Club: Manchester United | Opening: 1910 | Capacity: 75,811 seats | Description: Old Trafford opened 19 February 1910 with a match between Manchester United and Liverpool (3-4). The [...]
Club: Arsenal FC | Opening: 2006 | Capacity: 60,361 seats | Description: The Emirates Stadium replaced Arsenal’s previous home Highbury, which had become too small and lacked the [...]
Club: Chelsea FC | Opening: 1877 | Capacity: 41,837 seats | Description: Stamford Bridge officially opened on the 28th of April 1877, but for the next 28 years mainly served as an athletics venue.
Club: Liverpool FC | Opening: 1884 | Capacity: 45,522 seats | Description: Anfield was built in 1884, but got initially rented by Everton FC. The first game at the ground, on the [...]
Club: Hertha BSC | Opening: 1936 | Capacity: 74,064 seats | Description: The Olympiastadion was built between 1934 and 1936 to serve as the centrepiece of the 1936 Olympic Games. [...]
Clubs: Bayern München & 1860 München | Opening: 2005 | Capacity: 71,000 | Description: The Allianz Arena replaced Munich’s old Olympiastadion. First plans for a new stadium were made in 1997, and even [...]
Club: FC Schalke 04 | Opening: 2001 | Capacity: 61,673 (16,000 standing) | Description: The VELTINS-Arena, before 2005 known as the Arena aufSchalke, replaced Schalke’s old Parkstadion. [...]
Club: Borussia Dortmund | Opening: 1974 | Capacity: 80,720 (25,000 standing) | Description: Signal Iduna Park, before 2005 called Westfalenstadion, was built to serve as a playing venue for the [...]
Club: Atlético de Madrid | Opening: 1966 | Capacity: 54,960 seats | Description: Estadio Vicente Calderón was built in the 1960s as the replacement for Atlético’s then-home Stadium Metropolitano. [...]
Club: FC Barcelona | Opening: 1957 | Capacity: 99,354 seats | Description: Camp Nou was built between 1954 and 1957, and officially opened on the 24th of September 1957 with a match between [...]
Club: Valencia CF | Opening: 1923 | Capacity: 55,000 seats | Description: Estadio de Mestalla opened on the 20th of May 1923 with a friendly between Valencia and Levante. [...]
Club: Real Madrid CF | Opening: 1947 | Capacity: 85,454 seats | Description: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu officially opened with a match against Portuguese champions OS Belenenses (3-1).
Clubs: AC Milan and FC Inter | Opening: 1926 | Capacity: 80,018 seats | Description: San Siro officially opened on the 19th of September 1926 with a friendly between Milan and Inter (3-6). The [...]
Club: Juventus FC | Opening: 2011 | Capacity: 41,000 seats | Description: Juventus Stadium replaced Juventus’ old Stadio Delle Alpi, which had been the home of the club since 1990. [...]
Clubs: AS Roma and SS Lazio | Opening: 1953 | Capacity: 72,698 seats | Description: Stadio Olimpico was built to serve as the centrepiece of the Foro Italia sports complex, a project [...]
Club: SSC Napoli | Opening: 1959 | Capacity: 60,240 seats | Description: Stadio San Paolo was built to provide Napoli with a permanent home after their old home Stadio Partenopeo had been destroyed in the [...]
Club: AIK | Opening: 2012 | Capacity: 50,000 seats | Description: The Friends Arena is Sweden’s recently opened new national stadium. It replaced the old Råsunda Fotbollstadion. [...]
Club: Paris Saint-Germain FC | Opening: 1972 | Capacity: 48,527 seats | Description: Parc de Princes was built to provide the city of Paris with a modern venue for important football and [...]
Club: Celtic FC | Opening: 1892 | Capacity: 60,500 seats | Description: Celtic Park has been the home of Celtic since 1892, when the club moved away from a nearby ground that was also called [...]
Club: AFC Ajax | Opening: 1996 | Capacity: 53,052 seats | Description: The Amsterdam ArenA was built between 1993 and 1996. It replaced Ajax’s previous home [...]
Recently added stadiums
Club: Guangzhou Evergrande | Opening: 1987 | Capacity: 60,000 seats | Description: Tianhe Stadium got built by the the city of Guangzhou and province of Guangdong to serve as the principal venue of the 6th National Games.
Club: Clube Atlético Paranaense | Opening: 1999 | Capacity: 41,456 seats | Description: The Arena da Baixada, also referred to as Arena CAP, got built in the late 1990s in the place of Atlético’s old Estádio Joaquim Américo Guimarães.
Clubs: CSKA Moscow and Dynamo Moscow | Opening: 2008 | Capacity: 18,636 seats | Description: The Arena Khimki was built to provide FC Khimki with a new home in place of their old stadium that stood at the same site.
Club: UD Almería | Opening: 2004 | Capacity: 15,000 seats | Description: Estadio de los Juegos Mediterráneos was built to serve as the principal venue for the 2005 Mediterranean Games.