Wembley, London

Wembley Stadium is the second-largest soccer stadium in Europe, home to the English national team and visible from far away because of its 133 meters high arc. It can host up to 90000 spectators and was opened in 2007 on the grounds of the former stadium (with its iconic twin towers) built in 1923. For soccer fans this is holy ground – not only because of the final of the world championship held here in 1966.

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Olympiastadion Berlin

Olympiastadion, Berlin

The olympic stadium of Berlin, Germany is a multi-sports arena in the west of the city, belonging to the area of Charlottenburg-Willmersdorf. It is home to the soccer club Hertha BSC Berlin, hosts the annual final of the DFB soccer cup and was the place of the final of the Soccer World Championship in 2006. Nearly 75.000 spectators can watch matches here at the same time.

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Westfalenstadion, Dortmund

The Westfalenstadion (nowadays called “Signal Iduna Park”) is a soccer stadium in Dortmund, Germany and home to the Ballsportverein Borussia (BVB). It has been built in 1974 and has space for 80.000 supporters. Special feature is the “yellow wall” on the south side, huge stands for the frenetic supporters of BVB, forming an impressive background.

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Niedersachsenstadion, Hannover

The Niedersachsenstadion (Stadium of Lower Saxony, also called HDI-Arena or AWD-Arena after current or previous sponsors) is the home stadium of the soccer club Hannover 96 and sometimes also used for other events like concerts. It has been built in 1954 and has 49.000 seats. It was part of the 1974 FIFA World Cup, 1988 European Championship and the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

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