There is nothing like an atmosphere in a sports stadium. The atmosphere, the game itself and the overall experience with family and friends. Whether you love football, rugby, tennis or basketball, there is nothing like going to a sports game. In this post we look at some of the oldest sports stadiums around the world.
Above is the old Parkstadion (1973-1998). Many games were played at this arena until its closure in 1998.
A picture of the new and old Yankee baseball stadiums lit up together for the very last time.
A picture of the old Hampden Park many years before it’s renovation for the modern day. The national football stadium in Glasgow used to have a capacity of 130,000 compared to today’s of 52,000.
Here is one of the most iconic stadiums in world football, the one, the only, Camp Nou which is the home of Barcelona C.F. One of the biggest stadiums by today’s standard, it can host well over 100,000 people.
In the last of today’s post, is the majestic Maracana football stadium in Brazil (1973). Brazil is the cultural hub for football and this stadium is probably the most famous of them all.
If you’re in New York, Glasgow, Barcelona or Brazil, take time out to witness these stadiums if their still standing or the grounds where they once were as their a sight to behold.