella
  • St. Paul – Naples
  • The tub – Feyernoord
  • Turk Telekom- Galatasaray
  • Maracana – Flamengo and Fluminense
  • San Mames – Athletic Club de Bilbao
  • Karaiskakis – Olympiakos
  • Vodafone Park – Besiktas
  • Monumental – River Plate
  • Celtic Park – Celtic de Glasgow
  • Rajko Mitic – Red Star Belgrade
  • Signal Iduna Park – Borussia Dortmund
Estadio Borussia Dortmund
The Amarillo Yellow Wall’ del Borussia Dortmund, one of the most intimidating stands in world football (Brand)
  • Anfield – Liverpool FC
The Kop
‘The Kop’ Anfield's most famous fund (Liverpool FC)
  • The Bombonera
the best stadiums
La Bombonera Stadium (The Journal)

In this way, for publication France Football, The Bombonera, followed by Anfield and from the field of Borussia Dortmund would be the hottest or most vibrant stadiums on the international football scene. Are you agree? Do you miss someone else who deserves to be on this list or should he appear in a better position? You can leave your comments and opinions at the end of the article.

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  1. Myths seem to need to be fed every now and then. This of the stadiums “hot” will give theme for these (endless) pandemic days, surely. So I take advantage and ask a question about it. Since Diego and Brindisi won a League until Maestro Tabárez, Mársico and Bati did it again…the Bombonera did not vibrate? Weren't the visitors afraid? Did rivals have amnesia for eleven long years?

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